Suzanne Warren, also known as "Crazy Eyes", is a main character and an inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary. She is portrayed by Uzo Aduba. She was a recurring guest star in Season One and a series regular in ensuing seasons.

She was introduced in Season One in a subplot in which she wanted Piper to be her "prison wife", but Piper was not interested.


Suzanne, better known by her prison nickname "Crazy Eyes", can become very emotionally attached to people and this often deters the other inmates from interacting with her. She is easily upset and is quickly frustrated, usually resulting in her hitting herself on the head and calling herself "stupid". She sometimes demonstrates a serious lack of empathy, e.g. when beating up Maureen Kukudio, or when reacting to Soso being found unconscious in the library after a failed suicide attempt. She also has an odd affection for obscure things and death. 

Suzanne is on anti-psychotic medication that calms her down, and goes to the psych ward as needed. She curbs her own sorrow and anxiety by cleaning the bathrooms at night. Despite what seems like a tendency to devote herself blindly to others, Suzanne does not respond well to perceived unkindness, and states at the end of Season One that Piper is a mean person. Her blind devotion to people like Vee shows that she desires more than anything to be accepted and loved. 

Her compassion and thoughtfulness become apparent in other instances, like when she provides peppers for Piper to make amends with Red. She enjoys reciting literature and poetry and often writes her own compositions, e.g. poems to Piper in Season One. She is also often seen using poetic phrases and underlining her words with emphatic gestures. She has a vast imagination, and her creative writing is enjoyed by many inmates. She also is very intelligent, as demonstrated in  S5 when she explains what happens to cells with a lack of oxygen.

There is strong evidence suggesting that Suzanne has a mental illness (delusions, hallucinations, emotional disregulation, poor boundaries, aggressive outbursts, difficulty understanding social cues, etc.). While she has been prescribed medication that is described as "anti-psychotic", a specific diagnosis has not been revealed on the show. Counselor and psychologist Berdie Rogers mentioned in reaction to her erotic fiction that Suzanne "is in the mental state of a 6 year old" (referring to her emotional maturity, not her mental age). Although lacking in judgement (and personal restraint), she has consistently demonstrated above average intelligence and a good education. For example, she understood the concept of a mutation when other inmates seated at a table with her did not.

As revealed by Uzo Aduba, the casting call for Suzanne described her as "like a child, except children aren't scary."

Physical DescriptionEdit


Suzanne has big, bulgy eyes, earning Suzanne the nickname "Crazy Eyes". She also has short black curly hair that she keeps rolled up into Bantu knots on her head. In "Hugs Can Be Deceiving", it is shown that Suzanne took on this hairstyle as a result of the care given to her by a nurse who comforted her when she was in the hospital  to visit her mother as she was giving birth to her sister Grace. Her hairstyle changes after Vee alters it in Season Two, and she keeps it this way long after Vee is gone. In season five Black Cindy describes Suzanne as being built "like a concrete house."


For a list of episodes featuring Suzanne's flashbacks, see here.

Before Litchfield Edit

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5-year-old Suzanne holding her new-born sister Grace

Suzanne was adopted by the childless couple Pat and Dennis Warren sometime before her sixth birthday, possibly due to them not being able to have children themselves up to this point, but the real circumstances which led to her being adopted are unknown. When she was still quite young, her adoptive parents had a biological daughter named Grace who they referred to as their "miracle" and to whom Suzanne developed a close link from the moment she first saw her, wanting to be her "best friend".

During her childhood, Suzanne didn't have the same social development as other children. When she was 10 years old, she didn't have any friends of her own age, which resulted in her having to play with Grace and her friends, though they didn't want to be with her due to her odd behavior. Her adoptive mother insisted that Suzanne be allowed to attend a slumber party at Grace's friend Isla's house, despite the other girls all being younger than her and Isla's mother not really wanting her there. Grace tried to be nice to her sister, but begged her not to act "weird". When Isla began a game of creating a story together, Suzanne took the predictable story line of a pretty girl living in a big house and changed it to include a dragon that burnt the pretty girl alive, disgusting the others.

