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Piper becomes interested in Stella, both romantically and sexually, and the two begin having an affair. Around this time, Alex breaks up with Piper.

Piper and Stella become close, and Stella uses a makeshift tattoo gun to give Piper a tattoo saying "Trust No Bitch," which Stella designs herself.

Stella later steals all the money from Piper's used panty business when she finds out she is soon to be released.

When Piper finds out, she plays it cool, and then hides a bunch of contraband in Stella's bunk, two days before her release, and tips off the C.

When they search her bunk and find the contraband, including marijuana, cigarettes, a lighter, and even Boo's screwdriver, C.

Stella is seen briefly in the sixth episode " Piece Of Shit ," sitting with Nicky in the courtyard of the Maximum Security prison. They have a brief conversation about how they had sex in the bathroom a few nights ago, and then a prison guard drops a small package containing drugs at Stella's feet.

Nicky then says to Stella, "I told you to stay the fuck away from me if you're back on that shit; you're disgusting! Sign In Don't have an account?

She decides to try and kill Carol, but the plan is ruined when Nicky tries to warn Red, which results in CO Copeland being alerted to the attempt on her life.

Shortly after this, Copeland puts her and Carol in a cell together, with the hope that they attack each other, but the two stare at each other the entire night without engaging.

After being returned to D-Block, she starts a plan to start a war during the kickball game between the blocks, but it was just a distraction so she and Carol can switch into B-Block uniforms and sneak into "Florida" during the chaos to kill Freida.

Their plan fails when the women outside become too caught up in the game to start fighting, and the sisters attack each other, with her throat being slashed and Barb putting a shank in Carol's back.

In flashbacks during the 80s, she was in high school and worked as a waitress with her older sister. During one of Debbie's performances she showed Barb her notebook with drawings of ways to murder their younger sister and when they decide to go through with it Barb tells her to burn the book.

Later that night, after she threatens to kill Debbie's tadpoles before being stopped by Barb she and Barb drive Debbie to a frozen lake to release them.

While Barb and Debbie are outside she runs up to them with a hatchet and Barb tells Debbie to get back in the car. Following this after Debbie realized that she's trapped, they push the car into the lake.

After arriving at Litchfield, she and Barb are in different cellblocks and have an agreement in place on distributing contraband. Carol became friendly with Freida and worked with her as a partner in her enterprise.

Following an altercation involving both sisters and Freida, both cell blocks are playing kickball when she deflates the kickball and starts a cell block war.

She slashes Barb in the face and accuses her of stealing her contraband, but Barb denies it and they realize that both were betrayed by Freida in exchange for her being moved to minimum security.

Carol particularly feels hatred for Freida, due to the personal betrayal of their friendship. In the present, she is the leader of C-Block and has Madison Murphy as her second in command.

Like her sister, she tends not to play an active role in her gang, preferring to play bridge with her inner circle.

She has developed something of an addiction to candy as a result of having given up smoking an idea suggested by Russell, who is herself a smoker.

She becomes friends with Red due to their mutual hatred of Freida. Later, she is approached by Alex, asking her to stop Madison from trying to plant drugs on Piper to get her sentence extended.

After a failed attempt by Barb to kill her in the prison salon, she and Barb are locked in the same cell while CO Copeland watches in hopes that they would fight.

After they failed to do so, they are taken back to their respective blocks and Carol reveals her plan to attack Barb and the rest of D-Block during the kickball game.

The plan was a distraction so that the sisters could change into B-Block uniforms and sneak into "Florida" during the chaos, giving them a chance to kill Freida.

When the inmates playing kickball get too caught up in the game to fight, the sisters turn against each other and she slits Barb's throat while Barb stabbed her in the back.

Her nickname comes from both her androgynous appearance and her former occupation as the manager of a high-end prostitution service.

Flashbacks reveal that she had a close relationship with several of the girls that worked for her, and that at least one was killed by a client.

In the present, she is Barb's right-hand woman and manages the day-to-day operations of the D-Block gang due to Barb's drug addiction.

She takes an immediate shine to Daya when she first arrives at max after pleading guilty to killing CO Humphrey and receiving a life sentence and makes numerous attempts to befriend her.

This includes giving her oxycodone to help her manage the pain from the constant beatings and assaults that she receives from the guards, which results in Daya developing an opioid addiction.

However, Daddy later suffers a setback when she floods the prison's cheese packaging facility with rats to land D-Block preferable job assignments, unaware that the supply line for Barb's drug smuggling operation relies on it.

