Fish sticks and Cabernet, people. I'm not fooling around. If I'm going to recap this, I'm taking you all down with me.
Fade up on Hill. "In Oz, revenge is a growth industry." And that's enough of that.
Burr, doing his best "trapped in a box," pacing like he just figured out that trying to act his way out is futile. Why pace? If it were me, I'd get right on down and nap. He seems angry, and perhaps a bit claustrophobic. The refugees do their part by gathering to stare like he's some side-show freak. I'm not saying he's not or anything; I'm just saying it's rude. Burr asks what they're looking at. Well, he doesn't ask per se -- he yells out of the side of his mouth, as he tends to do. Kind of like Popeye, except Popeye does have a corn-cob pipe in his mouth so it's understandable. Anyway, he paces until Murphy shows up and tells him the warden wants to see him. Murphy opens the cage, and Burr lurches out and stumbles after him
In Glynn's office, Leo tells Burr he believes he had that poor refugee from last week's episode killed. Burr asks what this belief is based on. McManus breaks in to sniff that the poor, poor refugee came to him and said Burr threatened him. McManus is like that little cackling rat-like thing that was attached to Jabba the Hutt. Doesn't he ever have paperwork to do or something? Burr goes for the logical route, asking why he would kill someone when he was told specifically that he would be held accountable should anything happen to said someone. For instance, staples through the temple. McManus sees his logic and raises him two dead brain cells with "Maybe you assumed I would think you're too smart to kill him." You're real good there, Inspector Clueless-eau. Glynn says that all they have is the word of one dead man. Excellent, Leo -- keep up the good work.
Back in the common room, Poet helps Burr walk through, and they pass Morales and Pancamo. Burr lurches up. "Thanks for arranging my stay in the cage...I won't forget it." As the twosome exits, Pancamo turns to Morales: "So much for plan A." Morales: "That's why we have a plan B, and C and D, all the way through Z if we need to." Pancamo: "We don't have time to go through the alphabet." I do see his point, as he probably forgets most of it and thinks "ellamenno" is a letter. Anyway, Pancamo believes Burr will soon retaliate, and therefore time is of the essence.
Glynn walking through solitary as Supreme All-blah yells from his little window that he needs his shower fixed and that he stinks. Glynn suggests that it's his acting. Okay, no, he didn't. That was me. Glynn keeps walking to Alvarez's cell. When he enters, he asks if Alvarez has been patted down before asking the guard to leave them. Glynn asks what he wants. Alvarez has a proposition for him. He offers, in exchange for release from solitary, to be Glynn's snitch. He acknowledges the bad blood between himself and Glynn, but says he could be valuable, as he can find out and report everything going on in Oz. After Glynn clarifies that he thinks Alvarez is lower than ass, he agrees to Alvarez's proposal. We next see Alvarez returning to Emerald City with his bag of magic beans over his shoulder, his pillow under his arm and a sense of adventure, walking through the gate amidst catcalls and heckling. McManus peeks out from his office window like the neighborhood gossip. Ryan walks by and says, "What, you get busted going into Mexico?" "What're you, stupid, Alvarez?" he continues on and as he passes Morales, they exchange a look. I'm sure he's wondering what the deal is with all the cots since the refugees are still living there, despite the death of one of their own.