Robson stirs up problems between White and Said. Meanwhile, Pancamo's illness might save some work for his enemies, Schillinger makes a friendly but suspicious overture towards Beecher, and... See full summary »

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Robson stirs up problems between White and Said. Meanwhile, Pancamo's illness might save some work for his enemies, Schillinger makes a friendly but suspicious overture towards Beecher, and Morales seeks revenge on his sister's abusive husband. Written by Anonymous

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Having your future told by someone who hasn't got one
29 October 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Across the years, Oz has given us some powerful quotes and shown us some interesting views of the world. This episode makes no exception.The focus is now put on fortune tellers. For this, Augustus is trying to become one, while explaining to the viewers how pointless the "role" of fortune tellers is. And yet, people can't wait to have their palms read... He dares to say what's right in front of people but what people choose to ignore most of the time. Usually, the fortune tellers are poor, have bad teeth and no education. So could they know what it is going to happen to you? The answer is obvious: they don't. They just tell people what people want to hear.

Back to Oz, Schillinger is acting strangely kind to Tobias at first. And Tobias buys it... until he is told the real reason behind the kindness. Yes, everything in life does come for a price. Nothing in life is free. Moving on, Said is going even further in his personal decay, losing control once more. Will he ever be the calm imam he used to be? Or did the events he witnessed in Oz change him forever? Right now it seems he's more likely to stay the way he is rather than the way he was.

Oz proves it's just a TV show, a staged out performance as no inmate would ever go through with what Rebadow did. On the other hand, the drama is inspired from real life situations when later the same Rebadow is tricked. After all, what would he expect? You can't trust anyone, especially not a mentally unstable prison guard.

The conclusion at which Augustus arrives is that the Oz inmates do have a fortune teller even if they don't want to have one - the judge of their case - who is the only one to decide their fate.


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