Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Em City 13 Dead Evil Sonata da Failure

In this podcast Susan, Amelia, and Chris discuss the first four episodes of the final season of OZ: Dead Man Walking, See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Smell No Evil; Sonata da Oz, and A Failure to Communicate.

Dead Man Talking
(written by TF/directed by Adam Bernstein/theme: death and the afterlife)
In the Season Six premiere, Alvarez and Schillinger are released from solitary and placed back into the general population. Meanwhile, a mourning Rebadow's spirits get a lift when he is transferred to the library and meets the new librarian, Stella Coffo.

See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Smell No Evil
(written by TF & Sunil Nayar/directed by Marc Klasfeld/theme: senses)
The unexpected arrival of Mayor Wilson Loewen at Oz spurs an ironic turn involving Schillinger and Beecher. Meanwhile, Dr. Nathan discovers why solitary inmates are getting sick. A new business plan within Oz inspires Redding, and some Death Row prisoners get a bang out of a magazine shoot.
Sonata da Oz
(written by TF & Sunil Nayar/directed by Judy Dennis/theme: music)
Schillinger has a disappointing visit with Mayor Loewen. Glynn has to face the truth about the toxic-poisoning problem within Oz. Down in solitary, Officer Brass spends some quality time with Morales. Meanwhile, Cyril O'Reily undergoes an unusual method of therapy, and Said gets more than he bargained for in leading the Muslims into a new business venture.

A Failure to Communicate
(written by TF & Bradford Winters/directed by David vonAncken/theme: communication)
Glynn receives mixed news on the toxic-poisoning problem. Meanwhile, Rebadow's relationship with the new librarian Stella hits a snag, Keller and Beecher work out an agreement, and Robson finally gets some redemption.

Next time we finish the series with: 4giveness;  A Day in the Death…; Junkyard Dawgs; Exeunt Omnes

Join us Wednesday nights for #TweetSoup and Follow us on Twitter @GeekGirlSoup
Support your Geek Girls at www.cafepress.com/GeekGirlSoup
Continue the conversation on facebook.com/GeekGirlSoup 
Email your questions and comments to GeekGirlSoup@gmail.com
Call or text your questions and comments to 503–GGSOUP-1  (503-447-6871)
Stay geeky!

No comments:

Post a Comment