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Next Stop, Valhalla 

Penders, Hill and Alvarez are given a chance to train seeing-eye dogs; Martinez gives Brass a 'cocktail' he definitely didn't order; the love triangle between Beecher, McClain and Keller becomes more complicated.

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Penders, Hill and Alvarez are given a chance to train seeing-eye dogs; Martinez gives Brass a 'cocktail' he definitely didn't order; the love triangle between Beecher, McClain and Keller becomes more complicated.

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Valhalla, the word used in the title, means "hall of the slain". In the Norse mythology, it represents a place where warriors go after they die. See more »

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[Beecher and Guenzel are playing basketball, Robson touches Guenzel]
#97R492 James Robson: [flirtatiously] Ooh, I love a man who sweats.
Tobias Beecher: Leave him alone.
#97R492 James Robson: Stay out of this, prag!
#97R492 James Robson: [to Guenzel] Now, this can go one of two ways, precious, kick or kiss. They both end the same. With my dick up your ass.
Frank 'The Fixer' Urbano: Not necessarily.
#97R492 James Robson: Who the fuck are you?
Frank 'The Fixer' Urbano: Who the fuck am I?
[Decks Robson, causing a riot between the Aryans and the Sicilians. Beecher and Guenzel slip away]
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References Donald's Nephews (1938) See more »

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Oz and the Vikings
16 October 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Apparently the Vikings might have been the first ones to reach America. But what did they do? They returned home, they did not stick around, America was not interesting enough for them; this is what Augustus notices. The other memorable thing is the comparison he makes between the Vikings and the Oz inmates: both parties cannot tell the difference between right and wrong. These are just theories, but theories that are fun to think about. Even if the narrator Augustus does make a few good remarks, his character crashes, giving in and relapsing. It's his turn to lose calm, to stop focusing.

Peter Marie does not appear for long, but when she does she comes up with good advice, as always.

The new young inmate that arrives proves yet once more an old timeless fact: one second of losing control, of not thinking can get you into trouble. And then you end up in places far worse than Oz. Tobias is another such example. So the bottom line is don't screw up, don't let your "animal side" lose at any time. Even if you're not evil, those split seconds can make you look like that. And the change is irreversible.


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