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At the beginning of the series, Tiffany has a severe dichotomous split in her personality. On one side, she is a bible thumping, evangelical Christian who rants and raves against any perceived sins. On the other side, she frequently curses and attacks (both physically and through manipulation of others) the "sinners", such as Vause and Chapman. Tiffany is oblivious to the irony and contrast between what she believes in and her actions. She is extremely judgmental, bossy, and overall ignorant, though her extended time in the Psych ward heavily changes her attitude (though this could also be attributed to her friendship with Big Boo).
Following these life-changing events, Tiffany has grown to become more sensible and rational in her treatment of others. She is notably less zealous in her faith, no longer harassing the inmates about the word of God. In many ways, Tiffany matured much as the show progresses, going to the point where she perceives the ignorance of her ways and those of her former followers, such as Leanne Taylor and Angie Rice., becoming a light-hearted, plucky jokester who is caring, especially towards her friends Big Boo and later Suzanne.
Physical Appearance Edit
Doggett is small and slight in stature standing at 5'3" and weighs approximately 105 lbs. In Season One she has long, dark brown hair and terrible teeth. During Season Two, she gets her hair cut short and the government pays for her to undergo oral surgery. As the seasons progress, her pixie cut slowly grows into a bob. She has Brown hair and Hazel eyes.
She also has several tattoos, including an owl tattoo on her left shoulder, a rainbow tattoo on her left wrist, and a unicorn on her left forearm. She wears the normal outfit of the inmates but normally her trousers hang down a bit.
By Season 6, her hair is shoulder length. She is stated to look like the 'Robot Girl' from Small Wonder
Before Litchfield Edit
For a list of episodes featuring Doggett's flashbacks, see here.
Doggett was born on the 24th of October 1981.
As a child, Doggett's mother, Debbie, used her daughter to get more money from the government by forcing her to drink a huge bottle of Mountain Dew before entering the welfare office. The resulting caffeine and sugar high made her bounce off the walls and appear as though she had ADHD ("Mother's Day"). Her mother also gave her advice saying that some people never change ("Mischief Mischief")
When she had her first period at ten years old, she was told by her mother that sex just felt like a bee sting and that men would expect it of her, so it was best to simply cooperate and have it end ("A Tittin' and a Hairin'").
She stated that she lived beside a fat old Mexican woman who would sit on her shouting "tortilla! tortilla!" when she was too loud. ("Chocolate Chip Nookie")
Doggett never understood that sex could be pleasurable for both men and women; she had low self esteem and would engage in transaction sex for a six-pack of Mountain Dew. One man, Abe, offered her Mountain Dew and began to have sex with her. This ended early when Doggett was bitten by an insect.
Doggett then met Nathan, who patched up her wound for her. He later become her first real boyfriend. Nathan was the first man Doggett was with that would actually give her pleasure during sex. He eventually had to move away with his family, but he promised that they would see each other again one day. The next time Doggett saw him, Abe asked if they could finish what they had started, but then raped her when she resisted him ("A Tittin' and a Hairin'").
Years later, Doggett is depicted as a sexually irresponsible methamphetamine addict who claims her reasoning for her fifth abortion was due to her cousin being arrested for having a baby whilst continuing to use drugs. Before she went to the abortion clinic, she was with a man called Arlen who had apparently impregnated her (he is not the same companion seen at the abortion clinic when Doggett gets her sixth abortion; this is a man named Trey whose relationship to Doggett is unknown). When an orderly made a snide comment about her many abortions, Doggett got a gun from her pick up and shot the orderly in broad daylight with many witnesses.
A coalition of pro-life supporters hailed Doggett as a hero, and fund a high-profile Christian lawyer to defend her in court, making it look like she shot the nurse for the purpose of defending unborn life. She did not appear to be religious whatsoever prior to her meeting the Christian lawyer. However, due to their continued praise and financial support, Doggett became a religious zealot ("Fool Me Once").
