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With a major security breach and a lot of new inmates, Caputo has to call in the big guns. Things get a little too real for Crazy Eyes and Lolly.

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... Piper Chapman
... Nicky Nichols (credit only)
... Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes' Warren
... Tasha 'Taystee' Jefferson
... Marisol 'Flaca' Gonzales
... Big Boo
... Sam Healy (as Michael J. Harney)
... Gloria Mendoza
... Tiffany 'Pennsatucky' Doggett
... Cindy Hayes
... Dayanara Diaz
... Joe Caputo
... Lorna Morello
... Poussey Washington
... Galina 'Red' Reznikov
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Caputo finds difficulty in his new role as warden after the new staff and inmates settle in. The pre-existing inmates are rallied back into camp while Alex and Whitehill stay back to resolve a rather big problem. Chapman tries to prove top dog in the overcrowded prison, Red isn't happy with her new work schedule, and Crazy Eyes finds a new love interest.

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Bayley (Alan Aisenberg) tells Caputo (Nick Sandow) that his dad is into "dog dyeing" where he dyes dogs the the colors of animals. In season 3 Cal (Michael Chernus) tells Piper (Taylor Schilling) that when he met up with Bayley to get the dirty underwear from him he had a dog with him that was painted like a tiger. See more »

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Lolly Whitehill: You just gotta lie there and play dead. Act like you were having sex with an ugly dude. Have you ever had sex with a dude?
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References The Addams Family (1964) See more »

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You've got time
Lyrics by Regina Spektor
Produced by Rob Cavallo
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A Welcome Return to Litchfield
17 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

Bombastically hilarious is what I would describe the first acting minutes of Season 4. Charismatic characters and witty dialogue help keep us refreshed to what was left off on this show. However, the series also lay some important ground work for future events, and right off the bat, albeit its comedic first note, Season 4 will definitely be the most darkest Season of this series yet.

While the episode does return with our beloved inmates, new faces also arise to bring more trouble to the already crippled Prison of Litchfield. Hopefully dynamic interactions between these characters and the ones we have come to know will occur later on.

However some parts of the episode does stumble to drawn out scenes, but overall a solid starting push in the right direction for Season 4 in recovery from the mediocre Season 3. Hopefully it remains consistent throughout.


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