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'Oitnb' Character Profile: Miss Rosa

Though reasonably quiet throughout the first season, Miss Rosa Cisneros (Barbara Rosenblat) steals the show in season 2’s “Appropriately Sized Pots.” Through flashbacks in the season’s eighth episode, we learn about Rosa’s life as a bank robber, which ultimately landed her in Litchfield Penitentiary. We’re introduced to a young Rosa, played wonderfully by Stephanie Andujar, who’s in love with the thrill of robbing banks and the smell of money. Back then, Rosa was a member of a four-man robbing crew after being introduced to robbery by her boyfriend Marco (Alfredo De Quesada) who tells her they must kiss before and after a robbery. She believes she’s cursed because all of the men she kisses post-robbery die. The only member of the group to survive is Tony, who she doesn’t kiss after a robbery because she finally gets arrested.

Rosa became one of the most
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'Orange Is The New Black' Episode 2.08 Recap: "Appropriately Sized Pots"

Episode 8 begins with Healy (Michael Harney) telling Miss Rosa (Barbara Rosenblat) that the Doc will not cover the surgery she needs; she is forced to continue chemotherapy treatment instead, convincing her she will die soon. This episode concentrates on the bank-robbing, money-loving Rosa. The first flashback is Rosa’s first bank robbery and she is nervous as her boyfriend, Marco (Alfredo De Quesada), hands her a gun that she later finds out is not loaded. The two kiss and Marco tells her they must always kiss before and after a robbery. After they rob the bank with two other guys and hop into the getaway car, the group sees that Marco has been shot and he dies in Rosa’s arms shortly after. Rosa’s love of money increases after every robbery. After robbing another bank, Rosa kisses one of the other men, who has a heart attack and dies shortly after their post-robbery kiss.
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Exclusive: Stephen Moyer Talks The Caller DVD

Exclusive: Stephen Moyer Talks The Caller DVD
A woman is tormented by a series of sinister phone calls in this thriller from Matthew Parkhill, available Tuesday, October 4th

Troubled divorcee Mary Kee (Rachelle Lefevre) is tormented by a series of sinister phone calls from a mysterious woman. When the stranger implies that she's calling from the past, Mary tries to break off contact. But the caller doesn't like being ignored, and looks for revenge in a unique and terrifying way. From director Matthew Parkhill comes The Caller, which arrives on DVD today, October 4th. We caught up with co-star Stephen Moyer while he was promoting this taunt thriller in Puerto Rico earlier this year, where he was in the midst of braving a hurricane in a hotel with no electricity.

Here is our conversation.

Stephen Moyer: I am looking down from my balcony in the hotel, and people have written things in the sand beneath me.
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