Her adoptive mother was very protective of her, always wanting her to succeed in life regardless of her being different, and pushed Suzanne to do things she didn't want to do, which left emotional and mental scars on her later in life. For example, she encouraged Suzanne to perform a solo at her high school graduation in 2000. Suzanne froze up and ran off stage amid the laughter of the other students, hysterically blaming her mother for always pushing her into doing more things ("Hugs Can Be Deceiving").

As an adult, Suzanne becomes a greeter at a local store and is very good at her job, earning 'Employee of the Month' for September. Suzanne goes home to inform her sister Grace, and Grace's boyfriend about being named 'Employee of the Month' and they are both very proud of her. Suzanne notices that Grace is packing a suitcase and Grace tells her that she is going out of town with her boyfriend for the weekend. Suzanne is very nervous about being at home alone all weekend, telling her sister that she is, "A young 28," but Grace begs Suzanne to let her have just one weekend away with her boyfriend since she and Suzanne spend every weekend together, to which Suzanne hesitantly agrees.

Suzanne goes to a park that weekend to try to make friends, and sees a young boy whom she recognizes from her job named Dylan. After talking about their favorite toys, Suzanne invites him back to her apartment for popsicles, unaware that she is now kidnapping him; it is implied that Dylan's parents are unaware of his whereabouts. The two play video games together at Suzanne's apartment. Suzanne mentions that she expects Dylan to stay the weekend with her, which scares Dylan. As Suzanne goes to her costume collection to bring out some of her capes for Dylan to try on, she returns to find Dylan on the phone with the police. Suzanne tells Dylan to only call the police in an emergency, and begins to yell at him. Dylan tries to escape the apartment, but an agitated Suzanne blocks the entrance and tells Dylan, "You don't run away from your friends!" A frightened Dylan exits through the fire escape, where Suzanne tries to get him to come back inside. As Suzanne screams for Dylan not to run away, he falls over the edge of the fire escape and presumably dies.

Season One Edit

Suzanne is introduced as a slightly unhinged inmate who develops an obsession with Piper. Suzanne is a lesbian prisoner who, according to Healy, has been a problem prisoner with a violent history and several prison wives before Piper's arrival, which have caused many problems. She follows Piper around the prison and refers to her as "Dandelion" and the relationship she imagines with her as "chocolate and vanilla swirl". After Warren puts a request in with Healy to bunk together, Piper confronts her and rebuffs her advances. This causes Warren to retaliate by urinating on the floor of Piper's cubicle while she is sleeping. As the season progresses, she starts to leave Piper alone and a more vulnerable side of Warren is revealed. It is shown that she is hurt that everyone calls her "Crazy Eyes". She also confesses to Piper that she came back from the psych ward, something few inmates do, as her adoptive parents have an arrangement with the prison management. She is shown to have a flair for reciting literature and poetry, often writing her own compositions.

In "Fucksgiving" she is seen getting visited by her adoptive parents Pat and Dennis.

Season Two Edit

In "Hugs Can Be Deceiving", it is revealed that Suzanne got stage fright at the Christmas play at the end of Season One and was subsequently ridiculed by Flaca and Maritza. During Piper's altercation with Pennsatucky, Suzanne came outside in the midst of a panic attack and, mistaking Piper for her adoptive mother, attacked Piper violently. This inadvertently made it look like a more even fistfight, saving Piper from severe punishment. Suzanne approached Piper upon Piper's return from MDC and apologized for attacking her. 

Suzanne falls under the new inmate Vee's manipulative maternal influence and charms, eventually becoming Vee's "muscle", violently beating or threatening any inmates who crosses her (e.g. Poussey). Later, Vee attempts to convince Suzanne that she is to blame for Vee's attack on Red, to cover herself, and Suzanne is blamed by the prison administration. Suzanne is seen to be very confused and believes that she is possibly responsible. Suzanne is left distraught when Vee ends up missing from prison, as she believed that Vee could do no wrong, and that Vee genuinely loved her, as opposed to the truth which is that Vee manipulated Suzanne for her own ends.

Season Three Edit

Suzanne has a difficult time accepting the loss of Vee, often saying that she is "coming back" to Litchfield. Taystee, who had a mother figure in Vee starting before their incarceration, eventually helps Suzanne come to terms with Vee's death. They share a touching scene where they both mourn her together.

