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However, they later talk it out and are able to form a trusting relationship. In the second season, she joins Vee's gang as she gets a cut of the cigarette money.

She is sent down to SHU again after being caught with the cigarettes in her bunk. She is visibly affected by her second time in the SHU, and once again her relationship with Yoga Jones becomes strained when she rejects Yoga Jones' compassion.

Later, she is convinced by Vee to pin Red's beating on Suzanne, but has a change of heart and attempts to recant her testimony along with Black Cindy.

During the third season, she is shown working on the lingerie detail with several of the other inmates. She is the only member of her group to object to allowing Brook to join their group after her suicide attempt.

In flashbacks, it is shown that she was raised in an observant Muslim household. Upon receiving her track scholarship for college, her father forbade her from running track due to her uniform not being modest enough and going against their Muslim faith.

In their subsequent argument, her hint that she would renounce Islam resulted in a slap from her father.

During the fourth season, she tries to help Black Cindy get a picture of Judy King to sell to the paparazzi.

Later, the day after Poussey died, she punched Kasey in the face after she overhears her making a disrespectful remark about Poussey when her body is being removed from the prison.

During the fifth season, she stayed by Taystee's side while she was preparing to take the lead in negotiating to end the riot. When Taystee decided to force Judy to make a statement on behalf of the prisoners, she objected due to Judy being given special treatment during her sentence as a result of her wealth and fame.

She was pleased when Taystee prevented Judy from giving the statement at the last minute and gave it herself and cheered her on when she was negotiating with Figueroa.

Later on, she is faced with the task of helping her friends deal with Suzanne, and was trying to help wake her up prior to the CERT Correctional Emergency Response Team officers breaking into the prison.

She ended up being one of the first inmates detained and is left unsure of the whereabouts of her friends when the prison buses are arriving and they aren't among the rest of the inmates.

After this, she is loaded on the buses and doesn't appear in the sixth season. She appears briefly in the series finale, continuing her running at the prison to which Alex is sent.

She has an unusually calm, peaceful demeanor, completely out of place in the prison environment, and as such gives no indication about why she might be in prison.

Her calmness shatters, however, when she has a fight with an angry Janae, who deduces that her commitment to spirituality and yoga stems from her having committed a particularly heinous crime, and cruelly suggests that she may have killed a child — leading to Jones snapping and hitting her across the face.

Later, while the two are working in the rec room, Jones explains that while she was a marijuana farmer in California, she accidentally shot and killed an 8-year-old boy she mistook for a deer, and is therefore in prison for manslaughter.

Watson realizes, as she had thought, that Jones is indeed using her yoga and commitment to spirituality to cope with the intense emotional pain and guilt that she feels as a result of her crime.

During the second season, she is seen participating in a hunger strike with Brook, to protest prison conditions. This is also her attempt to protest Janae having been thrown in the SHU, but her efforts are met with indifference by Janae herself, who coldly rebuffs her.

During the fourth season, she is selected to be Judy King's roommate after she gets a private cell. She frequently criticizes Judy's special treatment, while not completely abstaining from some of the benefits.

When Aydin's remains are found, she ends up having a threesome with Judy and Luschek while high on Ecstasy. When she discovers that Judy is being released early due to Poussey's death, she tries to convince her to either refuse to leave in protest or to inform the media of the circumstances of Poussey's death.

In the fifth season, she along with Anita DeMarco join the white supremacists in order to capture Judy. They held her due to the belief she was receiving a supply drop by helicopter, but it turned out to be the press instead.

After Judy is sold to Black Cindy and her friends, she plays a minimal part in the riot and is invited to Freida's bunker.

After she was captured, she was transferred and does not appear in the sixth season. She appears in the series finale at the Ohio prison, encouraging new inmates to be positive saying the same thing she had said to Piper when Piper first came.

Brook Soso played by Kimiko Glenn ; portrayed by Ella Hampton in flashbacks — A younger inmate of Japanese and Scottish descent who first appeared in the second season, and landed in prison due to political activism.

Chatty and somewhat ditzy, Brook attempts to befriend a non-reciprocating Piper, who had been kind to Brook on her first night in prison.

Brook assumes that Piper wants to be friends due to her kind treatment, but finds out it was a ruse when she attempts to sell Brook out to Big Boo to get her blanket back.

Later, Brook has sex with Nicky as part of Nicky's sex game with Big Boo, but manages to annoy her by constantly talking during the entire experience.

Due to her initial refusal to shower, she annoys many of the inmates and is eventually ordered to be forcibly showered by Figeroa.

In response to the prison's cruel treatment, she attempts to stage a hunger strike, which inspires others to join her cause.

In the third season, she attempts to join a group led by Norma but is pushed away by Leanne, who then starts bullying her. Feeling that she was suffering from depression, Healy attempts to prescribe her antidepressants, but this is rebuffed by her new counselor Berdie Rogers.

After Rogers is suspended, Healy refers her to a doctor to see if a prescription is necessary. During her evaluation, she steals a handful of pills — later discovered to be Benadryl — and attempts to overdose on them.

Brook is saved by Poussey, Suzanne, and Taystee, who look after her while she recovers and subsequently takes her into the African-American gang, with the approval of Black Cindy and the reluctant approval of Janae.

Following her suicide attempt, she tells Healy that she feels that he is horrible at his job and that he just makes her feel worse whenever they talk.

In the fourth season, Brook starts dating Poussey, but their relationship gets off to a rocky start when she makes inadvertently racist assumptions about her believing her to have been poor and the daughter of a crack addict.

During a flashback, when she was participating in a door to door petition to prevent a Walmart from being built in her neighborhood, she made a bet with her ex-boyfriend that she could get a registered sex offender in their neighborhood to sign her petition.

After she discovered that the sex offender had to register because he was caught having consensual sex on an empty public beach by another man recording the encounter, she told her ex-boyfriend that he was a child molester that harassed her during her visit to garner sympathy.

Eventually, Brook and Poussey form a loving romance, but their romance is abruptly ended due to Poussey's untimely death. The grieving Brook subsequently saves Suzanne's life after she pulls some bookcases on top of herself in the library.

During the fifth season, it becomes clear that her grief has caused Brook to lose her formerly upbeat, optimistic personality and become more reserved and cynical.

Seeing this, Janae has a heart-to-heart with Brook, who admits that it is anger, rather than sadness that she feels at Poussey's death, and helps her channel her anger by taking her running and giving her boxing lessons.

Their shared resentment and anger cause Brook and Taystee to clash, particularly over how Brook chooses to mourn Poussey, but they eventually make their peace over the new memorial library that Brook sets up in the prison corridors.

At the end of the fifth season, Brook passively resists the CERT officers breaking up the riot by sitting in the middle of Poussey's memorial on her own and refuses to move when ordered to.

Eventually, she has to be physically picked up and carried out by two officers as she watches them destroy Poussey's memorial library. She is last seen boarding one of the buses transporting the prisoners away after the riot, and it is later revealed that she was transferred to Ohio.

She briefly appears in the series finale, in which she is initially seen walking alone in the exercise yard. She is interrupted by Kasey, who has just mustered up the courage to tell Brook that she has feelings for her.

Despite Kasey initially messing up by using offensive terms, as she is still working on moving past her prejudice views, Brook seems charmed by her effort and reciprocates.

Gina Murphy played by Abigail Savage — A member of Red's crew in the prison kitchen, it is implied that she was incarcerated for murder and embezzlement.

She is often seen with Norma Romano. When Red's scheme to sabotage Gloria backfires, Gina's arm is set on fire when an oven which Red had sabotaged explodes in flame.

During the second season, she is seen with shorter hair, several severe burn marks on the side of her neck, and a more sullen demeanor.

She angrily rebuffs several of Red's attempts to win back her friendship but eventually forgives her when Red finally realizes that she hasn't given her the one thing she was looking for, an apology.

Later, she notices Nichols contemplating taking a hit of heroin that she got from Vee's gang and harasses her about it for days, eventually pressuring her to take the heroin to Red.

During the third season, she joins Norma's Cult and also escapes to the lake with all the inmates of Litchfield except Piper, Alex, and Lolly.

She plays a minimal role in the fourth season, however, she helps Luschek prepare the new houses for the new guards.

She is shown once again to be quite knowledgeable about household repair skills such as wiring, lighting, and plumbing.

Later, she cuts herself by accident and Donuts takes her to medical. In the fifth season, she helps restore order to the riot by turning off the alarm but accidentally turns all of the power in the prison in the process.

She isn't seen much for the middle of the riot but is invited to Freida's bunker. Later, she witnesses C. O Piscatella torture Red and Alex and she records a video of it and posts it online.

She along with Norma surrender at the end of the season to the guards. She is removed from Litchfield after the riot and doesn't appear in the sixth season.

However, the footage she filmed of Piscatella torturing Red later helps Piper avoid being charged with his murder. Sister Jane Ingalls played by Beth Fowler ; portrayed by Aubrey Sinn in flashbacks — She is a former nun who is in prison for chaining herself in place at a nuclear facility during a protest, and she helps with services in the prison chapel.

When Sophia finds out she is getting hormone pills, she tries to cozy up to her to obtain some. Instead, she tries to convince Sophia to reconnect with her son.

In line with her faith, Jane accepts Sophia as a close friend and strongly disliked Tiffany's religious fundamentalism during the first season.

She is shown to be rather modernistic and "hip" in her faith and views, and can be very blunt and angry when she needs to be. The second season reveals her past as a nun who first became an activist during the Vietnam War , but seemed more interested in her fame than doing genuine good works.

It is revealed that she was dismissed from her order by the Catholic Church for her actions, but that she has neglected to tell any of the other inmates.

After joining Brook's hunger strike, Jane gets carried away and takes over, cutting out Leanne and Angie, before being hospitalized.

After the incident, a number of nuns gather at the prison and stage a sit-in while Caputo tries desperately to negotiate with Jane.

She only relents after reaching an agreement with Red in the prison hospital—she would eat, but only if Red told the truth about the attack against her.

In the third season, she is one of the inmates that pretends to be Jewish in an effort to gain Kosher meals and was able to convince a rabbi who was screening the "Jewish" women for possible fakers that she was really Jewish, since her Christian teaching gave her enough knowledge of the Jewish faith to be able to persuade him.

During the fourth season, she devises a plan to get sent to the SHU in order to use a smuggled cell phone to take a picture of Sophia and smuggle it to the outside, eventually slapping Gloria in the cafeteria in front of a guard.

On her way to the shower, the phone fell out of her vagina and Caputo reprimands her for possessing it, but then Caputo himself takes the picture and smuggles it out of the prison, resulting in Sophia's release from the SHU.

During the fifth season, when Sophia attempts to visit her by getting herself sent to max, it is revealed that Ingalls has been released on compassionate grounds.

Norma Romano played by Annie Golden ; portrayed by Kristin Parker in flashbacks — Norma is a member of Red's crew who refuses to speak due to insecurity, as she has a severe stutter revealed in flashbacks.

She works in the prison kitchen, and a flashback reveals that she was the first inmate Red interacted with upon her own arrival. She is often seen with Gina Murphy, as the two of them work in the kitchens together and cater to all of Red's needs.

In the first-season finale, Romano steals the show at the Christmas pageant, revealing a beautiful singing voice. After Red's attempt to sabotage Gloria hurts Gina, Norma expresses frustration and angrily storms away from Red, leaving her in tears.

She and Red eventually reconcile, and she attempts to create arsenic to kill Vee after Red's beating. Gloria convinces her that it is a futile effort and that they should hex Vee instead.

During the third season, it is revealed that, in her younger days, she became one of the many wives of a hippie cult leader, warmed by his compassion and kindness to her — it was, in fact, he who suggested that she did not talk if she didn't want to.

Years later, after all of the other wives had long since abandoned him, he had become bitter, twisted and verbally abusive.

Eventually, he had berated her for staying with him for so long. In a surge of anger, she pushed him off of a cliff to his death. Back at the prison, she ends up being the focus of a cult inside of the prison.

She eventually throws Leanne out of the cult after being confronted by Poussey over Brook's suicide attempt. At the end of the third-season finale, Norma is the first inmate to run out of the prison yard towards the lake when the fence is taken down, which inspires all of the other inmates to follow her lead.

In the fourth season, she is once again at Red's side and plays a very minimal role although is still respected by some of her cult friends such as Leanne and Gina.

At the end of the fourth season, she is seen singing to and consoling the grieving Brook Soso, following the death of her girlfriend, Poussey.

During the fifth season, she does not actively participate in the riot, but she is invited to Freida's bunker. She eventually surrenders to the CERT team when they raid the prison at the end of the season.

Following this, she is not seen during the sixth season. In the last episode of the seventh season she makes a cameo appearance.

Leanne Taylor played by Emma Myles — An inmate who was often seen with Tiffany during the first season. She almost fanatically followed everything Tiffany says and was her groupie or right-hand woman.

