|As well as whomever handles the royalty payouts for Oz. Jus sayin'|
|"A movie about Edward Norton repeatedly punching himself" must have been the easiest sell ever.|
|And, it appears, the Jigsaw Killer.|
Yes, this is likely mainly a Games of Thrones "kill a popular character out of nowhere" trick to attempt to seal the deal on season 5, but much of the latter episodes of season 4 are actually a rather liberal re-imagining of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, if you can believe it. It's a complicated play, and liberties are taken, but short story: a group of people plot to kill Julius Caesar before he has the chance to take the throne as emperor; they succeed, however are eventually turned upon by the populace and driven out by a mob who, in their furore, accidentally kill an innocent bystander; then murder, suicide, suicide (cause this is Shakespeare, people), exeunt. No, the stories aren't by any stretch of the imagination identical, most notably differing in that the plot fails in OITNB and focus is shifted to the death of the innocent, but a great deal of similarities do exist between Shakespeare and Season four of OITNB.
|The constant, unsettling presence of Brian Blessed notwithstanding.|
|"So what, we do a dance number or some shit?"|
|Spoiler Warning: Kaiser Sose is actually Kevin Spacey.|
|"I am not good at picking sides."|
|Lookit dat smile.|
|Them evils tho.|
|I have too much spare time on my hands at the moment.|
|Gene Wilder even weaponized Shakespeare by quoting it on 5 separate occasions |
and irreversibly ruining the lives of as many families.