The guards release them after Freida tricks them into thinking that she poisoned them. In the third season, she attempts to get the stolen heroin out of the prison. Following this, at the beginning of the sixth season, she is briefly seen in the Ohio facility some of the other prisoners were sent to. 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. Impressed with her, she gave Poussey her contact information so she can seek a job in her company after she got out. She's just a part of the prison, which is functioning as place for a huge group of inmates to become a group protagonist. Suzanne backs out of a possible sexual encounter, but is later seen forming a close bond with Maureen towards the end of the season. She sets up one prisoner to be transferred to max for stealing from her panty business and acts like it makes her the coldest, baddest bitch who ever went to prison. Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: Her wife at the time, Crystal, had been supportive of her transition and even helped her during her adjustment period, but her young son, Michael, had difficulty with her transition and ultimately turned her into authorities. Her paranoia began early in her professional life, which caused her to distrust and unnerve her boss. 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.
After Debbie got in the car, Barb shows Debbie that she has the locks so she can't get out. She is present when Kasey insults Poussey as her body is being loaded in an ambulance, and she is with the other white inmates when the riot starts. 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. Due to his preference for avoiding confrontation, Healy is contemptuously referred to as "Samantha" by Caputo, who feels that Healy is not tough enough on the inmates. At the end of the season, she discovers that Alex has written several notes with Aydin's full name on it and spread it around the prison. The Friend Nobody Likes: In prison, she acquires several other nicknames throughout the series. He initially returns it but stops himself from initiating sex, telling her that he does not want to make the same mistake again and that he is leaving anyway. She is usually seen with her friend, Ouija. Sympathetic, Caputo drives her back to the prison in his car, promising her that a short stint in SHU will be her only punishment. She tells him to let them grieve and that she will let them know he is sorry in order to prevent him from going to their cell block. She actively uses her resources to help some of the inmates overcome drug addictions, although they have only "two strikes" before she abandons them because "Russians don't play baseball. She then gets into a verbal dispute with white supremacist inmate Kasey Sankey after laughing at her when Officer Humphrey pulled her chair, and he immediately tries to escalate it into a full-on fight. Healy's background is further explored in the fourth season. They camp in the woods near the border, and after Coates falls asleep she goes to a local police station to turn herself in so Coates isn't implicated in her escape. As the two get closer, Lorna manipulates Vince into gathering some of his friends and beating Christopher up. Tiffany loses her religious fervor, becoming more easy-going and moderate in her beliefs after attending regular counseling sessions with Healy. Frustrated that the video did not get the views she wanted, she handed Caputo to the Spanish inmates. This article is published in The New York Times and allows him to move up in the journalistic world. This causes him to have an air embolism, which resulted in a stroke which ultimately kills him. She is overjoyed at Nicky's return from max, but declines when Nicky tries to convince her to restart their relationship.
At the beginning of the fourth season, Lolly returns to find Aydin garrotting Alex with his belt. In the second season, she complains that her hurt feelings should be in the forefront when Polly and Larry get together once she and Larry break up despite the fact that she has feelings for Alex and spent the second season growing more distant from Larry. Following this, Kasey is jumped by a group of Blanca's friends, consisting of Maria, Ramona, and Ouija. While they were high, Piper shows her the swastika brand on her arm, and Alex tells Piper and Nicky that she killed Aydin. 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. 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. Nevertheless, she begins to annoy and disturb the inmates with her open phone sex conversations, including in the visiting room. She is usually seen with her friend, Ouija. Under Maria Ruiz's leadership, Ramona and some other inmates violently beat Kasey in Sophia's old salon. Later that night, she was hit from behind and the gun was taken from her. This causes both blocks to forget about the fight and immerse themselves in the game, which prevents a bloodbath. She starts displaying a tendency for lying and manipulation, which admittedly probably has been implanted in her by her family upbringing.
Alex is then made to join the kickball team, where a knife fight is planned. She gets better. Later, Vee attempts to coldly trick her into taking the fall for Red's severe beating, as a distraught Suzanne believes she may have done it unconsciously due to her violent history. She admits to Piper and Nicky that she is not sure what she will do with her life when she gets out, as her only life skill is "moving massive amounts of heroin. Angered, Maria starts a rival business that quickly outperforms Piper's. 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. Kasey Sankey[ edit ] 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. Intrepid Reporter: 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 ". 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. After she was captured, she was transferred and does not appear in the sixth season of the show. The two start a friendship that results in her son acting out, causing Sophia to rescind her offer and cause a rift between Gloria and her that culminated into a violent confrontation. However, as her business begins to succeed, she becomes darker and more ruthless, firing Flaca in retaliation for her instigation of the strike. Piper is able to make it up to her later by convincing the prison to reopen the running track so that Janae can run again. Originally opting to go to an alternative prison, she decides to spend her time in prison at Litchfield. She is last seen boarding one of the buses transporting the prisoners away at the conclusion of the riot and does not appear in the sixth season. During a surprise inspection, drugs are discovered under Luschek's desk and he blames her for it, causing her to get sent to max.