The manufacturer consequently pulls its contract with the prison, cutting off the supply line, and all of the addicts on D-Block, including Daya, start to go into withdrawal.

Barb orders her to create a new supply line, but she soon runs out of ideas and ends up making the situation even worse when Daya figures out where Barb's personal stash of oxy is kept and takes it away.

Despite her anger, Daddy ends up reciprocating when Daya kisses her to placate her. Daya eventually helps her by convincing her mother, Aleida to hide heroin baggies in the false bottoms of the chocolate protein shake bottles that her new boyfriend, Captain of the Guards Rick Hopper brings into work each day.

Eventually, Daya confesses to Daddy that she has feelings for her, and the two begin a relationship.

When Carol and Barb plan a major fight during the prison kickball tournament that Piper organized, Daddy joins the team on the field with the intent to signal when it is time to attack.

However, like every other person on the field except for Madison Murphy, Daddy gets caught up in the game, and ultimately doesn't give the signal.

At the beginning of the seventh season, Daya suspects Daddy is cheating on her, and later catches her in the act of doing so.

When Daddy attempts to brush it off as simply business, Daya seemingly accepts this, and offers her some drugs as a peace offering.

However, it turns out that Daya had given her bath salts in an effort to punish her and assumed she would simply have an episode similar to Barb when she took them.

Instead, Daddy ends up dying of an overdose, and although initially shaken, Daya ultimately usurps Daddy's position. Madison "Badison" Murphy played by Amanda Fuller — An inmate in C-Block, and who reports directly to Carol Denning as part of her crew, although Carol is openly contemptuous of her, particularly in regards to her nickname.

At the beginning of the sixth season, Madison is put in the same cell as Red after leaving medical with a cast on her arm and causes Piper to trip and get her sent to medical when she was trying to find Alex.

She becomes Piper's roommate and the two do not get along. Flashbacks from her teenage years showed that she had severe anger issues, and she was constantly the target of ridicule to include her being nicknamed "Fartison" for an incident she had in the fourth grade.

She got kicked out of school for throwing a beaker at a classmate, and she was also violent with her parents resulting in them sending her to a behavioral camp.

After several confrontations with other girls at the camp, she betrays Roach, the one friend she had by spraying her with an aerosol can only to cause her to run into the campfire and set herself on fire.

Presumably because of her prior victimization, Madison has become a bully herself. Back in the prison, after Alex arrives from the hospital, she tells one of the other inmates to move rooms so Alex can be near Piper and then punishes the inmate later that night for not immediately agreeing the first time she was asked.

When Piper successfully gets kickball reinstated, Madison is upset that Piper is picked as a team captain instead of her, and she becomes very vindictive to the point where she plants drugs on her in an attempt to get her sentence extended.

She is ordered by Carol to leave Piper alone, but not before asking CO Hellman to write a negative report on Piper in exchange for simultaneous oral sex from inmates Charlene Teng and Shruti Chambal.

She helps Carol plan the gang war for the kickball game, but when Carol isn't at the game she attempts to start the war anyway by giving the signal.

The inmates decide to keep playing instead, ignoring her signal, and Alex tells her to give up on the war. In the seventh season, Madison openly taunts Alex with her intention to have her sentence extended, and schemes with Hellman to have Alex transferred out of state.

However, on two occasions, she ends up triggering Taystee into a fight, and gets severely beaten up.

Eventually, Tamika decides that Madison is too much of a troublemaker, and has her transferred to Missouri instead of Alex; Madison is last seen being dragged, kicking and screaming, into a transfer bus.

Adeola Chinede played by Sipiwe Moyo — An inmate introduced in the sixth season. Originally from Ibadan in Nigeria although she tells the inmates that she is from Lagos, which is more well known , she is housed in Block D of max and quickly becomes Lorna's cellmate and friend.

She is exceptionally intelligent and well educated, having originally worked as an evolutionary anthropologist back home, and has a very dry sense of humor.

She is also known for her somewhat alarming character quirks, such as raising a family of rats in her cell, and her tendency to make disturbing remarks about her past crimes.

In the seventh season, she deduces that Daya killed Daddy by giving her a drug overdose and encourages her to establish herself as the new drug boss in the prison.

After helping Daya by acting as muscle, Adeola becomes her right-hand woman. Boyle is shown to be rather monotonous and blunt and only shows small personality when talking about her child, a 5-year-old.

