Oz

Season 3 Episode 8

Out o' Time

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Aired Monday 11:00 PM Sep 01, 1999 on HBO
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Miguel wants to return to solitary. Warden Glynn finds out who raped his daughter. The final boxing match ends in tragedy. Clayton Hughes leaves a present for Adebisi.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Scott William Winters

    Scott William Winters

    Prisoner #98P204 Cyril O'Reily (episodes 11, 13-56)

    Ernie Hudson

    Ernie Hudson

    Warden Leo Glynn (episodes 1-55)

    Rita Moreno

    Rita Moreno

    Sister Peter Marie Reimondo (1997-2003)

    J.K. Simmons

    J.K. Simmons

    Prisoner #92S110 Vernon Schillinger (1997-2003)

    BD Wong

    BD Wong

    Father Ray Mukada (episodes 2-46, 49-56)

    Lauren Velez

    Lauren Velez

    Dr. Gloria Nathan (1997-2003)

    Michael Hyatt

    Michael Hyatt

    Sadiya Khan

    Guest Star

    Yura Lee

    Yura Lee

    Violinist

    Guest Star

    Male Baby Alexander

    Male Baby Alexander

    Junior Pierce

    Guest Star

    Zeljko Ivanek

    Zeljko Ivanek

    Governor James Devlin

    Recurring Role

    Blake Robbins

    Blake Robbins

    Dave Brass (Season 4-6)

    Recurring Role

    Evan Seinfeld

    Evan Seinfeld

    Hoyt

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • When Ryan is talking to Murphy about the boxing matches, Murphy's hand is resting on the table but in the next shot, it is up towards his face.

      • Alvarez has "McManus sucks my cock" scratched into the wall of his cell in solitary.

      • In this episode Alvarez informs Glynn that Carlo Ricardo raped his daghter, but we find out in ('Cock and Balls Story', Epi 1 Season 4) that it's not true.

    • QUOTES (17)

      • Pancamo: You can't move tits if you're in lockdown 24/7.
        Adebisi: There are some things more important than tits. More important than money.
        Hernandez: More important than money? He's in his loco mode again, man.

      • Beecher: New Year's Eve.
        Said: Can you smell that?
        Beecher: What?
        Said: Hatred. There's hatred in the air.
        Beecher: It's just an ordinary day in Oz.
        Said: No, my friend, this is much worse. Look. Adebisi sitting with Arif. And all those white faces. Just clumped together. I'm very afraid of what might happen.

      • Mr O'Reily: Goddammit! Fucking piece of shit. (Kicking the vending machine) This Goddamned thing just ate my quarters. (Ryan and Cyril come enter) Well, I'm here. What's so fucking urgent? You told your Aunt Brenda it was life or death. I don't see anyone bleeding.

      • Wittlesey: Oh, boy. Schillinger's home.
        Lopresti: He's not such a bad guy, Diane.
        Wittlesey: What drugs are you on?
        Lopresti: He's a shitload better than them.
        Wittlesey: Them, as in niggers?
        Lopresti: Yeah.

      • Hernandez: Miguelito, Feliz Navidad!
        Guerra: Where'd you disappear to, man?
        Alvarez: What do you mean, disappear?
        Ricardo: All four of us are together, only three of us are cuffed.
        Hernandez: C'mon, guys. Back up, man. You gotta forgive them, Miguelito. They had a lot of time to themselves to wonder about things. But me, I don't wonder I know. You're not one of us, you never will be.

      • Hill: Schillinger, would you tell those jerk offs in the mail room not to go through my magazines?
        Schillinger: Part of the job. We inspect everything that comes into Oz.
        Hill: Look, inspect is one thing. Beating off is another. I paid top dollar for Hustler. I don't want my pages all stuck together.

      • Hoyt: What do you want?
        Schillinger: The niggers are up to something.
        Keller: The niggers are always up to something. So are you.

      • Ryan: You want the Goddamned truth? Khan's brain damaged.
        Cyril: No.
        Ryan: Yeah. I saw it when he went down. His eyes went all vacant and shit.
        Cyril: You mean I made him just like me?
        Ryan: No ... Worse.

      • Ryan: Why do you always gotta shit on everything that we do?
        Mr. O'Reily: Maybe because everything you do is shit.

      • Ryan: I just heard a rumor that Glynn's thinking about cancelling the championship boxing match.
        Murphy: Not cancelling, postponing.
        Ryan: For how long?
        Murphy: Indefinitely.
        Ryan: Oh, man, that sucks.
        Murphy: Life's full if disappointments, O'Reily. Think you would've grasped that by now.

      • Dr Nathan: OK, you've healed sufficiently for me to remove the bandages. Now, I want to remind you both that there are gonna be some changes in your pigmentation but they're only temporary. Your skin should return to its normal appearance in six months to a year. OK?
        (The bandages are cut off. Poet and Pierce have large white patches on their faces)
        Pierce: Damn!
        Poet: I might be able to get a cab now.

      • Bellinger: I want you to go to the governor and tell him to go forward with the execution.
        Sister Pete: You, you want to die?
        Bellinger: I have to die.
        Sister Pete: Why?
        Bellinger: I did kill my firstborn. Oh ... I've said it. Some things aren't real till you say 'em out loud.

      • Howell: Seasons greetings, fuckwad!

      • Murphy: Why is it I get nervous seeing the four of you huddled in this pod together? Huh? Whoever don't live here, c'mon, let's go! Hernandez, for Christ's sake, it's Christmas. Take a break from being a tough guy.
        Hernandez: (to Alvarez after Murphy leaves) He's right. Enjoy the day. It will be your last.

      • Hill: (narrating) 'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The rats, on the other hand, is a whole different story.

      • Augustus: (narrating) There's lots of folks who think the world's gonna end come the dawn of this new millennia. They think we'll see the second coming of Christ, the apocalypse, Armageddon, doomsday. They tied it to God's great plan. But ask yourself - does God know it's January first? Does he have his watch set for midnight, and if he does, which time zone is he in? Man invented hours, days and minutes. Man invented calendars and clocks. God's got his own time table and it's stupid for us to think that we could set it for him. All we can do is watch the clock run out. Hope for the best.

      • Augustus: (narrating) Everybody's worried about this Y2K problem. Come two thousand and computers are gonna have a nervous breakdown, planes will fall from the sky, the water supply will dry up, and The Pentagon will start shootin' nuclear warheads at Canada. Some predict, that prison doors will automatically spring open. Well, I got a solution - a do-over. At the stroke of midnight it's 1900 again and we get to do the whole fuckin' century over. I mean, 'cause, you know let's face it, we didn't do such a hot job the first time around.

    • NOTES (1)

      • For a fairly important character to this season, we never see a Crime Flashback for Carlo Ricardo, or find out what his crime is, or how long he is in for.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Father Mukada: Well, there goes the baby Jesus, back in the box for another year. And the wisemen, Larry, Curly, and Moe.

        Is in reference to the comedic act of the Three Stooges (Moe, Larry and Curly) in the early 2th Century. Their act covered slapstick and physical comedy.

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