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 Piscatella is released, she and the other inmates in the bunker stand together as the riot team breaches the bunker. She gets much worse in the third season. Following this, the two older sisters push the car into the lake and she hummed the song Maniac. 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. Suzanne is taken to the medical facility, where she discovers that her neighbor in the next bed is Maureen. She takes the gun from Daya, but ends up losing the gun to Angie after dropping it on the ground. When kickball is brought back to the prison, Suzanne proves to be a star player, and at the end of the season, joins the team on the outdoor field, completely unaware that a knife fight is due to take place. She has also been sending Luschek hate mail, and angrily castigates him when he comes to visit her, attempting to apologize. She is finally released from prison, and collected by Cal. Villain Protagonist: In the fifth season, she joins Ramona in guard duty over the hostages, and later helps set up a coffee parlor with the white supremacists, where Ouija reveals herself to be a very talented impressionist, impressing the other inmates with her dead-on impressions of the inmates and guards. Following this, she is not seen in the sixth season. Later on during the season, she appears to reconcile with Suzanne and meets her in the cleaning closet. In addition, she finds herself having to assist Alex, Lolly and Frieda in covering up Aydin's death. 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. Christopher suspects her for the break-in, and later visits the prison to confront and threaten her, finally shattering her obsessive delusions. For her race and mental illness, Suzanne was often shunned by her parents' community and her little sister's friends. I am a lone wolf, Brook. As the riot continued, she eventually takes off her prison uniform and puts on a CO's uniform. At the end of the first season, it is shown that Gloria is starving out Red in a similar way that Red did to Piper at the beginning of the series. During the fifth season, she stayed by Taystee's side while she was preparing to take the lead in negotiating to end the riot. 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. However, it later emerges that the officer that had discovered her had, in fact, knocked her unconscious, and she was later taken to the hospital to get treatment for her arm. Upon her arrival in the prison, Ouija immediately chats up Flaca, upon noticing the teardrop under her own eye, which she is disappointed to learn is just makeup, and questions her about the balance of power amongst the inmates. 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. 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. Distraught and hopeless, she decided to give her child up for adoption to Mendez's mother Delia. At the end of the season, Tiffany has escaped the prison in the confusion of the riot and was hiding in Coates' house.
She works in the prison kitchen, and a flashback reveals that she was the first inmate Red interacted with upon her own arrival. She concludes the season clean, but admits to Lorna that she is unhappy and a 'junkie addict liar'. For most of the season, she and Lorna attempt to find out who is defecating in the showers, before Nicky eventually deduces that it was Angie, and that she was doing it to smuggle drugs inside the prison. During the fourth season, she tries to help Black Cindy get a picture of Judy King to sell to the paparazzi. In the fourth season, Sophia spends most of the season in the SHU, and makes numerous efforts to get Caputo's attention, such as flooding her cell, setting fires, and bashing her head against the walls of her cell, while Crystal, with Gloria's secret assistance, repeatedly confronted him at the prison and his house. As Larry notes, she also has a nasty tendency to stick her foot in her mouth when nervous. In the fourth season, Piper has allowed the incident with Stella to go to her head, and she has become arrogant and overconfident, hiring her new bunkmate Stephanie Hapakuka as muscle. The rest of the inmates either don't care, don't take her seriously, or want to bring her down. Despite their white supremacist views, her and Helen become good friends with Ouija and Pidge, who are both of Dominican heritage. 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. During the third season, she is shown working on the lingerie detail with several of the other inmates. Chatty and somewhat ditzy, Brook attempts to befriend a non-reciprocating Piper, who had been kind to Brook on her first night in prison. Later that night, Alex finds Aydin still breathing, and smothers him to death before dismembering his body and disposing of his remains in the prison garden the following morning with Lolly and Frieda. In the second season she's so far gone she tries to pimp Soso out for a blanket and doesn't even seem to understand why the other girl is shocked and appalled, instead 'excusing' her actions by saying that 'is so fucking cold in prison'. In the third season, her secretive everyday routine and murky past are revealed. She is genuinely thrilled when she learns of Piper's early release but organizes a surprise wedding with Nicky and Lorna so that Piper can have her prison wedding before leaving.