Boyle then also educates Leanne Taylor and Angie Rice on dinosaurs while waiting in line at the pharmacy.

Patricia "Tricia" Miller played by Madeline Brewer — An inmate who grew up on the streets and one of the youngest inmates.

She is a drug addict and lesbian who sports a tattoo on her throat and cornrows. While outside prison, Tricia showed kleptomaniac tendencies, often taking things that she promised herself she would later pay for, reasoning she would not be a thief if she did so.

She kept a list of all the things she ever stole with the intention of settling all her debts when she had the money.

She is caught by Miss Claudette attempting to plant drugs in her girlfriend Mercy's bunk so she would get more time, but ultimately backs down and lets her girlfriend get released.

She asks Piper to help her in writing her letter of appeal so that she can get out faster and be with Mercy, although she has not been able to contact her.

Tricia gets drugs from the prison guard Mendez in exchange for sexual favors. When he is late with his deliveries, she goes into drug withdrawal and is taken to the SHU.

Due to Red's intolerance for drugs and it being her "second offense", Tricia is ejected from Red's "family".

Red later admits that she had only intended Tricia's ejection to be temporary, and to force her to learn her lesson.

Mendez tries to blackmail her into selling drugs for him again, though she tells him she wants to be clean again. Later, Mendez notices that she is in a drugged out state, and realizing that she has helped herself to some of his stash, and that this might reveal the presence of drugs in the prison, he quickly hides her in an empty broom cupboard.

After discovering she was specifically requested for a Scared Straight visit with delinquent kids, he returns to get her and discovers that she is dead, revealing that she had in fact taken the entire bag — most likely in a final act of sacrifice to protect Red and her family.

In a panic, he manipulates the situation to make it look like a suicide by hanging. A grieving Red blames herself for driving Tricia away.

The truth of her death is never discovered by the administration, although Nicky quickly deduces what happened and tells Red. During the week of her release, she antagonized Big Boo, but they still departed on good terms.

Tricia was prepared to plant drugs on Mercy to extend her sentence so they could stay together, but Miss Claudette talked Tricia out of it, determined not to let her screw up Mercy's life.

Mercy leaves the prison intending to stay out of trouble and stay in contact with Tricia. Tricia later reveals she has lost contact with Mercy but remains optimistic.

Described as a street-tough inmate who used to run a drug business, using kids as runners, she returns to jail after a long stint outside. She has a long history with many of the inmates, particularly Red, whom she had beaten ruthlessly when attempting to take over her smuggling business, and Taystee, whom she had taken under her wing from an early age.

Vee is ruthless, manipulative and something of a sociopath, more than willing to take on any naive young inmate or criminal and drop them when they are no longer of use to her.

Upon returning to prison, she builds up a gang among the black population, many of whom are manipulated by her charming and maternal influence, with the exception of Poussey, who is one of the only inmates with the courage to take her on.

She then forms a tobacco operation, and after Red rejects her attempted takeover of her smuggling operation and one of her friends attempts to kill her, begins a gang war with the Caucasian gang.

Red almost succeeds in killing her by strangling, but she relents at the last minute and decides to call a truce.

However, Vee was only pretending to give up, and instead violently beats Red with a slock a lock in a sock , sending her to the prison infirmary.

Her arrogance and ruthlessness ultimately lead to her downfall when Nichols, Red's second-in-command, steals her supply of heroin, causing her to become paranoid.

Her attempt to frame Suzanne for Red's beating causes all of her girls to turn on her, and she manages to escape through Red's supply tunnel.

When Vee reaches the main road, Miss Rosa, who has just hijacked a prison van, sees her at the side of the road and, remembering an earlier incident with her, deliberately veers off the road and runs her over, killing her.

Rosa "Miss Rosa" Cisneros played by Barbara Rosenblat ; portrayed by Stephanie Andujar in flashbacks — An older Latina inmate who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

In the second-season episode "Appropriately Sized Pots", flashbacks reveal that as a young woman, Rosa was part of a ring of professional bank robbers.

After making clean getaways from three successive heists, she made the mistake of impulsively robbing a fourth bank at random which ultimately sent her to prison.

The flashbacks also reveal that most of the men she's loved died moments after she kissed them when a job has been successful, which has led her to believe she is cursed.

Throughout the second season, she routinely goes to the nearby hospital for chemotherapy and befriends a teenager who is also on chemo.

Eventually, she is told that her cancer is aggressive, and she has between three and six weeks left to live.

