Back in a cell, Whistler's handing over a piece of paper to Michael, asking him to give it to Sofia should Whistler not make it out alive. Whistler then asks if he can do the same for Michael, and Michael tells him to tie an anchor bend knot. Whistler does and holds it up, spitting. "Does that pass your test? I told you I was a fisherman." Or perhaps you led a Boy Scout troop through their knots badge. Mahone comes in then to ask where the escape is, and Michael says, "I found a cell that will get us into a no-man's land. It's a longer run than the old one, but it's going to have to do." Of course, the bad news is that the cell belongs to Lechero's gang. There's more talk about how they're going to be running for the fence, and Michael tells them they'll go unnoticed because everyone will be at the lunchtime soccer game. As some inmates hustle by talking excitedly, Whistler asks, "You sure it hasn't started already?"
The guys head out to the courtyard to see what all the fuss is about. The answer: Tyge, whose dead body is being carried out by some anonymous cons. Oooh, Lechero is not happy about this. The only kind of killing allowed in his prison is the kind that comes with a chicken-foot accessory. He shouts, "Anyone who affronts our justice system in this way must be punished! I know the coward won't come forward, but if anyone has information about this shameful act, I demand to know." Michael is staring down at the body, so he misses Whistler's skeptical one-eyebrow shrug. Mahone does too. Well, that cinches it for me: I think Whistler did it. There's always the outside chance it was Mahone, but I think his reaction more or less shows that Tyge's death took him by surprise. In any event, Sammy decides to scapegoat Splenda.
We cut to the nonplussed Splenda being grilled in Lechero's suite. Lechero says, "Every day I see you wearing your American clothes, playing your American games. I don't think I've heard you speak Spanish since you've been here." "I like to practice my English?" Splenda essays tentatively. Lechero's down with that, adding that "America's a great nation...with justice for all." Correct me if I'm wrong, but these guys are in America too -- they're in Central America, and it seems like they'd be talking about the United States rather than "America." Anyway, the point is not the geographic chauvinism in this scene but rather, that Lechero is interrogating Splenda in the name of justice for dead Tyge. Splenda, who is scared spitless, stammers, "I saw one person go into the stairwell, and then maybe a minute later, I heard an argument." Lechero asks pointedly who Splenda saw, and Splenda gulps. We cut the scene before finding out if he actually points the finger at anyone.