Well that was... interesting. No guest narrator, the deaths of two majors (and two characters who were just introduced), a bizarre new leader for the gays, pot brownies, O'Reilly's father coming to Oz, Keller and Schillinger plotting on the level of pro wrestlers ("He now thinks that I'm back to liking him, even though I've triple-crossed him into thinking that you think I'm still on your side, but I'm really not"), an affaire for Glynn with McManus' ex-wife out of the blue, sounds like things are winding down. Seems like so many plots are still dangling loose, but considering the speed with which Oz deals with plots, 100 minutes is plenty of time to get everything done. From what I saw in the preview: Jaz Hoyt reveals what happened to Cloutier, Beecher strikes a deal with the FBI to give Keller up for the murder of Winthrop (though that would technically be inadmissible under lawyer-client priviledge), Quearns returns (probably as the new warden, God save us), and who knows what else. In short, 4 deaths, bringing the season's body count to 15, with an average of 2.5/ episode.