Oz: Sonata da Oz (2003)

Genres - Drama  |   Sub-Genres - Prime-Time Drama [TV], Prison Film  |   Run Time - 60 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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The late Eugene Dobbins (Zuill Bailey) returns with his cello to "narrate" this episode. Beecher (Lee Tergesen), leaving Oz on parole, says goodbye to Keller (Christopher Meloni), promising to continue work on overturning his death sentence. Schillinger (J.K. Simmons) visits Lowen (Tom Atkins) in the infirmary, but is greeted with hostility. Yood (Tom Ligon) tells Beecher who killed his father. Lowen threatens to go public with everything he knows about Devlin(Zeljko Ivanek) if he's not released from Oz. Stella (Patti LuPone) tries to reach a troubled teen, Pablo Rosa (Michael Rivera). Rebadow (George Morfogen) sees Norma (Michelle Schumacher), who begs him to convince Busmalis (Tom Mardirosian) to see her. Cutler (Brendan Kelly) protects Robson (R.E. Rodgers), now his "prag," from Pancamo (Chuck Zito). With Redding (Anthony Chisholm) trying his hand at telemarketing, Glynn (Ernie Hudson) gives the kitchen back to the Sicilians. Guerra (Otto Sanchez) refuses to shank Martinez (Carlos Leon), telling Morales (David Zayas) to do it himself. When Martinez dies, a distraught Nathan (Lauren Velez) tells Glynn she'll go public with the autopsy results, prompting him to hold a preemptive press conference. Brass (Blake Robbins) involves Murphy (Robert Clohessy) in his revenge on Morales. Hoyt (Evan Seinfeld) tells Mukada (B.D. Wong) he's had visions of Satan since he killed Kirk. Sister Pete (Rita Moreno) takes Jericho away from the increasingly volatile Cyril (Scott William Winters). Devlin arranges to have Cyril given electroshock treatments, so that he'll appear less impaired for his death penalty appeal. Redding has trouble convincing his crew that their future is in telemarketing. Said (Eamonn Walker) comes up with his own ambitious business plan to get Hill's memoirs published, and gets a visit from a mysterious reporter (Joel Grey).




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