Sister Peter Marie Reimondo
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Sister Peter Marie Reimondo (Character)
from "Oz" (1997)

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"Oz: Cruel and Unusual Punishments (#3.6)" (1999)
Sister Pete: So you went along with Beecher not in the name of the Aryan Brotherhood, but to see if he would love you no matter what.
Chris Keller: At first I wanted unconditional surrender, then I wanted unconditional love. But Beecher don't love me.
Sister Pete: And that's killing you inside.
Chris Keller: Yeah.

Chris Keller: Hey, I'm gonna see you today, right?
Sister Pete: Three o'clock, visiting one of your ex-wives.
Chris Keller: Yeah.
Sister Pete: Which one? Kitty or Angelique?
Chris Keller: Bonnie, wife number 2 and number 4, she's the best.
Sister Pete: Hmmm.
Chris Keller: There she is, there she is.
Sister Pete: Aha, a redhead.
Chris Keller: No, the other one.
Sister Pete: Chris she's...
Chris Keller: Huge.
Sister Pete: Well, did she gain some weight after the divorce?
Chris Keller: No, she was that way when I married her. Both times. Bye.
[He goes into the visitation room and starts making out with Bonnie]


"Oz: The Truth and Nothing But... (#3.1)" (1999)
Tim McManus: [McManus discovers that a CO Karl Metzger is a member of the Aryan Brotherhood] So before Metzger came to town, he lived in Montana where he was part of the White Supremacy Warriors.
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: You sure of this, Tim?
Tim McManus: I got a friend who works in the FBI who verified it.
Warden Leo Glynn: Even so, you can't fire a man for what he did 15 years ago. I need proof that he's in cahoots with Vern Schillinger, that he's responsible for what happened to Busmalis, Beecher, and the others.
Tim McManus: Nobody will testify against Metzger.
Warden Leo Glynn: Well, the union's not gonna let us do anything without evidence. He's also very popular with the other CO's. I don't need any more morale problems.
Tim McManus: So we let him stay on board till maybe he kills somebody?
Warden Leo Glynn: I'm afraid, we have no choice.
Tim McManus: Even though he only thinks of you as a Nigger?
Warden Leo Glynn: What did you say?
Tim McManus: A Nigger.
Warden Leo Glynn: If you're trying to piss me off, you're succeeding. I don't want Metzger in this building one minute longer than you do. But if I'm going to take him down, I'm gonna need ammunition.

Sister Pete: Do you like sex with men?
Chris Keller: I like sex. Don't you?


"Oz: Wheel of Fortune (#5.5)" (2002)
Sister Pete: I want to find the three men who raped Peter Schibetta.
Warden Glynn: Why?
Sister Pete: Why, Leo? Why?
Warden Glynn: Look, we're doing everything we can to keep the number of reported rapes down.
Sister Pete: Reported? Listen to you, your own daughter was raped.
Warden Glynn: Well... this is different. This is Oz.
Sister Pete: Rape is rape, Leo.
Warden Glynn: I don't agree. Here, rape has a leveling effect. Peter Schibetta, from the day he arrived, wanted to be a tough guy, wanted to follow in his father's footsteps, running things, hurting people. Well, he got stopped by Adebisi, and now he got stopped again.
Sister Pete: What's going on? Do you have something personal against Schibetta?
Warden Glynn: No, no, simply survival of the fittest, as natural and basic as Darwin.
Sister Pete: You and I have disagreed about a lot of things over the years, but this is...
Warden Glynn: Peter Marie...
Sister Pete: "... a leveling effect."? You want rape to do your job?


"Oz: Variety (#5.6)" (2002)
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: Rape is rape, Leo.
Warden Leo Glynn: I don't agree. Here, rape has a... a leveling effect.


"Oz: U.S. Male (#3.5)" (1999)
[Keller is in Sister Pete's office having a session with her]
Sister Pete: You and Schillinger were together at Lardner when you were how old?
Chris Keller: 17.
Sister Pete: He saved your life.
Chris Keller: Mmmm-mmmm.
Sister Pete: Did you have sex together?
Chris Keller: Yeah.
Sister Pete: Did he force himself on you?
Chris Keller: Vern likes the power part of sex, so I let him think he did.
Sister Pete: Do you enjoy sex with men?
Chris Keller: I enjoy sex, don't you?


"Oz: Visitation (#5.1)" (2002)
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: I had a thought in the shower this morning - about you
Tobias Beecher: You think about me when you're naked in the shower?


