Meanwhile, back in the The Land of Redundant Narration, Hill stares into the camera and conveys for our convenience: Blah-di-blah blee blee blee death blah.
Hill is bidding his wife goodbye as Mobay enters the visitors' room to talk to his "girlfriend." They kiss madly and whisper a bit, his "girlfriend" telling Mobay that the "Lieutenant" wants to know when "he'll see some arrests." Mobay tells her that the investigation has slowed to a crawl since his two drug connections inside Oz were killed. "Girlfriend" whispers for him to "take it slow, partner," to remind us once again that she is in fact his partner, and not his girlfriend. Thank you, thank you, thank you all for that helpful reminder of the mechanics of "going undercover." We get it. He tells her he doesn't want to stay in Oz a minute longer than he has to, which, of course, is shorthand for "I'm dead inside of three more episodes."
Hill is in his pod at night talking to Mobay about how he feels like he's losing his wife. Mobay says that will never happen to him and his own girlfriend. Hill, who had been in the visitors' room, tells Mobay that his "girlfriend" looks familiar for some reason. Cut to Mobay on the phone in Glynn's office, fakey accent dropped and telling his "girlfriend" that she was spotted and not to come visit "for a while." More Mobay fun times as we cut to behind a flight of slotted, metal steps to find Mobay exchanging drugs (probably for more interesting character development, which I think is contraband in this particular subplot) for something with Poet. Mobay says he "used to work the line in Jamaica." Cut to Mobay and Adebisi going toe to toe on Mobay's potential smuggling acumen, and Mobay provides the name "Nestor Parks" as a reference. He's serving fifteen years. Adebisi sends him packing and tells Poet to contact Nestor Parks. Feh.