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With their enmity at a boiling point, Adebisi poisons Schibetta--but not fatally. Now that his brother has turned himself in for murder, Glynn no longer owes Schibetta any favors.

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With their enmity at a boiling point, Adebisi poisons Schibetta--but not fatally. Now that his brother has turned himself in for murder, Glynn no longer owes Schibetta any favors.

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Goofs

When McManus comes into Toby and Chris' pod, a guard starts to walk into frame on the upper level. In the following shots of McManus, the guard is walking the other way with an inmate and then there's a lone inmate, the guard and the inmate and then the lone inmate ties his shoe twice. See more »

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Vern Schillinger: The alcohol is the key.
Chris Keller: No, *I* am the key, Beecher loves me.
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Family Bizness, O'Reily Business
6 April 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Simply cannot understand why this episode has such a bad rating. Ryan O'Reily going to a very different period of his life. Is it even real? And what does he do about it? Well, he does what he knows best.

The just friendship relationship is born. Bad news, but just friends. Everything seems to fall apart in your life. What do you want? Who do you want? Or you just want out of it, somehow? Sorry, can't have that here.

As usual, the Augustus Hill introduction makes its point. Are we the products of a broken home? Or do we cause the broken home? The answer is in the episode. Some interpretation of it, at least.


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