Being now in prison, she still seems to have a fandom worshiping her as the "defender of the unborn". Her coworkers in the prison's laundry room also serve as her "followers", including Leanne Taylor and Angie Rice.
Doggett spends most of her time trying to preach God's Word and convert others to His ways. She regularly receives letters from her fans which she answers praying for "the unborn baby souls". She also tries to install a large, gaudy cross in the prison chapel, leading to the collapse of the roof in "The Chickening".
When she runs for WAC, she loses, as Piper gets the position without even running and she starts to dislike her. She later also starts to dislike Alex, breaking her glasses and locking her up in a dryer. When she begins to believe she can heal the pains of other inmates, Watson and Big Boo both convince Doggett that her "healing" was successful, although they were only acting like it was. The "healing" escalated when, during a "Scared Straight" program, she assaulted a disabled teenage girl in a wheelchair with the belief she could heal her, ending up in her being transferred to Psych, where she realizes that God does not help her. When she later gets re-transferred due to Piper's feelings of guilt and talks to her Christian lawyer, he consolidates her in her faith again, which causes her trying to convert Piper to Christianity, but as the refuses to be immersed, Tiffany interprets it as humiliation and comes to the conclusion that she has to kill her. She later threatens her with a razor blade hidden in a tooth brush in the prison's showers.
"Can't Fix Crazy", In the middle of the Christmas performance, Piper leaves the show. Tiffany follows her outside and threatens her with a sharpened wooden cross, but Piper finally knocks the stake out of Tiffany's hand and beats her until she falls unconscious.
At the end of the season she's been in prison for already more than two years, as she's also taken part in the last two Christmas pageants.
In the beginning of Season 2, Doggett gets new teeth as a result of Piper knocking most of them out. This resulted from Healy bribing her to promise that she "forgets" that he was present in the alleyway and didn't stop the fight between Piper and herself.
Her relationship with Leanne becomes strained after her experiences in the psych ward, and the two eventually become enemies. Doggett also starts a "friendship" with Healy, promoting his group therapy sessions "Safe Place". She also loses much by her religious fervor and becomes more easy going.
Pennsatucky becomes the new driver in Litchfield, as Morello is no longer trustworthy enough after Rosa's escape. This results in her striking up a friendship with new correctional officer Charlie Coates, who treats her to otherwise forbidden doughnuts and ice-cream. The two feed stale doughnuts to ducks, and eventually Coates begins to take advantage of Doggett.
Coates gets in trouble for being late for count while on a detour with Doggett. He's put on probation and rapes Doggett out of anger. An abusive relationship develops in which he repeatedly abuses her. Big Boo notices bruises on her wrists, and the two plot revenge against Coates. Their plan was to go "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" on him, raping Coates back with a broomstick while he's knocked out from Boo's tranquilizer pills.
Doggett and Big Boo go along with the plan but before raping him back, they fight over who should do it first. They quickly rush back to movie night, not going with their rape and pretending that nothing happened. Eventually, the duo come up with a plan which consists of Doggett faking a seizure to relieve herself from van duty. It's a success, but Ramos is the new van driver, hinting that Coates could abuse her next.
Doggett and Big Boo are seen later enjoying a friendly game with Angie and Leanne in the pond at the end of Season 3.
She becomes attached to Charlie Coates and is later raped by him. She later falls back in love with him again.
For much of the season, Tiffany had been quiet throughout most of the events unfolding within the prison. Most notably, she has managed to recoup with correctional officer Charlie, and the two eventually rekindled their love interest with each other. Their love runs so deep that Tiffany risked the wrath of her inmate fellows by allowing Charlie to escape the prison, which unfortunately resulted in Leanne losing her finger when the gun Tiffany took from her misfired by accident. This resulted in a lengthy witch-hunt style trial where the inmate community would decide her fate. Boo managed to convince the inmates to let her go on the condition that Tiffany would try to do good for the prison community. Needless to say, Leanne and Angie continued their grudge towards Tiffany, which resulted in Tiffany being condemned by the rest of the inmates. Fortunately, in the final episode, Tiffany managed not only to escape her abuse but also escape the prison itself during the SWAT break-in, wherein she entered the local correctional officer's hangout house where she and Charlie once more reunited. Thinking momentarily to perhaps make love, the two instead insist to simply lay down and watch TV together, the two lovers smiling in the end.
