Back to the depressing stuff. Death row. Giles watches as Leo tells Moses that the court has set the following Thursday for his execution. Moses chooses lethal injection. Said makes with the J. Peterman voice: "I've contacted the organ donor association regarding your willingness to donate your organs they were thrilled." He tells Moses they have agreed to allow Moses to meet with the patients who will receive his goods. First up is Jiffy, the blind man. He enters the visiting room where Moses sits, and greets him by saying he's a hero. Moses, not Jiffy. Jiffy tells Moses he thinks he's the cat's meow, then asks to feel his face so he can remember the face of the guy who restored his sight. Next we see Moses in an orange jumpsuit, getting ready to embark on the field trip to meet the recipient of his heart when he dies, of course. Leo tells him it's time to go. Moses looks at Said: "So long, Said." He leaves and Arif says, "Funny, he said 'so long' like he was never coming back." Said whips his head around and makes a face.
TV time in the common room. As they are all watching Up Your Ante, a special news bulletin breaks the story of Moses, who died while leaping from a moving vehicle. Poor Said. He listens to the newsbreak while looking dramatic and at fault...again. We cut to Giles, in his cell, watching a CO clear out Moses's cell. He cries.
Hill says Orpheus was blamed by the people in his town for failing his family, and they killed him and threw his organs into the river. Actually, that isn't correct. He was killed, but not by the "townsfolk." He wandered the forest and was killed by a band of women, I can't remember what they were called. ["The Ciconian women -- they attacked him because he refused the company of women." -- Sars] In essence, shut up, Hill.