Michael and Abruzzi walk together in the yard, discussing what kind of deal they can work out. Michael wants a plane from Abruzzi; in return, he'll give him Fibonacci. Abruzzi wants in on the escape, and Michael agrees. So, just to be clear, to help his allegedly innocent brother escape death row, Michael is willing to deliver a key witness to certain death and help a mobster escape? That's a hero I can really get behind. Abruzzi wants to more information about the date and time of the escape, but Michael won't tell him until the event is closer. Abruzzi just wants to ensure that he'll be out before Fibonacci testifies in a month: "If not you're a corpse." But Michael still doesn't trust him with the information.
Linc, in shackles, is led by a guard to the death row visitors area. He begs the guard to take off the shackles, because he doesn't want his son to see him like that. The guard seems resistant. I wonder what will happen?
Linc enters the little visitor's cage shackle-free. LJ is already seated on the other side of the glass. They make a little small talk, and then Linc starts a rambling and disjointed speech, starting by talking about his chat with the chaplain and finishing by saying that LJ and Michael are the only two people he has left in the world. LJ wonders what the hell is father is talking about. Linc tells him, "In the end, all that matters is love." He raises his hand above the glass between them, to the more open metal mesh that makes up the cage. He looks around and tells LJ to give him his hand. LJ is, needless to say, a bit put off by this. I mean, what high school student wants to hold hands with his father? But with tears in his eyes, he eventually raises his hand up and places it against his father's. And then Linc asks LJ to be there at his execution. (Although he phrases it as "the day before I die.") LJ nods his head, and Linc tells him that he loves him. No snark from me -- that was some really nice work from both of these actors.
Back on the outside, Sebastian is waiting for Veronica at some riverside restaurant. She's late, of course. Veronica arrives with a mouth full of apologies, and starts to tell Sebastian about Leticia. But he's not really interested in hearing about the witness who could potentially exonerate her ex-boyfriend. Believe me, Veronica, we've all been there. Sebastian asks her if she wants to get married, or not. She talks about delaying the wedding, but he tells her that if she wants to postpone it, he'd rather cancel it. She doesn't suggest doing otherwise, and he walks away. What a baby.