Oz: Season 1, Episode 6

To Your Health (11 Aug. 1997)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama | Thriller
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The prison's health service is kept busy by a variety of prisoner complaints: Beecher flips out and sends Schillinger to the hospital; mob boss Schibetta develops stomach problems thanks to some ground glass; and Said has a heart attack.

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The prison's health service is kept busy by a variety of prisoner complaints: Beecher flips out and sends Schillinger to the hospital; mob boss Schibetta develops stomach problems thanks to some ground glass; and Said has a heart attack.

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Simon Adebisi: You are a sick motherfucker, O'Reily.
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I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)
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Written by Duke Ellington and Paul Francis Webster
Performed by Lee Tergesen
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