Suzanne begins attending Berdie Rogers' drama class. She writes a science fiction erotica series named "Time Hump Chronicles" that, in her mind, is actually homework for Berdie's class. This series gets passed around Litchfield and attracts many fans, including Poussey, Frieda, DeMarco, Babs, Valdez and Maureen Kukudio. While discussing her series, Suzanne apologizes to Poussey for assaulting her in the previous season whereon the two make up. Maureen tries to encourage Suzanne to continue her story with a self-written poem and advises her to include more "girl-on-girl stuff", even implying to be helpful with making homosexual experiences with her for that purpose. Maureen states that she would wait for her in the broom closet at night and gives her a kiss on her cheek. But even though Suzanne writes erotic stories, she has no experiences with sex at all and does not know how it works. When she later approaches the broom closet door after having a talk about sex with Lorna, she does not have enough courage to enter and eventually just passes by ("A Tittin' and a Hairin'").

Later, Suzanne reveals that one of the series characters, "Admiral Rodcocker", is based on a correctional officer at Litchfield, Wade Donaldson. The prison staff eventually gets their hands on Suzanne's erotica series. Sam Healy, who has a personal vendetta against newcomer Berdie Rogers, blames the erotica on Berdie's drama class. This puts Berdie on temporary leave while the prison investigates the situation.

At the beach of the lake behind Litchfield, Suzanne and Maureen are seen flirting and holding hands, implying a future relationship ("Trust No Bitch").

Season Four Edit

After they walk to some abandoned cabins in the woods near the lakes, Suzanne refuses to escape from the prison with Maureen Kukudio, feeling too pressured and rushed by her. She returns to the prison and, after Maureen is recovered too, they don't talk again until Suzanne realises she might not have a chance to be intimate with anyone else. Suzanne offers to hook up with Maureen in the broom closet again and Maureen accepts. They initiate sex but Maureen stops halfway through and walks out, to make them "even" for Suzanne abandoning her in the woods. Maureen then tries to act like they're back to normal again, because they're even, but Suzanne is confused by the back and forth, and requests space away from Maureen per Taystee's relationship advice. When the prison guards go rogue and try to pressure inmates into a fight, Maureen offers to fight Suzanne. She provokes her by taunting her with cruel insults and is brutally beaten by Suzanne. After Maureen is taken to the medical ward, Suzanne is traumatized and zones out for the rest of the day. She participates in the peaceful protest, helped onto a cafeteria table by Poussey Washington. When the guards begin pulling inmates down, Suzanne panics and becomes violent towards herself and the guards. In the chaos, Poussey tries to get to Suzanne but is tackled to the ground by Baxter Bayley, who leans all his weight on her while Suzanne attacks him, accidentally suffocating Poussey to death. In her grief afterward, Suzanne tries to put enough weight on herself using random objects so she can feel what it was like to suffocate. The other inmates are disturbed by this and try to make her stop. Eventually, she topples a library bookshelf onto herself. Brook Soso hears the crash and finds help for Suzanne. Suzanne is wheeled to the medical ward, where she is placed in a room next to Maureen Kukudio.

Season Five Edit

At the beginning of season five, Suzanne is seen recovering in Medical with Maureen. Eventually, Humps is placed in the bed between them and later has a stroke. Suzanne and Maureen leave Medical and rejoin the rest of the prison, who are involved in a riot. Suzanne is angry that the place in the cafeteria where Poussey died is not being respected, and clears the area, making a circle around it. Later, she and Brook Soso believe that Poussey's spirit is present and attempt to hold a seance, which angers Taystee.

Eventually, the disruption in the prison's schedule starts getting to Suzanne and Taystee is unavailable to help. Black Cindy and Alison put on guard uniforms and attempt to give her a sense of normalcy. But the plan fails so they bribe the guard-hostages with candy bars, and set them up as Suzanne's bunk mates. It works for awhile, but while Cindy and Alison are gone, Ouija and Pidge take back the guards. This greatly upsets Suzanne, so they handcuff her to the bed while the guards look on, horrified, as she begs them not to. While she is stuck there, Leanne and Angie begin raiding bunks, stealing other inmates things. Suzanne tried to convince them to stop, so they cover her face in baby powder and makeup.