When they return to the prison, they discover the place is on lockdown. As Officer Ford goes to investigate, Lorna decides to give Rosa the opportunity to steal the prison van and escape, urging her not to die in prison.

As she drives away, Rosa sees the escaped Vee at the side of the road and runs her over in revenge for having treated her so rudely.

In the opening of the third season, a CO reveals that, after running Vee down, Rosa committed suicide by driving into a nearby quarry.

She appears in a flashback of Caputo's first day working in the prison and is one of the first inmates that he talks to. They help Red set up the greenhouse and help to grow the plants and with Red's smuggling.

Despite appearing to be harmless old ladies, they are actually quite dangerous and hardened — unlike the other inmates, they possess and carry shivs.

In one scene, when tasked with taking back Red's merchandise from the kitchen, they calmly threaten Gloria's staff with these weapons.

Later, when Red abandons the greenhouse, they feel it's because of Vee, so they plot to kill her. Taslitz volunteers to do the job, and tails a woman she thinks is Vee as she leaves the showers.

Upon reaching an empty corridor, she brutally shanks the woman, but it turns out to be the wrong person. Taslitz is sent to the SHU, and Vee takes it as a declaration of war.

She is later seen in max. Previously working at a donuts store frequented by O'Neill and Bell, he gets hired as a CO by the prison and becomes friends with Tiffany after being introduced to her for a van errand.

During one of their errands, he takes her out to feed ducks and ends up treating her like a dog before kissing her against a tree.

He stops kissing her after it is apparent she isn't into it and that it was crossing some boundaries. During another van errand, Coates is late returning to the prison and misses count, causing him to be reprimanded by Caputo and put on probation.

Tiffany apologizes for making him late, but he throws her into the prison van and rapes her while repeatedly stating that he loves her. Later, he wakes up in the laundry room, after unknown to him being drugged by Tiffany and Big Boo.

During another van errand, he tells Tiffany to drive under an underpass, but she fakes a seizure in order to prevent another encounter between them and runs off of the road.

Tiffany is relieved of her van duties and Coates meets Maritza, who was assigned to be Tiffany's replacement as the van driver.

During the fourth season, he becomes fed up with Tiffany's cold, hostile attitude towards him and he confronts her over what her issue with him is.

After thinking she is jealous of Maritza and telling Tiffany that she is not his type, Tiffany asks him if he is raping Maritza.

He denies raping Maritza and then claims that he thought the encounters between him and Tiffany were consensual because he told her he loved her when he did it, but she replies that this didn't make it any different and leaves.

Subsequently, Coates struggles to come to terms with the reality of his actions, and at one point lashes out at and then kicks Luschek out of his house for his less than caring attitude to Gina when she injures her hand.

Eventually, he offers Tiffany an apology, and she decides at the risk of her friendship with Boo to accept and to forgive him, and the two make amends.

Later, while guarding the inmates following Poussey's death, he confesses to Tiffany that he is dissatisfied with his job and planning to quit.

She attempts to talk him out of it and kisses him, and though he returns the kiss, he stops himself from initiating sex with her, not wanting to make the mistake he made previously, and tells her that he will still go through with his plan to quit.

At the end of the fourth season, the riot prevents him from leaving as planned, but he is able to avoid being captured by the inmates along with the other guards by hiding in the ceiling.

He watches Tiffany masturbate with the vibration function of a cell phone before she notices him in the ceiling. Later while they are in the laundry room the two of them start making out until Boo walks in on them, brings her outside the laundry room, and angrily scolds her.

Before Tiffany left to talk with Boo, she hides him in a dryer but he ends up being caught by Leanne and Angie before she comes back in.

Tiffany steals the gun that Humphrey smuggled in from Angie and she then throws the gun to Coates. The gun went off when Coates caught it, shooting off one of Leanne's fingers, and he then uses the gun to make a break for the exit, finally escaping and taking the weapon with him.

At the end of the fifth season, he comes home to find Tiffany in his house with a gun in her hand and nervously plays along as she gets him to join her watching TV.

Following this, in the sixth season, Coates and Tiffany intend to go on a road trip together. Dixon, not knowing that Coates was concealing Tiffany from capture, assumes that he may be planning to commit suicide and invites himself along for the trip to stop him.

This forces Tiffany to hide in the trunk of the car, though she later reveals herself to Dixon at a hotel after being tired of hiding in the trunk.

