Anyway, the upshot of the court scene: the tape's admitted. We all get to see Michael say that Dr. Sara had nothing to do with Team Escarpara's unscheduled departure. We also get to watch Dr. Sara make the gooney eyes at Michael's tape. Those two, I swear.
We then cut to a voiceover reciting news about the trial as the camera pans over an Army uniform. We see that it's Kellerman's, it's an Army Ranger uniform, and whatever he was doing, he was apparently very, very good at it. We see Kellerman polishing his academy ring. He then lines up the honors he received while in uniform. It looks like he's got a Purple Heart, and a number of other award medals. We then see him begin to clean a gun. Kellerman, noooooooo!
Speaking of people who may or may not be dying this episode, Bellick is not so smart if he's okay with leaving Michael and Sucre alone with each other. Sucre is muttering about how he'd like to kill Bellick, and Michael's reminder that A) Sucre will go back to prison, where B) there is no Michael to break him out... falls on deaf ears. The love child of Sucre and Maricruz better hope the ability to reason logically isn't tied to any inherited genes, or else he's screwed. Sucre fumes, "Once I find the money, I'm going to make him tell me where Maricruz is, and then I'm going to kill him." Michael says tartly, "If you find Maricruz, you're going to marry Maricruz, and then you're going to live happily ever after." Looks like someone's a little bitter over the events of the last episode. However, Michael should look on the bright side: now that he's broken out of prison once, he can use that experience to streamline the escape process when he breaks out Dr. Sara in season three. Also, Michael deserves kudos for not replying to Sucre's bitching and moaning with, "At least your girlfriend isn't on her way to a Negative Zone prison."