She is also addicted to drugs and has been seen exchanging sexual favors with Mendez. In the second season, she stands up against Tiffany and is shown to break off into her own character with her friends, leaving Tiffany by herself.

She also was one of the inmates that joined Brook during her hunger strike and attempted to politely suggest that she needed to start bathing before Tiffany interrupted her by bluntly telling Brook that she stank.

During the third season, it is revealed that she was Amish and that she became addicted to drugs during her Rumspringa.

After choosing to be baptized, she was arrested after a bag with her ID in it was found with drugs. She was convinced to go undercover for the police in exchange for immunity and later leaves her community after overhearing her father wondering what to do with her.

Back at the prison, she joins and eventually spearheads a cult based on Norma being able to perform miracles. She soon reveals herself to be cruel, bigoted and mean-spirited, when she starts bullying and discriminating against Brook, who in turn attempts to commit suicide.

After learning of this, Norma dismisses Leanne in anger, leaving her in the same position she left Tiffany — isolated and friendless.

During the fourth season, she is at the meeting Piper was holding to counter Maria's influence and was the first to misinterpret Piper's intentions by saying a racist remark about the Dominicans.

After Poussey's death, she was drunk from the last of her hooch with Angie and expressed all of the problems she believed were caused by Lolly's time machine before the two proceeded to destroy it.

After the inmates take over the prison at the beginning of the fifth season, she steals a CO uniform along with Angie and is running around pulling down the pants of other inmates.

When Angie gets possession of the gun Humphrey smuggled in, the two decided to take advantage and force the guards to do a talent show.

During the show, Stratman does a striptease on her with only a sock covering his penis. Later, when confronting Tiffany, she discovers that Tiffany was hiding Coates from the other inmates, and ends up losing part of a finger when the gun goes off.

She decides to try and get a replacement finger and decides to settle with Stratman's finger. Stratman offers to let her test it out first, and proceeds to finger her and brings her to orgasm before he uses the opportunity to flee the prison.

Angry at Tiffany for her finger, and unsatisfied with the inmate justice that was given to her, she joins Angie and bullies Tiffany until she ends up violating the terms of her inmate probation.

At the end of the season, when the CERT officers remove her from the prison, she sees her mother in the crowd surrounding the prison and shouts to her.

She is transferred and does not appear in the sixth season. During the second season, she was one of the inmates that joined Brook's hunger strike in an attempt to improve prison conditions.

During the third season, she starts believing that Norma is able to perform miracles after a stash of heroin Nicky hid in a light fixture in the laundry room fell out.

After finding the drugs, she shares them with Leanne and finds herself getting threatened by Luschek if she says anything about them.

Later, she joins Norma's cult and is accidentally released months early due to a mistake caused by MCC's new computer system and the incompetence of the new staff.

Believing a miracle has occurred, Angie leaves, but the error is quickly spotted and a low-key search is conducted. Caputo finds Angie at the bus station.

He sits and talks with her, and she apologizes for escaping, admitting that she has nowhere to go. Sympathetic, Caputo drives her back to the prison in his car, promising her that a short stint in SHU will be her only punishment.

During the fourth season, she starts smuggling drugs into the prison by swallowing the drugs while being kissed during visiting hours and defecating the drugs in the shower.

At the end of the season, while she is drunk on the last of Poussey's hooch, she decides to destroy Lolly's time machine after Leanne describes all of the harm that it has done.

During the fifth season, Angie steals a CO uniform and is running around pulling down the pants of other inmates. After they pull down Gloria's pants, the gun she took from Daya drops to the floor, and Angie takes possession of the gun.

Following this, Angie and Leanne force the guards to perform a talent show. After finding Tiffany in the laundry room and eventually discovering that she was hiding Coates from the other inmates, she ends up watching Leanne get her finger shot off after Coates takes the gun.

As a result, she ends up trying to help her get a replacement for her disfigured finger. Also, Angie and Leanne use the incident to get Tiffany tried by other inmates, only for them to continuously bully her until she breaks the "probation" the inmates gave her during her trial.

After the CERT members break up the riot, she is transferred to another prison and does not appear in the sixth season. In contrast to her rougher, more hardened cellmates, Maritza is quite demure and has a playful, sassy personality.

She is often seen with Flaca, with whom she has a rivalry and close friendship; she is generally portrayed as somewhat more intelligent than her friend.

On Valentine's Day, she and Flaca are having an intimate conversation in the kitchen, and when Flaca gives her a friendly peck on the lips, the two end up passionately kissing.

They initially laugh in shock, before Flaca breaks down in tears, and Maritza consoles her, looking visibly shaken herself.

She has a child on the outside. In the third season, she is distraught when Flaca is accepted to another work detail but reunites with her friend when she joins Piper's used panty business.

At the end of the season, she replaces Tiffany as the prison van driver after Tiffany faked a seizure to get away from Officer Coates.

In the fourth season, it is revealed that before her incarceration she was a small-time con artist who worked at an upscale nightclub, wherein she would fill empty bottles of expensive vodka with water, deliberately drop them and then panic about being fired in order to claim the price of the original drink from the people that she convinces had tripped her.

One of her victims sees right through her and offers her in to his own, more elaborate confidence trick to steal expensive cars, which involved pretending to be a car saleswoman to entice middle-aged men to go on a test drive, while simultaneously pretending to be their trophy wife to get the keys, and stealing the car once the drive was over.

On her first attempt, a salesman gets in the car with them, and when both men grow suspicious, she improvised by pretending to be travel-sick, before getting into the car without them and driving off.

Back in prison, when Maria starts a rival panty-smuggling business to Piper's, she uses Maritza to smuggle the panties out of the prison by hiding them in the wheel arches of the van and transferring them to Maria's cousin when she drops the COs off at their house.

She also becomes friendly with McCullough, the CO who supervises her. When the COs spot the smuggler, she pretends he is a gardener and says "Follow me" in Spanish to him, not knowing that CO Humphrey can understand her.

He reveals that he knows she's up to something, so she decides to draw the attention of the COs to her contact, threatening him into not returning.

Humphrey overhears her talking with Flaca about whether she would rather eat ten dead houseflies or one live baby mouse, so, during a later shift change, he takes her in his house, holds her at gunpoint, and forces her to partake in a real-life version of that choice.

Maritza eventually chooses the live baby mouse, and later shares the horror of the experience to Flaca. After Poussey's death, she and Flaca overhear the white supremacist inmates discussing retaliation against Poussey's friends, following this, the two decide to practice how to react to the press if they are interviewed.

During the uprising at the end of the season, she sees Humphrey attempting to unholster a gun, and she pushes him to the ground before he can use it.

Following the start of the riot, Maritza and Flaca obtain smartphones, and begin to use them to film vlog posts detailing their makeup regime within the confines of the prison system, something that gradually earns them a following on YouTube which, by the time the riot comes to an end, has become big enough that many of their fans have crowded outside the prison to wave banners in support and in the hope of seeing them when the riot breaks up.

As the CERT officers storm the prison, Maritza and Flaca film their last video, and refuse to co-operate with the officers.

One of them fires a pepper bullet and blinds Maritza just long enough to restrain her. Outside, as the inmates are being loaded onto their buses, Maritza is stopped from getting on the same bus Flaca was getting on.

Distraught at being separated from her friend, she shouts to her that she loves her. While Maritza does not appear in the sixth season, Flaca mentions on her prison radio show with Cindy that she was sent to a prison miles away while responding to Cindy's anonymous letter.

Maritza reappears in the seventh season at a nightclub in New York while on parole. She wins a dancing contest at the club, which causes her to get noticed by some NBA players.

After sleeping with one of them, he offers to fly her to Los Angeles for a weekend, but she declines due to her friend reminding her that her parole prohibits her from leaving the state.

While out at another night club, she is arrested in an ICE raid due to her not having any identification on her proving she is a U.

Borrowing money from Blanca, she buys a phone card to call a lawyer but her card runs out of money before she can give them any useful information.

She reunites with Flaca when Flaca is chosen for a cooking detail with the immigrant detainees and asks her to contact her mother for her U.

Unknown to Maritza, her mother informs Flaca that she was actually born in Colombia , and is not a U. Gloria gives her a toll-free number she can use to contact a pro bono immigration lawyer and she gives the number to the other detainees despite threats that the facility can shut the phones down to stop them from calling, which is noticed by two ICE agents.

Despite her attempts to get help from a lawyer, she is eventually given orders for deportation and is last seen being put on a chartered aircraft to be deported along with several other migrants.

Stella Carlin played by Ruby Rose — A young Australian inmate introduced in the third season, assigned to the prison's new garment factory with Piper.

Strikingly beautiful, androgynous and intelligent, but also somewhat mysterious, she takes an immediate shine to Piper, and the two become fast friends.

Stella is the first to volunteer for Piper's new used panty business and provides her with additional support in its management, all the while openly flirting with her.

As Piper and Alex's relationship starts to suffer due to Alex's paranoia and Piper's darker personality, she and Stella become closer, and eventually kiss, although Stella continues to maintain a respectful distance at Piper's request, to spare Alex's feelings.

Later, when Piper and Alex decide to break up, she asks Stella to become her partner both professionally and personally , despite the fact that Stella's release date is imminent.

Shortly before Stella is released, however, she steals all of the money Piper has made from the business. Piper quickly deduces based on the fact that only three people knew where the phone she used to transfer the money was kept that it was Stella, and confronts her.

Stella begs for forgiveness, justifying herself by the fact that her family is all back in Australia, she has no money left, and that she will have no place to go upon her release.

Piper at first appears to forgive her and states that she can keep the money. Shortly afterward, Piper turns up at Stella's cubicle and gives her a kiss goodbye, which confuses Stella, as she still has a couple of days left.

At that moment, the COs arrive and search her bunk, discovering some contraband items that Piper had planted. As Stella is removed with the possibility of facing an extended sentence in maximum security, Piper gives her a final, cold smile, showing her the "Trust No Bitch" tattoo that Stella herself had given her.

In the fourth season, she is briefly seen in max with Nicky. In their brief interaction, it is shown that they are engaging in physical intimacy, although Nicky promptly dumps Stella when she takes delivery of heroin from a guard, with Nicky stating that she wants nothing to do with her if she is using drugs.

Stella does not appear for the remainder of the series, as she had left Litchfield sometime after her encounter with Nicky.

However, during the sixth season, inmate Madison Murphy reveals while demanding that Piper fill up her commissary as payment for arranging for Alex to be moved next door to her cell that Stella, out of anger, had provided her with a lot of dirt on Piper, including the fact that she came from money.

Piper learns that when DeMarco first arrived in prison many years earlier, she had a heart attack, and now sleeps with a face mask and CPAP machine.

DeMarco was a constant roommate of Miss Rosa, and seems to have a steady stream of newbies who stay in her room until the newbies are assigned permanent bunks.

Maureen Kukudio played by Emily Althaus — A younger inmate introduced in the third season, Maureen becomes an obsessive fan of Suzanne's new erotica series, which she began writing in the drama class they both attended.

She perpetually irritates Suzanne by offering her ideas for her upcoming chapters and writing her own fan-fiction. As time progresses, however, it becomes clear that Maureen is romantically interested in Suzanne, who becomes nervous, as she has never actually had a girlfriend or any sexual experience — she writes her erotica almost entirely from imagination.

She backs out of a sexual liaison with Maureen in one of the storage closets, due to her apprehension and lack of sexual experience, but the two continue to flirt, and they are brought closer in the final scene when Suzanne retrieves a terrapin that Maureen threw away after it bit her foot.

At the beginning of the fourth season, she attempts to get closer to Suzanne, but Suzanne turns her away after she discovers her to be quite a strange person.

She decides to stay in the woods and is discovered hiding in one of the houses by Caputo later that night. Although her offense is unknown, when Caputo read her file he is visibly shocked and horrified and other inmates also imply she did something bad.

Later on during the season, she appears to reconcile with Suzanne and meets her in the cleaning closet. As revenge for leaving her in the woods, Maureen sexually stimulates Suzanne in the closet, but intentionally leaves her unsatisfied.

During the lockdown after Aydin's remains were found, she volunteers to fight Suzanne and after repeatedly taunting Suzanne, she is brutally beaten and is sent to medical, with the right side of her face badly bruised and her right eye swollen shut.

Nevertheless, she is visibly glad to see that Suzanne is moved into the bed next to her. During the fifth season, when CO Humphrey is brought into the facility and put between the two, Maureen attempts to impress Suzanne by blowing oxygen bubbles into Humphrey's IV tube.

This causes him to have an air embolism, which resulted in a stroke which ultimately kills him. Later on, Suzanne takes Maureen out of bed and helps her to the cafeteria to join the other rioters, and the two organize a seance at the site of Poussey's death.

At the end of the fifth season, when Suzanne is starting to have a meltdown owing to not taking her medication, she finds Maureen almost unconscious in the bathroom.

Her condition has deteriorated due to an infection and the lack of medical attention and she is taken back to her bed in medical.

