We see sister Jane's past as an activist, Soso gets more people with her hunger strike and gets Caputo involved, Figueroa uses the rape scandal to help her husband's election for senate. Also, Diaz and Bennett are in a hold in their relationship due to Pornstache being held accountable for the baby, Piper calls Vause to discuss their main boss, and after Red learns that Big Boo was the one who gave the information on how Red is getting her stuff into the prison, she gets the last favor she will ever get done by her. Also, Polly tells Pete devastating news that she is leaving him for Larry, which doesn't go down so well, and after Healy starts a support group, Crazy Eyes decides to join in to make sure no one spills anything about their deals.
Did You Know?
The song playing at the end of the episode is "Where Have All The Flowers Gone" and is commonly referred to as an anti-war song used during the 1960s to protest the Vietnam conflict - something that Sister Jane (Beth Fowler
) was a part of. The song was released in the 1950s but it gained most of its popularity in the 60's, so Sister Jane would have been aware of the song and its anti-Vietnam connotations. See more
At about 10:20 in, Piper tells Healy she wants to ask him something. She has an unfolded piece of paper in her hands, and then the angle changes and you see her pull a paper from her waistband and then unfold it. See more
I'm not an alcoholic. I'm Australian.
Where Have All The Flowers Gone
Performed by Joan Baez
Written by Pete Seeger See more