Shortly after it is discovered that Linda was mistakenly counted in Tiffany's place after the riot, an alert is sent out for her capture, causing Coates to suggest fleeing with her to Canada.

However, Tiffany begins to worry about whether doing so would be in his best interests, while Coates continually tries to plead with her to come with him and to make the relationship work.

In doing so, he inadvertently shows signs of his anger management problems and abusive personality, which he has been attempting to repress as a result of the realization that he raped her.

While sleeping in the woods and preparing to cross into Canada, Tiffany wakes up before Coates, gives him a goodbye kiss while he sleeps, and slips away to turn herself in, ensuring that his role in helping her escape is never discovered.

He is nicknamed " Gerber " by Alex upon first seeing him due to his young age. On one of his first days on the job, he overreacted when two inmates started arguing over an Uno game and pepper-sprayed them.

He ends up accidentally spraying himself and Donaldson when Donaldson attempted to stop him. Piper enlists him into her used panty business, using him to sneak underwear out of the prison so that her brother Cal can sell them on the outside.

Later on, he decides that he cannot smuggle underwear out of the prison anymore, which causes Piper to assume that he was waiting for an implied sexual favor from her when it was actually due to stress.

Intending to offer Bayley a handjob in exchange for his continued cooperation, Piper is interrupted by Stella, who convinces him to continue smuggling panties out of the prison for the bragging rights on the outside.

At the end of the third season, he is running for help when all of the inmates are leaving the prison to swim in the lake and most of the other guards have left for the strike.

During the fourth season, he expresses fear of the new guards and their methods. Flashbacks to his time before working at the prison revealed that he was once arrested for drinking and smoking marijuana on a water tower near the prison and that he was fired from an ice cream shop for giving women he found attractive free ice cream.

After telling Caputo about Humphrey forcing Suzanne and Maureen to fight during the lockdown after Aydin's remains are found, Caputo recommends to him that he should quit before working at the prison breaks him.

Later, after several guards enter the cafeteria to end a peaceful protest the inmates are doing, Piscatella orders Bayley to restrain Suzanne after the sight of Humphrey causes her to become unhinged.

Poussey intervenes, and Bayley restrains her on the floor under his knee while Suzanne repeatedly attacks him until Piscatella grabs her and Coates pulls him off of Poussey.

In the confusion, Poussey was unable to breathe, resulting in her suffocating to death. Following this, the traumatized and guilt-ridden Bayley is taken to a quiet corner of the prison with a blanket, and Caputo gives him Valium to help calm him.

Later, Piper runs into him on his way to Poussey's dorm to apologize to her friends, and she convinces him that he is the last person they need to see at that moment.

She pretends to agree to pass on a message from him, and he is then driven home by Officer Dixon. Throughout the fifth season, Bayley wrestles with his guilt at killing Poussey and his family's indifference to his feelings and makes numerous attempts to alleviate it.

First, he attempts to hand himself in to the police, but they assume that he is a PTSD-suffering war veteran, and they put him in the drunk tank for the night.

Next, after speaking to former COs Bell and O'Neill, he attempts suicide by consuming non-toxic paint from his father's workshop.

In desperation, he makes the long journey to Poussey's father's house to beg for forgiveness in person.

Her father is furious at Bayley over what he did, and bluntly says he will not do anything forgive him, beat him up, or press charges that will relieve the guilt Bayley is feeling, and that Bayley's punishment will be to live with his guilt for the rest of his life—a life that will be longer than the one he cut short.

A tearful Bayley goes to a bar where he has a conversation with a sympathetic barman, who states that not everywhere is bad, before rattling off a list of places he would go if he had the opportunity.

Bayley initially approaches his bus terminal, but then decides not to use his ticket, and instead turns and goes back up the escalator, evidently deciding to leave his old life behind and start afresh somewhere new.

Danny Pearson played by Mike Birbiglia — The former Director of Human Activities in the prison, which held most of the same responsibilities as the warden before MCC took over the prison.

Pearson received the job due to his father's senior position at MCC and as a result, had no real experience or qualifications for his job.

One of his first acts was to force Caputo to rush the new hires on the job with inadequate training as a cost-saving measure.

Later on, in the third season, he confronted his father about Sophia's situation after she was attacked and MCC ordered the prison to put her in the SHU due to her threat to sue.

Disgusted with the company's actions, he quits his job, and Caputo is promoted to his former position as a result.

During the fourth season, he reappears during a prison show to protest MCC's treatment of the prisoners and to bring attention to their treatment of Sophia.