When CERT storms the prison, she physically lashes out at the officers who have come to empty the medical center and is roughly pulled from her bed in retaliation.

A few days later, after Alex returns from the hospital from being treated for her broken arm, she reveals to Piper that Maureen ultimately died of her infection.

In the first and second seasons, she is shown to be somewhat ill-tempered and antisocial, though widely accepted. In the third season, her secretive everyday routine and murky past are revealed.

Chang emigrated to the U. However, he rejects her upon seeing her, mostly because of her skin disorder. To pay off her debts, Chang worked in a Chinese herbal medicinal shop for her brother.

Stating that he has no better use for her and that she is practically invisible, Chang's brother sends her out to accompany the gang members who purchase and distribute illegal medicines to shops like theirs.

During a transaction with a Korean smuggler, Chang revealed herself to be sharper and more ruthless than she let on when she discovered that the products were fake, prompting the smuggler to attack the gangster who had accompanied her.

She saves the gangster's life by knocking out the smuggler with a tire iron, and he promises to repay her. She has the gangster and his associates bring her the businessman who spurned her.

During the confrontation, the businessman curses and spits at her, prompting her to order the gangsters to cut out his gallbladder as she leaves.

In prison, she maintains a set of rituals which confuse the other inmates and makes her own food using what she can smuggle out of the canteen and obtain from the commissary.

She spends her afternoons watching Chinese TV shows on a smartphone she keeps hidden in one of the prison sheds and keeps a bag of tangerines hidden in the long grass near the prison fence.

Despite her solitary behavior, she appears to enjoy observing the other inmates around her. At the beginning of the fourth season, she declines to go to the lake with most of the other prisoners, and instead uses the incident as an opportunity to take a private shower.

In the fifth season, as the riot is going on, she escapes through the hole in the fence made by another inmate in a failed escape attempt.

However, in the sixth season, it is revealed that she was eventually caught, and transferred to another prison.

She makes one more appearance at the end of the seventh season at the immigration detention facility Blanca and Maritza were detained in.

She wanders out of the prison and is seen at a bar by Caputo, whereupon she is returned to the prison.

Later, she jumps off the raised stage in the chapel, thinking she is jumping into a swimming pool and breaks her arm.

The prison system decides that her care is too expensive and grants her a "compassionate release," which amounts to them dropping her off at a bus stop to be left to her own devices, completely senile and incapable of caring for herself.

Lolly Whitehill played by Lori Petty ; portrayed by Christina Brucato in flashbacks — Lolly is first seen on the plane that is taking Piper to Chicago at the beginning of the second season.

While in Chicago, she is attacked in the prison yard after getting in a confrontation with another prisoner. During the third season, she is transferred to Litchfield and starts a trend of inmates requesting kosher meals.

She seemed to have an obsession with Alex and is seen keeping notes of her daily routine. During a work detail, she breaks a window and keeps a piece of glass from the window.

She is confronted by Alex in the bathroom and attempts to use the glass shard to defend herself before being overpowered and nearly strangled by Alex in a panic.

During their struggle, Lolly claims that she is being framed for treason by the NSA and that the prison is bugged, and is revealed to be paranoid and delusional.

At the beginning of the fourth season, she finds Aydin attempting to choke Alex to death in the prison greenhouse, and pushes him off of her and knocks him unconscious.

The following day, she helps Alex and Frieda chop up his body and buries it in the garden. She becomes extremely paranoid and believes that Aydin was a government agent, later believing that a drone she sees flying over the prison is the government targeting her in retaliation for killing him in reality, the drone was the paparazzi taking pictures of Judy behind bars.

Flashbacks to her time before prison show her as a young reporter. While young Lolly was gifted and enthusiastic, she frequently pestered her boss with allegations that various local businesses were involved in high-level schemes, which clashed with her low-level community news assignments.

Her paranoia began early in her professional life, which caused her to distrust and unnerve her boss. It is also shown that she began hearing voices in her head.

Eventually, she was fired from her job and offloaded from her family, who attempted to move her into a halfway house. Terrified and paranoid about her new surroundings, Lolly runs away, eventually becoming homeless, where she functions as a generally good-natured, but highly paranoid person.

She is arrested after threatening two police officers that asked her to leave the area. She is taken under Healy's wing and confesses that she killed Aydin to him, but her confession is dismissed as a delusion.

Healy was able to convince her that Aydin's death was a delusion, before putting her on a treatment plan.

She tries to build a time machine, which other inmates used as a makeout area. After Aydin's remains are found, Healy gets her sent to psych.

She reappears in the sixth season after the inmates from the riot are transferred to max, while Suzanne is getting an evaluation.

Later on, she speaks to Maria after she is sent to psych when the guards are accusing her of attempting suicide after she was pushed into the toilet.

She spent a lot of time with Suzanne at their chicken farm until it was shut down due to drugs. Originally opting to go to an alternative prison, she decides to spend her time in prison at Litchfield.

At the end of the third season, she reports for her sentence, but she becomes upset after she finds the reception room empty due to most of the guards going on strike prior to her arrival.

At the beginning of the fourth season, she surrenders to Luschek in the prison mailroom and later starts a friendship with him. Due to her celebrity status, Caputo starts giving her special treatment under orders from MCC, to include giving her a private room and looking the other way when she possessed contraband.

Charming, charismatic and generally quite friendly, Judy quickly manages to make friends amongst the other inmates despite the special treatment she receives.

Against her wishes, Healy decides to make her teach a cooking class, and she used Poussey as an assistant. Impressed with her, she gave Poussey her contact information so she can seek a job in her company after she got out.

While in prison, a racist puppet show she did in the 80s was leaked onto the internet, and as a result, she believes that the black inmates are planning to jump her in retaliation.

She later finds out that they were just trying to get a picture of her to sell to the paparazzi. Deciding to go along with it, she takes a picture of herself kissing Black Cindy, and then pretends to be in a relationship with her.

After learning about Luschek's guilt for getting Nicky sent to max, she uses her money and influence to get Nicky returned to minimum security and demands that Luschek has sex with her for her trouble.

When the prison was put on lockdown after Aydin's remains were found, she gets Yoga Jones, Luschek, and herself high on Ecstasy and has a threesome with them.

At the end of the fourth season, MCC decides to release her early due to Poussey's death, and backdate her release on the paperwork so it would appear she was already gone when Poussey died.

Before she could get out of the prison, she was caught in the uprising that started after Taystee informed the other prisoners that Bayley wasn't being arrested for Poussey's death.

During the fifth season, when her attempt to get out of the prison fails, she attempts to hide from the other inmates only to end up being captured by the white supremacist inmates.

Taystee and her crew end up negotiating to get possession of Judy, so they can use her to release a statement to the press, and prior to giving the statement Black Cindy used her for slave labor.

Before Judy can give the prepared statement, she is interrupted by Taystee, who ends up completing the statement and releasing her.

Following her release, Judy appears on a primetime news show with Aleida and reveals her experiences behind bars, before revealing that Daya shot Humphrey at the beginning of the riot, although not mentioning either one by name.

After Judy described the shooter to Aleida, she immediately knew that Judy was talking about her daughter. Judy reappears near the end of the seventh season after her new book is mentioned and distributed among the inmates at Litchfield.

At her office, she received a call from Taystee, who tells her about her idea to start a loan system for inmates to get them on their feet after they get released.

With her help, Taystee is able to get the Poussey Washington Fund started. The two quickly clash over their shared space in the bunk, which escalates into a turf war, all the while trading barbs over their respective religions, which leads Cindy to give her the nickname " Jihad ".

They eventually overcame their differences, due to their mutual hatred of Scientology , and formed a truce in an attempt to take a picture of Judy to sell to the paparazzi with her smuggled cell phone she hides in her hijab.

She was previously shown texting her child, Farah, on the phone. At the end of the fourth season, while the black inmates are grieving Poussey's death, she lowers her hijab and reveals her hair shown to be bright red , which brings some comic relief for her friends.

During the fifth season, she joins her friends during the riot, and when Taystee is made the spokeswoman for the demands to end the riot, she helps take the tally to prepare it for the negotiators.

Flashbacks reveal that she was married, and her husband Hassan eventually found another woman to take as his second wife. Over time, she would become upset when her husband's second wife Sahar would spend more time with Hassan and she would have less say in how Farah was raised.

As the riot continued, she eventually takes off her prison uniform and puts on a CO's uniform. Along with Cindy, she stops Suzanne from pushing Humphrey in a wheelchair to Taystee, which would have endangered negotiations.

At the end of the fifth season, after the CERT officers breach the prison, she removes her hijab before leaving the prison.

She is concerned about her friends as the buses pull up to take the inmates away. She appears briefly in the series finale at a prison in Ohio, coaching Janae's running practice.

Kasey Sankey played by Kelly Karbacz — An inmate with white supremacist leanings although she insists on being called a " white nationalist ," and resents being called a neo-Nazi , insisting that there is a difference between the two who arrives at the prison at the beginning of the fourth season, along with two skinhead friends of hers; Brandy Epps and Helen "Skinhead Helen" Van Maele.

Kasey immediately antagonizes the non-white inmates, first causing trouble when she leads her friends in an attack on Blanca following an argument over the TV.

Following this, Kasey is jumped by a group of Blanca's friends, consisting of Maria, Ramona, and Ouija. Later, when Piper was attempting to start a watch group to counteract Maria's takeover of the prison, she misinterpreted Piper's intentions as a desire to start a white supremacist group and started a "white lives matter" chant with the other inmates in the room.

During a gang activity meeting led by Officer Dixon, she told him about the used panty business, which eventually resulted in both Piper and Maria's businesses being shut down.

After Aydin's remains are found, she is taken to the visitor area to await further interrogation. The guard monitoring the group, Officer Humphrey, plays a cruel prank on her by pulling her chair out from under her.

She is laughed at by most of the inmates in the room, but when Humphrey tries to instigate a fight between her and Suzanne, she declines and watches in obvious dismay as Suzanne becomes unhinged and violently beats Maureen to within an inch of her life.

Disgusted by the incident, Kasey and some of the other white supremacists approach Suzanne's friends in the African-American group, and later Maria's gang, to enlist them in going after Humphrey, admitting that her hatred of him far outweighs her racist beliefs.

She is hit in the face by Janae after she makes an insensitive remark while Poussey's body is being removed from the prison, which almost resulted in a fight between her gang and Poussey's friends.

At the end of the fourth season, she is at the front of the crowd of white inmates in the riot and loudly tries to encourage Daya to shoot Humphrey.

In the fifth season, Kasey's gang is taken captive and locked in the pantry with Frieda by CO's Stratman and Blake, but eventually, they break out with Frieda's ingenuity.

They then take Judy King hostage with Yoga Jones and Anita DeMarco, and attempt to ransom her for a supply drop from what turns out to be a media helicopter; Kasey does not join her friends owing to her shocking discovery that her friend she gave permission to sleep with her husband while she was locked up is forming a loving relationship with him and their daughter.

She became especially upset after seeing a social media post with her daughter being given a cake based on The Little Mermaid , a story she dislikes, and states that she lives in a small town resulting in everybody knowing about what is going on.

As the season progresses, Kasey's gang form an unlikely bond with Ouija and Pidge, Maria Ruiz's two henchwomen, which grows when they set up a coffee parlor together.

While at the parlor, she reveals her musical talents when she is playing the ukulele while singing Good Riddance Time of Your Life in front of the other prisoners.

Later on, she goes to the pharmacy to get some pain relievers from Lorna, but after initially being offered Advil Lorna rescinded the offer after Kasey made a racist remark about the Latino inmates.

When the CERT officers storm the prison at the end of the riot, Kasey's gang ultimately invites Ouija and Pidge to join them in fighting them off.

The five then barricade themselves inside a dorm room and, between them, manage to take down several officers before being restrained. Following this, she is removed from Litchfield and doesn't appear in the sixth season.

Kasey appears briefly in the series finale at the Ohio facility, in which she is shown using a Haiku to tell Brook that she has feelings for her.

It is also revealed that she is trying to move away from her white supremacist views and is reading Rising out of Hatred by Eli Saslow.

Unlike Kasey, who resents the term, she is proud of the title "neo-Nazi" and sports a German tattoo as well as a Confederate flag tattoo on the back of her neck.

During the riot, her gang captured Judy when she was trying to escape at night, and shortly after Taystee tried to get Judy to use her to read off their demands Brandy sold Judy to Black Cindy for some rainbow unicorn stickers, a Anne Geddes babies calendar, and several other art items to the ire of Kasey.

Despite their white supremacist views, her and Helen become good friends with Ouija and Pidge, who are both of Dominican heritage.

Brandy at one point relates to them that she was featured in a Barista -themed magazine for her coffee-making brilliance, before noting that she ended up in the prison because she combined her professional and racial beliefs and got arrested for poisoning several customers who were Jewish or black at her coffee house.

After Helen finished her poem at the coffee shop, she encouraged Ouija to get in front of the other inmates and do impressions of Lorna, Nicky, and Red.

