Brass wants to know who cut his tendon; Redding and Morales form another uneasy alliance; Rev. Cloutier's mysterious influence over his followers grows more intriguing; and Keller returns ... See full summary »

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Brass wants to know who cut his tendon; Redding and Morales form another uneasy alliance; Rev. Cloutier's mysterious influence over his followers grows more intriguing; and Keller returns to Oz, only to be hit with an ID from an old murder charge. Written by Anonymous

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[Peter Schibetta walks into the repair room, and sees Vernon Schillinger, James Robson, and another Aryan]
Peter Schibetta: Hey! You got the toaster done?
Aryan: Hold your Calvins, Bocce boy! I'm in the middle of something!
Peter Schibetta: Yeah well, I got lunch coming so these jokers can wait.
Vernon Schillinger: We don't wait for wops.
Peter Schibetta: Someone's gonna teach you manners Vernon.
Vernon Schillinger: Yeah? Well, it ain't gonna be you prag.
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What Sigmund Freud and Oz have in common
4 October 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

What Sigmund Freud was talking about in theory, the prisoners of Oz are actually putting into practice. They don't think about, they do it. They change alliances, they make peace, they target inmates, they take out inmates, they do whatever, it's Oz after all. You don't just make threats, you execute them. You don't like someone, you waste him.

August's monologue is as good as ever. People analyze their lives. They started dreaming a long time ago and when they wake up they realize that they didn't accomplish much of their childhood dreams. Then there's daydreams. In Oz, these are the most dangerous. If you look away for a moment, you risk your own life.

Said is struggling with his own demons while trying to save White. He's not getting any help from McManus, he's nervous and lately, the opposite of what he used to be - calm. But he's also got his moments.


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