Tiffany did not board a bus like the rest of the inmates, but instead escapes with Litchfield's previous officer Coates . The fact that she is missing goes unnoticed because Linda Ferguson is counted as an inmate and sent in her place. Coates hides Tiffany in the boot of the car, planning a roadtrip with her. However, Dixon , who was supposed to be getting dropped off at his sister's, refuses to leave Coates alone for fear that he'll kill himself on what he describes as a solo roadtrip. Tiffany is forced to spend more time hiding, but grows bored of it during the night and knocks on the motel room door, revealing herself to Dixon. Linda has now been released and soon MCC realizes the count must have been wrong and her escape is discovered. Her photo appears on national news and they fear that her disguise is no longer good enough. Coates decides they will run away together to Canada, and although Tiffany seems unsure she eventually agrees. Dixon expresses concern for her continuing to see Coates. Coates and Tiffany begin their trip with a rocky start when Coates grows angry at being unable to start a fire. They have a long conversation and she tells him she fears he can't change. He insists that he can and the two go to sleep. During the night Tiffany wakes up, starts the fire that he wouldn't allow her to help with, and leaves him there in the woods. She walks to a police station where she turns herself in.
While in Ad-Seg, Tiffany sees Linda, who agrees to transfer her to B-Block, to keep her quiet about what went on between her and Boo during the prison riot. In B-Block, she is questioned by Frieda how she got in. ("Changing Winds")
Later, she wants to go to the yard and asks Suzanne if she wants to come. Suzanne says no because Frieda says it's dangerous and Pennsatucky tells her Frieda is trying to scare her and that it's senior abuse. When Piper arrives to sign up people for kickball, she joins immediately and goes over to speak to Dixon who she asks how his bear, baby dix is doing. He is worried but she assures him. Later, she is outside and sells chapman as a better captain when Badison calls a vote. ("Chocolate Chip Nookie")
Frieda is convinced that someone is calling a hit on her and Suzanne is very cautious. Not even trusting Pennsatucky for a while. When Tiffany offers Frieda her pudding, Suzanne knocks it away and bursts it saying it could be poisonous. Frieda is angered and says it's airtight sealed. Frieda tells her if she wants to help, go interogate inmates and Suzanne begins an investigation and recruits Pennsatucky as her sidekick, after realising she isn't the killer. They interogate several Florida inmates. ("Well This Took a Dark Turn")
They begin with an elderly women with bladder issues. Her and Doggett can barely breathe and ask her if she's crafty. The woman tells them she made a sextoy out of a pringles can, but the girth of the can became an issue. They went on to interogate Gladys Watkins, while she was doing her yoga. She tells them she's been there for a long time. They show her a sketch of Frieda (bad quality) and she tuts and says that that inmate is dead. They finally interogate Gail Abbot, performing good cop-bad cop. Tiffany tells Gail that she needs to answer the questions or her partner will get very angry. Gail Abbot was not listening and says "I'm sorry, dear, did you say something?" due to hearing issues, smiling. ("Well This Took a Dark Turn")
At the end of the interogations, Suzanne debriefs and says they have solid alibis (despite a crime not being commited yet). Suzanne and Tiffany talk about a rich lady who has 4 radios and limited edition doritos which Frieda goes and sees. ("Well This Took a Dark Turn")
Frieda and Suzanne are preparing traps when Tiffany enters and sets it off. Tiffany reminds Suzanne about kickball but Suzanne is worried for Frieda and states she wont leave her untilFrieda is extremely rash and tells her that they were never friends Pennsatucky is extremely angered and tells Frieda to take it back that she's not Suzanne's friend. Frieda continues and admits that her nature is to use and manipulate people for survival. Suzanne is saddened as they leave for kickball ("Be Free") They later go outside and Tiffany wonders why everyone is so tight as she feels tension in the air. Suzanne jokes, copying Tiffany's vocubulary, saying "They're a bunch of Fuckin' dummies" which Tiffany repeats as they chuckle. Daya and Tiffany cheer when Adeola is knocked out.