At the end of the season, her gang, as well as her new friends, barricade themselves to battle the CERT officers that are breaking up the riot and were captured with the rest of the inmates.

Following this, she is not seen in the sixth season. Like Brandy, she embraces being a neo-Nazi and sports several Nazi tattoos and a shaved head.

She first appears in the fourth season and joins the white supremacist group Piper accidentally formed when she was trying to shut down Maria's competing used panty business.

The guards release them after Freida tricks them into thinking that she poisoned them. She helps capture Judy when she was trying to flee the prison and keep her prisoner until Brandy auctions her off.

During the auction, she showed her love for unicorns when she got excited after Black Cindy offered unicorn stickers in exchange for Judy.

Despite her white supremacist views, she along with Brandy become good friends with Ouija and Pidge, who are both of Dominican heritage, and they start a coffee shop with the Dominicans during the riot.

Sie konnte Daya dazu überreden, ihre Kunstwerke aus dem Ferienlager wegzuwerfen, ihre neuen Freundschaften rasch aufzugeben und der Lieblingsbeschäftigung ihrer Mutter, TV-Serien schauen, nachzugehen.

Marisol ist wegen Betruges mit gefälschten Drogen inhaftiert. Sie ist meist sehr auffällig geschminkt. Sie verbindet eine innige Freundschaft mit der ebenfalls inhaftierten Maritza Ramos.

Die beiden hängen oft zusammen herum und verhalten sich wie pubertierende Schulmädchen, oft zum Leidwesen der anderen Latinas. Zum Ende der 5.

Staffel werden die beiden voneinander getrennt und in verschiedene Gefängnisse gebracht. Die ausgesprochen clevere Gloria Mendoza ist die Mutter von zwei Kindern und auch für die jüngeren Latinas im Gefängnis eine Mutterfigur.

In der ersten Staffel konkurriert sie mit Red um den Küchendienst, der ihr in der zweiten Staffel auch zugewiesen wird. Sie passt auf Daya auf, da deren leibliche Mutter Aleida keinerlei mütterliche Fähigkeiten besitzt und ihre eigenen Interessen über die ihrer Tochter stellt.

In der dritten Staffel verliert Gloria ihre Position als Küchenchefin wieder an Red, als sie sich telefonisch um ihren pubertierenden Sohn kümmert, ohne ihre Aufsicht in der Küche alles drunter und drüber geht und Norma eine magische Behandlung durchführt.

Vor ihrer Inhaftierung arbeitete Cindy als Sicherheitsbeamtin am Flughafen. Sie ist sehr selbstsicher, extrovertiert und übernimmt die Rolle eines Clowns.

Vee findet über sie heraus, dass sie ihre Zukunft aufgegeben hat und kann sie darüber enger in ihre Organisation einbinden.

Cindy muss die Herstellung der falschen Zigarettenhüllen aus gebrauchten Tamponhülsen übernehmen. In der dritten Staffel gibt sie vor, jüdisch zu sein, um mit koscherem Essen eine bessere Verpflegung zu bekommen.

Als auch andere Gefangene für eine bessere Verpflegung behaupten jüdisch zu sein, untersuchte ein Rabbi die Religionszugehörigkeit der Gefangenen.

In dieser Untersuchung bekennt sich Cindy auch wegen der Glaubensinhalte zum Judentum, woraufhin der Rabbi ihr die Erlaubnis gibt zu konvertieren.

Poussey ist zu Beginn der Serie eine junge, offen lesbische Insassin in Litchfield. Ihre beste Freundin ist Taystee, zusammen arbeiten sie in der Bibliothek der Anstalt.

Ihre gut gelaunte, positive Art sowie ihre Weltläufigkeit bringen ihr an jedem Ort schnell Freunde, was in Rückblenden der Serie oft gezeigt wird.

Aus Scham und wohl auch als Ergebnis väterlicher Einschüchterung zog sich ihre deutsche Freundin zurück, woraufhin Poussey, am Boden zerstört, den deutschen Oberstleutnant zu töten versuchte.

Ihr eigener Vater konnte dies verhindern. Poussey wollte daraufhin ein neues Leben in Amsterdam beginnen, wurde jedoch kurz darauf wegen unerlaubten Betretens von Privateigentum und dem Verkauf von etwa 15 Gramm Marihuana zu einer Gefängnisstrafe verurteilt.

Poussey kann aus Früchten wie Mandarinen und Orangen im Gefängnis heimlich Alkohol herstellen, den sie auch zu verkaufen versucht. Sie empfindet romantische Zuneigung für ihre beste Freundin Taystee, die aber wegen der unterschiedlichen sexuellen Präferenz nicht erwidert wird.

Sie ist eines der Opfer von Vee, die mit einer Divide et impera -Überlebensstrategie in der zweiten Staffel die Kontrolle über die afroamerikanischen Litchfield-Insassen ausübt und fast die Freundschaft zwischen Poussey und Taystee zerstört.

Beim Versuch, diese Demonstration aufzulösen, wird die zierliche Poussey durch Baxter Bayley, einen abgelenkten, unerfahrenen Wärter, am Boden erstickt und stirbt.

Ihre Leiche verbleibt einen Tag lang in der Cafeteria des Gefängnisses, da das Presseteam des Gefängnisses an einer öffentlichen Legende gegen Poussey arbeitet, um ihren gewaltsamen Tod zu rechtfertigen und Untersuchungen der Bundesbehörden gegen das Gefängnis zu vermeiden.

Das Presseteam des Gefängnisses scheitert daran, da Poussey als zierliche, gut aussehende, fröhliche Tochter eines US-Generals der Öffentlichkeit nicht wie gewünscht als gewalttätig vermittelt werden kann und erfindet stattdessen die Geschichte von dem unzureichend ausgebildeten und kleinkriminellen Wärter Baxter Bayley, der sofort aus dem Justizvollzugsunternehmen MCC, dem Litchfield gehört, entlassen werden soll.

Direktor Caputo verliest die vorbereitete Pressemeldung jedoch nicht und verteidigt das Vorgehen Bayleys gegen Poussey, deren Namen er vor den Kameras nicht erwähnt.

An der Presseerklärung entfacht sich am Ende der vierten Staffel ein gewaltsamer Aufstand in Litchfield. Sie zeigen, wie Poussey mit Freunden nach Brooklyn fuhr und sich in der Stadt verirrte, als sie dem Dieb ihres Handys nachlief.

Auf der Suche nach ihren Freunden fragte sie Dragqueens nach einem Handy und wurde kurz darauf in einen postmodernen Club zum Tanzen eingeladen. In der U-Bahn von New York beobachtete sie einen Musiker mit einem Hang , junge Männer der Partyszene, die jungen Frauen Alkohol anboten und sie in ein Gespräch verwickeln wollten, ein Kind, das von seiner schlafenden Mutter etwas Geld stiehlt und einen lächelnden Sikh.

Mit Mönchen auf Fahrrädern fuhr sie an ein Flussufer in New York und unterhielt sich mit einem von ihnen, während sie sich einen Joint teilten.

Während der Tod dieses Charakters von Eric Garner inspiriert war, orientiert sich die Dramaturgie um ihren Tod an der Biografie von Martin Luther King , in welcher die Bürgerrechtsbewegung mit friedlichen Protestaktionen begann, bis sie als Reaktion auf Kings Ermordung, welcher Gewaltlosigkeit und Friedfertigkeit predigte, letztendlich in gewalttätige Aufstände mündete.

Die Umstände ihrer Gefängnisstrafe sind unbekannt. Sie ist mit Nicky und später auch mit Pennsatucky befreundet. Ihr Leben lang kämpfte sie darum, die Person sein zu dürfen, die sie ist und hat bis in die Gegenwart Probleme mit Wut-, sowie Angstbewältigung und Vertrauen.

Einer der Aufseher in Litchfield, welcher meist nur Bennett genannt wird. Er beginnt eine romantische Beziehung mit Dayanara Diaz, im Verlauf derer sie schwanger wird.

In der dritten Staffel macht er Dayanara einen Heiratsantrag, flüchtet jedoch aufgrund ihrer zwischenzeitlichen Spielchen und von Drohungen ihrer Mutter sowie nach einem ziemlich ernüchternden Besuch bei Dayanaras Stiefvater Caesar, und seiner Familie, der ihn in seinem Entschluss bestärkt, sich mit ihrer Familie nicht einlassen zu wollen.

Er ist ein ziemlich unbeliebter Gefängniswärter in Litchfield, der sich gegen Geld oder Gefälligkeiten von Insassinnen oral befriedigen lässt, und es auch sonst mit den Gefängnisvorschriften nur so genau nimmt, wie es ihm passt.

Unter anderem trägt er die Schuld am Selbstmord der jungen, drogensüchtigen Trish, schafft es aber, dies zu vertuschen. So veranlassen sie Daya, Mendez zu verführen.

Sie lässt sich beim gemeinsamen Sex mit ihm von Caputo in flagranti erwischen und sagt, sie sei vergewaltigt worden. Da Figueroa kein Aufsehen haben will, wird Mendez zunächst nur kurz suspendiert, aber nach seiner Rückkehr, bei der Entdeckung von Dayas Schwangerschaft durch die Gefängnisleitung, endgültig gefeuert.

Er landet wegen Vergewaltigung in einem Männergefängnis, wo ihn seine Mutter wegen der Adoption von Dayas Kind besucht. Ihre beste Freundin im Gefängnis ist Angie, die ebenfalls drogenabhängig ist und mit der sie kaum Gelegenheiten auslässt, sich zu betäuben.

Sie trinken von Pousseys selbstgemachtem Fruchtalkohol, stehlen Muskatnusspulver in der Küche oder das von Nicky vor Vee versteckte Heroin für gemeinsame Momente des Rausches.

Leanne will unbedingt Teil einer Gemeinschaft sein, ist aber eine stark an Autorität orientierte Person, die sich ihren Idolen willig als rechte Hand und Sprachrohr andient, um sich selbst die übrige Gruppe unterzuordnen.

Daneben zeigt sie einige typischen Verhaltensweisen von Drogenabhängigen. Ihre Regeln gelten nur für andere und die Ausgrenzung von Menschen, die nicht ihr, sondern ihrem Idol folgen und sich so mit ihr gleichstellen, ist ihr bevorzugtes Mittel.

Für so entstehende Mitgliederverluste gibt sie ebenfalls anderen die Schuld. Leanne gehört erst zur religiösen Gruppe um Pennsatucky, die von sich selbst glaubt, eine religiöse Mission zu erfüllen, bis sie in psychiatrischer Behandlung ist.

Poussey, die wie Soso von Leanne ausgegrenzt und gemobbt wird, kritisierte Norma deswegen vor ihrer Gruppe scharf. Norma ist eine Insassin, die wegen Totschlags an ihrem Lebensgefährten inhaftiert ist.

Sie leidet unter Mutismus, und obwohl sie theoretisch in der Lage ist zu sprechen, verzichtet sie wegen eines starken Stotterproblems darauf.

Ihrer Umwelt kann sie sich durch Zettel und Gesten mitteilen. Das repressive, deprimierende und darwinistische Umfeld der Gefangenen verstärkt ihre Bedürfnisse nach Gemeinschaft, Wunderglaube, Geborgenheit, Bestimmung und Hoffnung.

Norma praktizierte zuerst mit Gloria die südamerikanische Volksmagie Santeria , bis Norma sie auch allein praktizieren will und Gloria die Zusammenarbeit beendet.

Danach konzentrieren sich ihre Methoden auf Gesten und Berührungen. Durch Stummheit und aufmerksames Zuhören allein kann sie Ratsuchenden bereits oft helfen, Zettel und Stift benutzt sie im Kreis ihrer spirituellen Gruppe nur für Leanne.

Sie übt nur wenig direkten Einfluss auf ihre spirituelle Gruppe aus, das meiste wird von dieser Gruppe auf Norma projiziert.

Güte ist dennoch eines ihrer spirituellen Motive. Vor allem verlangte er nun von Norma, zu sprechen. Stella ist eine australische Insassin in Litchfield, die nur kurze Zeit einsitzen sollte.

Mitwisser, die das Gespräch beobachten, glauben daraufhin, Stella kann Piper erfolgreich überlisten. Stella wird daraufhin ins Hochsicherheitsgefängnis überführt.

Als das Gefängnis privatisiert wird, wird er nach einer kurzen Zusammenarbeit mit dem unerfahrenen Sohn des Konzernchefs selbst Direktor.

Zunächst als stellvertretender Direktor an der Seite der Wachbeamten als ihr Interessenvertreter, werden die Wachbeamten mit seiner Beförderung zu seinen Untergebenen.

Wegen des Streiks der angestellten Wachen, deren Stelle auf Teilzeitniveau gestrichen wurde, und wegen der Zusammenlegung eines anderen Gefängnisses mit Litchfield, fordert er sechs Wachen aus dem Hochsicherheitstrakt an.

