Oz Episode 52: Failure To Communicate

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  1. Mark Turetsky

    Mark Turetsky Supporting Actor

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    Antonio Nappa, probably the best guest narrator they've had so far. Also looks like everyone who plays MacBeth ends up dead: Meehan, Schibetta, and now Wolfgang Cutler. Looks like we can look for some special signifigance in this play. Let's see: Agamemnon Busmalis plays Banquo, a betrayed friend (perhaps something to come with Rebadow) and Burr Reading plays Duncan, a king about to face a mutiny. Looks like there's a killer nurse in the hospital ward. Scary stuff.
    The count for the season is 9 deaths so far, with 2 (Winthrop and Cutler). Glad to see Keller take some revenge on Winthrop.
     
  2. Paul E. Fox II

    Paul E. Fox II Second Unit

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    I missed most of Oz last night due to the Superbowl Coverage but I'm catching the Replay tonight on HBO2!

    It seems that Minister Said is truly dead...could there be a guest narrator appearance in the future?
     
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    NEXT WEEK POSSIBLE SPOILER......
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    In the previews for next week. Does it look like Keller sets up Beecher so he violates parole and gets sent back? You see a scene where Keller asks Beecher to do something. That Beecher says will violate his parole. And the next preview scene shows Keller calling some detective.
    What do you all think? I really hope Beecher stays out. I can't recall anyone ever getting out(& staying out) of Oz without being dead.
     
  4. Chris Bardon

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    Good Ep, and I like the parallels with Macbeth-I'm pretty sure those are intentional.

    Incidentally, my tape missed the first few minutes-I caught it from where Glynn fires the guard. Anything really happen before that?
     
  5. Mark Turetsky

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    I don't think there was much before Glynn's firing. The "previously" segment was rather long, and then of course there's credits.
    In terms of next week's preview:Something tells me that the preview was intentionally misleading, but you never know with this show.
     
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  7. Paul E. Fox II

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    Good episode and I'm really glad the Winthrop had a "special" meeting with Chris!

    Loved the Nappa commentary!
     
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    I hate to day it, but my heart really went out to Alvarez in this ep. This poor kid can't get a break in the world, huh? No wonder he's the way he is... [​IMG]

    And I'm pretty interested to see what's going to happen to O'Rielly's mom and that inmate.

    Rafael
     
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  10. Mark Turetsky

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    In case anyone is interested in spoilers, the guest narrator for next week's episode will be Schillinger's two sons.
     

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