Alright, kids, let's get this show on the road. I've got to give last rights to an inmate in solitary.
|Chaplain, "I Saw the Shine"|
The chaplain remarries Rosie and Spence. ("I Saw the Shine")
Not feeling comfortable discussing Peri's murder with Spence in front of a certain prison guard, she proposes that they remarry in order to score a conjugal visit where they can be alone. A chaplain is called in, and Rosie gets together a dress and bouquet so that a small ceremony can commence. Upon the chaplain's arrival, he's ready to speed things up due to having to read last rights to an inmate in solitary, but still Spence wishes to have a minute alone. As the chaplain steps aside, Spence wonders if Rosie is really making the right decision by marrying him, a prisoner, but she assures that he is the man who she loves and whether or not he is in prison means nothing to her. Finally the chaplain is called back, and Rosie and Spence are remarried. ("I Saw the Shine")