Oz

Season 6 Episode 2

See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Smell No Evil

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Aired Monday 11:00 PM Jan 12, 2003 on HBO
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Beecher finally gets parole. The reconstruction ends up making the inmates in solitary sick. Telemarketing arrives in Oz, Burr sees it as the perfect alternative to drug slinging and enlists the homeboys. Alvarez tries to make contact with his old girlfriend Maritza. Schiabetta tries to curse the O'Reily's, but Ryan has powers of his own.moreless

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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)

    Kathryn Erbe

    Kathryn Erbe

    Shirley Bellinger

    Guest Star

    Tom Atkins

    Tom Atkins

    Mayor Wilson Lowen

    Guest Star

    Andrea Anders

    Andrea Anders

    Donna Degenhart

    Guest Star

    Zeljko Ivanek

    Zeljko Ivanek

    Governor James Devlin

    Recurring Role

    Robert Bogue

    Robert Bogue

    Jason Cramer (1999-2000)

    Recurring Role

    Sean Dugan

    Sean Dugan

    Timmy Kirk

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • Robson is 36 years old.

      • When Schillinger was talking about Loewen, he says, "When Martha and I couldn't afford a honeymoon, he gave us airline tickets." But in 'Works of Mercy,' he mentions that Shirley Bellinger reminded him of his "late wife, Arlene," and there's been no indication anywhere that Schillinger was married twice.

      • In addition, Pancamo told Nappa in season 3 that he doesn't believe in witchcraft, yet when O'Reily tells Pancamo that Peter Schibetta is trying to use the evil eye on him (a voodoo trick), Pancamo believes him as if he believed witchcraft the whole time.

      • Why would a Sicilian kill another Sicilian (for that matter why would anyone at Oz still kill) based on a 5 second blurb from Ryan's lying mouth after all of these years? You'd think that little ditty would've worn itself out by now. Show after show this guy keeps pulling the same old rabbit out of his hat while the inmates go on as if they've never known Ryan or seen his tired act before.

      • Since Urbano was seen by dozens of witnesses, including guards, while stabbing and killing Hill (even if he was aiming for Redding), why is he merrily wandering around Oz instead of on death row?

    • QUOTES (12)

      • O'Riley: Hey Chuckie, you got a minute?
        Pancamo: For you O'Riley I've got 28 seconds. But the way you double talk, should be plenty.

      • Beecher: (Beecher has just learned he's getting parole) Pinch me Sister, I'm dreaming again.
        Sister Pete: No, Tobias, you are not dreaming! (They hug)
        Beecher: Holy fucking Christ!

      • (Robson has decided to become Cutler's prag in return for protection, Cutler hands him a spoon)
        Cutler: Lick this. That's right, lick it real good. Now give it back
        to me. Drop your pants. Now bend over.
        Robson: What?
        Cutler: You and me, we're gonna spoon. Now bend the fuck over.
        (Cutler rapes Robson with the spoon)

      • Cutler: You know what true boredom is? True boredom is when you want to get yourself off and you don't want to at exactly the same time.

      • (Robson has been threatened by the Italians and needs support)
        Robson: Vern, I need your help.
        Schillinger: Keep walking.
        Robson: After all I've done for the brotherhood, you owe me.
        Winthrop: Hey, you heard the man, keep walking.
        Robson: Watch your mouth, prag.
        Winthrop: I'm not a prag anymore, pal, and as for watching my mouth, you're the one with the n***er gums. Bye-bye.

      • Pancamo: Yo, yo, yo, Petey.
        Schibetta: Chucky, boys, long time no see.
        Italian: Petey, where you going?
        Schibetta: Visit with my wife.
        Italian: Uh-uh. We called and cancelled.
        Schibetta: Why?
        Pancamo: You and me, we need to have a little chat.
        Schibetta: About?
        Pancamo: Life and death ... My life, your death.

      • Ryan: Hey, Chucky, you got a minute?
        Pancamo: For you, O'Reily, I got only 28 seconds. But the way you
        double talk it should be plenty.

      • (Morales has just asked Miguel to spy on the blacks)
        Alvarez: You know, I'm ... I'm glad me and Chico aren't at each other's
        throats anymore, but that's as far as it goes, man. I got my parole
        in three years. Until that point, I'm Mahatma-fucking-Gandhi. You want
        the peach cobbler?

      • Morales: Man, I wish to Christ I could figure out what Redding is up to.
        Guerra: Rumor is, he's walking away from the kitchen, that he's
        gonna be foreman of the telemarketing business.
        Morales: That don't mean he'll stop slinging. And what we need is
        more information. (To Miguel Alvarez) Alvarez, join us.
        Alvarez: You want me to sit with you?
        Morales: Yeah, I figure, you and Guerra made peace you won't be
        stabbing each other with the silverware. Besides, I got a question.
        Alvarez: Nine inches, baby.

      • (Busmalis and Rebadow are in their pod at lights out)
        Rebadow: So, Norma was here again today?
        Busmalis: So we're both in prison?
        Rebadow: Excuse me?
        Busmalis: I'm sorry. I thought we were asking questions that we already
        knew the answers to.

      • Leo Glynn: Look, whatever relationship we may had in the past, it's over, you're my prisoner now!
        Mayor Wilson Lowen: That simple huh? Do you actually think I killed those little girls?
        Leo Glynn: You're found guilty!
        Lowen: As a black man... you gotta know that don't mean dick!

      • Shirley: Let's say a young man mugs someone. A young girl steals 20 purses from Sears. A young mother drowns her daughter. The one thing they're all said to lack is 'common sense'. Somewhere along the way, they lost their ability to think correctly. Well look at Oz. Common sense creates the common criminal. The desire to do right is probably the most *uncommon* sense of all.

    • NOTES (3)

      • (Rebadow is pushing the library cart past the Latinos)
        Rebadow: Libros. Libros para los muertos.

        Translation: Books. Books for the dead

      • Pay attention in certain early gen pop scenes for Vern literally having eyes on the back of his head.

      • They giveth and they taketh away: Kathryn Erbe, now on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, briefly returns as the infanticidal Blanche Dubois of death row, Shirley Bellinger. Meanwhile, two longtime characters (who debuted as prisoners in the same season Shirley did) are brutally murdered.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Leowen: The honorable James Michael Curley served the good people of Boston while he was incarcerated.

        The Democratic politician Curley was elected to the board of Aldermen in 1904 while he was incarcerated for fraud. He was elected Mayor of Boston three times between 1914 and 1934, then Governor of Massachusetts for two years and another term as Mayor, during which he was convicted of official misconduct and again sent to jail.

      • Rebadow: She (Stella) reminds me of a Blake passage "Some are born to sweet delight, some are born to endless night".

        William Blake (1757-1827) was an English poet, painter and printmaker. His biggest influences were The Bible, Classical Greek art and Renaissance painters. Died while illustrating Dante's Inferno.

        The passage Rebadow quotes is from the poem "Auguries of Innocence".

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