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Season 6

49 :06x01 - Dead Man Talking

Jan/05/2003
McManus comes across a box with Hill's memoirs of his past 6 years at Oz. Alvarez and Schillinger are transferred out of solitary to gen pop, and once Alvarez returns, McManus has him try to work things out with Guerra. Meanwhile, Rebadow gets some much needed cheering up when he is transferred to the library and meets Stella Coffo, the librarian; Kirk, who claims to be possessed, is transferred to death row; Suzanne Fitzgerald puts together an inmate production of Macbeth; Schibetta returns to Gen Pop; and Oz is placed on lockdown following race riots taking place outside of the prison.
Starring Roles: Malachy McCourt as Daniel Meehan | Malachy McCourt as Daniel Meehan |
Guest Stars: Peter Benson (2) as Reporter | Jack Davidson as Monsignor Slon | Carlos Leon as Carlos Martinez | Larry Pine as Arnold Zelman | Otto Sanchez as Chico Guerra | Philip Scozzarella as Officer Joseph Mineo | Thomas G. Waites as Henry Stanton | Joel West as Glen Shupe | Peter Benson (2) as Reporter | Timothy L. Brown as Officer Jason Armstrong | Jack Davidson as Monsignor Slon | Carl DiMaggio as Officer Len Lopresti | Carlos Leon as Carlos Martinez | Tom Ligon as Alvin Yood | John Lurie as Greg Penders | Larry Pine as Arnold Zelman | Andy Powers as Franklin Winthrop | Otto Sanchez as Chico Guerra | Philip Scozzarella as Officer Joseph Mineo | Evan Seinfeld as Jaz Hoyt | Thomas G. Waites as Henry Stanton | Joel West as Glen Shupe | Leon Robinson as Jefferson Keane
Director: Adam Bernstein
Writer: Tom Fontana

50 :06x02 - See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Smell No Evil

Jan/12/2003
As Beecher is granted parole, Mayor Wilson Loewen arrives at Oz, which, in turn, creates a twist in the feud between Schillinger and Beecher. The mystery behind why inmates in solitary confinement are getting sick is solved by Dr. Nathan.
Guest Stars: Jerome Preston Bates as Officer Travis Smith | Peter Benson (2) as Reporter | Timothy L. Brown as Officer Jason Armstrong | Antoni Corone as Frank Urbano | Judith Delgado as Carmen Alvarez | Carl DiMaggio as Officer Len Lopresti | Mtume Gant as Reggie Rawls | Bash Hallow as Assistant | Jon Korkes as Officer Tom Robinson | Carlos Leon as Carlos Martinez | Tom Ligon as Alvin Yood | John Lurie as Greg Penders | Tara Martell as Officer | Blake Robbins as Dave Brass | Otto Sanchez as Chico Guerra | Evan Seinfeld as Jaz Hoyt | Lou Sones as Steve Dawkins | Hank Wagner as Stein | Andrea Anders as Donna Degenhart | Jerome Preston Bates as Officer Travis Smith | Peter Benson (2) as Reporter | Timothy L. Brown as Officer Jason Armstrong | Antoni Corone as Frank Urbano | Judith Delgado as Carmen Alvarez | Carl DiMaggio as Officer Len Lopresti | Mtume Gant as Reggie Rawls | Zach Gold as Photographer | Jon Korkes as Officer Tom Robinson | Carlos Leon as Carlos Martinez | John Lurie as Greg Penders | Tara Martell as Officer | Andy Powers as Franklin Winthrop | Blake Robbins as Dave Brass | Catherine Wolf as Nurse Carol Grace |
Uncredited: Brendan Kelly (1) as Wolfgang Cutler | Emanuel Yarbrough as Clarence Seroy | Brendan Kelly (1) as Wolfgang Cutler
Director: Marc Klasfeld
Writer: Sunil Nayar