Caputo spielt und spielte in Garagen-Bands, u. Er gab seine Musik-Karriere auf und wurde Gefängniswärter in Litchfield, als seine Freundin und spätere Frau mit dem Kind eines anderen Bandmitglieds schwanger wurde.

Brook, japanisch-schottischer Abstammung, kommt als Aktivistin ins Gefängnis. Sie bemüht sich sehr um neue Kontakte und Freundschaften im Gefängnis, welches sie anfangs für ein Ferienlager hielt, ist aber unter ihren Mitgefangenen als Plappermaul verschrien.

Sie weint oft und ist deprimiert, weil sie sich sehr einsam fühlt. Für etwas Gesellschaft und zum Schutz vor Boo schläft sie mit Nicky. Brook erklärt daraufhin, dass Gefängnisstrafen gar nicht cool, sondern schlimm seien und ihr Leben zerstören würden und dass der Wunsch, ins Gefängnis zu gehen, dumm wäre.

Meadow bemängelt Brooks Undankbarkeit, denn immerhin sei sie drei Stunden lang nach Litchfield gefahren — Brook beendet daraufhin ihre Freundschaft, indem sie ihr versichert, es nie wieder tun zu müssen.

Brook muss einsehen, sich ihr Leben lang mit Menschen umgeben zu haben, die sie überhaupt nicht mögen, was sie noch tiefer in ihre Depressionen zieht.

Da die Beratung durch Healey, der ihr dazu rät, schön für sich zu bleiben und nicht den Kontakt zu anderen zu suchen, ihr nicht hilft, möchte sie den Betreuer wechseln, doch Healy verschreibt ihr stattdessen Antidepressiva.

Dieser Verlust versetzt sie erneut in tiefe Trauer, sie errichtet ihrer toten Freundin ein Denkmal aus Büchern, da Washington Bücher so sehr liebte.

Blanca Flores ist dominikanischer Abstammung und eine Insassin, die wenig auf ihre Körperpflege achtet. Anfangs scheint sie geistig verwirrt, interagiert nach der Einweisung in die Psychiatrie mehr.

Um die unbezahlte Arbeit im Gefängnis nicht machen zu müssen, stellt Blanca ihre Körperpflege ein. Er ist schwul und wurde als Kind von seinen Eltern in ein Umerziehungslager für Homosexuelle geschickt.

Gegen Schwarze und Latinas zeigt er rassistische Tendenzen, so setzt er Piper in eine Arbeitsgruppe gegen Bandenbildung im Gefängnis an, die damit ihr geheimes Geschäft mit gestohlener Unterwäsche schützen will.

Als Piscatella von Caputo für seine Befehlsverweigerung zur Rede gestellt wird, kann Piscatella zunächst damit drohen, seine Mannschaft wieder aus dem Gefängnis abzuziehen und das überfüllte Litchfield einer unausgebildeten und unterbesetzten Wärterschaft zu überlassen, wenn ihm nicht freie Hand gelassen wird.

In Staffel 5 findet er einen Weg in das Gefängnis und fesselt und knebelt mehrere Insassinnen, jedoch wird er von anderen überwältigt und betäubt.

Erst der Elektriker, später ein Wärter in Litchfield ist Luschek, der von schottisch-französischen Vorfahren abstammt.

Er ist enorm faul und desinteressiert an seiner Arbeit im Gefängnis und ein Konsument von Alkohol und Marihuana.

Er lässt sich auf einen Handel mit Nicky ein, wodurch Heroin von Vee aus dem Gefängnis geschmuggelt und dann verdealt werden soll.

Um sie dort wieder herauszubringen, geht er einen Handel mit der prominenten Insassin Judy King ein, die ihren Einfluss zu Nickys Gunsten nutzt.

Zu ihrer Zelleneinrichtung gehört bald ein Tisch mit einer Tischdecke, ein Fernseher, ein Wassersprudler und zahlreiche Gegenstände, die eigentlich Konterbande im Gefängnis sind.

Das Bestreben der Gefängnisleitung und des Konzerns MCC ist es, ihre Haftzeit so angenehm wie möglich zu gestalten, um nicht verklagt zu werden oder nach ihrer Zeit in Schwierigkeiten mit der Presse zu geraten.

Um sich mit der schwarzen Fraktion im Gefängnis wieder gutzustellen, fälscht sie einen Kuss mit Black Cindy als Promifoto für Klatschmagazine, welches ihren Ruf in der Öffentlichkeit wiederherstellt.

Nach dem Aufstand wurde sie vorzeitig entlassen, um einer Klage zu entgehen. Eine schwarze Transgender -Insassin, die wegen Kreditkartenbetrugs von ihrem eigenen Sohn angezeigt und zu einer Haftstrafe in Litchfield verurteilt wird.

Ihre Transformation ist vollständig und abgeschlossen. Sie betrog mit Kreditkarten unter anderem, um ihre Hormontherapie und ihre Operation zu bezahlen.

Im Gefängnis ist sie als Friseurin tätig und muss mit ihrer Ehefrau und deren neuem Partner, einem Pastor, ein Arrangement finden.

Die gegen sie gerichteten Vorurteile beziehen sich nicht auf ihre Rasse, sondern auf ihr Geschlecht, welches immer wieder Thema von Gesprächen und Anspielungen ist.

Ihre Authentizität als menschliches Wesen mit Gefühlen wird — von den Insassinnen mehr als von den Wärtern — immer wieder in Frage gestellt.

Sie ist durch einen mütterlichen Streit mit Gloria und durch transphobe Gerüchte von Aleida zunehmend dem Hass von anderen Gefangenen ausgesetzt, welcher in einen gewalttätigen Übergriff gegen sie in ihrem Salon mündet.

Eine Wache, die den Vorfall beobachtet, schreitet nicht ein, sondern flüchtet unter der Vorgabe, zu Caputo zu gehen.

Sophia, sichtbar gezeichnet von dem Vorfall, fordert Untersuchungen und Sensibilitätstraining der Wachen und droht, Litchfield zu verklagen. Thomas Humphrey ist ab der vierten Staffel Wärter in Litchfield.

Er ist überaus sadistisch. So zwingt er Maritza mit vorgehaltener Waffe dazu sich zu entscheiden, 10 tote Fliegen oder eine Baby-Maus zu essen oder lässt Suzanne ihre Freundin verprügeln.

Im darauf folgenden gewalttätigen Aufstand erlangt Dayanara eine Waffe und richtet sie in der letzten Folge der vierten Staffel auf Humphrey.

Dialogregie führt seit der vierten Staffel Engelbert von Nordhausen , aktuell wird er von Karin Grüger unterstützt. Die erste Staffel wurde ab März in Rockland produziert.

Laura Prepon wurde von einer Hauptdarstellerin zum wiederkehrenden Gaststar abgestuft. Anfang Mai wurde eine dritte Staffel bestellt.

Am Juli veröffentlichte Netflix die komplette erste Staffel, die 13 Episoden umfasst. Juni statt.

Im deutschsprachigen Raum veröffentlichte Netflix am Die Episoden können wahlweise im Originalton, mit deutscher Synchronisation oder mit Untertiteln angesehen werden.

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Als auch andere Gefangene für eine bessere Verpflegung behaupten jüdisch zu sein, untersuchte ein Rabbi die Religionszugehörigkeit der Gefangenen.

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Poussey ist zu Beginn der Serie eine junge, offen lesbische Insassin in Litchfield. Ihre beste Freundin ist Taystee, zusammen arbeiten sie in der Bibliothek der Anstalt.

Ihre gut gelaunte, positive Art sowie ihre Weltläufigkeit bringen ihr an jedem Ort schnell Freunde, was in Rückblenden der Serie oft gezeigt wird.

Aus Scham und wohl auch als Ergebnis väterlicher Einschüchterung zog sich ihre deutsche Freundin zurück, woraufhin Poussey, am Boden zerstört, den deutschen Oberstleutnant zu töten versuchte.

Ihr eigener Vater konnte dies verhindern. Poussey wollte daraufhin ein neues Leben in Amsterdam beginnen, wurde jedoch kurz darauf wegen unerlaubten Betretens von Privateigentum und dem Verkauf von etwa 15 Gramm Marihuana zu einer Gefängnisstrafe verurteilt.

Poussey kann aus Früchten wie Mandarinen und Orangen im Gefängnis heimlich Alkohol herstellen, den sie auch zu verkaufen versucht.

Sie empfindet romantische Zuneigung für ihre beste Freundin Taystee, die aber wegen der unterschiedlichen sexuellen Präferenz nicht erwidert wird.

Sie ist eines der Opfer von Vee, die mit einer Divide et impera -Überlebensstrategie in der zweiten Staffel die Kontrolle über die afroamerikanischen Litchfield-Insassen ausübt und fast die Freundschaft zwischen Poussey und Taystee zerstört.

Beim Versuch, diese Demonstration aufzulösen, wird die zierliche Poussey durch Baxter Bayley, einen abgelenkten, unerfahrenen Wärter, am Boden erstickt und stirbt.

Ihre Leiche verbleibt einen Tag lang in der Cafeteria des Gefängnisses, da das Presseteam des Gefängnisses an einer öffentlichen Legende gegen Poussey arbeitet, um ihren gewaltsamen Tod zu rechtfertigen und Untersuchungen der Bundesbehörden gegen das Gefängnis zu vermeiden.

Das Presseteam des Gefängnisses scheitert daran, da Poussey als zierliche, gut aussehende, fröhliche Tochter eines US-Generals der Öffentlichkeit nicht wie gewünscht als gewalttätig vermittelt werden kann und erfindet stattdessen die Geschichte von dem unzureichend ausgebildeten und kleinkriminellen Wärter Baxter Bayley, der sofort aus dem Justizvollzugsunternehmen MCC, dem Litchfield gehört, entlassen werden soll.

Direktor Caputo verliest die vorbereitete Pressemeldung jedoch nicht und verteidigt das Vorgehen Bayleys gegen Poussey, deren Namen er vor den Kameras nicht erwähnt.

An der Presseerklärung entfacht sich am Ende der vierten Staffel ein gewaltsamer Aufstand in Litchfield. Sie zeigen, wie Poussey mit Freunden nach Brooklyn fuhr und sich in der Stadt verirrte, als sie dem Dieb ihres Handys nachlief.

Auf der Suche nach ihren Freunden fragte sie Dragqueens nach einem Handy und wurde kurz darauf in einen postmodernen Club zum Tanzen eingeladen.

In der U-Bahn von New York beobachtete sie einen Musiker mit einem Hang , junge Männer der Partyszene, die jungen Frauen Alkohol anboten und sie in ein Gespräch verwickeln wollten, ein Kind, das von seiner schlafenden Mutter etwas Geld stiehlt und einen lächelnden Sikh.

Mit Mönchen auf Fahrrädern fuhr sie an ein Flussufer in New York und unterhielt sich mit einem von ihnen, während sie sich einen Joint teilten.

Während der Tod dieses Charakters von Eric Garner inspiriert war, orientiert sich die Dramaturgie um ihren Tod an der Biografie von Martin Luther King , in welcher die Bürgerrechtsbewegung mit friedlichen Protestaktionen begann, bis sie als Reaktion auf Kings Ermordung, welcher Gewaltlosigkeit und Friedfertigkeit predigte, letztendlich in gewalttätige Aufstände mündete.

Die Umstände ihrer Gefängnisstrafe sind unbekannt. Sie ist mit Nicky und später auch mit Pennsatucky befreundet. Ihr Leben lang kämpfte sie darum, die Person sein zu dürfen, die sie ist und hat bis in die Gegenwart Probleme mit Wut-, sowie Angstbewältigung und Vertrauen.

Einer der Aufseher in Litchfield, welcher meist nur Bennett genannt wird. Er beginnt eine romantische Beziehung mit Dayanara Diaz, im Verlauf derer sie schwanger wird.

In der dritten Staffel macht er Dayanara einen Heiratsantrag, flüchtet jedoch aufgrund ihrer zwischenzeitlichen Spielchen und von Drohungen ihrer Mutter sowie nach einem ziemlich ernüchternden Besuch bei Dayanaras Stiefvater Caesar, und seiner Familie, der ihn in seinem Entschluss bestärkt, sich mit ihrer Familie nicht einlassen zu wollen.

Er ist ein ziemlich unbeliebter Gefängniswärter in Litchfield, der sich gegen Geld oder Gefälligkeiten von Insassinnen oral befriedigen lässt, und es auch sonst mit den Gefängnisvorschriften nur so genau nimmt, wie es ihm passt.

Unter anderem trägt er die Schuld am Selbstmord der jungen, drogensüchtigen Trish, schafft es aber, dies zu vertuschen.

So veranlassen sie Daya, Mendez zu verführen. Sie lässt sich beim gemeinsamen Sex mit ihm von Caputo in flagranti erwischen und sagt, sie sei vergewaltigt worden.

