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Tall Men with Feelings 

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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Sam Healy (as Michael J. Harney)
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Miss Claudette Pelage
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Tiffany 'Pennsatucky' Doggett
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Jean Baptiste
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John Bennett
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Joel Luschek
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Joe Caputo
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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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There's a scene where Mendez and Bennett have a drink after work. The scene was shot at a bar called "The Hotel" in Pearl River New York. See more »

Quotes

Piper Chapman: Why do you always feel so inevitable to me?
Alex Vause: I heart you.
Piper Chapman: You heart me? What is that? Is that like "I love you" for pussies?
Alex Vause: Say "pussy" again.
Piper Chapman: I heart you, too.
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References Alice Solves the Puzzle (1925) See more »

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You've Got Time
by Grammy nominee Regina Spektor
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