|Episode #:||3 (1.3)|
|Director:||Jean de Segonzac|
|Friction is growing in the wake of two deaths--first Ortolani and now Johnny Post--so Wiseguy leader Schibetta, Said, and Gangbanger Jefferson Keane are brought together by Warden Glynn, who tells them to keep their boys quiet or else he'll lock the prison down. The tension increases following a visit from Governor Devlin, who was responsible for the ban on smoking and conjugal visits. Meanwhile, Keane has found God--just as a couple of Latinos with a grudge find him; Beecher looks into O'Reily's appeal and Ryan gets him high; Devlin sends in the FBI to investigate the murders; Alvarez's wife gives birth.|
ERNIE HUDSON as Warden Leo Glynn|
TERRY KINNEY as Tim McManus
HAROLD PERRINEAU as Augustus Hill
EAMONN WALKER as Kareem Said
KIRK ACEVEDO as Miguel Alvarez|
EDIE FALCO as Officer Diane Wittlesey
LEON as Jefferson Keane
RITA MORENO as Sister Peter Marie
TONY MUSANTE as Nino Schibetta
J.K. SIMMONS as Vernon Schillinger
LEE TERGESEN as Tobias Beecher
SEAN WHITESELL as Donald Groves
DEAN WINTERS as Ryan O'Reily
B.D. WONG as Father Ray Mukada
ZELJKO IVANEK as Governor James Devlin|
ADEWALE AKINNOYE-AGBAJE as Simon Adebisi
GEORGE MORFOGEN as Robert Rebadow
SKIPP SUDDUTH as Investigator Lenny Burruano
SCOTT COHEN as Agent Jeremy Goldstein
O.L. DUKE as Paul Markstram
GOODFELLA MIKE G as Joey D'Angelo
BENNY NIEVES as Carlos
STEVE RYAN as Officer Mike Healy
JD WILLIAMS as Kenny Wangler
RAUL ARANAS as Jorge Vargas|
ELIZABETH RODRIGUEZ as Maritza Alvarez
DERRICK SIMMONS as Billie Keane
PHILIP V. SCOZZARELLA as Officer Joseph Mineo
Tobias begins working for Sister Pete.|
Jefferson finds Allah and changes his name to Tizi Ouzou. He goes on trial for killing Julio Martinez.
Miguel Alvarez's girlfriend Maritza gives birth to a baby boy, who has a bad liver.
This episode introduces:
#97W566 Kenneth Wangler, 16 years old, tried as an adult. Convicted July 6, 1997, Murder in the first degree. Sentence: 20 years, up for parole in six.
This episode gives background information for:
#97P904 Ryan O'Reily. Convicted July 12, 1997. Two counts, vehicular manslaughter; five counts, reckless endangerment; possession of controlled substances; criminal possession of a weapon; parole violation. Sentence: Life imprisonment, up for parole in 12.
#97A413 Miguel Alvarez. Convicted February 3, 1997. Assault with a deadly weapon; criminal mischief in the second degree. Sentence: 15 years, up for parole in 2. His wife was arrested at the same time and is serving in Parker Women's Correctional Facility.