"Oz: Next Stop, Valhalla (#5.4)" (2002)
Chris Keller: Show me your tits.
Sister Pete: Don't do that.
Chris Keller: Sorry.


"Oz: Famous Last Words (#4.16)" (2001)
[Schillinger blows up because Beecher is coming up for parole]
Sister Pete: [to CO] This session's over!
Officer Tom Robinson: Let's go, Schillinjur.
Vernon Schillinger: [shouts] Schillinger! God DAMN IT! Schillinger! I've been here NINE FUCKING YEARS! You'd think you'd know how to say my goddamn name!


"Oz: Dead Man Talking (#6.1)" (2003)
Father Ray Mukada: We work with criminals. We try to understand the reasons why they broke the law so we can help them. We examine the psychological elements, the sociological, we consider their family backgrounds, environment, addictions, blah, blah, blah. Usually there's an answer, if not a cure. But sometimes we come face to face with a larger, more stunning reality. We come face to face with pure evil, and we are powerless. I believe that Kirk has no hope for salvation. He is pure evil.
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: I don't disagree that there's evil in the world. I do disagree that we're powerless against it. Ray, you and I have dedicated our lives to overcoming evil through love. God's love.


"Oz: Animal Farm (#2.7)" (1998)
Sister Pete: Simon, after the riot, you went into severe heroin withdrawal. I thought you kicked the habit?
Simon Adebisi: I did.
Sister Pete: Oh, come on. These reports say you're still using. Now, I want you to come to drug counseling.
Simon Adebisi: Rehab is bullshit. No offense.
Sister Pete: Fine. Then I'll have you tested for drug use every week and if you keep using, I'll send you to the Psych Ward. Have you ever been to the Psych Ward here, Simon? Peter Schibetta's there, along with twenty other guys who've lost all sense of reality.
Simon Adebisi: Reality? Oz?


"Oz: A Town Without Pity (#4.7)" (2000)
[Beecher confronts Schillinger after Hank got away with killing Beecher's son]
Tobias 'Toby' Beecher: I'm going to kill you, motherfucker!
Vernon 'Vern' Schillinger: [after the COs pull them apart] Well, I guess you heard the good news about Hank.
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: Take him back to Em City!
Tobias 'Toby' Beecher: [while being hauled away] COCKSUCKER! You fucking cocksucker! You wait! YOU FUCKING WAIT!
Vernon 'Vern' Schillinger: [after Beecher is gone] Whew. Got quite a temper on him, doesn't he?


"Oz: The Routine (#1.1)" (1997)
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: Oh, Tim, you wanna be careful.
Tim McManus: About what?
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: Of playing God once too often. If you're not careful, the real one's gonna get very pissed off.


"Oz: Obituaries (#4.2)" (2000)
Father Ray Mukada: [At the funeral of an African American CO Joseph Howard] Eternal rest grant unto him, Oh Lord, and let perpetual light shine down upon him. And now, Tim McManus would like to say a few words. Tim.
Tim McManus: Joe loved to bet on the horses, and so, in honor of him, I would like to...
[singing]
Tim McManus: Camp town races sing this song, doo-dah, doo-dah, Camp town racetrack's five miles long Oh, the doo-dah day.
[Blacks in Audience including Glynn begin to look at McManus with disgust]
Tim McManus: Gonna run all night, Gonna run all day. Bet my money on a bobtail nag, Somebody bet on the bay.
Warden Leo Glynn: [a scene later in the Warden's office] Come in.
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: Leo, we want to talk about Tim.
Warden Leo Glynn: I have had all the discussion about Tim McManus I'm gonna have.
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: He's clearly in distress.
Warden Leo Glynn: Yes.
Dr. Gloria Nathan: He needs help.
Warden Leo Glynn: That's what I told him.
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: So, you've seen him?
Warden Leo Glynn: He just left.
Dr. Gloria Nathan: We've been looking everywhere.
Warden Leo Glynn: He just left.
Dr. Gloria Nathan: Well, where'd he go?
Warden Leo Glynn: I have no idea.
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: Alright, we'll try him at home tonight.
Dr. Gloria Nathan: If not, we'll just see him here tomorrow.
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: Right.
Warden Leo Glynn: I don't think so.
Dr. Gloria Nathan: Why not?
Warden Leo Glynn: I just fired him. Good night.