He starts a website to show the corruption that MCC is involved with, to include posting a story stating that MCC bribed a judge to send more people to prison so that they could profit from their incarceration.

He helps Crystal get Sophia out of the SHU by posting a picture of her smuggled out of the prison anonymously by Caputo.

He is a major antagonist in both the fourth and fifth seasons. Piscatella was one of the guards from max that responded when many of minimum security's more experienced guards walked out after MCC took over, and his performance impressed Caputo enough to get him appointed as the new captain of the guards.

Piscatella is shown to be very strict, brutal and overzealous with his methods, and becomes very unpopular with the inmates.

He calls Piper into his office, and after encouraging her to create a task force to counter suspected gang activity in the prison, he makes it a point to inform her that he is a homosexual in order to discourage her from trying to flirt with him to get her way with him.

When Aydin's remains are found, he promptly disobeys Caputo's order not to interrogate any of the inmates until the FBI arrived after he left, and took a blind eye to the abuses the other guards performed.

When Caputo attempted to suspend Humphrey for forcing Suzanne and Maureen to fight, Piscatella threatened to pull all of the guards in retaliation.

When the inmates protested his actions in the cafeteria by standing on the tables, he ordered the guards to pull them down, which eventually resulted in Bayley accidentally killing Poussey of asphyxiation after Suzanne, unhinged due to Humphrey's actions, attacked Bayley.

Afterward, Caputo angrily berates Piscatella for allowing an inmate to die on his watch, and for his flagrant disrespect when he notices that he is chewing gum in the presence of the body.

When Piscatella gives his usual arrogant response, Caputo tells him that he has done some digging and that he knows the real reason why he was removed from the men's prison he used to work at, before dismissing him for the weekend, threatening to expose him if he tries to pull the guards.

In the fifth season, upon learning that the prison has broken into a riot, Piscatella returns to the prison and attempts to take charge of the efforts to end the riot, but is mocked by Officer Hopper from max and ignored by the CERT officers that arrived on the scene to take over.

Inside, Red digs through Caputo's files and learns the details of the incident that had caused him to be transferred, which is revealed by flashbacks.

When he had first started out as a CO in a men's prison, Piscatella - then a naive, relatively gentle and happy-go-lucky young man, had developed romantic feelings for one of his inmates, Wes Driscoll, who had reciprocated.

One day, Driscoll was violently beaten and raped by a group of inmates. Piscatella realizes that his relationship with Driscoll had been discovered when the leader of the attacking inmates, Miguel Resado, had walked in on them kissing in the kitchen.

His grief and devastation at the attack quickly gave way to anger and a lust for vengeance, resulting in him murdering Resado by handcuffing him under a shower, turning on the hot tap, and leaving Resado to be slowly and agonizingly boiled alive by the scalding water.

In the present, upon realizing that the inmates have taken Humphrey's phone and are trying to lure him into the prison, Piscatella loses patience and sneaks in.

After successfully kidnapping Blanca, Nicky, Boo, Alex, and Piper and tying them up in a storage closet, he lures Red there and proceeds to torture her, saying that he is doing so because of his belief that all inmates need to be broken.

He is stopped by the remainder of Red's crew, who were hiding in Frieda's hidden bunker in the prison's disused swimming pool, who knocks him out with a poisoned dart Frieda had made.

A video that Gina took of Piscatella torturing Red and breaking Alex's arm is then uploaded on YouTube, sparking protests outside the prison.

Because of his size, Piscatella has to be restrained by a heavy board. Upon discovering him when seeking refuge for Suzanne in the bunker, an enraged Taystee grabs a gun and puts it to his head.

Piscatella manages to persuade her to put the gun down, revealing that killing Resado made him feel no better, and Red decides to release him, to show him that they are better than he thinks.

Dumbfounded, Piscatella gives them a nod and leaves the bunker, only to be shot in the head with a non-lethal pepper round at point blank range and killed by one of the CERT officers, who did not recognize him in the smoke and darkness.

After CERT leader Herrmann leads his men in covering up the accident to make it look like an inmate killed him, to include shooting him in the head with the gun Taystee threatened him with, she is subsequently charged with and found guilty of Piscatella's murder.

During the fifth season, he is one of the guards from max that responds to the riot when most of the minimum security guards were taken hostage by the inmates.

Following the end of the riot, he welcomes the guards from minimum security that were transferred to max, and he participates in the "Fantasy Inmate" game with the other guards at max.

