Caputo and Piper confront labor issues. A miracle occurs in Norma's group. Crazy Eyes's erotica winds up in the hands of the staff.

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Caputo and Piper confront labor issues. A miracle occurs in Norma's group. Crazy Eyes's erotica winds up in the hands of the staff.

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11 June 2015 (USA)  »

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When Piper rummages all around to locate a hidden cell phone, she also finds a blunt, a lighter, and a shank made from Jolly Rancher candies. See more »

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Sam Healy: [Referring to the hand-written manuscript in his hand] This is some sick stuff, Warren.
Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes' Warren: Look, a writer does not search out a muse. A muse appears. And when that muse wears uniform pants that fit in - all - the - right - places, it writes its-...
Sam Healy: Okay!
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References Les Misérables (2012) See more »

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You've Got Time
Written by Regina Spektor
Performed by Regina Spektor
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One of the very best episodes
7 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

This is easily one of the best episodes of the whole series. It flies through innumerable issues including developmental problems, organized labor, organized crime, helping rape victims, infidelity, parenting, adoption, greed, selflessness, heroism, love, sex (always sex), religion, responsibility, friendship, bullying, psychosis, neurosis, foibles, fetishes, trust, corporate corruption, power, exploitation, you name it. And practically everything is presented responsibly and sensitively.

I'm going to start recommending this show more often. It's thrillingly hip, clever, shocking, sensitive, and humorous.


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