51 :06x03 - Sonata de Oz

Jan/19/2003
Devlin scrambles to find a win-win solution to his pardoning issues when Loewen threatens to go to the press. Beecher says his goodbyes to Keller and is later released from Oz. Redding moves to telemarketing, opening up the kitchen, which Glynn gives to Pancamo. Meanwhile, Morales dies due to liver failure; Glynn learns why inmates are dying due to poisoning; Hoyt thinks he saw the devil while dealing with the guilt of killing Kirk; and Said is shot by a reporter.
Starring Roles: Tom Atkins as Wilson Loewen | Roxanne Hart as Jessica Kirk | Tom Atkins as Wilson Loewen | Zuill Bailey as Eugene Dobbins |
Guest Stars: Matthew Cowles as Brandt | Matthew Cowles as Brandt | Victor Bevine as D'Arta | Timothy L. Brown as Officer Jason Armstrong | Tony Hoty as Lionel Kelsch | Christopher Neal Jackson as Perry Loftus | Anil Kumar as Menon | John Lurie as Greg Penders | Malik Yoba as Kenaniah Maxwell | Philip Scozzarella as Officer Joseph Mineo | Evan Seinfeld as Jaz Hoyt | Catherine Wolf as Nurse Carol Grace | Andrea Anders as Donna Degenhart | Victor Bevine as D'Arta | Timothy L. Brown as Officer Jason Armstrong | Mtume Gant as Reggie Rawls | Tony Hoty as Lionel Kelsch | Anil Kumar as Menon | Tom Ligon as Alvin Yood | John Lurie as Greg Penders | Malik Yoba as Kenaniah Maxwell | Blake Robbins as Dave Brass | Otto Sanchez as Chico Guerra | Michelle Schumacher as Norma Clark | Philip Scozzarella as Officer Joseph Mineo | Evan Seinfeld as Jaz Hoyt | Catherine Wolf as Nurse Carol Grace |
Uncredited: Brendan Kelly (1) as Wolfgang Cutler | Brendan Kelly (1) as Wolfgang Cutler
Director: Judy Dennis

53 :06x05 - 4 Giveness

Feb/02/2003
The Muslims put out the first copies of Hill's journal, but soon find that their business venture may not be as good as they had thought. Robson is able to rejoin the Brotherhood. Murphy goes to Glynn, which leads to the suspension of Brass. Busmalis is visited by Norma and the baby and she proposes to him. Meanwhile, Cyril's execution is rapidly approaching and he begins to show the side effects of ETC; Keller goes to Beecher for a favor, and then turns on him by ratting him out.
Starring Roles: Peter Francis James as Jahfree Neema | Andrew Barchilon as Hank Schillinger | Peter Francis James as Jahfree Neema |
Guest Stars: Matthew Cowles as Brandt | Matthew Cowles as Brandt | Carl DiMaggio as Officer Len Lopresti | Cyrus Farmer as Officer Adrian Johnson | Avery Glymph as Jamal Yusef | Ra Hanna as Nacim Bismilla | Tony Hoty as Lionel Kelsch | Tom Ligon as Alvin Yood | Malik Yoba as Kenaniah Maxwell | Connie Nelson as Detective Guinevere McGorry | Michael Rivera as Pablo Rosa | Blake Robbins as Dave Brass | Philip Scozzarella as Officer Joseph Mineo | Thomas G. Waites as Henry Stanton | Katheryn Winnick as Liesel Robson | Antoni Corone as Frank Urbano | Carl DiMaggio as Officer Len Lopresti | Cyrus Farmer as Officer Adrian Johnson | Mtume Gant as Reggie Rawls | Avery Glymph as Jamal Yusef | Ra Hanna as Nacim Bismilla | Tony Hoty as Lionel Kelsch | Tom Ligon as Alvin Yood | Malik Yoba as Kenaniah Maxwell | Michael Rivera as Pablo Rosa | Otto Sanchez as Chico Guerra | Michelle Schumacher as Norma Clark | Philip Scozzarella as Officer Joseph Mineo | Evan Seinfeld as Jaz Hoyt | Katheryn Winnick as Liesel Robson | Catherine Wolf as Nurse Carol Grace
Writer: Tom Fontana