During the final season Pensatucky spends much of her time preparing for the GED. During her time in the GED class, her volunteer teacher tells her he believes she has dyslexia. He comes to this conclusion after she copies off Zirconia’s practice test and spells “Texas” as “taxes.” He then informs her that she should get extra time on the test due to her learning disability. (“Me As Well") When Luschek starts to teach the GED class, he fails to fill out the paperwork which would give her the extra time.
In the second to last episode of the series, “The Big House”, after believing she'd failed the GED Exam without the extra time, she goes in to the laundry room where Dayanara and several other inmates are doing drugs, and Taystee finds her dead from overdose.
In the final episode of the series, “Here's Where We Get Off”, they put Doggett into a body bag and is then put into a van to be taken away. As the body is driven away a translucent version of her, presumably her spirit, is seen waving to the facility and putting her hood up before walking away and disappearing.
Taystee cries when she finds out Doggett passed her GED. In a heartfelt scene, Suzanne holds a vigil for Doggett, singing the Mountain Dew theme song, with Dixon and the entire D-Block joining in.(“Here's Where We Get Off”)
- Nathan (ex-boyfriend) - Nathan was Doggett’s boyfriend. They first met at a party where Doggett was hanging out with someone's friends. In the middle of having sex with Abe she is stung/bit by either a bee or a spider. Abe becomes angry, berating her for interrupting him but she runs off and Nathan finds her. He sees that she is in pain and comes over to try to help. He goes to his truck and returns with a first aid kit. Afterwards, he asks her on a date to go see a movie with him. He treats Doggett with respect and consideration and introduces her to the finer parts of a relationship compared to the rough treatment she's had from other boys interested in her. He is also the first person to introduce her to intimacy and sexual acts purely for her own pleasure. Eventually the pair have to break up because he must move to Wyoming with his parents.
- Charlie Coates (toxic relationship) - In season five, Doggett helps Coates escape the prison riot by throwing him a gun, which resulted in blowing off Leanne's finger. Later, Doggett escapes the prison through a hole in the fence made by Maria Ruiz. They show her finding the houses that were renovated by the inmates during season 3 that the COs lived in. While she is laying in the bed in the house, she hears someone opening the door. Slowly grabbing a gun she found in one of the drawer's, she goes towards the front door only to find Coates. She expresses how happy she is to see him and grabs him. Together, they go over to the couch and cuddle while watching the news about the prison.
- Arlen - First mentioned in "Mother's Day", Pennsatucky said that he was good at sex.
- Debbie Doggett (mother)
- Donny (brother)
- Kacey (uncle)
- Kyle † (uncle)
- Sierra (cousin)
- Unnamed first cousin once removed
- Blake † (unborn son)
- Braeden † (unborn son)
- Bonnie † (unborn daughter)
- Buddy Jr. † (unborn son)
- Boyd † (unborn son)
- Bethany † (unborn daughter)
- Sam Healy (former) - Mr. Healy becomes Doggett's personal counselor when he notices she is having anger management issues, which is something he relates to. They also relate over the fact that since the end of Season One, all Doggett's friends have turned on her, and the women no longer trust or like Healy due to his treatment of Piper. Doggett is shown to respect and trust Healy, taking interest in his counseling and expressing her desire to stop "being the bully". She was a keen enthusiast of his "Safe Place" meetings for the inmates, and encouraged others to take part. However, Healy's influence on Doggett is also negative since talking to him only strengthens her opposition to homosexuality and he convinces her that lesbians are trying to conquer the world. She drifts away from his influence when she becomes close friends with Big Boo.
