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  • Season 1 Episode 8: A Game of Checkers

  • Prisoners featured

    Vernon Schillinger convicted October 21st 1992 aggravated assault in the first degree. Sentence: 8 years. Up for parole in 5. (prisoner # 92S110)

    Robert Rebadow convicted September 9th 1965, murder in the first degree. Sentence: death, commuted to life. (prisoner # 65R814)

    Simon Adebisi convicted May 2nd 1993, murder in the first degree. Sentence: life in prison without the possibility of parole. (prisoner # 93A234)

  • When have you known O'Reily to tell the truth?

  • O'Reily tells Adebisi he's been off drugs since his time in the hole. The episode where he went to the hole was 1.5 (Straight Life). However, in that episode, AFTER he gets out of the hole, he is seen getting high with Beecher. Looks like the writers forgot about that little incident in this episode.

  • Season 1 Episode 7: Plan B

  • Prisoners featured

    Donald Groves convicted July 3rd 1997, two counts of murder in the 1st degree. Sentence: life imprisonment. (prisoner # 97G414)

    Eugene Dobbins convicted August 18th 1997 murder in the 2nd degree. Sentence: 22 years, up for parole in 8. (prisoner # 97D403)

  • In the fist five minutes of the episode, you can see Eugene Dobbins watching television in Em City, however he is not introduced until halfway through the episode.

  • Season 1 Episode 6: To Your Health

  • Prisoners featured

    Ricardo Alvarez convicted March 3rd 1943, armed robbery. Sentence: 20 years. Convicted June 6th 1961 murder in the 1st degree. Sentence: life imprisonment in solitary confinement. (prisoner # 43A515)

    Jackson Vayhue convicted August 17th 1997, attempted rape and assault. Sentence: 12 years, up for parole in 5.(prisoner # 97V588)

    Huseni Mershaw aka James Monroe Madison convicted August 11th 1997 attempted murder, assault in the 1st degree. Sentence: 20 years, up for parole in 3. (prisoner # 97M688)

  • Season 1 Episode 5: Straight Life

  • Towards the end of the episode when Alvarez is tripping, he "talks" to his baby. He says "te voy a protectar" which is meant to mean "I'm going to protect you" but protectar is not a word - he means proteger.

  • Prisoners featured

    Ronald Poklewaldt convicted March 8th 1994 arson in the 2nd degree. Sentence: 25 years, up for parole in 10. (prisoner # 94P442)

    Whitney Munson convicted March 2nd 1945 murder in the 1st degree, criminal possession of a controlled substance. Sentence: 110 years, up for parole in 60. (prisoner # 45M242)

    Scott Ross convicted June 4th 1997, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. Sentence: It was his third conviction so he received life without parole. (prisoner # 97R518)

  • The following Italian prisoners are moved from Emerald City to the General Population: 88P715, Ottovino. 91J224, Jenbro. 85P661, Pellicano. 94R511, Ricatta.

  • Season 1 Episode 4: Capital P

  • Very early in the episode where the inmates are talking about Jefferson Keane, a boom mike is visible above Schillinger's head as he is walking down the stairs.

  • Leif Riddell finally gets a credit, but only as Aryan (the Mark Mack appears in the next episode).

  • Crime Flashbacks

    Rebadow is in the electric chair for murder he committed years ago, until the state wide blackout occurs and his death was commuted to life imprisonment.

    L'Italien smothers a woman with a pillow after having sex with her

  • The title of the movie Keane and L'Italien were discussing is I Want to Live!

  • Prisoner featured:

    Richard L'Italien convicted April 3rd 1997, murder in the 1st degree. Sentence: death. (prisoner # 97L641)

  • Derrick Simmons, besides being Billie Keane for 3 episodes, has also done stunts for the show.

  • Nino's henchman D'Angelo is badly injured by Adebisi and Kenny Wangler, is seen in the infirmary, then vanishes for good. I guess Gloria's using him for secret medical experiments somewhere.

  • Season 1 Episode 3: God's Chillin'

  • When Alvarez stabs the knife into his hand, you can clearly tell it's a prop knife because the blood squirts from the handle and there is no blood on the blade.

  • Prisoner's featured
    Ryan O'Reily convicted on July 12th 1997, two counts of vehicular manslaughter, five counts of reckless endangerment, possession of controlled substances, criminal possession of a weapon and parole violation. Sentence: Life imprisonment, up for parole in 12. (prisoner # 97P904)

    Kenneth Wangler convicted on July 6th, 1997, murder in the 1st degree. Sentence: 20 years, up for parole in 6. (prisoner # 97W566)

    Miguel Alvarez convicted on February 3rd, 1997, of assault with a deadly weapon, criminal mischief in the 2nd degree. Sentence: 15years, up for parole in 2. (prisoner # 97A413)

  • Crime Flashbacks

    Ryan O'Reily plows his car into two road workers and a parked car while under the influence.

    Kenny Wangler shoots another kid over a jacket.

    Miguel Alvarez vandalizes the car of a man who scratched their car, before beating him and slashing his face

  • In the press conference scene, the shadow of the boom mike operator (and also the boom mike) appear clearly on the wall as the cameras are flashing, several seconds later the mike is visible at the top of screen.

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Thrillers, gritty crime scenarios, Crime, gritty cinematography, cerebral