While high, Piper discovers that Kubra sent Aydin to kill Alex and she killed him after he failed. Traumatized by the event, Suzanne attempts to deal with it by piling books on top of herself in order to find out what it felt like not to breathe. The guards release them after Freida tricks them into thinking that she poisoned them. During the second season, Nicky stages a sex-based point scoring competition with Big Boo, during which Nicky even makes advances on Officer Fischer. Nicole "Nicky" Nichols[ edit ] Main article: Wanting to straighten out after her release from prison, Alex makes an application to business school. She was brought to America by a boy called Jean Baptiste whom she develops a close friendship and later falls in love. After Bayley accidentally kills Poussey, she runs into him in the hall while he is trying to go to Poussey's friends to apologize. In the sixth season, it is revealed that Suzanne and Black Cindy had hidden from the CERT team in the bunker, and borne witness to the team scheming to pin Piscatella's death on the inmates in the bunker. During the show, Stratman does a striptease on her with only a sock covering his penis. When Grace and Brad leave for the weekend, she goes to the park, sees Dylan, and brings him to her apartment to play video games. 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. She is put on probation to the ire of Leanne and Angie, and the two of them bully her in order to force her to violate her probation. However, Vee sneaks up on Red in the greenhouse and beats her violently with a sock with a padlock inside, sending her to the prison hospital. Following this, the two older sisters push the car into the lake and she hummed the song Maniac. Years later, after all of the other wives had long since abandoned him, he had become bitter, twisted and verbally abusive. Knowing that Bennett could be imprisoned for her pregnancy, Daya joined forces with Red to trick Mendez into having sex with her so that he can be blamed for her pregnancy. Took a Level in Jerkass: 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. At the end of the fourth season, she joins in the riot after Poussey's death. Outside, as the inmates are being loaded onto their buses, Maritza is stopped from getting on the same bus Flaca was getting on. Years later she ran her own illegal cleaning service using similar child labor. It works for a bit when she tattles on Maria's gang and gets Maria framed for the panty business, but eventually Piscitella gets fed up with her. Maritza eventually chooses the live baby mouse, and later shares the horror of the experience to Flaca. Red is initially angered by their betrayal, but after discovering that Nicky could face an additional 70 years if she does not name Red as one of the instigators herself, she once again puts Nicky first and tells her to do so. 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. During the third season, it is revealed that she was Amish and that she became addicted to drugs during her Rumspringa. As the riot continued, she eventually takes off her prison uniform and puts on a CO's uniform. After Red's attempt to sabotage Gloria hurts Gina, Norma expresses frustration and angrily storms away from Red, leaving her in tears. 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.
She is almost ambushed by an attack team from Carol's sister, Barb's rival gang, but Nicky manages to prevent it from happening. Panty Ring: Purdy, who in real life is often questioned about her ethnicity, stated that portraying Hapakuka "has been so great for me" as the character is "the closest to my own ethnicity that I've ever played" and that Hapakuka herself is, like Purdy, questioned about her ethnicity. She shows Red the brand while crying on her bed and later shows Nicky and Alex while smoking crack cocaine in the garden. 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. 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. 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. She takes an immediate dislike to Piper, considering her to be inauthentic and self-centered, and later lures her into a trap set up by the Dominicans. Red eventually becomes Piper's new roommate and befriends her, while at the same time she attempts to come to terms with her loss of friends and status, in the process befriending the "Golden Girls" — the older women in the prison. In the fourth season, it is revealed that his hatred of lesbianism was imbued in him by his father, who believed that it was a disease akin to schizophrenia. During the fourth season, she is selected to be Judy King's roommate after she gets a private cell. At the beginning of the fifth season, she becomes extremely concerned about Daya after she shoots Humphrey in the leg, and attempts to keep him alive at all costs so Daya does not face a murder charge. She leaves medical, and rejoins the other inmates. She is initially shown ending a fling with Stella Carlin after discovering that she is using drugs again, but shortly after, falls off the wagon and starts using them herself. Eventually, he had berated her for staying with him for so long. In the fifth season, she along with Anita DeMarco join the white supremacists in order to capture Judy. During the second season, Nicky stages a sex-based point scoring competition with Big Boo, during which Nicky even makes advances on Officer Fischer. 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. In season 3 and early season 4. Much of Piper's change in behavior to that of a typical inmate is a result of her own actions after entering prison. Masochism Tango: When Piper is granted furlough, Red asks her to stop by the shop, and Piper sees the business is closed down. She developed a romantic relationship with prison guard John Bennett and became pregnant with his child. With coaching from Poussey and a makeover from Sophia, Taystee is paroled from the prison. When Sophia returns, Gloria attempts to make amends with her.
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