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Season 3 ended with a bang at Oswald State Correctional Facility: Level Four, as racial tensions reached an all-time high. Now, with inmates still on 24-hour lockdown, prison officials are looking for ways to end the hostilities and return Em City to normal. Truth is, Em City was never "normal." And if anyone thinks the worst is over at Oz, they’re dead wrong. HBO presents the fourth season of this acclaimed drama series that focuses on an experimental "prison within a prison" called Emerald City, which is filled with a now-familiar congregation of colorful — and highly volatile — inmates. With McManus fired and Emerald City under new Unit Manager Martin Querns, things are definitely changing . . . but not necessarily for the better.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoA Cock and Balls Story||Season Four premiere. The world of Oz--an experimental prison within a prison known as the Emerald City--reopens its doors with the inmates still on a 24-hour lockdown and prison officials struggling to end the hostilities.||57:18||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoObituaries||The African-American inmates point the finger at McManus for letting Em City get out of hand. After that and his recent erratic behavior, McManus gets the ax from Glynn. Mobay's cover is almost blown. Beecher takes Said's place testifying in court after Said refuses to wear the orange prison suit to court. Dr. Nathan agrees to participate in the interaction program with her in-laws and the O'Reilys. Gulino pays a price for demanding that Stanislofsky return his cell phone. Alvarez proves he has (at least) nine lives, and Busmalis lets him in on a little secret.||56:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Bill of Wrongs||Glynn learns from Adebisi that he was given the gun by former C.O. Hughes. Morales enlists Rebadow's help in taking Hernandez's place in the drug ring run by Adebisi and Pancamo. Mobay is cornered: either take drugs to prove he's not undercover or get rubbed out. African-American community leaders talk to Glynn about getting a black man or woman to take McManus's place. The interaction program turns into a disaster thanks to an announcement by Ryan O'Reily. Schillinger learns that Beecher made the arrangements for his son to visit him--and decides to return the favor in his inimitable way.||56:57||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoWorks of Mercy||Em City gets a new Unit Manager, Martin Querns, whose methods are hardly orthodox. Beecher's torment over his missing children is worsened when Schillinger presents him with an unexpected package. Cramer has a stroke of luck that may get him out of Oz. Sister Pete gets a visit from Frances Cardinal Abgott, who discusses her decision to leave the Order. Dr. Nathan confronts O'Reily about his involvement in a recent attack against her. Em City gets a new resident, Supreme Allah, who's definitely bad news. McManus returns to Oz in a new capacity.||56:27||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoGray Matter||As Querns implements his new course of action, the dynamics of Em City start to change, causing friction with Officer Murphy. Beecher falls deeper into depression as he wonders about the fate of his children. After dealing with Hernandez, Rebadow is infused with a new attitude. Mobay, still proving himself to Adebisi and his crew, commits a hideous crime in order to convince them that he isn't a narc. Stanislofsky attempts to get Hoyt to whack O'Reily, but the plan backfires. Father Mukada confronts Schillinger about his involvement in the abduction of Beecher's kids.||56:24||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoA Word to the Wise||In an effort to reduce violence, white inmates are transferred out of Em City. Said and Arif talk to Querns about the negative impact of his changes, but their efforts are in vain. Mobay gets in good with Adebisi's crew...but pays a price. Officer Murphy takes a new assignment in Unit B, now under McManus' management. Officer Howell is transferred to Em City to counter the increasing lack of diversity. On death row, Ginzburg petitions to be executed early. Beecher finds out who is responsible for his children's kidnapping. Rebadow looks to exact revenge on Busmalis for escaping without him. O'Reily meets Dr. Nathan's attacker and decides to take care of him.||55:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoA Town Without Pity||With everything topsy-turvy in Em City, O'Reily begins a surprising affair. Zabitz asks Schillinger for protection from Keller--who tries to get into the rehab program to make amends with Sister Pete. Beecher looks to get even with his children's kidnapper. Adebisi wields his power by going solo in the drug business. Confronted with his own demons, Arif turns to Said for guidance and leadership. Said unexpectedly pledges his allegiance to Adebisi, but plots with McManus to stop Querns' reign of terror. An enraged Hughes makes an attempt on Devlin's life at a press conference.