She remains there like this until Lorna, who has been in charge of the prison's phramacy, brings her her medication. After talking to Suzanne about their shared experiences of being seen as "crazy," she decides that medication for mental health issues only exists to dull interesting people, and she tells Suzanne she doesn't need them anymore, before setting her free.

Suzanne washes the makeup and powder off her face in a bathroom, while repeating that "black is beautiful." While she's in there, she finds Maureen in a stall, sick. Her injuries have become infected and Suzanne tells Maureen they need to get her help. They walk to medical, but there are no doctors or nurses there, since Leanne and Angie forced the remaining nurse to come with them. Humps is still there, but Maureen and Suzanne realize he's not breathing. This freaks Suzanne out, so she puts him in a wheelchair and takes off down the hall. Black Cindy and Alison once again try to deal with the situation, but it becomes obvious that she needs her mediation. Since Lorna refused to give them up, Cindy grabs a bottle of lithium and gives a few to Suzanne, and sings to her until she falls asleep.

We don't see Suzanne again until riot officers are storming the prison. Cindy, Alison, Taystee and Janae are all unable to wake Suzanne. Cindy rushes to the closet where Humps' body was left and takes his wheelchair to put Suzanne in. They bring her to the phramacy where Nicky tells them to come with her, bringing them to the room Frieda and the others are hiding in. They revive her using an EpiPen Frieda finds and is immediately returns to her normal self. Things are fine until the riot officers come back looking for the ten missing inmates.

Suzanne and the others stand up and hold hands, waiting for the officers. The last thing we see before the screen fades to orange are them blasting open the door.

Season SixEdit

Suzanne has been moved to Litchfield Max following the events of Season 5. Initially in AdSeg, administrative segregation, to be questioned about the events of the riot, Suzanne can be seen in the first episode having hallucinations featuring her mother, as well as distorted hallucinations of the ordeals of her fellow inmates in AgSeg. During questioning, she is seen to be very confused and more erratic than normal, and it's revealed that they have been refusing to give her her medications due to bureaucratic delays. Suzanne is taken for a psychiatric evaluation and given a shot of an anti-psychotic, which levels her out enough that she is taken to B-Block, also known as Florida, the cell block for inmates that are elderly, trans, or have mental health concerns. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to Suzanne, Maureen has died of an infection from the injuries she received from Suzanne. 

Suzanne's time in Florida is mostly uneventful, until she's roomed with Frieda Berlin , who got moved to B-Block after a fake suicide attempt while in AdSeg. Unbeknownst to Suzanne, Frieda is hiding in Florida to stay away from Carol Denning, the woman she sold out in exchange for the administration moving her to Litchfield Minimum some years before.

Suzanne is walking with Gail Abbot, Frieda and an unknown inmate and tells her that she heard rumours that Frieda used to be a great kickball player. Frieda snaps at her and tells her that she will be killed because the newest arrivals to Florida get killed first and she will die if she goes outside. Doggett approaches her and asks her if she wants to go outside and then tells her that Frieda is lieng and commiting senior abuse. Suzanne says she must go play with Mabel now and watches as Tiffany leaves to go to the yard. ("Break the String")

Later, Piper arrives to recruit some 'pink ladies' with Dixon . Suzanne is so boggled with Frieda's manipulation that she believes Piper is trying to steal her place in B-Dorm and kill her. Piper assures her this is not her cause and that Pinks are safe, khakis and blues aren't. They also reminsce about Season 1 when Piper was chased by Suzanne on the track, and Suzanne calls her Dandelion and states she will always love Piper. Suzanne signs up. Later, Suzanne hits a shot and makes a home run, which makes the team cheer for her. She returns to the block and blocks her ears with Paper as she doesn't want to hear Frieda anymore. Frieda admits she is the one in danger, not Suzanne and apologises. She tells Suzanne the story about how the rivalry of the blocks started. ("Chocolate Chip Nookie")

After Suzanne finds a shiv made out of sharpened popsicle sticks stuck to the underside of a table, Frieda is convinced that they're calling out a hit on her, and she uses Suzanne to survive, convincing her they're friends in order to keep her on her side. Suzanne is listening to Flava and hears Cindy's invite to go out into the yard where Taystee and Black Cindy talk to her, wanting to make sure she's okay. Suzanne reacts negatively, not wanting to be "mothered" and after that, she isn't seen going out into the yard again, this reaction is influenced by Frieda's manipulation.  When Pennsatucky arrives in Florida, they strike up a friendship, both wishing to stay away from the confusing interpersonal dynamics and gangs of the prison. Pennsatucky helps Suzanne question the other B-Block inmates about possible suspects for Frieda's murder plot. Later, Frieda eventually tells Suzanne that she'd been using her and they're not friends, leading Suzanne to draw closer to Pennsatucky.

