In the Whack Shack, Michael and Haywire are recreating the scene from Titanic where Leo DiCaprio sketches Kate Winslet. Only without the Celine Dion soundtrack. And the sex. Presumably. Haywire is a bit thrown by the fact that a large chunk of the tattoo -- not to mention Michael's shoulder blade -- has gone missing. "That's why I need you to fix it. That's why I need you to remember what was there before," Michael says with growing urgency. Haywire responds with some mumbo-jumbo about how you can't break a path because it doesn't lead anywhere. Michael suggests to him that he do a little less freaking out and a lot more remembering. At this particular point, Haywire is not up to the challenge.
Appearing in the hallway is Sucre's cousin, a character that has been the subject of a fierce debate in the Sobell household. The wife has dubbed this character Captain Calories. Me, I favor calling him False Hurley. And since I'm the one typing this particular recap, False Hurley he shall be. "I need you to give Sucre a message," Michael informs False Hurley. "Tell him I'm okay, and that I'm trying to fill in the blanks. He'll know what that means." "You're trying to fill in the blanks?" False Hurley repeats, as if Michael has just asked him to pour a gallon of yogurt down his pants. Michael suggests that False Hurley deliver the message as stated. Between him and Haywire, it's so hard to find good help in prison these days.
Of course, seeing a shirtless Michael clues False Hurley in to the burned-guard-uniform-sized hole on Michael's back. To drive home the point, we are treated to a flashback of false Hurley eyeballing the burnt uniform, followed by another shot of Michael's burnt back. Then a banner proclaiming, "The burn on his back matches the burn on the guard uniform that you lent Sucre!" is unfurled. Or maybe it isn't. The point is that False Hurley has put two and two together.