Grief looms over the prison as the inmates mourn a recent suicide. Dayanara, Nicky, and Red plot to end Mendez's career by tricking him into revealing his indiscretions. Larry gives a radio... See full summary »

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Grief looms over the prison as the inmates mourn a recent suicide. Dayanara, Nicky, and Red plot to end Mendez's career by tricking him into revealing his indiscretions. Larry gives a radio interview about Piper's experience in prison and his comments cause conflict with some of Piper's closest allies. Written by skillwithaquill

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The less convincing plot of the whole season
18 May 2014 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I am a bit torn up about this episode: Danya (Dascha Polanco) and John (Matt McGorry) pregnancy plot is interesting but lacks of some logic in my opinion. Dascha arrived at Litchfield with Piper, so why can't they just say she was already pregnant? Is there something we don't know about Dascha's life right before prison? On the other hand George "Pornstache" Mendez (Pablo Schreiber) rehabilitation is fine, but it is coming too soon and it looks too fake to be processed.

While Larry (Jason Biggs) does the dumbest thing of his life, basically he screw up Piper permanency at Litchfield, two flashbacks finally tell us how Piper and Alex love story actually ended.

The most emotional things come from the craziest characters in the show: Suzanne (Uzo Aduba) asks Piper why everyone calls her "Crazy Eyes" and Tiffany "Pennsatucky" Dogget gives us a taste of the psychiatric department of the prison, which is usually already a nightmare even outside prisons: Taryn Manning is doing a better job day by day, she's incredible and I never imagined it could be possible to finally bring on screen the insanity of some religious people, whom seems to be pretty upset with the show.

Alex Vause (Laura Prepon) gets the best lines in this episode, from the sassy ones in the chapel to the "mother of drama" of the abandon scene. Her character is definitely controversial, it's the typical "love it or hate it" person, I personally love her, but I perfectly understand how some people finds her (and Piper) incredibly annoying, I believe this is with no doubts a victory for both the writers and the actresses, it's not that easy to create two anti-heroes and give them such an intense love story at the same time.

Finally I wish to say that since the first episode I find Wanda Bell (portrayed by Catherine Curtin) extremely funny, the way she says "Chapman!" gets me all the times.


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