As Cyril's trial gets off to an inauspiciously cold start, tensions between Mukada and Kirk come to a boil. Also, a priest named Meehan lands in Oz while White and Said turn over a new leaf in their relationship.

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As Cyril's trial gets off to an inauspiciously cold start, tensions between Mukada and Kirk come to a boil. Also, a priest named Meehan lands in Oz while White and Said turn over a new leaf in their relationship.

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Harold Perrineau's character, Augustus Hill, was also the narrator of the show. But Perrineau was unable to appear in this episode because he was working on The Matrix Reloaded (2003). Musical numbers performed by the cast members were used instead of his usual narrations. See more »

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[while performing dental surgery on Robson]
Dr. Tariq Faraj: You know, with all your warped ideology, I bet you never gave a thought as to why Adolf was so pissed off at the Jews. One theory is that he was traumatized by the death of his mother. She had breast cancer and was in the care of a Jewish physician. So his repressed hatred manifested itself into the Holocaust. Another theory is that Hitler's father was the illegitimate son a German woman and some obscure Jewish man, so Hitler *himself* had *impure* ...
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References Saturday Night Fever (1977) See more »

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Handsome Johnny
by Richie Havens
Performed by Anthony Chisholm
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Oz goes musical
8 November 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

One may already be tired of Said's up and downs. It's the second time he is directly questioned about his actions by his fellow followers. Is he really the right one to lead them? His actions speak for themselves; he loses control, he takes rash decisions, he beats people up and he questions his faith.

An illiterate Aryan gets checked by a black doctor he was taught to hate. The good thing is the doctor is smart and knows what sarcasm is. Furthermore, he teaches the viewers a couple of things about Hitler. For instance, Hitler's mother is assumed to have died while in the care of a Jewish woman. Or, the fact that Hitler is rumored to have had a trace of Jewish blood flowing in his veins.

Sister Peter Marie proves once again how smart she really is when she counsels Cyril on how to behave in court. The ultimate purpose is, of course, to get him out of the death row charge, while disregarding the means.

Finally, the episode will be remembered for two things: 1) Augustus is not in it, no more noteworthy quotes from his side and 2) the Oz characters' singing. The episode sure gets a plus point for 2). Seeing father Mukada and, even funnier, Beecher and Schillinger together doing a musical scene that is somehow going with the tone of the episode is just awesome.


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