- Big Boo - After being rejected by Leanne and her old laundry crew, Doggett becomes friends with Big Boo. Despite her opposition to homosexuality, she becomes convinced from talking with Healy that lesbians are trying to conquer the world by eliminating men. Boo encouraged Penn to cut her long hair, at first making fun of her naivety of the lesbian way of life. During Season Three, the two become closer, sharing more jokes and making fun of each other less. Doggett reassures Boo that she's fine the way she is, during the episode "Finger in the Dyke", when Boo tries to appear straight for monetary gain. Boo also encourages Penn to brush her new teeth instead of letting them rot. The two become particularly close when Doggett is caught up in her abusive relationship with Charlie Coates. They plot revenge against him together, but in the end do not follow through on their original plan to "rape him back", and instead Boo helps Penn fake a seizure to get out of van duty. The two split up for a short period in Season 4 when Doggett forgives Coates and begins bonding with him again, but the two eventually make up. They spend most of the riot together until Boo is attracted toward Amelia Von Barlow (really Linda Ferguson) and forgets about Doggett. They are split up for good when Boo is transferred to CDC Cleveland and Doggett ends up in Max after turning herself in.
- Nicky Nichols - Penn sees Nicky pacing through her cube after having withdrawals from drugs. She helps Nicky fight through her heroin withdrawal by encouraging conversation and helping her when she's "in denial" about her being sick. She lets Nicky be sick into her basket she made out of rubbish bags. She sits with Nicky as a distraction from herself. The next day Penn sits with Nicky and Red's Family and Nicky refers to her as her helper. (“People Persons”)
- Piper Chapman - After arriving in max Penn decides to join Piper’s kickball team and when Badison tried to take over the team Piper created, Penn stuck up for Piper when she decided that’s she should be the team’s kickball captain.
- Lee Dixon - When Doggett escapes Litchfield with Coates, she reveals herself to him, and is initally frustrated by him, but the two develop a friendship after spending time at the amusement park, especially when Dixon stands up for Doggett and Coates when some guys mistake them for being a gay couple. They are later seen talking when Doggett ends up in Florida, as Dixon commends Pennsatucky for leaving Coates. Dixon later grieves for Pennsatucky after her death, and assists Suzanne in holding a tribute to Doggett in Florida.
- Suzanne Warren
- Tasha Jefferson - Doggett's Tutor
- Mr. Elmer - He convinced Doggett to stay in the GED Class after she failed her first practice test, and was the first to discover Penn's dyslexia, and fostered a positive learning enviorment for her. When he is threaten by Daya's gang, he leaves, causing a rift in the GED Class.
- Alex Vause (former; kissed) - Alex and Penn are enemies in Season One, thanks to her strict opposition to homosexuality.
- Piper Chapman (former) - During Season One, Piper and Penn do not get along after misunderstandings about religion and its place in the prison. The Season ends with the two fighting. The two eventually bury the hatchet as Penn gets new teeth and realizes the gravity of her actions while in Solitary Confinement.
- Abe - Abe is one of the men who forced himself upon Doggett when she was younger. He was abusive and raped her.
- Charlie Coates (former; toxic partner) - Doggett first met Coates when he became a new correctional officer at Litchfield. They developed a close friendship after taking a few rides in the Litchfield van together. Coates began to show signs of aggression when he began yelling at Doggett to become a dog and fetch with her teeth. When she opposed to it he began to yell at her showing that he has aggressive tendencies. Eventually their relationship turned romantic when Coates began to kiss her on one of their trips to feed the ducks, the same trip where he began to become aggressive. It is shown that Doggett is not exactly infatuated with Coates as she does not kiss him back when he forces himself upon her. Sensing her opposition, he backs off and they return to Litchfield. On another van trip they stop for ice cream, Doggett insisting that they have time to. When they return to Litchfield Coates is yelled at by Caputo for being late and missing count, which causes him to become angry at Doggett. When Doggett and Coates are supposed to leave on another van trip, she asks if they can get ice cream again. Coates then yells at her. Doggett tries apologizing, but Coates becomes even angrier with her. He then yells and pushes Doggett into the van and begins to rape her, telling her he loves her. This is shown to continue on for awhile and she begins to receive gifts from Coates. Doggett shows Big Boo the bracelet and Boo notices the bruises on her wrists. She becomes enraged at the idea of Doggett being abused and raped by this man and demands she take the bracelet off. Doggett refuses to and says that it's her fault, that he was being forceful because she was the one who instigated it by flirting and "smiling too much". Big Boo then becomes angry and comes up to Doggett one day and demands sex for money since she's "for sale" hinting at her relationship with Coates. Eventually Doggett breaks down and the two come up with a plan to get back at Coates for what he's done to her. In Season 6 when Doggett escapes Litchfield, she eventually is once again disillusioned with him when she witness his anger problems at the hands of his violent outbursts.