Da Figueroa kein Aufsehen haben will, wird Mendez zunächst nur kurz suspendiert, aber nach seiner Rückkehr, bei der Entdeckung von Dayas Schwangerschaft durch die Gefängnisleitung, endgültig gefeuert.

Er landet wegen Vergewaltigung in einem Männergefängnis, wo ihn seine Mutter wegen der Adoption von Dayas Kind besucht. Ihre beste Freundin im Gefängnis ist Angie, die ebenfalls drogenabhängig ist und mit der sie kaum Gelegenheiten auslässt, sich zu betäuben.

Sie trinken von Pousseys selbstgemachtem Fruchtalkohol, stehlen Muskatnusspulver in der Küche oder das von Nicky vor Vee versteckte Heroin für gemeinsame Momente des Rausches.

Leanne will unbedingt Teil einer Gemeinschaft sein, ist aber eine stark an Autorität orientierte Person, die sich ihren Idolen willig als rechte Hand und Sprachrohr andient, um sich selbst die übrige Gruppe unterzuordnen.

Daneben zeigt sie einige typischen Verhaltensweisen von Drogenabhängigen. Ihre Regeln gelten nur für andere und die Ausgrenzung von Menschen, die nicht ihr, sondern ihrem Idol folgen und sich so mit ihr gleichstellen, ist ihr bevorzugtes Mittel.

Für so entstehende Mitgliederverluste gibt sie ebenfalls anderen die Schuld. Leanne gehört erst zur religiösen Gruppe um Pennsatucky, die von sich selbst glaubt, eine religiöse Mission zu erfüllen, bis sie in psychiatrischer Behandlung ist.

Poussey, die wie Soso von Leanne ausgegrenzt und gemobbt wird, kritisierte Norma deswegen vor ihrer Gruppe scharf. Norma ist eine Insassin, die wegen Totschlags an ihrem Lebensgefährten inhaftiert ist.

Sie leidet unter Mutismus, und obwohl sie theoretisch in der Lage ist zu sprechen, verzichtet sie wegen eines starken Stotterproblems darauf.

Ihrer Umwelt kann sie sich durch Zettel und Gesten mitteilen. Das repressive, deprimierende und darwinistische Umfeld der Gefangenen verstärkt ihre Bedürfnisse nach Gemeinschaft, Wunderglaube, Geborgenheit, Bestimmung und Hoffnung.

Norma praktizierte zuerst mit Gloria die südamerikanische Volksmagie Santeria , bis Norma sie auch allein praktizieren will und Gloria die Zusammenarbeit beendet.

Danach konzentrieren sich ihre Methoden auf Gesten und Berührungen. Durch Stummheit und aufmerksames Zuhören allein kann sie Ratsuchenden bereits oft helfen, Zettel und Stift benutzt sie im Kreis ihrer spirituellen Gruppe nur für Leanne.

Sie übt nur wenig direkten Einfluss auf ihre spirituelle Gruppe aus, das meiste wird von dieser Gruppe auf Norma projiziert. Güte ist dennoch eines ihrer spirituellen Motive.

Vor allem verlangte er nun von Norma, zu sprechen. Stella ist eine australische Insassin in Litchfield, die nur kurze Zeit einsitzen sollte.

Mitwisser, die das Gespräch beobachten, glauben daraufhin, Stella kann Piper erfolgreich überlisten. Stella wird daraufhin ins Hochsicherheitsgefängnis überführt.

Als das Gefängnis privatisiert wird, wird er nach einer kurzen Zusammenarbeit mit dem unerfahrenen Sohn des Konzernchefs selbst Direktor.

Zunächst als stellvertretender Direktor an der Seite der Wachbeamten als ihr Interessenvertreter, werden die Wachbeamten mit seiner Beförderung zu seinen Untergebenen.

Wegen des Streiks der angestellten Wachen, deren Stelle auf Teilzeitniveau gestrichen wurde, und wegen der Zusammenlegung eines anderen Gefängnisses mit Litchfield, fordert er sechs Wachen aus dem Hochsicherheitstrakt an.

Caputo spielt und spielte in Garagen-Bands, u. Er gab seine Musik-Karriere auf und wurde Gefängniswärter in Litchfield, als seine Freundin und spätere Frau mit dem Kind eines anderen Bandmitglieds schwanger wurde.

Brook, japanisch-schottischer Abstammung, kommt als Aktivistin ins Gefängnis. Sie bemüht sich sehr um neue Kontakte und Freundschaften im Gefängnis, welches sie anfangs für ein Ferienlager hielt, ist aber unter ihren Mitgefangenen als Plappermaul verschrien.

Sie weint oft und ist deprimiert, weil sie sich sehr einsam fühlt. Für etwas Gesellschaft und zum Schutz vor Boo schläft sie mit Nicky.

Brook erklärt daraufhin, dass Gefängnisstrafen gar nicht cool, sondern schlimm seien und ihr Leben zerstören würden und dass der Wunsch, ins Gefängnis zu gehen, dumm wäre.

Meadow bemängelt Brooks Undankbarkeit, denn immerhin sei sie drei Stunden lang nach Litchfield gefahren — Brook beendet daraufhin ihre Freundschaft, indem sie ihr versichert, es nie wieder tun zu müssen.

Brook muss einsehen, sich ihr Leben lang mit Menschen umgeben zu haben, die sie überhaupt nicht mögen, was sie noch tiefer in ihre Depressionen zieht.

Da die Beratung durch Healey, der ihr dazu rät, schön für sich zu bleiben und nicht den Kontakt zu anderen zu suchen, ihr nicht hilft, möchte sie den Betreuer wechseln, doch Healy verschreibt ihr stattdessen Antidepressiva.

Dieser Verlust versetzt sie erneut in tiefe Trauer, sie errichtet ihrer toten Freundin ein Denkmal aus Büchern, da Washington Bücher so sehr liebte.

Blanca Flores ist dominikanischer Abstammung und eine Insassin, die wenig auf ihre Körperpflege achtet. Anfangs scheint sie geistig verwirrt, interagiert nach der Einweisung in die Psychiatrie mehr.

Um die unbezahlte Arbeit im Gefängnis nicht machen zu müssen, stellt Blanca ihre Körperpflege ein. Er ist schwul und wurde als Kind von seinen Eltern in ein Umerziehungslager für Homosexuelle geschickt.

Gegen Schwarze und Latinas zeigt er rassistische Tendenzen, so setzt er Piper in eine Arbeitsgruppe gegen Bandenbildung im Gefängnis an, die damit ihr geheimes Geschäft mit gestohlener Unterwäsche schützen will.

Als Piscatella von Caputo für seine Befehlsverweigerung zur Rede gestellt wird, kann Piscatella zunächst damit drohen, seine Mannschaft wieder aus dem Gefängnis abzuziehen und das überfüllte Litchfield einer unausgebildeten und unterbesetzten Wärterschaft zu überlassen, wenn ihm nicht freie Hand gelassen wird.

In Staffel 5 findet er einen Weg in das Gefängnis und fesselt und knebelt mehrere Insassinnen, jedoch wird er von anderen überwältigt und betäubt.

Erst der Elektriker, später ein Wärter in Litchfield ist Luschek, der von schottisch-französischen Vorfahren abstammt. Er ist enorm faul und desinteressiert an seiner Arbeit im Gefängnis und ein Konsument von Alkohol und Marihuana.

Er lässt sich auf einen Handel mit Nicky ein, wodurch Heroin von Vee aus dem Gefängnis geschmuggelt und dann verdealt werden soll.

Um sie dort wieder herauszubringen, geht er einen Handel mit der prominenten Insassin Judy King ein, die ihren Einfluss zu Nickys Gunsten nutzt.

Zu ihrer Zelleneinrichtung gehört bald ein Tisch mit einer Tischdecke, ein Fernseher, ein Wassersprudler und zahlreiche Gegenstände, die eigentlich Konterbande im Gefängnis sind.

Das Bestreben der Gefängnisleitung und des Konzerns MCC ist es, ihre Haftzeit so angenehm wie möglich zu gestalten, um nicht verklagt zu werden oder nach ihrer Zeit in Schwierigkeiten mit der Presse zu geraten.

Um sich mit der schwarzen Fraktion im Gefängnis wieder gutzustellen, fälscht sie einen Kuss mit Black Cindy als Promifoto für Klatschmagazine, welches ihren Ruf in der Öffentlichkeit wiederherstellt.

Nach dem Aufstand wurde sie vorzeitig entlassen, um einer Klage zu entgehen. Eine schwarze Transgender -Insassin, die wegen Kreditkartenbetrugs von ihrem eigenen Sohn angezeigt und zu einer Haftstrafe in Litchfield verurteilt wird.

Ihre Transformation ist vollständig und abgeschlossen. Sie betrog mit Kreditkarten unter anderem, um ihre Hormontherapie und ihre Operation zu bezahlen.

Im Gefängnis ist sie als Friseurin tätig und muss mit ihrer Ehefrau und deren neuem Partner, einem Pastor, ein Arrangement finden.

Die gegen sie gerichteten Vorurteile beziehen sich nicht auf ihre Rasse, sondern auf ihr Geschlecht, welches immer wieder Thema von Gesprächen und Anspielungen ist.

Ihre Authentizität als menschliches Wesen mit Gefühlen wird — von den Insassinnen mehr als von den Wärtern — immer wieder in Frage gestellt.

Sie ist durch einen mütterlichen Streit mit Gloria und durch transphobe Gerüchte von Aleida zunehmend dem Hass von anderen Gefangenen ausgesetzt, welcher in einen gewalttätigen Übergriff gegen sie in ihrem Salon mündet.

Eine Wache, die den Vorfall beobachtet, schreitet nicht ein, sondern flüchtet unter der Vorgabe, zu Caputo zu gehen.

Sophia, sichtbar gezeichnet von dem Vorfall, fordert Untersuchungen und Sensibilitätstraining der Wachen und droht, Litchfield zu verklagen.

Thomas Humphrey ist ab der vierten Staffel Wärter in Litchfield. Er ist überaus sadistisch. So zwingt er Maritza mit vorgehaltener Waffe dazu sich zu entscheiden, 10 tote Fliegen oder eine Baby-Maus zu essen oder lässt Suzanne ihre Freundin verprügeln.

Im darauf folgenden gewalttätigen Aufstand erlangt Dayanara eine Waffe und richtet sie in der letzten Folge der vierten Staffel auf Humphrey.

Dialogregie führt seit der vierten Staffel Engelbert von Nordhausen , aktuell wird er von Karin Grüger unterstützt.

Die erste Staffel wurde ab März in Rockland produziert. Laura Prepon wurde von einer Hauptdarstellerin zum wiederkehrenden Gaststar abgestuft.

Anfang Mai wurde eine dritte Staffel bestellt. Am Juli veröffentlichte Netflix die komplette erste Staffel, die 13 Episoden umfasst.

Juni statt. Im deutschsprachigen Raum veröffentlichte Netflix am Die Episoden können wahlweise im Originalton, mit deutscher Synchronisation oder mit Untertiteln angesehen werden.

Die dritte Staffel ist seit dem Juni und die vierte Staffel seit dem Die fünfte Staffel wurde am 9. Juni in Deutschland und den USA veröffentlicht.

Mai und im Vereinigten Königreich am Mai Die Serie startete dort am April Ende April wurde bekannt, dass ein Hacker die ersten zehn Folgen der fünften Staffel durch eine Sicherheitslücke bei einer Nachbearbeitungsfirma stehlen konnte.

April wurden die betroffenen Folgen online durch den Hacker veröffentlicht, nachdem Netflix auf eine Lösegeldforderung nicht eingegangen ist. Seitdem wird der Vorfall durch US-amerikanische Strafverfolgungsbehörden untersucht, wie Netflix bestätigte.

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How Much Have You Seen? How much of Nina Rausch's work have you seen? Known For. Leanne Taylor played by Emma Myles — An inmate who was often seen with Tiffany during the first season.

She almost fanatically followed everything Tiffany says and was her groupie or right-hand woman. She is also addicted to drugs and has been seen exchanging sexual favors with Mendez.

In the second season, she stands up against Tiffany and is shown to break off into her own character with her friends, leaving Tiffany by herself. She also was one of the inmates that joined Brook during her hunger strike and attempted to politely suggest that she needed to start bathing before Tiffany interrupted her by bluntly telling Brook that she stank.

During the third season, it is revealed that she was Amish and that she became addicted to drugs during her Rumspringa.

After choosing to be baptized, she was arrested after a bag with her ID in it was found with drugs. She was convinced to go undercover for the police in exchange for immunity and later leaves her community after overhearing her father wondering what to do with her.

Back at the prison, she joins and eventually spearheads a cult based on Norma being able to perform miracles. She soon reveals herself to be cruel, bigoted and mean-spirited, when she starts bullying and discriminating against Brook, who in turn attempts to commit suicide.

After learning of this, Norma dismisses Leanne in anger, leaving her in the same position she left Tiffany — isolated and friendless.