Outside of Litchfield, he begins to date Aleida after catching her selling her weight loss products in the prison parking lot and allows her to move in with him after she was evicted from the apartment she was sharing with Margarita.

They have a rough period, where Aleida loses respect for him, but they later reconcile and Hopper starts smuggling drugs into the prison inside of Aleida's containers.

Near the end of the sixth season, Piper confides to him that Madison planted drugs on her in an attempt to get her sentence extended.

Shortly after that, he receives a fabricated disciplinary report on Piper from Hellman that was done on behalf of Madison.

Instead of filing the report, he rips it up and puts Piper on the top of the list for early release due to his own involvement in the drug smuggling and concerns that she may expose it.

During the seventh season, Hopper continues to live with Aleida, and all of Aleida's children moved in with them after she regained custody of them.

When Fig is transferred to the ICE detention facility, he attempts to replace her as the new warden, but he ends up being passed over for the job by Ward so Linda can obtain a diversity hire grant for PolyCon.

Despite being passed over for promotion, he was forced to take charge over Ward during an incident when the inmates acted out and Ward didn't know how to react.

Later in the season, he took custody of Aleida's children after she was arrested and sent back to Litchfield. A sadistic, mean-spirited bully, he enjoys playing pranks on and otherwise causing trouble with the inmates.

After getting wind of Maria's smuggling operation he can understand Spanish, and overheard a conversation between Maritza and the outside man , he starts paying more attention to Maritza, who was using the prison van for the smuggling operation.

He overhears Maritza and Flaca talk about a scenario where they would have to choose between eating dead flies or a live baby mouse and decides to take Maritza into his house and forces her to take part in a real-life version of that choice at gunpoint.

During the lockdown, after Aydin's remains are found, he is assigned guard duty over the inmates that are being interrogated.

While in the waiting room, he pulls Kasey's chair from under her while she was sleeping, causing her to fall onto the floor.

Then, as Suzanne laughs at her, he tries to goad Kasey into fighting her, before Maureen volunteers to fight Suzanne instead after Kasey refuses.

Suzanne savagely beats Maureen, sending her to medical, and the following morning Caputo attempted to suspend him for a month for his actions.

Piscatella stepped in and threatened to pull all of the guards if Humphrey was suspended, causing Caputo to stand down. At the end of the fourth season, he smuggles a gun into the prison, claiming that it was for protection after Poussey's death.

When the inmates start rioting, he attempts to unholster his gun and is pushed from behind by Maritza, resulting in his gun falling to the ground and being picked up by Daya.

He attempts to negotiate with Daya in Spanish, but she shoots him in the leg and tells him that she doesn't speak Spanish. Gloria, determined to prevent Daya from being charged with murder, enlists Pidge's help and takes Humphrey to Sophia's salon with the hope that her medical training from her time as a firefighter will be enough to keep him alive.

After stitching the wound, Humphrey is taken to the medical unit, where he is placed between Maureen and Suzanne.

When he regains consciousness, he overhears them discussing ways to kill him, and then he starts telling them of various medieval ways that people have been killed, which holds their interest.

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They then form a gang consisting of the new contingent of Dominican Americans that has arrived at the prison. Later, Maria tries to persuade Piper to take on both Ramona and Ouija as employees for her used panty business, which only leads to an explosive fight between them.

Ramona, who had previously been told that Piper was the "boss" of the prison, warns her that Maria's comments that she was getting too big for her boots were a threat.

Later, the group makes good on their threat when they take Piper by surprise, drag her into the kitchen and brand her with a swastika.

In the fifth season, while rounding up the guards and other hostages with Ouija during the prison riot, Ramona steals Linda's high-heels and spends most of the season guarding the hostages.

She also joins Ouija and the white supremacists in setting up a coffee shop in the rec room, which proves a hit with the inmates - until the coffee runs out.

Towards the end of the season, she and Ouija start to suffer from the lack of sleep and sustenance and take to snorting coffee granules like cocaine, which initially has the desired effect, but eventually causes her severe vomiting spells.

When the CERT officers breach the front doors of the prison, Ramona and Ouija initially plan to fend them off in the library but instead end up joining the white supremacists in barricading themselves in one of the dorms, which is booby trapped.

The five of them manage to injure a large number of CERT officers before they are restrained and marched outside to join the other prisoners.

Following their capture, she is loaded on the buses outside and does not appear in the sixth season.