- Linda Ferguson - Posing as a prisoner, Linda uses Big Boo as protector from other inmates. This resulting in Big Boo not paying enough attention to Doggett. Penn eventually got her revenge by punching Linda in the face, and later when she turns herself into the police after evading capture, she blackmails Ferguson into getting her a place in Florida.
- Leanne Taylor
- Angie Rice
- Kasey Sankey
- Helen Van Maele
- Dayanara Diaz - Her and Adeola caused Pennsatucky to overdose on drugs they brought in.
- Adeola Chinede - Her and Daya caused Pennsatucky to overdose on drugs they brought in.
- Joel Luschek - He didn't fill out the required paperwork for Doggett's extra time on the GED Exam.
- "It's a metaphor, you potato with eyes!"
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "We should have a 'Whites Only' bathroom!"
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "The lord has blinded me!"
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "I'm not crazy, I'm chosen."
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "I'm just a simple woman, doing the work of the lord."
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "Its beautiful. All right? It's our right as Americans to religious freedom. Ain't you heard of the Third Amendment?"
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "No, i-i-i-it comes in two stages -- if you study your shit! The first one was a spiritual rapture, and the second one comin' is a physical one, okay? And you're not invited, because they don't allow gay people on the rapture bus!"
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "She a lesbian. They lesbianing together."
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "I'm an angel of God. I mean, look at my dress."
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "I don't know about ya'll, but I'm really starting to feel like you're trying to assassinate my character."
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "Cause you so much as even squawk about God in here, and you get thrown in with the Looney Toons."
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "Man, do you know what it means, when there ain't nobody up there punishing the evildoers? It means there ain't nobody giving out prizes for the good ones neither ‘Cause there ain’t no judge, there ain’t no justice, we just crawl around this Earth like ants... and then we die."
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "You know what I gotta do. She disrespected me. Now, I'm gonna have to kill her."
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "Yeah, I said stupid twice, only to emphasize how stupid that is!"
- — Tiffany Dogget
- "I feel free as a bird. No, like, not even a bird. More like a snake."
- — Tiffany Dogget
- "Fiesta like there’s no manana!"
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "Do you know the difference between pain and suffering? Pain is always there - but suffering is a choice."
- — Tiffany Doggett
- "You were the backhoe, bitch. Stealing my friend behind my back, ho? You know, Boo was my best friend right?"
- — Tiffany Doggett to Linda Ferguson
- "I'm just a simple woman doing the Lord's work."
- — Tiffany Doggett to Carrie Black ("Bora Bora Bora")
- "We just crawl around this Earth like ants...and then we die"
- — Tiffany Doggett
- The nickname "Pennsatucky" comes from a region in Appalachia where Doggett is from, called Pennsyltucky.
- In “The Big House”, an a capella version of Tary Manning’s song “Chains” is playing when Taystee opens the envelope to see the GED certificates she helped people earn. The song is an original and was written by Manning as a tribute to the character of Pensatucky, who she had spent seven years portraying. Read about it here.
