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Good Intentions 

Hill's recovery leads to renewed friction between Redding and Morales, Alvarez gets his wish as the 'Man's Best Friend' program is finished and Meehan presents some revolutionary ideas to help Cyril.

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Miguel Alvarez
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Warden Leo Glynn
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Sister Peter Marie Reimondo
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Tobias Beecher
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Kareem Said
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Suzanne Fitzgerald (as Betty Lynn Buckley)
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Burr Redding
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Adam Guenzel
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Father Daniel Meehan
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Chris Keller
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Hill's recovery leads to renewed friction between Redding and Morales, Alvarez gets his wish as the 'Man's Best Friend' program is finished and Meehan presents some revolutionary ideas to help Cyril.

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Tim McManus: [to Tobias] This is a prison, not an employment agency.
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Oz and the Science
20 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

Firstly, Augustus is back. Even though his OZ character is still in intensive care, recovering after the overdose, the Augustus as narrator delivers another set of memorable quotes and analogies. We have to think twice before making a decision, which is not an easy thing to do; not at all. In real life on the outside or on the inside, it does not matter. What we do now affects us later. And there's nothing we can do about it; there is always a trace, a piece of evidence that's left behind.

Secondly, Rebadow has another interesting "meeting" with God that puts ideas into his head. Obviously, the fictional lottery win was not enough. There always has to be an even higher purpose; money or the lack of money is not enough. And there always is an explanation. He was cheated by the guard only to find the true salvation of his grandson, that's got more to do with faith and not with money, it seems. However, the introduction of the mixed-black inmate that was said to be a viable bone marrow donor was pointless since it did not prove anything and did not bring anything new to the plot.

Lastly, the relationship between Tobias and Vern is reduced to silence. No one will talk about it. Everyone wants to avoid the consequences. As always, Vern acts to eliminate the factor that's threatening him. And Tobias will end up looking for redemption and a way to forgive himself for what he's done.


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