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Father Ray Mukada (Character)
from "Oz" (1997)

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"Oz: A Game of Checkers (#1.8)" (1997)
[during the riot, the C.O.s are taken hostage]
Officer Eddie Hunt: This is all your fucking fault, McManus.
Officer Diane Whittlesey: Shut up, Eddie.
Officer Eddie Hunt: No, Goddammit. If I'm gonna die, at least I want the bastard that got me whacked to know it.
Father Ray Mukada: How can you blame Tim?
Officer Eddie Hunt: How? 'Cause all this Emerald City bullshit. 'Cause Tim thought he could help these cocksuckers. I've seen you in action, man. I've seen you fumble the fucking ball every single play. I just hope if we do die, I get to watch you go first.

"Oz: Capital P (#1.4)" (1997)
Father Ray Mukada: Richard L'Italien confessed to thirty-nine murders, all young women. He suffocated them all.
Sister Peter Marie Reimondo: If the governor had his way, he would execute L'Italien thirty-nine times.

"Oz: Next Stop, Valhalla (#5.4)" (2002)
Timmy Kirk: I want to become a Roman Catholic again.
Father Ray Mukada: No.
Timmy Kirk: What? You can't refuse me!
Father Ray Mukada: I sure as hell can.

"Oz: The Tip (#2.1)" (1998)
Alvah Case: [questioning Mukada about the riot] Anything else you remember?
Father Ray Mukada: My nose itched, but because our hands were tied behind us, I couldn't scratch. Through it all, through the tear gas and the gunfire and the fear and the adrenaline and the overdrive, all I could think of was, "Christ, would someone please scratch my nose?"

"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: Visits, Conjugal and Otherwise (#1.2)" (1997)
Father Ray Mukada: According to this file you're about to be a father. You've got a girlfriend, Maritza, she's an inmate at Parker Women's.
Miguel Alvarez: Yeah, we got arrested together. Ain't that sweet?.

"Oz: Escape from Oz (#2.8)" (1998)
Frances Hansell: [before confronting Sippel, his molester] I haven't seen him since that day. Ten years is a long time to carry this shit inside. Sorry to say "shit" in front of a priest.
Father Ray Mukada: Sometimes "shit" is the only word that fits.

"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...
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.

"Oz: Ancient Tribes (#2.2)" (1998)
Ryan O'Reily: I go back into Em City, those fucks find out, you know as well as I do any weakness, any weakness at all, and I'm dead.
Father Ray Mukada: Look, if you do have... If you're sick and you don't do anything about it, you're dead anyway. Don't you see that? If this shit spreads through your body, then everybody's gonna know the truth. And by then it'll be too late to save your life.