||56:06||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoYou Bet Your Life||After Hughes' attack on Devlin, Glynn decides to withdraw from the race. Miguel Alvarez is still on the loose. Supreme Allah receives an unwanted surprise. Hill pays big time when he tells Mobay he knows he's undercover, and Mobay comes clean about his involvement in Oz's recent crimes. Considering the words of Cyril O'Reily, Sister Pete considers remaining in the Order. On death row, Deyell, angered by Miles' racial comments, decides it's time for payback. Glynn deals with Querns when he gets evidence of Em City's mismanagement, and McManus takes back his 'rightful territory.' Meanwhile, Said does the unthinkable.||57:15||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoMedium Rare||A TV newsmagazine crew descends on Em City, and the results aren't quite ready for prime time. O'Reily sees the visit as his chance for revenge against the show's anchor, Jack Eldridge, who ran a negative piece on the O'Reily brothers fifteen years earlier. While Beecher and Keller argue over how much to reveal in front of the cameras, McManus tips the show's producer off that the real story lies behind Adebisi's death.||52:51||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoConversions||New inmate Burr Reading arrives, ready to take charge of the African-American drug scene. Dr. Nathan returns to Em City, and finds the biggest adjustment is dealing with her feelings for O'Reily. Tidd tries to strike up a deal with Schillinger. Glynn hires a new assistant named Floria Mills. The zealotry of new prisoner Jeremiah Cloutier (a former TV evangelist) is met with skepticism. Several Chinese refugees are housed in the Em City common room, where they become caught in a power struggle between Morales and Redding.||58:03||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoRevenge Is Sweet||Morales looks to pit the Chinese against Redding. Alvarez offers Glynn his services as an informant as a way out of solitary. Dr. Nathan announces that Em City inmates will be selected to test a trial drug supposed to age people the same number of years as their sentences, which in turn would reduce the time actually spent behind bars. Tidd 'proves' his intentions towards Said and Arif are honorable. Barlog, Keller and Beecher become embroiled in a love triangle that intensifies when the FBI offers leniency to Barlog in exchange for testifying against Keller.||58:02||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoCuts Like a Knife||O'Reily regrets getting Cyril involved with the trial drug when it starts taking effect. Meanwhile, Giles' request for an unusual method of execution creates controversy and the Chinese refugees are deported...but not before plotting revenge on Morales.||58:25||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Blizzard of '01||O'Reily is in for a surprise when a visitor reveals the truth about his past, while Cyril faces trouble for his difficult behavior. Meanwhile, Morales and Redding lay out plans that could lead to all-out war in Em City.||58:27||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoOrpheus Descending||McManus calls a superficial truce between Redding and Morales. Basil finally sees his wife, but Hughes ends up spoiling their happiness. Meanwhile, Cyril's latest outburst proves to be the last straw.||58:05||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoEven the Score||McManus finds he is unable to turn his back on White. Beecher tells the parents of the young girl he killed that he's up for parole. Howell tries to blackmail O'Reily so she can get to Cyril, but he throws her for a loop--and then O'Reily is thrown himself by a family secret.||57:58||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoFamous Last Words||In the Season Four finale, Hill discovers where his true allegiances lie in Oz. Redding's plot to use the Colonel against Morales has an unexpected outcome, forcing the two drug leaders to consider a real truce. Cloutier runs into trouble from both his church on the outside and his disgruntled parishioners in Oz. Hughes 'revolutionizes' Unit J. The last basketball game is a very different contest without Brass. White gets a little too close to McManus. Beecher's agony about his parole hearing leads to a shocking season climax.||1:02:25||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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I am a blind, stoned junkie for this show. I'm not sure I had even heard of it prior to stumbling upon it here on iTunes. Seems I had downloaded pretty much everything else that was worth watching, so I thought I'd check out this show Oz. What the heck, right? Back in the mid-to-late Nineties I was putting in 80 hour weeks at Merrill Lynch, playing gigs at night, and having kids. One right after the other. Literally. So I hadn't ever seen or even heard of the show. I researched it best I could, and couldn't find a single negative article or review, but found dozens of positive, rave reviews. What really sold me though was the incredible ensemble cast, that just seemed to get better with each passing year. Some of the finest talent in the business, and they are actually, sometimes shockingly, allowed to really s-t-r-e-t-c-h their craft to some pretty raw places not previously explored on the small screen. Buy every season. Then watch them over and over. It's worth it.
OZ IS awesome
This show is so addicting.
I'm broke now
I spent all my money on the first 4 seasons of oz, now I'm broke. Gotta scrape together 31.84 so I can buy the 5th and 6th seasons. SO GOOD.