In the cafeteria, Ryan gives Vahue a special tray of food. I wish it were the Schibetta kind of "special," but Ryan thanks him for winning an old bet for him, so no luck there, I guess. We see someone's leg in the foreground, and we realize that Said is lingering over Vahue like someone on a packed subway car who's somehow managed to sniff out that you're getting off at the next station. I like faking getting up when I still have several stops to go. There's nothing like incurring the wrath of your fellow man. That's why recapping is the best job in the world. Said, who to my chagrin has redonned the smirk he was wearing in the first episode, tells Vahue that his fame means nothing, except in the way that he's a role model for children. So "nothing" in the sense of something, there. Well, Vahue should understand that, given what he said about his basketball skills in the joint. Anyway, Vahue curses, and Said smirks his way off-camera. Vahue goes to the counter and asks, "Who do you have to fuck to get high?" Serendipity, thy name is Adebisi.
Poet. This really brings new meaning to the term "captive audience," don't you think? Thank you! I've got a million of them! No, that's not a threat!
Hill is passing when Vahue calls to him from under the stairs and invites him to a little nose party with Wangler and Adebisi. Hill tells him he's been clean for two years, but under pressure from his idol, he starts sniffing like a pig in a forest filled with truffles. Good role model, there. This leads to a high-color dream sequence, wherein, in the gym, Hill gets out of his wheelchair and starts schooling Vahue one-on-one. Back under the stairs, Adebisi laughs that the drugs were up Wangler's ass, but I went into that in depth (heh) in my last recap, so let's just keep things moving, shall we?