So we have a long moment where everyone is silent, and then Mahone reaches into his pocket to retrieve the badge that he found earlier. Once he places it on Bellick's perfectly-preserved chest, Sucre comments that Mrs. Bellick will appreciate the gesture. Linc closes the coffin, and we see that Dr. Sara and Sucre both have walked off to compose themselves. Which, oh which, will Michael rush to comfort first? Answer: neither. The scene ends with Sucre finally calling Bellick's mom.
T-Bag's wrapping up another exhausting day of white-collar fraud when White comes in and complements "Cole" on his sales-fu at the meeting, adding how admirable it is that T-Bag volunteered with a bunch of criminals. "We're all the same, really," T-Bag says, with surprising humility and dignity. (Oh, Robert Knepper, some day you will get a role worthy of your talent.) Anyway, White hands over the folder with Trisha's application and takes off. T-Bag scans Trisha's application and immediately calls her presumed prior employer. The number goes straight to Don Self, who answers with "Hello?" and we cut to T-Bag on the other end, his features illuminated by the giant light bulb that just went off over his head. All of you who had bet on Trisha adding to the season four body count can start thinking ahead to how you'd like to spend your winnings.
We then transition to Dr. Sara on the phone. She's not enjoying the conversation. Michael's oblivious, because he's holding a briefing with the remainder of Team Scylla. He explains, "As we all learned the hard way, there's an electric alarm around the perimeter of the foundation. Unfortunately, that is Scylla's most primitive line of defense. The wall itself is fortified with steel fiber. The good news is, on the inside, there are no cameras. The [One World Conspiracy] doesn't want any visual evidence that Scylla exists. The bad news is that there are both weight and microphonic sensors ... that will alert [One World Conspiracy] security to the presence of any living, breathing human being that weighs more than two pounds. Um, as far as I can tell ..." We cut to Dr. Sara briskly wiping tears away, then move back to Michael, who is saying, "The first challenge is getting around that wall, and then we can worry about crossing the floor." "Without touching it?" Sucre asks. Yes. "In silence?" Mahone helpfully clarifies. Yes. Fortunately for Team Scylla, there's quite a body count associated with all the members from the prior three seasons, so perhaps the next move will be to conduct a séance, channel the spirits of, say, Aldo Burrows and Paul Kellerman, then have them hit the One World Conspiracy with a little poltergeist action. The conspiracy stooges don't seem like the type to keep mediums on tap.