Oz: Season 4, Episode 10

Conversions (14 Jan. 2001)

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New inmate Burr Reading arrives, ready to take charge of the African-American drug scene. Dr. Nathan returns to Em City, and finds the biggest adjustment is dealing with her feelings for ... See full summary »

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New inmate Burr Reading arrives, ready to take charge of the African-American drug scene. Dr. Nathan returns to Em City, and finds the biggest adjustment is dealing with her feelings for O'Reily. Tidd tries to strike up a deal with Schillinger. Written by Anonymous

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Burr Redding: They say since Adebisi died, you been running the Homeboys.
Arnold 'Poet' Jackson: That's right man, That's right
Burr Redding: They also say you been doin' a shit job!
Arnold 'Poet' Jackson: Look, old man, let me tell you something
[Redding interrupts]
Burr Redding: You think old man bothers me? Boy, I done dealt with a whole lot of men that much meaner than you, that said worse and never made it to old. My age is my honor and my strength!
Arnold 'Poet' Jackson: Shit, you just think you can come in here and take over.
Burr Redding: Some men are born leaders, others are not. A wise man knows his own ...
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