- Pennsatucky, described in the memoir as “a young woman from western Pennsylvania who proudly called herself a redneck” and a crack addict, is Chapman’s enemy and Kerman’s friend. Kerman refers to Pennsatucky and her friends as “Eminemlettes,” which she defines as:
“Caucasian girls from the wrong side of the tracks with big mouths and big attitudes who weren’t taking shit from anyone (except the men in their lives). They had thinly plucked eyebrows, corn-rowed hair, hip-hop vocabularies, and baby daddies, and they thought Paris Hilton was the ne plus ultra of feminine beauty.”
- Pennsatucky had lost custody of her kid, and Kerman considers her “perceptive and sensitive” while acknowledging that “[Pennsatucky] had great difficulty expressing herself in a way that was not off-putting to others, and she got loud and angry when she felt disrespected, which was often.” Like many incarcerated women, Kerman feels that nothing “would have prevented [Pennsatucky] from living a perfectly happy life, but her problems made her vulnerable to drugs and to the men who had them to offer.”
|Orange Is the New Black: Season One|
|"I Wasn't Ready":||"Tit Punch":||"Lesbian Request Denied":||"Imaginary Enemies":||"The Chickening":||"WAC Pack":||"Blood Donut":|
|"Moscow Mule":||"Fucksgiving":||"Bora Bora Bora":||"Tall Men with Feelings":||"Fool Me Once":||"Can't Fix Crazy":|
|Orange Is the New Black: Season Two|
|"Thirsty Bird":||"Looks Blue, Tastes Red":||"Hugs Can Be Deceiving":||"A Whole Other Hole":||"Low Self Esteem City":||"You Also Have a Pizza":||"Comic Sans":|
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|"Appropriately Sized Pots":||"40 Oz. of Furlough":||"Little Mustachioed Shit":||"Take a Break From Your Values":||"It Was the Change":||"We Have Manners. We're Polite.":|
|Orange Is the New Black: Season Three|
|"Mother's Day":||"Bed Bugs and Beyond":||"Empathy Is a Boner Killer":||"Finger in the Dyke":||"Fake It Till You Fake It Some More":||"Ching Chong Chang":||"Tongue-Tied":|
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|"Fear, and Other Smells":||"Where My Dreidel At":||"A Tittin' and a Hairin'":||"We Can Be Heroes":||"Don't Make Me Come Back There":||"Trust No Bitch":|
|Orange Is the New Black: Season Four|
|"Work That Body for Me":||"Power Suit":||"(Don't) Say Anything":||"Doctor Psycho":||"We'll Always Have Baltimore":||"Piece of Shit":||"It Sounded Nicer in My Head":|
|"Friends in Low Places":||"Turn Table Turn":||"Bunny, Skull, Bunny, Skull":||"People Persons":||"The Animals":||"Toast Can't Never Be Bread Again":|
|Orange Is the New Black: Season Five|
|"Riot FOMO":||"Fuck, Marry, Frieda":||"Pissters!":||"Litchfield's Got Talent":||"Sing It, White Effie":||"Flaming Hot Cheetos, Literally":||"Full Bush, Half Snickers":|
|"Tied to the Tracks":||"The Tightening":||"The Reverse Midas Touch":||"Breaking the Fiberboard Ceiling":||"Tattoo You":||"Storm-y Weather":|
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|Orange Is the New Black: Season Six|
|"Who Knows Better Than I":||"Shitstorm Coming":||"Look Out for Number One":||"I'm the Talking Ass":||"Mischief Mischief":||"State of the Uterus":||"Changing Winds":|
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|"Gordons":||"Break the String":||"Chocolate Chip Nookie":||"Well This Took a Dark Turn":||"Double Trouble":||"Be Free":|
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|Orange Is the New Black: Season Seven|
|"Beginning of the End":||"Just Desserts":||"And Brown Is the New Orange":||"How to Do Life":||"Minority Deport":||"Trapped in an Elevator":||"Me as Well":|
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|"Baker's Dozen":||"The Hidey Hole":||"The Thirteenth":||"God Bless America":||"The Big House":||"Here's Where We Get Off":|