Adebisi meets with El Cid and Guerra in the computer room. Adebisi suggests that they get rid of Kenny and Pierce so that they can control the drug trade, because the Italians will work with anyone who can get the job done. El Cid and Guerra are surprised that Adebisi wants to get rid of "his people." Adebisi says they aren't his people, because he's African. El Cid agrees to the plan. Remember a minute ago when I said that Adebisi had a pick? It's actually a plastic fork, and he's using it to comb his hair. Murphy comes in and orders the three out of the room, since they're not using the computer. Adebisi insists that he is using it, and Murphy suggests that he turn it on, then.
Adebisi taps a key on the keyboard and Hill shows up, still in Pharaoh gear. Hill says, "You reap what you sow." Hill allows that it's true in the Pharaoh's case, but asks about the poor farmer who was visited by all the same plagues, all because of a Pharaoh he didn't even get to vote for. Hill then lists all the innocent victims in today's society, and wonders if there is a law about needless suffering. Throughout, Adebisi looks at the monitor with a confused expression on his face, much like many of the readers of this recap, I'm sure.
Schillinger hands out mail in Em City. He spots Beecher and Chip playing cards in the corner, and Beecher sees him seeing them. Got that? Kenny walks up and only gets one card in the mail, so he asks Schillinger to check again. You can imagine Schillinger's response. Let's just say that if Schillinger ever got released, he would be perfect for a job in the post office on the outside, with those customer service skills. Kenny opens the card, and it's a birthday card from his mother. Pierce and Poet joke with Kenny about the fact that he's eighteen today, and then decide to go do some drugs. Kenny says that he'll catch up with them later.