When Piper manages to organize a kickball league for the prisoners, she convinces Suzanne and Pennsatucky to join the team, and Suzanne is shown to be very mindful of the rules and very proficient in the game. Suzanne can be last seen in the season in the last episode, "Be Free ", playing in the kickball championship and enjoying herself with the girls. 



  • Piper Chapman (crush)
  • Maureen Kukudio (ex-girlfriend) See Mauranne for more information.
  • Unnamed ex-girlfriend (Suzanne mentions she had a Mexican ex-girlfriend who gave her peppers that she then gives to Piper in "Tit Punch")


  • Vee (questionable; former mother figure) - When Vee arrived in prison, she showed a lot of interest in Suzanne to make her trust Vee and become her muscle.
  • Lorna Morello - Lorna and Suzanne both work in janitorial together. In Season Four, they work together to find the inmate who defecates in the shower to retrieve heroin she has swallowed in the visitation room; this is revealed to be Angie Rice. Suzanne and Lorna are also both seen as "crazy" by other inmates and have on occasion comforted each other over this.
  • Piper Chapman - When Piper first arrived in prison, Suzanne developed a crush on Piper, after their "relationship" was terminated, Piper and Suzanne became friends when Piper slipped and fell and Suzanne helped her. In S6,
  • Tasha Jefferson (mother figure) - New "mother" of the Black Girls after Vee's death, she helps her to get over Vee's loss and acts as a maternal figure to Suzanne. She often refers to Suzanne as “their girl” to Cindy.(See: Taystee and Suzanne  )
  • Poussey Washington - Poussey and Suzanne became friends when Suzanne became more involved in the "Black Girls" group, even though it was hard to accept her at first after what happened between them while Suzanne was under Vee's influence. She tried to protect Suzanne in season 4 when she became violent with the guards. Suzanne was very upset by Poussey's death and tried to hold a seance in season 5.
  • Cindy Hayes (mother figure) - Cindy comforts Suzanne on the fact that she thinks she doesn't have a soulmate. She also takes over looking after her in season five while Taystee is busy with negotiations. She also protected Suzanne in S6 flashback as she knew the guards would’ve hurt her. Although, she makes Suzanne not say anything about what happened with Piscatella. Which strains their relationship, and with the help of Frieda, Suzanne is now scared of all other blocks. It appears to be fixed again in the finale when Suzanne waves at Cindy. (See: Cindy and Suzanne  )
  • Janae Watson
  • Brook Soso
  • Alison Abdullah
  • Maureen Kukudio
  • Thomas Humphrey
  • Gloria Mendoza Gloria gives her one of her yoghurts when Suzanne is confused about the situation in the prison.
  • Nicky Nichols
  • Frieda Berlin (former) Frieda and Suzanne were friendly when in the bunker, but When Frieda arrives in B bloc she uses Suzanne to keep hitwomen away. Frieda also manipulated her into thinking all members of the other blocks were evil, causing her to lash out at Taystee and Cindy.
  • Carmen Aziza (former) Ouija was nice to Suzanne but eventually snapped and tied Suzanne to a bed and leaving her there even after she started to cry.
  • Maria Ruiz
  • Tiffany Doggett Tiffany enters B Bloc after blackmailing Linda Ferguson. She helps Suzanne find the ‘killer’ of Frieda and when Frieda insults Suzanne saying how she was using her, Tiffany shouts at Frieda telling her to take that back.
  • Mabel - an unseen inmate from B-Block

Enemies Edit

  • Sankey - Racist, calls Suzanne a "retard" but refuses to hit her when told by Humphrey to do so
  • Leanne Taylor - Teased and bullied Suzanne by putting powder on her face making her look bad.
  • Angie Rice - Assisted Leanne in bullying Suzanne.
  • Desi Piscatella - Piscatella's actions caused Poussey to be killed. He also called her a "f***ing animal"
  • Baxter Bayley - Killed Poussey after Suzanne tried to pull him off her.
  • Frieda Berlin - Frieda tells Suzanne about how she was using her to keep the hitwomen away, however they are still bunk mates.
  • Ouija - Tied Suzanne to a bunk.
  • Pidge - Helped Ouija tie Suzanne to a bunk.

