Last week on 60 Days In, the girls finally got Jasmine rolled out of F300 and the pod should be all peace, love and understanding this week. Right? At least until Sheriff Lamb arrives to talk to dumbass David who has blown his cover and put everyone at risk. Will Sheriff Mark Lamb decide to start pulling people early? Who else’s cover is blown? He is on the way to make that decision at the start of this episode.
David Meets With Sheriff Lamb
It is crazy to me that the guards just start calling the inmates whatever stupid jail name they anoint themselves with. In the first scene, a guard comes in to get “Prince” aka “Dumbass.” It is time for his reckoning. He was woken up. And yet, he still takes a moment to flex and pose in the one way mirror. His arrogance runs as deep as the stupid. It’s a really bad combination.
At first he tries to deny snitching everyone out. Then he said he just told one guy. Because, he had a thing with him. Then he lies about telling the guard he’s a cop. Sheriff Lamb is pissed. David’s cover is blown and now everyone is in danger. He looks like he wants to punch him but he’s being very calm on the outside. The Sheriff is most worried about Mark. He tells David that he has to leave today. David starts talking about “where he comes from.” Then we get an announcement on the screen that says Sheriff Lamb has no idea that David has also outed Abner. Um, don’t you think someone should have already told him that?
David’s Final Interview With Production
David dresses out in civilian clothes. But first, he apparently gave a final interview. He doesn’t think people should judge him for what he did. He was in the struggle. ROFLMAO. What he as in was a big ole ego trip. Now he wants to make racist analogies about production or us or whoever “putting the lash on his back.” Bitch, please. You were not in any struggle and it is highly disrespectful of those who are to even try that.
You were strutting around like a peacock. David let down the men he came in with and left them in danger! How does he not see that? Mark and Abner? They are in the struggle. You are in your own delusions. Oh now he did what God wanted him to do and now his job is done here. God wanted him to blow everyone’s cover so he could brag to a guard. This seems like a psychological issue to me. Now they have to put his dumb ass in sequester until the program ends.
Mark Becomes Fearful
Mark says that with David gone, the pod enforcer isn’t around to keep the peace. Also, David stirred up a race war by letting Dillon, a mixed kid who looks white, hang with the Kinfolk. Now the WOODS think of Dillon as a traitor to his race. The pod is tense and a brawl seems inevitable.
Josh calls a meeting of the WOODS and because Mark is in line to take over his position of leader of the WOODS he has to be there. Also, if there is a race war, Mark will be a huge target.
Josh Makes A Decision About Filming
Ratchet, one of the WOODS takes off his socks so that he can fight Dillon. The two start to go at it in the room with no cameras, but the guard put a quick stop to it and remove Dillon from the pod and put everyone on lockdown for the night.
In light of all the suspicion about undercover people in the pod, Josh declares that there will be no more whites doing interviews. So production has Mark pulled for a “visitation” instead. Oh, that is pure genius. No one will suspect anything weird when Mark gets his first ever visitation. Production asks if he wants to stay. He says he is not tapping out. But he is ready to go home. Mark’s cover is blown too now.
F300 Brooke, Jazmyn and Vivian
The girls seem to finally suspect that the guards are on to them and their cover is blown. It’s only a matter of time before the inmates all know. So, now they are worried too. Brooke has sidled up to an inmate named Trisha. She has tattoo equipment in her cell and she is a heroin dealer who claims to have drugs with her. She also has a large screw she carries in the bottom of her shoe.
Brooke and Vivian’s Cover is Blown
Later, the guards swarm the pod to do a shake down. Brooke put in a kite about Trisha having a shank. The guards didn’t find anything. Trisha knows that Brooke is the snitch. She’s coming for her. Trisha takes Jazmyn aside and tells her there are two cops in here, Barbie (Brooke) and California (Vivian ). Her biggest clue was they have all their teeth. Both Brooke and Vivian’s cover is blown. They need to be extracted. Who knew my missing tooth would give me street cred in jail? You can’t really see it, but if I find myself doing time, I’ll be sure to try to bring it up in conversation with some sort of story.
Jazmyn’s Cover Is Blown
Speaking of jail cred, how am I just noticing that Jazmyn has a ton of tattoos on the left side of her neck and one on the right? Those tattoos that cover her neck, don’t cover her ass though. Trisha eventually calls her out for being undercover too. She has picked up on all three of them. It seems Jazmyn has all of her teeth too. So her cover is blown. Or it might be that Jazmyn went running to Brooke and Vivian right after Trisha talked to her. And went straight to Brooke right after she said they are all three on 60 Days In. Brooke wants to swing on Trisha at this point. Jazmyn says, “Don’t Swing First!”
Abner Is In Danger
Abner gets a message from B-Shaw via prison mail that says “Hey Abner, your boy David said whatsup!” He’s really not sure what that means or how bad the situation may be. Then, B-Shaw is transferred back to H100. This dude is passed around the prison like athlete’s foot. Abner finds out that David confirmed that he knows him. This is not good. Abner is beyond pissed.
After B-Shaw returns, Abner becomes a suspect. Conversations start to pop up everywhere. He is called for an interview every time. He stays in with the cameras three times longer than everyone else. Abner is award his cover may be blown.
Later, Abner sees one of the inmates communicating with “sign language” and he knows there is a hit on him. After that, the pod goes on lockdown. Maybe Sheriff Lamb was finally brought up to date? Nope. It’s just bedtime. The show ends with Abner giving the distress signal to the camera.
Next week, it is the season finale. David meets with law enforcement again and is still the same cocky fool with no remorse. Brooke and Jazmyn want to swing on Trisha. Abner and Mark both seem to be made and in serious danger.