Once Torquie gets settled, he pays Alvarez a little visit in the empty computer lab. After a brief exchange of pleasantries, Alonzo -- who's added one of Carrie Bradshaw's giant flower brooches to his ensemble -- offers Miguel a free sample of his latest designer drug, which consists of a tiny green tablet called "Destiny." Miguel declines, which prompts Torquemada to say, "I like you. You're smart. You can be my Numero Dos." "What? Of the drag queens?" snarks Alvarez. Heh. Torquemada explains that "Destiny" is the greatest drug ever, and that he plans on using it to one day rule all of Em City. Then he's going to put the prisoners on the rack and force them to confess to heresy. Just kidding. He's actually just going to have sex with all of them. What? It's the power of The Eye, people. Miguel refuses every overture, and Torquemada finally gives up and departs. But not before he stops to sniff Miguel a few times. Yeah, that's right. He sniffs him. And it was the sexiest damn sniff I've ever seen.
Hill. Junk bonds, junk food, junk mail. Blah blah blah.
A flashback of Billy Clyde Tuggle's blood-soaked body reminds even the newest of viewers that Leo is the worst warden ever. That impression doesn't get changed much by the interrogation he's running, as he questions Yood about who might have committed the murder. Yood isn't talking, saying that he's "smart enough to know that what happened here is a small thing that's tied to the tail of a dragon." Hmmm. Looks like someone's been playing the re-released "Dragon's Lair" in the writer's room a little too much. Ahh, "Dragon's Lair." I spent many a quarter on that game, and all you ever did was move the joystick about once every ten minutes. Good times, huh?