Next up we get the O'Reilys, who are gathered in Cyril's cell to celebrate the fact that he's still stuck in what may very well be the worst place on Earth. Although I guess they probably don't see it that way. After Betty Buckley helpfully exposits that Cyril's execution was merely stayed, and not overturned, Ryan heads off to the hospital ward to get some of that good old-fashioned Gloria Nathan lovin'. Gloria, however, isn't really in the mood, because she's still conflicted over all the emotions Cyril's almost execution brought to the forefront. After all, Cyril did kill her husband (although the actor in the flashback we see is most definitely NOT Scott Winters), and it made her kind of happy to see him strapped into the chair. On the other hand, she's a doctor who believes in saving life rather than taking it, and the fact that she lurves Ryan like a delirious schoolgirl with a Tiger Beat crush on Justin Timberlake probably factors into the equation as well. Ryan, because he's just that good, uses this confession as an opportunity to make one of his own. Ever since Father Salty Shitpants died, he says, he's been feeling the urge to apply his own prodigious Lord Of The Dance talents to helping other people. As a result, he'd like a transfer to the hospital, where he can save lives, be near Gloria, and maybe even strangle the occasional nasty man, all in the name of doing good. Gloria, because she's just that smitten, readily agrees, and Ryan smiles and suavely leans in to administer the always potent forehead kiss before he departs. Ahh, the joys of the office romance. One day your mentally retarded sibling is murdering her husband, and the next you're forehead-kissing in a maximum security prison. Boy, I can't even tell you how many times that's happened at my job.
Crap-Ass Crime Flashback. Papa O'Reily dropped a car on a guy. Yeah. I don't think I need to say any more than that. Prisoner #03P-138, Seamus O'Reily. Convicted February 3rd, 2003 of Murder in the First Degree. Sentence: Thirty-four years. Up for parole in fifteen. Um, is the "P" supposed to be for "Papa"?
Ryan swings by Cyril's cell, and answers his brother's question about Dad coming to visit by saying, "Well not 'visit,' exactly." Heh. It's all in how Dean Winters says it, but it was still the second biggest laugh of the episode. Ryan next goes to see McManus, and demands that Timbo not "do the right thing" and try to reunite him with his father. Timmy initially had no desire to have Seamus in Em City, but now that he knows Ryan is against it, it's only a matter of time. Ten bucks says they're podmates before the finale is even halfway over.