During the fourth season, she is at the meeting Piper was holding to counter Maria's influence and was the first to misinterpret Piper's intentions by saying a racist remark about the Dominicans.

After Poussey's death, she was drunk from the last of her hooch with Angie and expressed all of the problems she believed were caused by Lolly's time machine before the two proceeded to destroy it.

After the inmates take over the prison at the beginning of the fifth season, she steals a CO uniform along with Angie and is running around pulling down the pants of other inmates.

When Angie gets possession of the gun Humphrey smuggled in, the two decided to take advantage and force the guards to do a talent show. During the show, Stratman does a striptease on her with only a sock covering his penis.

Later, when confronting Tiffany, she discovers that Tiffany was hiding Coates from the other inmates, and ends up losing part of a finger when the gun goes off.

She decides to try and get a replacement finger and decides to settle with Stratman's finger. Stratman offers to let her test it out first, and proceeds to finger her and brings her to orgasm before he uses the opportunity to flee the prison.

Angry at Tiffany for her finger, and unsatisfied with the inmate justice that was given to her, she joins Angie and bullies Tiffany until she ends up violating the terms of her inmate probation.

At the end of the season, when the CERT officers remove her from the prison, she sees her mother in the crowd surrounding the prison and shouts to her.

She is transferred and does not appear in the sixth season. During the second season, she was one of the inmates that joined Brook's hunger strike in an attempt to improve prison conditions.

During the third season, she starts believing that Norma is able to perform miracles after a stash of heroin Nicky hid in a light fixture in the laundry room fell out.

After finding the drugs, she shares them with Leanne and finds herself getting threatened by Luschek if she says anything about them.

Later, she joins Norma's cult and is accidentally released months early due to a mistake caused by MCC's new computer system and the incompetence of the new staff.

Believing a miracle has occurred, Angie leaves, but the error is quickly spotted and a low-key search is conducted.

Caputo finds Angie at the bus station. He sits and talks with her, and she apologizes for escaping, admitting that she has nowhere to go.

Sympathetic, Caputo drives her back to the prison in his car, promising her that a short stint in SHU will be her only punishment.

During the fourth season, she starts smuggling drugs into the prison by swallowing the drugs while being kissed during visiting hours and defecating the drugs in the shower.

At the end of the season, while she is drunk on the last of Poussey's hooch, she decides to destroy Lolly's time machine after Leanne describes all of the harm that it has done.

During the fifth season, Angie steals a CO uniform and is running around pulling down the pants of other inmates. After they pull down Gloria's pants, the gun she took from Daya drops to the floor, and Angie takes possession of the gun.

Following this, Angie and Leanne force the guards to perform a talent show. After finding Tiffany in the laundry room and eventually discovering that she was hiding Coates from the other inmates, she ends up watching Leanne get her finger shot off after Coates takes the gun.

As a result, she ends up trying to help her get a replacement for her disfigured finger. Also, Angie and Leanne use the incident to get Tiffany tried by other inmates, only for them to continuously bully her until she breaks the "probation" the inmates gave her during her trial.

After the CERT members break up the riot, she is transferred to another prison and does not appear in the sixth season. In contrast to her rougher, more hardened cellmates, Maritza is quite demure and has a playful, sassy personality.

She is often seen with Flaca, with whom she has a rivalry and close friendship; she is generally portrayed as somewhat more intelligent than her friend.

On Valentine's Day, she and Flaca are having an intimate conversation in the kitchen, and when Flaca gives her a friendly peck on the lips, the two end up passionately kissing.

They initially laugh in shock, before Flaca breaks down in tears, and Maritza consoles her, looking visibly shaken herself.

She has a child on the outside. In the third season, she is distraught when Flaca is accepted to another work detail but reunites with her friend when she joins Piper's used panty business.

At the end of the season, she replaces Tiffany as the prison van driver after Tiffany faked a seizure to get away from Officer Coates.

In the fourth season, it is revealed that before her incarceration she was a small-time con artist who worked at an upscale nightclub, wherein she would fill empty bottles of expensive vodka with water, deliberately drop them and then panic about being fired in order to claim the price of the original drink from the people that she convinces had tripped her.

One of her victims sees right through her and offers her in to his own, more elaborate confidence trick to steal expensive cars, which involved pretending to be a car saleswoman to entice middle-aged men to go on a test drive, while simultaneously pretending to be their trophy wife to get the keys, and stealing the car once the drive was over.

On her first attempt, a salesman gets in the car with them, and when both men grow suspicious, she improvised by pretending to be travel-sick, before getting into the car without them and driving off.

Back in prison, when Maria starts a rival panty-smuggling business to Piper's, she uses Maritza to smuggle the panties out of the prison by hiding them in the wheel arches of the van and transferring them to Maria's cousin when she drops the COs off at their house.

She also becomes friendly with McCullough, the CO who supervises her. When the COs spot the smuggler, she pretends he is a gardener and says "Follow me" in Spanish to him, not knowing that CO Humphrey can understand her.

He reveals that he knows she's up to something, so she decides to draw the attention of the COs to her contact, threatening him into not returning.

Humphrey overhears her talking with Flaca about whether she would rather eat ten dead houseflies or one live baby mouse, so, during a later shift change, he takes her in his house, holds her at gunpoint, and forces her to partake in a real-life version of that choice.

Maritza eventually chooses the live baby mouse, and later shares the horror of the experience to Flaca. After Poussey's death, she and Flaca overhear the white supremacist inmates discussing retaliation against Poussey's friends, following this, the two decide to practice how to react to the press if they are interviewed.

During the uprising at the end of the season, she sees Humphrey attempting to unholster a gun, and she pushes him to the ground before he can use it.

Following the start of the riot, Maritza and Flaca obtain smartphones, and begin to use them to film vlog posts detailing their makeup regime within the confines of the prison system, something that gradually earns them a following on YouTube which, by the time the riot comes to an end, has become big enough that many of their fans have crowded outside the prison to wave banners in support and in the hope of seeing them when the riot breaks up.

As the CERT officers storm the prison, Maritza and Flaca film their last video, and refuse to co-operate with the officers.

One of them fires a pepper bullet and blinds Maritza just long enough to restrain her. Outside, as the inmates are being loaded onto their buses, Maritza is stopped from getting on the same bus Flaca was getting on.

Distraught at being separated from her friend, she shouts to her that she loves her. While Maritza does not appear in the sixth season, Flaca mentions on her prison radio show with Cindy that she was sent to a prison miles away while responding to Cindy's anonymous letter.

Maritza reappears in the seventh season at a nightclub in New York while on parole. She wins a dancing contest at the club, which causes her to get noticed by some NBA players.

After sleeping with one of them, he offers to fly her to Los Angeles for a weekend, but she declines due to her friend reminding her that her parole prohibits her from leaving the state.

While out at another night club, she is arrested in an ICE raid due to her not having any identification on her proving she is a U. Borrowing money from Blanca, she buys a phone card to call a lawyer but her card runs out of money before she can give them any useful information.

She reunites with Flaca when Flaca is chosen for a cooking detail with the immigrant detainees and asks her to contact her mother for her U.

Unknown to Maritza, her mother informs Flaca that she was actually born in Colombia , and is not a U. Gloria gives her a toll-free number she can use to contact a pro bono immigration lawyer and she gives the number to the other detainees despite threats that the facility can shut the phones down to stop them from calling, which is noticed by two ICE agents.

Despite her attempts to get help from a lawyer, she is eventually given orders for deportation and is last seen being put on a chartered aircraft to be deported along with several other migrants.

Stella Carlin played by Ruby Rose — A young Australian inmate introduced in the third season, assigned to the prison's new garment factory with Piper.

Strikingly beautiful, androgynous and intelligent, but also somewhat mysterious, she takes an immediate shine to Piper, and the two become fast friends.

Stella is the first to volunteer for Piper's new used panty business and provides her with additional support in its management, all the while openly flirting with her.

As Piper and Alex's relationship starts to suffer due to Alex's paranoia and Piper's darker personality, she and Stella become closer, and eventually kiss, although Stella continues to maintain a respectful distance at Piper's request, to spare Alex's feelings.

Later, when Piper and Alex decide to break up, she asks Stella to become her partner both professionally and personally , despite the fact that Stella's release date is imminent.

Shortly before Stella is released, however, she steals all of the money Piper has made from the business. Piper quickly deduces based on the fact that only three people knew where the phone she used to transfer the money was kept that it was Stella, and confronts her.

Stella begs for forgiveness, justifying herself by the fact that her family is all back in Australia, she has no money left, and that she will have no place to go upon her release.

Piper at first appears to forgive her and states that she can keep the money. Shortly afterward, Piper turns up at Stella's cubicle and gives her a kiss goodbye, which confuses Stella, as she still has a couple of days left.

At that moment, the COs arrive and search her bunk, discovering some contraband items that Piper had planted.

As Stella is removed with the possibility of facing an extended sentence in maximum security, Piper gives her a final, cold smile, showing her the "Trust No Bitch" tattoo that Stella herself had given her.

In the fourth season, she is briefly seen in max with Nicky. In their brief interaction, it is shown that they are engaging in physical intimacy, although Nicky promptly dumps Stella when she takes delivery of heroin from a guard, with Nicky stating that she wants nothing to do with her if she is using drugs.

Stella does not appear for the remainder of the series, as she had left Litchfield sometime after her encounter with Nicky.

However, during the sixth season, inmate Madison Murphy reveals while demanding that Piper fill up her commissary as payment for arranging for Alex to be moved next door to her cell that Stella, out of anger, had provided her with a lot of dirt on Piper, including the fact that she came from money.

Piper learns that when DeMarco first arrived in prison many years earlier, she had a heart attack, and now sleeps with a face mask and CPAP machine.

DeMarco was a constant roommate of Miss Rosa, and seems to have a steady stream of newbies who stay in her room until the newbies are assigned permanent bunks.

Maureen Kukudio played by Emily Althaus — A younger inmate introduced in the third season, Maureen becomes an obsessive fan of Suzanne's new erotica series, which she began writing in the drama class they both attended.

She perpetually irritates Suzanne by offering her ideas for her upcoming chapters and writing her own fan-fiction. As time progresses, however, it becomes clear that Maureen is romantically interested in Suzanne, who becomes nervous, as she has never actually had a girlfriend or any sexual experience — she writes her erotica almost entirely from imagination.

She backs out of a sexual liaison with Maureen in one of the storage closets, due to her apprehension and lack of sexual experience, but the two continue to flirt, and they are brought closer in the final scene when Suzanne retrieves a terrapin that Maureen threw away after it bit her foot.

At the beginning of the fourth season, she attempts to get closer to Suzanne, but Suzanne turns her away after she discovers her to be quite a strange person.

She decides to stay in the woods and is discovered hiding in one of the houses by Caputo later that night. Although her offense is unknown, when Caputo read her file he is visibly shocked and horrified and other inmates also imply she did something bad.

Later on during the season, she appears to reconcile with Suzanne and meets her in the cleaning closet. As revenge for leaving her in the woods, Maureen sexually stimulates Suzanne in the closet, but intentionally leaves her unsatisfied.

During the lockdown after Aydin's remains were found, she volunteers to fight Suzanne and after repeatedly taunting Suzanne, she is brutally beaten and is sent to medical, with the right side of her face badly bruised and her right eye swollen shut.

Nevertheless, she is visibly glad to see that Suzanne is moved into the bed next to her. During the fifth season, when CO Humphrey is brought into the facility and put between the two, Maureen attempts to impress Suzanne by blowing oxygen bubbles into Humphrey's IV tube.

This causes him to have an air embolism, which resulted in a stroke which ultimately kills him. Later on, Suzanne takes Maureen out of bed and helps her to the cafeteria to join the other rioters, and the two organize a seance at the site of Poussey's death.

At the end of the fifth season, when Suzanne is starting to have a meltdown owing to not taking her medication, she finds Maureen almost unconscious in the bathroom.

Her condition has deteriorated due to an infection and the lack of medical attention and she is taken back to her bed in medical.

When CERT storms the prison, she physically lashes out at the officers who have come to empty the medical center and is roughly pulled from her bed in retaliation.

A few days later, after Alex returns from the hospital from being treated for her broken arm, she reveals to Piper that Maureen ultimately died of her infection.

In the first and second seasons, she is shown to be somewhat ill-tempered and antisocial, though widely accepted. In the third season, her secretive everyday routine and murky past are revealed.

Chang emigrated to the U. However, he rejects her upon seeing her, mostly because of her skin disorder. To pay off her debts, Chang worked in a Chinese herbal medicinal shop for her brother.

Stating that he has no better use for her and that she is practically invisible, Chang's brother sends her out to accompany the gang members who purchase and distribute illegal medicines to shops like theirs.

During a transaction with a Korean smuggler, Chang revealed herself to be sharper and more ruthless than she let on when she discovered that the products were fake, prompting the smuggler to attack the gangster who had accompanied her.

