1 PM. In the factory, Beecher asks Rebadow if this is where they make the prison uniforms, but Rebadow informs him that these clothes are for sale. "They're hip, or hop. I'm not sure which." This just in: Rebadow is older than Methuselah. Let's move on. Beecher whines that he's not used to doing this type of work. Hill gives him the sort of glare normally reserved for child pornographers. And McManus. Hill asks what Beecher did on the outside, and upon hearing the answer, he grits, "I hate lawyers almost as much as I hate cops." I love doing these recaps in retrospect. I can say things like, "It's completely obvious that a cop must have had something to do with Hill being in a wheelchair," and get away with it. Whoops. Was that my outside voice? Beecher scratches his head all, "Can I go home yet?"
5 PM. Mineo, that older hack, calls for count. Rebadow explains that this is when they get shoved in their cells for the night, and lights-out is at ten. Beecher whinily asks what he's supposed to do until then. Rebadow: "Try to keep breathing." Boy, Beecher, I'd think some semblance of reality would have sunk in at some point, considering you killed a little girl and all. Nope, we just get another dorky smile. Inside their pod, Beecher finds Adebisi (Woo!) going through his stuff. Beecher complains, but Adebisi grabs him by the head and informs him that he, Adebisi, will be the trustee of any properties previously owned by Beecher. Well, he doesn't say it like that, but believe me, the message came through loud and clear all the same. Adebisi is wearing a big ski hat. How disappointing. A hack barges in and tells them to come out for count. Schillinger (again, woo!) observes this.