Said leans against his pod window, moping. Arif suggests that he stop moping, which is akin to recommending that someone stop eating.
In solitary, someone sings "Amazing Grace" (heh -- due to a typo, my computer just tried to change that to "Asthmatic Grace") at full volume, while Omar goes insane, also at full volume. Let's just say he looks like Juliette Lewis in that Melissa Etheridge video, and that's not a good thing.
Hill talks some more about impotence. While the theme of this episode is actually working for me, with interesting connections between penile and other sorts of powerlessness, Hill's monologues are too cutesy and gesticulated. And please stop swinging the fucking camera. You might hit someone with that thing.
Busmalis, as is his wont, does some stupid hand routine. Crap. It's Rebadow. My entire body stiffens. Objective: get through this segment as fast as possible. Strategy: pray for Rebadow's sudden demise. Little Alex is on his deathbed. Busmalis tells Rebadow to ask for permission to visit. After Rebadow suggests gag-inclusive bondage, McManus gives permission. Rebadow leaves, looking sweet, old, and harmless in orange and black (go Tigers!), telling Murphy ["who looks eloquently and utterly bored -- shout out?" -- Sars] on the way out that his death sentence was commuted to life due to a power outage at the moment of electrocution, and wishing aloud that there were similar laws that would help save his grandson. Oh, eat me. Rebadow speaks of God in reverent tones as he steps out into the bright white light. Perhaps the fog will create hazardous driving conditions that will cause no, I can't let myself hope.
Miss Sally does the fat-burning Slut Locomotive as Busmalis drools. Schillinger hands him a perfume-stinky letter. It's from Norma. Busmalis asks inmate Fiona, played with gender-bending realness by Rosie O'Donnell, to read the letter, as her dulcet tones will conjure a feeling of Norma's presence. Seems Norma's coming to visit to explain why she stood him up at the altar. On the fifteenth. Today's the fifteenth. Busmalis jumps through a few mental hoops and figures out that, oh my God, Norma's coming to visit today. Norma visits. Norma stands up. Norma's excessively pregnant. Busmalis is a virgin. Do the math along with Busmalis. Norma gets dissed as Busmalis turns and silently walks out of the room.