55 :06x07 - Junkyard Dawgs

Feb/16/2003
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Starring Roles: Ashley Hamilton as Stanley Bukowski | Roxanne Hart as Jessica Kirk | Tom Ligon as Alvin Yood | Bobby Cannavale as Alonso Torquemada | Michelle Schumacher as Norma Clark-Busmalis | Tom Ligon as Alvin Yood |
Guest Stars: Timothy L. Brown as Officer Jason Armstrong | Antoni Corone as Frank Urbano | Matthew Cowles as Brandt | Cyrus Farmer as Officer Adrian Johnson | Mtume Gant as Reggie Rawls | Malik Yoba as Kenaniah Maxwell | Seth William Meier as Liam Meaney | J.D. Nugent as Inmate #1 | Gary Perez as Luis Ruiz | Amie Quigley as Cathy Jo Cutler | Michael Rivera as Pablo Rosa | Otto Sanchez as Chico Guerra | Philip Scozzarella as Officer Joseph Mineo | Lou Sones as Steve Dawkins | Timothy L. Brown as Officer Jason Armstrong | Cedric Cannon as Officer | Antoni Corone as Frank Urbano | Cyrus Farmer as Officer Adrian Johnson | Mtume Gant as Reggie Rawls | Tony Hoty as Lionel Kelsch | Malik Yoba as Kenaniah Maxwell | Seth William Meier as Liam Meaney | Gary Perez as Luis Ruiz | Michael Rivera as Pablo Rosa | Lou Sones as Steve Dawkins

56 :06x08 - Exeunt Omnes

Feb/23/2003
Querns makes a return to Oz as a warden. As Howell learns that she's pregnant, Rebadow unsuccessfully petitions to artificially inseminate Norma. Vahue returns to Oz to talk to young prisoners and has a reunion with Brass. Alvarez receives bad news from the parole board. The mystery behind what really happened to Cloutier is revealed by Hoyt to Ray. Meanwhile, Idzik's death penalty sentence is overturned; Dr. Nathan lends her support to Ryan on the day of Cyril's execution; and the production of Macbeth is held, but Schillinger's fate is the same as the character he plays.
Starring Roles: Mason Adams as Mr. Hoyt | Becky Ann Baker as Greta | Bobby Cannavale as Alonso Torquemada | Otto Sanchez as Chico Guerra | Mason Adams as Mr. Hoyt | Becky Ann Baker as Greta | Bobby Cannavale as Alonso Torquemada | Simon Jones (1) as Judge Kessler | Otto Sanchez as Chico Guerra |
Guest Stars: Jerome Preston Bates as Officer Travis Smith | Peter Benson (2) as Reporter | Timothy L. Brown as Officer Jason Armstrong | Antoni Corone as Frank Urbano | Carl DiMaggio as Officer Len Lopresti | Cyrus Farmer as Officer Adrian Johnson | Mtume Gant as Reggie Rawls | Andrew Heckler as Noel Behn | Tony Hoty as Lionel Kelsch | Christopher Neal Jackson as Perry Loftus | Ray Karl as Officer | Gary Perez as Luis Ruiz | Amie Quigley as Cathy Jo Cutler | Michael Rivera as Pablo Rosa | Blake Robbins as Dave Brass | Philip Scozzarella as Officer Joseph Mineo | Evan Seinfeld as Jaz Hoyt | Hank Wagner as Stein | Thomas G. Waites as Henry Stanton | Andrea Anders as Donna Degenhart | Jerome Preston Bates as Officer Travis Smith | Timothy L. Brown as Officer Jason Armstrong | Marilyn Chris as Mrs. Oppenheimer | Antoni Corone as Frank Urbano | Carl DiMaggio as Officer Len Lopresti | Cyrus Farmer as Officer Adrian Johnson | Mtume Gant as Reggie Rawls | Jay Harris as Commissioner Douglas | Andrew Heckler as Noel Behn | Tony Hoty as Lionel Kelsch | Ray Karl as Officer | Malik Yoba as Kenaniah Maxwell | Gary Perez as Luis Ruiz | Amie Quigley as Cathy Jo Cutler | Blake Robbins as Dave Brass | Philip Scozzarella as Officer Joseph Mineo | Evan Seinfeld as Jaz Hoyt | Hank Wagner as Stein | Thomas G. Waites as Henry Stanton
Director: Alex Zakrzewski
Writer: Tom Fontana