A hack enters Giles's cell and checks his restraints, then allows Sister Pete to enter. She greets him, and suggests they chat. All she gets from him is "Peter Peter Marie," "broom," "amor," and "sick," and this is all stuff he said last time, so can we move this on? She repeats the words back to him, and he freaks. Yeah, now you know how I feel. The hack rushes in, but Pete says it's okay, and succeeds in calming Giles down. She tells him they'll take it as slowly as he wants. Need I add that it better occur off-camera? Giles: "Street." Pete: "Street?" Giles: "Street." Pete: "Avenue?" Giles: "Street." Couch Baron: "Suicide." And, scene. It's way too late for that.
Cut to a council meeting. Coushaine asks why they can't start the meetings with a prayer. Sorry, but I think "Heavenly Father, bless me and keep me and prevent any strange dicks from entering my ass" is best uttered in private. Adebisi puts one of his hats on Ryan's head. I told you he missed his loverboy. Coushaine asks Said for support. Said blathers that prayer is meaningless unless it comes from a place of true belief. Alvarez: "Hey, enough of this shit!" There's a reason he's my boy. Schibetta says he's got a problem: "Certain guys stink." He keeps his eyes on Adebisi as he says that bathing should be mandatory. Someone else said Adebisi's name, so I don't think Petey's making this up, although he could just be trying to make his future Adebisi experience as sanitary as possible. Adebisi lazily tells Schibetta to soap him up. They keep at each other until McManus adjourns the meeting. Well, that was productive.
Schibetta's playing solitaire in his pod when Pancamo brings Alvarez in. Schibetta invites him to sit, but Alvarez declines, and it's clear from the beginning that Alvarez isn't exactly long on respect for little Petey. Schibetta offers Alvarez the chance to combine their drug trades, and this is the first I've heard of Alvarez using his job in the hospital to peddle pharmaceuticals, but -- fine. Alvarez wants to know why Schibetta is being so generous. Schibetta says that there's one other teeny thing: He wants Adebisi dead. Boy, he must really smell bad. Alvarez says no. Schibetta says that no one will suspect Alvarez, but Alvarez calls bullshit, and says that what Schibetta really wants is to get the blacks and the Latinos to go to war. "No offense, but drop fucking dead." How far does "no offense" go, anyway? Can you get away with saying, "No offense, but you've got the looks of a crustacean and the intelligence of lint"? Because if so, I may have to try that. Anyway, Alvarez leaves with -- wait for it -- a smirk.