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Oz season 1

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8 episodes (2404 views)

Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Lee Tergesen, Eamonn Walker, Kirk Acevedo, Harold Perrineau Jr., J.K. Simmons, Lauren Velez, Dean Winters, Terry Kinney, JD Williams, Mark Margolis, Anthony Chisholm, Ernie Hudson, Granville Adams, Rita Moreno, Luis Guzman, Mums, Michael Wright, Robert Clohessy, Kristin Rhode, Zeljko Ivanek, David Zayas, Otto Sanchez, George Morfogen, Tom Mardirosian, R.E Rodgers, Evan Seinfeld, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Steven Wishnoff, Blake Robbins, Chuck Zito, Kathryn Erbe, Edie Falco, Christopher Meloni, B.D. Wong, Philip Casnoff, Rob Bogue Genre:Drama Channel:HBO Status:Ended

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Oz season 1 episodes list:

Episode #1: The Routine (air date: 1997-07-12)

In the "Emerald City" experimental unit of Oswald State Penitentiary, we meet some of the diverse inmates who live within a pecking order of Homeboys, Latinos, Muslims, Irish, Aryans, and Wiseguys. No clear-cut leader emerges -- with the possible exception of Kareem Said, a Muslim author who preaches non-violence and abstinence. Said's arrival doesn't prevent a short-fused Mafia inmate named Dino Ortolani from ticking off just about everybody--a habit that ends up burning him.

Episode #2: Visits, Conjugal and Otherwise (air date: 1997-07-14)

With Schibetta and the prison brass in a race to uncover Ortolani's killer (for very different reasons), we see how inmates react to visits from both their wives and, in one case, family members who are also in prison.

Episode #3: God's Chillin' (air date: 1997-07-21)

Friction grows in the wake of two deaths--first Ortoloni and now Johnny Post--so Wiseguy leader Schibetta, Muslim leader Said, and Homeboy Jefferson Keane are brought together by Warden Glynn, who tells them to keep their boys quiet or else he'll lock the prison down. The tension increases following a visit from Governor Devlin, who was responsible for the ban on smoking and conjugal visits. Meanwhile, Keane has found God--just as a couple of Latinos with a grudge find him.

Episode #4: Capital P (air date: 1997-07-28)

Governor Devlin has reinstated capital punishment in the state; and the first Oz prisoner scheduled to die is Jefferson Keane, who killed a Latino in a skirmish set up by the Co's. Before he's executed, Keane donates a kidney to his ailing sister, then turns down lawyer-turned-inmate Tobias Beecher's offer to take up his defense. After Keane's death, Richard L'Italien -- slaughterer of women -- is executed by lethal injection after he makes a startling admission.

Episode #5: Straight Life (air date: 1997-08-04)

The infiltration of drugs into Oz has reached unprecedented levels; and the undercover efforts of McManus and Glynn to find out who's smuggling it in backfires in a deadly way. Despite a lockdown in the Emerald City, drugs continue to trickle in--and the blame shifts from prisoners to corrupt officials.

Episode #6: To Your Health (air date: 1997-08-11)

Three generations of Alvarezes--all prisoners at Oz--are united when the partiarch, Ricardo, is found face down in his cell, suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Meanwhile, Tobias Beecher, who as the neo-Nazi Schillinger's "girlfriend" has been forced to wear women's clothes, flips out after taking PCP and sends Schillinger to the hospital with an eye cut. Other inmates aren't exactly the picture of health, either. Mob boss Schibetta has stomach pains caused by ground glass intentionally mixed in with his food, and Muslim leader Kareem Said has a heart attack after refusing to take medication for high blood pressure.

Episode #7: Plan B (air date: 1997-08-18)

A recovered Said ostracizes Huseni Mershah for turning his back on him when he was dying--and orders all the Muslims to cast him out. Impressed by Said's power, Groves decides to kill Glynn in his honor, but ends up stabbing and killing an officer by mistake. Condemned to death, Groves chooses the firing squad as his form of execution. Meanwhile, Schibetta is still being fed ground glass by O'Reilly and Adebisi, and ends up hemmorhaging. Beecher, transformed by prison life, finally gets revenge on his nemesis, Schillinger.

Episode #8: A Game of Checkers (air date: 1997-08-25)

Beecher is released from the hole and Schillinger is left eyeless and weak. A riot breaks out after two white punks get into a fight over checkers. Frustration, sexuality, hate, revenge, racism all rear their ugly heads, causing the violence to escalate. Finally, after several prison officers are taken hostage, tear gas is thrown into the Emerald City and the SORT team arrives, guns blazing.

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