Family Edit


Suzanne's parents, Dennis and Pat, visiting her in Litchfield

Memorable QuotesEdit

"Everyone seems to forget we was all new here once."
— Suzanne Warren to Piper, "Tit Punch"
"Before I met you, the sun was like a yellow grape. But now, it looks like fire in the sky.
Why? Because you light a fire inside me.
— Suzanne Warren to Piper, "Lesbian Request Denied"
"I threw my pie for you."
— Suzanne Warren to Piper, "Lesbian Request Denied"
"Chocolate and vanilla swirl-irl swirl-irl."
— Suzanne Warren
"If you were my Prison Wife I'd tell you how much I like your titties, because girls love that shit!"
— Suzanne Warren to Piper
"How come everyone calls me 'Crazy Eyes'?"
— Suzanne Warren to Piper
"I used to think you was a yellow dandelion but... you all dried up with the puff blown off."
— Suzanne to Piper, "Fool Me Once"
"What is love? It's like you become more you. Which normally is like... *funny faces*. But now it's okay... because the person, like, whoever, they chose to take all that on. All that weird stuff. Whatever's wrong or bad or hiding in you. Suddenly, it's alright. You don't feel like such a freak anymore."
— Suzanne Warren, "You Also Have a Pizza"
"It's not just sex, it's love. It's two people, connecting. With four other people, and Aliens."
— Suzanne Warren, speaking about Time Hump Chronicles to Berdie Rogers
" I right?"
— Suzanne Warren to Brook and Poussey, "Turn Table Turn"
"Little honour to be much believed..."
— Suzanne Warren quoting Shakespeare to Piper Chapman, "Bora Bora Bora"
"Sometimes the feelings inside me get messy like dirt. And I like to clean things; pretend the dirt is the feelings.This floor is my mind. That is called coping. The COs don't care because they like things clean, and that is called symbiosis."
— Suzanne Warren to Piper Chapman ("Fool Me Once")
"Your skin is beautiful like walnut wood, and soil, and Western cornflowers, and old metal, and dark maple syrup in brown jars."
— Suzanne to herself after cleaning the baby powder and lotion from her face. ("The Reverse Midas Touch")
"PolyCon doesn't care about people! I mean, PolyCon doesn't just care about people!"
— Suzanne Warren advertising PolyCon for the corporate video.


  • Her character is based on a real life inmate the author of the memoir, Piper Kerman, met in prison, but her race, backstory and her interest in Piper aren't accurate.[1]
  • She apparently once had a Mexican prison girlfriend that left behind the chili peppers Suzanne gives Piper in "Tit Punch". However, in Season Four she admits to Lorna Morello Muccio that she is a virgin and has no experience in such things. It is unclear whether this is a retcon or merely that she had a chaste relationship with her Mexican prison ex.
S05E09 - Suzanne's drug chart

Suzanne's drug chart

  • In "The Tightening", Suzanne's drug chart is seen. It states that she is prescribed regular haloperidol, quetiapine, benztropine, lithium carbonate, oxycarbazepine and lorazepam as needed. Haloperidol and quetiapine are antipsychotics. Benztropine is an anticholinergenic that can be used to control side-effects from antipsychotics, but it is listed incorrectly as another antipsychotic. Lithium carbonate is a mood stabilizer (and what Cindy later gives her), and oxycarbazepine is sometimes used as an add-on mood stabilizer. Lorazepam is a benzodiazepine that can be used to treat acute anxiety/distress. Based on this combination of drugs, it can be assumed that Suzanne has been diagnosed with an organic disorder such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, but it is still impossible to confirm as of the end of Season Five what her exact diagnosis is.


Season 1Edit

Promotional Pictures Edit

"I Wasn't Ready" Edit

Season 2Edit

Promotional PicturesEdit

"Hugs Can Be Deceiving" Edit


Appearances Edit

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