The gym. Timmy Kirk and Jim Burns enter to find Connelly doing push-ups. They try to recruit him for Reverend Dylan's bible study. Connelly asks who Dylan is. Burns says that "today is [his] conversion day," or they're going to beat him silly. I love how they are men of God now. Connelly attacks Burns; they start to scuffle, but Kirk tells Burns to get off because McManus is coming. Tim asks who started it, and they all say they were "boxing." McManus tells Kirk and Burns to get the fuck out and turns to Connelly: "If you want, I can put you in protective custody." He practically coos and starts picking lint off of his shirt. I think he likes him. Connelly just says, "Sounds very confining, so, no thank you." He leaves. Next scene is Connelly meeting with his lawyer, who tells him the bail hearing did happen, but the Justice Department specifically asked the court to deny him bail. The case may go all the way to the Supreme Court, so he's going to be in Oz a while. I sure didn't see THAT coming! I thought for sure he'd be right out of there. As my pause button wears off, I see that Entertainment Tonight is doing a special on forgotten stars, and Sally Struthers is doing an interview where she says she's had very few dates in the last twenty years. The whole interview is a shout-out to Jessica and myself because, as we were heading to Vegas to meet other MBTV folks, we passed a casino that looked, from a distance, like the lights of Vegas, we had finally arrived! Except we hadn't. It was a tiny oasis of lost souls and sitcom stars, and the shining marquee read, "Sally Struthers starring in Annie Get Your Gun." We laughed and laughed and continued chewing our Red Vines, secretly hoping we wouldn't crack from being in car so long. Anyway, in the interview, Sally is totally talking about a musical she did in Vegas and I think it's funny. It wasn't "technically" in Vegas. It was outside of Vegas. Okay, back to Oz.
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