Back in his cell, Cyril whines and whines and whines for the return of Jericho. It's after lights out, and the other inmates are trying to sleep while he cries. Finally, Lopresti comes over and demands that he stop "sobbing like a chick over a stupid puppet." Man, he's a real sweetie, that Len Lopresti. When Cyril still refuses to shut up (I guess he's been meeting with Patti as well as Sister Pete), Lopresti has the other guard give Cyril a long blast of cold water from the fire hose. Ouch. That looked painful.
When the water finally stops, we cut from a soaked Cyril straight to Governor Itsy-Bitsy Spider, who is surprisingly not crawling up the waterspout. Instead, he's meeting with Warden Leo, Ex-Wife Ellie, and The Unnamed Lackey in Leo's office. Um, doesn't this guy have a state to run? Fundraisers to go to? Events that don't actually occur at the jail, maybe? It's no wonder he gets bossed around by piddling little mayors -- he never actually does anything. This time, Governor Micromanager wants to give Cyril electroshock therapy so that he'll appear sane enough to be executed. Because he's quite clearly the worst warden in the history of the American judicial system, Leo reluctantly agrees when presented with a signed release from Seamus O'Reily and a pledge that the Shelbyville Office of Mental Health will convince Sister Pete to go along. Ex-Wife Ellie looks especially giddy, but that may just be because she's planning on giving Leo a little electroshock therapy of his very own later on with the batteries from her vibrator.
Wow. I can't believe I just typed that. When did I turn into Uncle Bob?