Nappa packs up his things in preparation for his transfer. Pancamo doesn't understand how this happened, and Nappa says that someone must have monkeyed with the tests. Nappa tells Pancamo that the unit is isolated, so they won't have contact, and until he gets back, Pancamo is in charge. As Nappa leaves, he goes to kiss Pancamo on the cheek, but Pancamo pulls away. Nappa walks out of Em City, right past Adebisi and his striped sock. Nappa enters his new cell to find that his roommate is in drag. He says, "Fuck!" as the door to his cell is slammed shut behind him. I love how one person's fortunes can completely change on this show in the space of about six minutes of airtime.
Flashback to Keller getting stabbed in the storage room. McManus visits Keller in the infirmary, telling Keller that he gets to go back to Em City by the end of the day. Keller is glad to hear that. McManus says that Keller made a miraculous recovery, considering that he had two stab wounds in the back, and wonders if Keller has any idea who did it. Keller says they attacked from behind and it was dark, so he doesn't know. McManus whispers that they know it was Schillinger, or someone taking orders from Schillinger, but they have no proof. McManus also thinks that Keller is talking all this calmly. Keller asks McManus about his brush with death in the riot, and talks about how that changes your perspective. Keller says he had every right to snitch on Schillinger, and Schillinger has every right to try to get revenge. Speaking of the devil (literally), in walks Schillinger, delivering mail. McManus says they know that he's behind Keller's injuries. Schillinger says that while it fits metaphorically, since Keller backstabbed him, he didn't do it. Schillinger wishes that he did, but if he had done it, Keller would be dead. Schillinger walks off while Keller chews his gum real hard.
Keller goes to see Sister Pete to talk about Beecher. Sister Pete says that she knows Beecher was in love with Keller, and Keller broke his arm and legs. Keller says, "Well, Jesus Christ, when you put it that way, it makes me sound so cold." Keller says that he is sorry about what happened, and wants to make it up to Beecher by joining Sister Pete's new victim interaction program. Sister Pete says that Beecher has to agree. Keller points out that Beecher respects Sister Pete and will follow her recommendation. Sister Peter asks Keller if he really cares about Beecher. Keller says, "You got no reason to believe me, but yeah." Sister Pete says that she'll see what she can do.