As Querns implements his new course of action, the dynamics of Em City start to change, causing friction with Officer Murphy. Beecher falls deeper into depression as he wonders about the fate of his children.
Did You Know?
Martin Querns sends the bikers from Emerald City to Unit B, including Jaz Hoyt. Later on, there is a confrontation between Hoyt, Ryan O'Reily and Nikolai Stanislofsky over the cell phone. Hoyt ends up getting sent to the hole and Nikolai gets sent to Protective Custody. Later on, Keller offers Bleacher an orange while inside their pod. Bleecher whips the orange at the door and a second later you can clearly see Hoyt in the background, raising his arms up at Keller and Bleecher. Hoyt could not have been at Emerald City because he was in the hole at the time and is not released from the hole until a later episode. See more
#97R492 James Robson
Beecher hasn't been out of his pod in two solid days. He just lies there in his bunk, sobbing like a wuss.
Vernon 'Vern' Schillinger
Good. That's the brilliant part of this plan. Physically we don't touch Beecher, but the damage done is far more hideous.
References General Hospital