She saves the gangster's life by knocking out the smuggler with a tire iron, and he promises to repay her. She has the gangster and his associates bring her the businessman who spurned her.

During the confrontation, the businessman curses and spits at her, prompting her to order the gangsters to cut out his gallbladder as she leaves.

In prison, she maintains a set of rituals which confuse the other inmates and makes her own food using what she can smuggle out of the canteen and obtain from the commissary.

She spends her afternoons watching Chinese TV shows on a smartphone she keeps hidden in one of the prison sheds and keeps a bag of tangerines hidden in the long grass near the prison fence.

Despite her solitary behavior, she appears to enjoy observing the other inmates around her. At the beginning of the fourth season, she declines to go to the lake with most of the other prisoners, and instead uses the incident as an opportunity to take a private shower.

In the fifth season, as the riot is going on, she escapes through the hole in the fence made by another inmate in a failed escape attempt.

However, in the sixth season, it is revealed that she was eventually caught, and transferred to another prison.

She makes one more appearance at the end of the seventh season at the immigration detention facility Blanca and Maritza were detained in. She wanders out of the prison and is seen at a bar by Caputo, whereupon she is returned to the prison.

Later, she jumps off the raised stage in the chapel, thinking she is jumping into a swimming pool and breaks her arm. The prison system decides that her care is too expensive and grants her a "compassionate release," which amounts to them dropping her off at a bus stop to be left to her own devices, completely senile and incapable of caring for herself.

Lolly Whitehill played by Lori Petty ; portrayed by Christina Brucato in flashbacks — Lolly is first seen on the plane that is taking Piper to Chicago at the beginning of the second season.

While in Chicago, she is attacked in the prison yard after getting in a confrontation with another prisoner. During the third season, she is transferred to Litchfield and starts a trend of inmates requesting kosher meals.

She seemed to have an obsession with Alex and is seen keeping notes of her daily routine. During a work detail, she breaks a window and keeps a piece of glass from the window.

She is confronted by Alex in the bathroom and attempts to use the glass shard to defend herself before being overpowered and nearly strangled by Alex in a panic.

During their struggle, Lolly claims that she is being framed for treason by the NSA and that the prison is bugged, and is revealed to be paranoid and delusional.

At the beginning of the fourth season, she finds Aydin attempting to choke Alex to death in the prison greenhouse, and pushes him off of her and knocks him unconscious.

The following day, she helps Alex and Frieda chop up his body and buries it in the garden. She becomes extremely paranoid and believes that Aydin was a government agent, later believing that a drone she sees flying over the prison is the government targeting her in retaliation for killing him in reality, the drone was the paparazzi taking pictures of Judy behind bars.

Flashbacks to her time before prison show her as a young reporter. While young Lolly was gifted and enthusiastic, she frequently pestered her boss with allegations that various local businesses were involved in high-level schemes, which clashed with her low-level community news assignments.

Her paranoia began early in her professional life, which caused her to distrust and unnerve her boss. It is also shown that she began hearing voices in her head.

Eventually, she was fired from her job and offloaded from her family, who attempted to move her into a halfway house. Terrified and paranoid about her new surroundings, Lolly runs away, eventually becoming homeless, where she functions as a generally good-natured, but highly paranoid person.

She is arrested after threatening two police officers that asked her to leave the area. She is taken under Healy's wing and confesses that she killed Aydin to him, but her confession is dismissed as a delusion.

Healy was able to convince her that Aydin's death was a delusion, before putting her on a treatment plan. She tries to build a time machine, which other inmates used as a makeout area.

After Aydin's remains are found, Healy gets her sent to psych. She reappears in the sixth season after the inmates from the riot are transferred to max, while Suzanne is getting an evaluation.

Later on, she speaks to Maria after she is sent to psych when the guards are accusing her of attempting suicide after she was pushed into the toilet.

She spent a lot of time with Suzanne at their chicken farm until it was shut down due to drugs. Originally opting to go to an alternative prison, she decides to spend her time in prison at Litchfield.

At the end of the third season, she reports for her sentence, but she becomes upset after she finds the reception room empty due to most of the guards going on strike prior to her arrival.

At the beginning of the fourth season, she surrenders to Luschek in the prison mailroom and later starts a friendship with him. Due to her celebrity status, Caputo starts giving her special treatment under orders from MCC, to include giving her a private room and looking the other way when she possessed contraband.

Charming, charismatic and generally quite friendly, Judy quickly manages to make friends amongst the other inmates despite the special treatment she receives.

Against her wishes, Healy decides to make her teach a cooking class, and she used Poussey as an assistant. Impressed with her, she gave Poussey her contact information so she can seek a job in her company after she got out.

While in prison, a racist puppet show she did in the 80s was leaked onto the internet, and as a result, she believes that the black inmates are planning to jump her in retaliation.

She later finds out that they were just trying to get a picture of her to sell to the paparazzi. Deciding to go along with it, she takes a picture of herself kissing Black Cindy, and then pretends to be in a relationship with her.

After learning about Luschek's guilt for getting Nicky sent to max, she uses her money and influence to get Nicky returned to minimum security and demands that Luschek has sex with her for her trouble.

When the prison was put on lockdown after Aydin's remains were found, she gets Yoga Jones, Luschek, and herself high on Ecstasy and has a threesome with them.

At the end of the fourth season, MCC decides to release her early due to Poussey's death, and backdate her release on the paperwork so it would appear she was already gone when Poussey died.

Before she could get out of the prison, she was caught in the uprising that started after Taystee informed the other prisoners that Bayley wasn't being arrested for Poussey's death.

During the fifth season, when her attempt to get out of the prison fails, she attempts to hide from the other inmates only to end up being captured by the white supremacist inmates.

Taystee and her crew end up negotiating to get possession of Judy, so they can use her to release a statement to the press, and prior to giving the statement Black Cindy used her for slave labor.

Before Judy can give the prepared statement, she is interrupted by Taystee, who ends up completing the statement and releasing her. Following her release, Judy appears on a primetime news show with Aleida and reveals her experiences behind bars, before revealing that Daya shot Humphrey at the beginning of the riot, although not mentioning either one by name.

After Judy described the shooter to Aleida, she immediately knew that Judy was talking about her daughter. Judy reappears near the end of the seventh season after her new book is mentioned and distributed among the inmates at Litchfield.

At her office, she received a call from Taystee, who tells her about her idea to start a loan system for inmates to get them on their feet after they get released.

With her help, Taystee is able to get the Poussey Washington Fund started. The two quickly clash over their shared space in the bunk, which escalates into a turf war, all the while trading barbs over their respective religions, which leads Cindy to give her the nickname " Jihad ".

They eventually overcame their differences, due to their mutual hatred of Scientology , and formed a truce in an attempt to take a picture of Judy to sell to the paparazzi with her smuggled cell phone she hides in her hijab.

She was previously shown texting her child, Farah, on the phone. At the end of the fourth season, while the black inmates are grieving Poussey's death, she lowers her hijab and reveals her hair shown to be bright red , which brings some comic relief for her friends.

During the fifth season, she joins her friends during the riot, and when Taystee is made the spokeswoman for the demands to end the riot, she helps take the tally to prepare it for the negotiators.

Flashbacks reveal that she was married, and her husband Hassan eventually found another woman to take as his second wife. Over time, she would become upset when her husband's second wife Sahar would spend more time with Hassan and she would have less say in how Farah was raised.

As the riot continued, she eventually takes off her prison uniform and puts on a CO's uniform. Along with Cindy, she stops Suzanne from pushing Humphrey in a wheelchair to Taystee, which would have endangered negotiations.

At the end of the fifth season, after the CERT officers breach the prison, she removes her hijab before leaving the prison. She is concerned about her friends as the buses pull up to take the inmates away.

She appears briefly in the series finale at a prison in Ohio, coaching Janae's running practice. Kasey Sankey played by Kelly Karbacz — An inmate with white supremacist leanings although she insists on being called a " white nationalist ," and resents being called a neo-Nazi , insisting that there is a difference between the two who arrives at the prison at the beginning of the fourth season, along with two skinhead friends of hers; Brandy Epps and Helen "Skinhead Helen" Van Maele.

Kasey immediately antagonizes the non-white inmates, first causing trouble when she leads her friends in an attack on Blanca following an argument over the TV.

Following this, Kasey is jumped by a group of Blanca's friends, consisting of Maria, Ramona, and Ouija.

Later, when Piper was attempting to start a watch group to counteract Maria's takeover of the prison, she misinterpreted Piper's intentions as a desire to start a white supremacist group and started a "white lives matter" chant with the other inmates in the room.

During a gang activity meeting led by Officer Dixon, she told him about the used panty business, which eventually resulted in both Piper and Maria's businesses being shut down.

After Aydin's remains are found, she is taken to the visitor area to await further interrogation. The guard monitoring the group, Officer Humphrey, plays a cruel prank on her by pulling her chair out from under her.

She is laughed at by most of the inmates in the room, but when Humphrey tries to instigate a fight between her and Suzanne, she declines and watches in obvious dismay as Suzanne becomes unhinged and violently beats Maureen to within an inch of her life.

Disgusted by the incident, Kasey and some of the other white supremacists approach Suzanne's friends in the African-American group, and later Maria's gang, to enlist them in going after Humphrey, admitting that her hatred of him far outweighs her racist beliefs.

She is hit in the face by Janae after she makes an insensitive remark while Poussey's body is being removed from the prison, which almost resulted in a fight between her gang and Poussey's friends.

At the end of the fourth season, she is at the front of the crowd of white inmates in the riot and loudly tries to encourage Daya to shoot Humphrey.

In the fifth season, Kasey's gang is taken captive and locked in the pantry with Frieda by CO's Stratman and Blake, but eventually, they break out with Frieda's ingenuity.

They then take Judy King hostage with Yoga Jones and Anita DeMarco, and attempt to ransom her for a supply drop from what turns out to be a media helicopter; Kasey does not join her friends owing to her shocking discovery that her friend she gave permission to sleep with her husband while she was locked up is forming a loving relationship with him and their daughter.

She became especially upset after seeing a social media post with her daughter being given a cake based on The Little Mermaid , a story she dislikes, and states that she lives in a small town resulting in everybody knowing about what is going on.

As the season progresses, Kasey's gang form an unlikely bond with Ouija and Pidge, Maria Ruiz's two henchwomen, which grows when they set up a coffee parlor together.

While at the parlor, she reveals her musical talents when she is playing the ukulele while singing Good Riddance Time of Your Life in front of the other prisoners.

Later on, she goes to the pharmacy to get some pain relievers from Lorna, but after initially being offered Advil Lorna rescinded the offer after Kasey made a racist remark about the Latino inmates.

When the CERT officers storm the prison at the end of the riot, Kasey's gang ultimately invites Ouija and Pidge to join them in fighting them off.

The five then barricade themselves inside a dorm room and, between them, manage to take down several officers before being restrained.

Following this, she is removed from Litchfield and doesn't appear in the sixth season. Kasey appears briefly in the series finale at the Ohio facility, in which she is shown using a Haiku to tell Brook that she has feelings for her.

It is also revealed that she is trying to move away from her white supremacist views and is reading Rising out of Hatred by Eli Saslow. Unlike Kasey, who resents the term, she is proud of the title "neo-Nazi" and sports a German tattoo as well as a Confederate flag tattoo on the back of her neck.

During the riot, her gang captured Judy when she was trying to escape at night, and shortly after Taystee tried to get Judy to use her to read off their demands Brandy sold Judy to Black Cindy for some rainbow unicorn stickers, a Anne Geddes babies calendar, and several other art items to the ire of Kasey.

Despite their white supremacist views, her and Helen become good friends with Ouija and Pidge, who are both of Dominican heritage. Brandy at one point relates to them that she was featured in a Barista -themed magazine for her coffee-making brilliance, before noting that she ended up in the prison because she combined her professional and racial beliefs and got arrested for poisoning several customers who were Jewish or black at her coffee house.

After Helen finished her poem at the coffee shop, she encouraged Ouija to get in front of the other inmates and do impressions of Lorna, Nicky, and Red.

At the end of the season, her gang, as well as her new friends, barricade themselves to battle the CERT officers that are breaking up the riot and were captured with the rest of the inmates.

Following this, she is not seen in the sixth season. Like Brandy, she embraces being a neo-Nazi and sports several Nazi tattoos and a shaved head.

She first appears in the fourth season and joins the white supremacist group Piper accidentally formed when she was trying to shut down Maria's competing used panty business.

The guards release them after Freida tricks them into thinking that she poisoned them. She helps capture Judy when she was trying to flee the prison and keep her prisoner until Brandy auctions her off.

During the auction, she showed her love for unicorns when she got excited after Black Cindy offered unicorn stickers in exchange for Judy.

Despite her white supremacist views, she along with Brandy become good friends with Ouija and Pidge, who are both of Dominican heritage, and they start a coffee shop with the Dominicans during the riot.

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