In the Season Six premiere, Alvarez and Schillinger are let out of solitary and placed back in general population. Meanwhile, a mourning Rebadow's spirits get a lift when he is transferred ... See full summary »

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In the Season Six premiere, Alvarez and Schillinger are let out of solitary and placed back in general population. Meanwhile, a mourning Rebadow's spirits get a lift when he is transferred to the library and meets the new librarian, Stella Coffo. Written by Anonymous

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Augustus Hill: [as narrator] Let me tell you, dying is a lot harder on the living then it is on the dead. Death really only hurts those left behind.
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Augustus is back... for just a minute
21 December 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A nice introduction of Augustus Hill about death in general is presented in the beginning of the episode. But that's it as another inmate takes his narrator place for the remaining of the episode. Dante, hell and heaven are mentioned but the true meaning cannot have the same impact on the viewer as it would have had, had it been spoken by Hill.

An important event takes place by the end of the episode that concerns the sake and future of Tobias. The viewer is not told anything for now but can assume it will not end pleasantly for the former lawyer. Ryan realizes his cell-mate was a good friend but only when it's too late. An interesting talk goes on between him, doctor Nathan and sister Peter Marie. In the end Ryan gets what he wants.


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