In Glynn's office, Pete begs him to let Giles out of solitary so they can start therapy sessions. Glynn denies the request, as it seems Giles killed a prisoner over some toothpaste only two years ago. That does seem pretty harsh, but on the other hand, if you don't deal with your teeth now, you may face the spoon later, as Robson would be only too happy to tell you. Pete pleads with him, but he ain't having it, and says he has to visit his daughter in the hospital. Yeah, that old excuse. Pete looks like she could use some Calgon right about now. Later, she peeks in on a now-straitjacketed Giles again, who's still calling her name.
Hill asks a question about the first millennium, which he says ended in 999. Sigh.
Said and company pray in the main area when a guy I will descriptively refer to as Rather Large Biker interrupts them. He tells Said to sign for a package. Said is all, "praying, come back later" at first, but when he realizes that his book about the riot has arrived, he signs for the package. For someone who's usually so fastidious about his supplication, he certainly forgot about Allah quickly enough there. I will note, however, that he gives Rather Large Biker an absolutely hysterical "I pity you, you fat, fat man" look as he signs his name. He holds up a copy and tells his clique, "This is proof that the truth cannot be silenced." That's far from the only thing that can't be silenced around here.
Speaking of which, Rebadow goes over to Said in the library, and notes that he's studying a law book. Said informs him that he's been studying law for the past eight months, and opines that the law as written only exists to be circumvented. Rebadow tells him without the law, there is anarchy (well, duh), and asks if Said didn't learn a lesson from the riots. Said: "Oh, I learned. And I have no interest in seeing more men die. No. I intend to use the tools that were used against me. I intend to make the law devour itself." Well, good luck with that!