Detective Bruno Gergan, convicted March 15th 2000, illegal possession and sale of
firearms, murder in the first degree. Sentence: 36 years, up for parole in 18. (prisoner # 00G115)
Kevin Ketchum, AKA Supreme
Allah, convicted March 22nd, 2000, murder in the second degree. Sentence: 25 years, up for parole in 10. (prisoner #00K251)
Patrick Keenan, convicted
March 25th, 2000, assault in the first degree, rape. Sentence: 12
years, up for parole in 7. (prisoner # 00K414)
When Keller returned to his cell, he stands with his back to the camera and is not wearing a shirt. There are no signs of scars where he had been stabbed not even one year earlier.
This episode features the show's only permanent prisoner "release" of Jason Cramer (Robert Bogue). Others have been released but later returned.
Enrique Morales, convicted April 6th 2000, murder in the 2nd degree. Sentence: 25 years, up for parole in 15. (prisoner # 00M871)
When Glynn and Basil/Mobay discuss that he can't use drugs because it would be a violation of regulations. However, back in season 1, Paul Markstrom, also an undercover cop, seemed to be consuming drugs along with Adebisi's crew.
Mark Miles kills his wife and son. 10 years later, he kills his next set of wife and children.
Carlos Martinez murders an elderly man, then goes to the man's car to finish off the wife.
Mark Miles, convicted July 10th 1997, 3 counts murder in the first degree. Sentence: Death. (prison # 97M573)
Carlos Martinez, convicted October 6th, 1998, two counts of murder in the 1st degree. Sentence: life without the possibility of parole. (prison # 98M232)
Louis Bevilaqua, convicted April 2nd, 1999, murder in the 2nd degree, illegal possession of a firearm. Sentence: 25 years, up for parole in 12. (prisoner# 99B521)
Moses Deyell, convicted February 3rd, 2000, 2 counts of murder in
the first degree. Sentence: Death. (prisoner # 00D718)
Guillaume Tarrant, convicted January 2nd
2000, destruction of private property, concealment of a deadly weapon.
Sentence: 10 years, up for parole in 3. (prisoner # 00T416)
When Schillinger recieves a picture of his son Hank, he says to Robson he hasn't seen him "not since i came to Oz". with Schillinger's conviction in 92', this conflicts with him telling McMcanus and Mukada about his two sons visiting him in "A Game Of Checkers", season 1's finale, which occured in the summer of 97'.
The year of Bevilaqua's conviction is given as 1999, but the character was first referred to in 1998.
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.
In this episode, Warden Glynn goes from having a full beard, to a goatee, back to a full beard before finally going back to a goatee.
During the S.O.R.T. raid we see that Cyril and Ryan are in the gym with the others. But, when OZ goes into lockdown we see that Cyril is sitting at a table with a bandana on spinning a book on his finger, like he was previously in the episode. How can he be in two places at once?
Hamid Khan, convicted March 6th 1999, aggravated assault. Sentence: 10 years, up for parole in five. (prisoner # 99K515)
O'Reily's arm is sporting a bandage during Poet's recital in the Mess Hall, but he's not shown removing the tattoo until the shower scene a few minutes later.
William Cudney, convicted February 10th 1999, murder in the first degree. Sentence: Life without the possibility of parole. (prison # 99C124)
Yuri Kosygin, convicted March 23rd 1999, eight counts murder in the first degree, four counts attempted murder, illegal possession of a firearm. Sentence: Life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. (prison # 99K871)
The magazine Gloria is reading is intially on her lap but in the next shot she is holding it up in front of her.
When Ryan picks up the Bible before beating Cudney, he reads "Woe is me, for this is a sickness and I must bear it."
That comes from the Book of Jeremiah chapter 10 verse 19. The complete quote is "Woe is me, because of my injury! My wound is incurable. But I said, "Truly this is a sickness, And I must bear it."