Orange Is the New Black (2013–2019)
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Toast Can't Never Be Bread Again 

Corporate bureaucracy and simmering anger work against Caputo's efforts to keep a sensitive situation under control.


Adam Bernstein


Jenji Kohan (created by), Tara Herrmann | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Taylor Schilling ... Piper Chapman
Natasha Lyonne ... Nicky Nichols
Uzo Aduba ... Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes' Warren
Danielle Brooks ... Tasha 'Taystee' Jefferson
Jackie Cruz ... Marisol 'Flaca' Gonzales
Lea DeLaria ... Big Boo
Michael Harney ... Sam Healy (as Michael J. Harney)
Selenis Leyva ... Gloria Mendoza
Taryn Manning ... Tiffany 'Pennsatucky' Doggett
Adrienne C. Moore ... Cindy Hayes
Dascha Polanco ... Dayanara Diaz
Elizabeth Rodriguez ... Aleida Diaz
Nick Sandow ... Joe Caputo
Yael Stone ... Lorna Morello
Samira Wiley ... Poussey Washington


Corporate bureaucracy and simmering anger work against Caputo's efforts to keep a sensitive situation under control.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama


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Highest rated episode of the series so far (Feb 2017). See more »


Prior to the press conference, when the MCC guy says "You're shiny again," and the makeup woman starts applying makeup, Caputo is wearing glasses. The camera then changes angles and his glasses are no longer on his face. See more »


Monk Paul: I believe this world's a damaged place, and if you can find a sliver of happiness, stay in it as long as you can.
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References Backdraft (1991) See more »


Muddy Waters
Written and performed by LP (Laura Pergolizzi)
Vagrant Records
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One of the best episodes of the whole series
22 August 2016 | by dmben9See all my reviews

We've been watching Orange is the New Black since its beginning. The first two seasons were good. Very different from ordinary "television". The characters were being developed and by the end of season 2, there was a good differentiation between characters and story lines. Season 3 seemed to be reaching, so the tack was taken to try to present backgrounds of the characters that had previously just been inmates...who were these women, where did they come from, what had they done to end up in Litchfield. Finally, season four presented us with new characters and situations as the prison was taken over by a for profit corporation. Familiar characters as CO's left and were replaced by more brutal mercenary CO's. The final episode of season 4 was artful, beautiful, sad, haunting. The show finally attempted to make a statement about the brutality of prison life and how easy it is for decent people to respond to brutality with brutality of their own.....In this situation, all is lost. No one wins. This is the best episode of the entire series.

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17 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



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1.78 : 1
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