Hank is outraged when Peggy agrees to meet an inmate on Death Row who claims to be one of her former pupils. He's no happier when Peggy discovers the inmate is an impostor, who's just using her as an unknowing "mule" to smuggle cocaine past the guards. Meanwhile, Dale offers to spray the prison for a pittance in order to get on the waiting list to become an executioner. Written by
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Bobby's essay that Peggy covers up with Wesley's drawing reads: "Some people might try to tell you that pollution is good. I think they are wrong. From all the research I have done it seems to me that pollution is bad. Very bad. Pollution makes the sky a funny brown color and that is bad. The only way to stop all this pollution is if we will just stop spilling oil and throwing our garbage around. My dad says that if we all used propane there would be a lot less pollution because propane is a clean burning efficient fuel. I am so sure that pollution is bad that when I get this paper back I will never throw it out." See more
During the scene in the warden's office where Peggy is accused of smuggling cocaine, the timer is sitting empty on the warden's desk. But after Peggy denies the accusation, the timer is shown full. See more
Hank, I'm a substitute teacher. I float in an out of students' lives, and I never know if I've made a difference. With this one, I did make an impact.
Uh... he's in prison, Peggy.