Officer Mendez begins harassing Red when she refuses to help him continue smuggling drugs into the prison. Larry publishes his article about Piper in the New York Times, which turns her ... See full summary »

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Officer Mendez begins harassing Red when she refuses to help him continue smuggling drugs into the prison. Larry publishes his article about Piper in the New York Times, which turns her into a person of interest for inmates and corrections officers alike. Piper's best friend Polly has her baby at the same time that a baby is born to an inmate in Piper's cell block. Written by skillwithaquill

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Trivia

When Nicole speaks to Tricia, she makes a joke about quoting The Exorcist (1973). In Scary Movie 2 (2001); Natasha Lyonne did play the child receiving an exorcism in a send-up of the same scene. See more »

Goofs

In season 1 episode 4 we see the drama caused by a missing screw driver and hear all about the security placed on tools, but in this episode Chapman leaves several tools including screwdrivers carelessly on the bench in the laundry where other inmates can get them. See more »

Quotes

Piper Chapman: Maybe, just maybe, we will get friendly again. Maybe.
Alex Vause: We were never friends, Piper.
Piper Chapman: We weren't?
Alex Vause: No. Not for a second. I loved you, I loved having sex with you.
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References The Exorcist (1973) See more »

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You've Got Time
Performed by Regina Spektor
Written by Regina Spektor
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Good but not greatest series so far
3 August 2016 | by (Lithuania) – See all my reviews

Greetings from Lithuania.

So after watching 8 episodes of season 1 i can safely say that they were pretty good, but not the best series i've seen - by far. What i do like about the show overall that there multiple characters and their stories inside of prison, as well as stories (or more like glimpses) of how have they got there.

Acting is very good by all involved, script is good, but story itself lakes some more interesting ways. I know, that if they would have overdone it with twists and plots, show itself would quickly lose plausibility, so it's kinda good, but kinda feels boring sometimes.

Nevertheless, i'm enjoying series so far and will definitely see all season 1, maybe i will even check season 2.


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