Alvarez tells Pete that, when he was little, he wondered what was so great about prison that his father and grandfather wanted to be there all the time. Aw. My big puppy dog. Pete asks what the word "grandfather" means to him emotionally. Alvarez says that it means nothing to him, which can only mean that by the end of the episode he'll be collapsed in a sobbing fit, repeating the word "grandfather" to himself over and over again. If there's a given on this show, it's that people always end up eating their words. Or possibly that if you're alone in the shower, Adebisi will find you. Pete asks if he would like "grandfather" to mean something to him, and he says yes. Pete tells him that Gloria isn't sure how long Ricardo has to live, and suggests that he work with his father in the prison hospital taking care of Ricardo. Alvarez says that when he was a kid, he thought of Ricardo as a legend, but now he sees that he's just a man, and that he doesn't want to end up like him. So, is that a "no," then?
Groves brings food over to Rebadow and says he's sorry he didn't make it out. You and me both, Cannibal Boy. Rebadow says it was worth it for the adrenaline rush, and that he felt twenty-five again. Well, no offense, but you didn't look anywhere near twenty-five when your saggy ass went careening down those stairs, Bob. Elsewhere, Miguel and Eduardo bathe Ricardo as Hill wonders if we care for the old out of genuine concern, or if it's just more of a societal contract. "Or does it matter?" Good question, that. Hey, Hill didn't make me tell him to shut up! Then he starts ranting on about the expression "at least you've got your health." I spoke too soon. Shut up, Hill.
Pete meets with Groves. He tells her his tooth has been hurting. I can already see the comic potential here, and I'm giggling. Pete tells him to see a dentist, but he reveals that he hates the concept of dentists. Who doesn't? I mean, I know that there are a number of families that are kept in sports cars and ski houses by the immeasurable suffering of others, namely the dentists' families, but I'm not counting them, of course. Pete, however, convinces him to make an appointment.