Oz: Season 4, Episode 2

Obituaries (19 Jul. 2000)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama | Thriller
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The African-American inmates point the finger at McManus for letting Em City get out of hand. After that and his recent erratic behavior, McManus gets the ax from Glynn. Mobay's cover is almost blown.

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The African-American inmates point the finger at McManus for letting Em City get out of hand. After that and his recent erratic behavior, McManus gets the ax from Glynn. Mobay's cover is almost blown.

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Father Ray Mukada: [At the funeral of an African American CO Joseph Howard] Eternal rest grant unto him, Oh Lord, and let perpetual light shine down upon him. And now, Tim McManus would like to say a few words. Tim.
Tim McManus: Joe loved to bet on the horses, and so, in honor of him, I would like to...
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Tim McManus: Camp town races sing this song, doo-dah, doo-dah, Camp town racetrack's five miles long Oh, the doo-dah day.
[Blacks in Audience including Glynn begin to look at McManus with disgust]
Tim McManus: Gonna run all night, Gonna run all ...
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