McManus thinks White may reform if he spends quality time with Said; Alvarez offers Guerra a unique solution to their dispute; O'Reily's mother, Suzanne Fitzgerald, begins a community service term teaching music at Oz.

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McManus thinks White may reform if he spends quality time with Said; Alvarez offers Guerra a unique solution to their dispute; O'Reily's mother, Suzanne Fitzgerald, begins a community service term teaching music at Oz.

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Right at the end of the episode where Timmy Kirk is talking about a memorial service for Jim Burns. In the background we hear Shaun Murphy say "Lights Out", yet Murphy says that only in Em City. See more »

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[to Chucky Pancamo]
Vernon Schillinger: Hey you! You fucking dago. You killed my son.
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The aftermath of the crash, McManus and Augustus discussing law
29 August 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A point which I myself realized before is now emphasized. Yeah, McManus is the jerk of Em City. He did practically sleep with every woman that's ever been in Oswald, for a few days to a few months or more.

It seems like the bus crash from last episode did indeed have some positive effects, at least for Alvarez. We then see flashbacks from Pancamo's past, explaining why he got into Oz. Although it wasn't an original or out of the ordinary scene, it contained an enjoyable view: the black Mustang.

Augustus's speeches throughout the episodes are generally really interesting and sometimes funny or ironic. Going through a few laws in different states that serve the purpose of making the people that adopted them look stupid, he once again creates the impression that Oz is not a that different of a place than the outside world.


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