We return to the standoff. Veronica is shaking like a leaf as she asks Leticia to take it easy. Long story short, Leticia thinks Veronica is working with "them" -- you know, the people who have bugged her phone and are following her around. Veronica tries to convince Leticia that she's not. Leticia puts the gun down and resumes packing -- probably assuming that even without the gun, she could snap skinny little Veronica like a twig if she had to. Veronica tells her that she walked into the apartment because she was scared someone had gotten to Leticia, and Leticia asks her, "Why do you care so much about my well-being all of a sudden." Veronica wins honesty points by responding, "I don't." She just wants Leticia's testimony because it might save Linc. She gets Leticia to agree to come to her office to prepare and sign an affidavit, and then Veronica will drive her to the airport herself.
Back on the inside, Sucre is hungrily eyeing the circuit breaker box where Michael hid the cell phone. But he walks away from it. In the yard, Linc is taking his daily constitutional. He sees Sucre speaking to some of his friends (in Spanish, natch) -- Sucre mimes making a call on a cell phone as he regales his pals with some of that famous prison wit.
And now Linc is being led back to his cell in shackles. His guard makes him get down on his knees to undo the shackles. Bellick is conveniently standing nearby, and Linc tells him he wants extra time outside for the next couple of weeks. Bellick thinks it's a joke until Linc offers to trade information about an inmate with a cell phone. They haggle over the terms of the deal, with Bellick eventually agreeing to give Linc an extra half-hour outside for one week, and a single cigarette. And then Linc gives Bellick Sucre's name.