Carmen "Ouija" Aziza played by Rosal Colon - A Hispanic inmate who enters the prison at the start of the fourth season. She is usually accompanied by Ramona, who arrived at the prison with her, and the two appear to be close friends.

She has three teardrop tattoos under her left eye, which she claims is to indicate that she has killed three people contemptuously remarking that she is in prison for WIC fraud.

Upon her arrival in the prison, Ouija immediately chats up Flaca, upon noticing the teardrop under her own eye, which she is disappointed to learn is just makeup, and questions her about the balance of power amongst the inmates.

Later, following an argument with Kasey Sankey, Ouija joins Maria Ruiz's new gang and later offers her services to Piper's business at Maria's suggestion, which is rebuffed.

Upon the discovery of Aydin's body, she is among those separated from the other inmates for further questioning.

In the fifth season, she joins Ramona in guard duty over the hostages, and later helps set up a coffee parlor with the white supremacists, where Ouija reveals herself to be a very talented impressionist, impressing the other inmates with her dead-on impressions of the inmates and guards.

When the long period of time with no sleep and sustenance starts to take its toll on her, Ouija joins Ramona in snorting coffee, which ultimately causes her diarrhea.

At the end of the season, she joins Ramona and the white supremacists in fighting off the CERT officers. Ouija briefly appears at an Ohio facility in the sixth season with Big Boo, laughing knowingly as Linda Ferguson's hair is cut off, moments before a guard comes to tell Linda she is free.

In flashbacks during the 80s, she was in high school and worked as a waitress in the same restaurant as Carol.

She was angry over having to move, leaving behind her friends and boyfriend because of Debbie's gymnastic competitions.

After her parents order both her and Carol to watch Debbie for the evening, she attempts to tell her father that she can move in with friends until she graduates, but this angers him.

Later that night, she and Carol drive Debbie to a frozen lake to release her tadpoles, and after she released the tadpoles she tells Debbie to get in the car after Carol runs at them screaming with a hatchet in her hand.

After Debbie got in the car, Barb shows Debbie that she has the locks so she can't get out. Following this, the two older sisters push the car into the lake and she hummed the song Maniac the song playing during Debbie's final gymnastics performance after watching the car sink into the lake.

After arriving at Litchfield, the sisters are in different cellblocks and have rules in place on selling contraband. Following an altercation involving both sisters and a young Freida, both cell blocks are playing kickball when Carol starts a cell block war and slashes Barb in the face before they realize that both of them were betrayed by Frieda in exchange for her being moved to minimum security.

Both sisters have time added to their sentences due to Freida's actions. In the present, she is the leader of D-Block and has Daddy reporting directly to her while bringing drugs into the prison.

She is also a drug addict herself at this point. She becomes angry when supply lines for the drugs they were smuggling in are cut due to Daddy and the other inmates releasing the rats in the kitchen.

After a bad experience with bath salts, she is convinced by Nicky to become clean. She decides to try and kill Carol, but the plan is ruined when Nicky tries to warn Red, which results in CO Copeland being alerted to the attempt on her life.

Shortly after this, Copeland puts her and Carol in a cell together, with the hope that they attack each other, but the two stare at each other the entire night without engaging.

After being returned to D-Block, she starts a plan to start a war during the kickball game between the blocks, but it was just a distraction so she and Carol can switch into B-Block uniforms and sneak into "Florida" during the chaos to kill Freida.

Their plan fails when the women outside become too caught up in the game to start fighting, and the sisters attack each other, with her throat being slashed and Barb putting a shank in Carol's back.

In flashbacks during the 80s, she was in high school and worked as a waitress with her older sister. During one of Debbie's performances she showed Barb her notebook with drawings of ways to murder their younger sister and when they decide to go through with it Barb tells her to burn the book.

Later that night, after she threatens to kill Debbie's tadpoles before being stopped by Barb she and Barb drive Debbie to a frozen lake to release them.

While Barb and Debbie are outside she runs up to them with a hatchet and Barb tells Debbie to get back in the car.

Following this after Debbie realized that she's trapped, they push the car into the lake. After arriving at Litchfield, she and Barb are in different cellblocks and have an agreement in place on distributing contraband.

Carol became friendly with Freida and worked with her as a partner in her enterprise. Following an altercation involving both sisters and Freida, both cell blocks are playing kickball when she deflates the kickball and starts a cell block war.

She slashes Barb in the face and accuses her of stealing her contraband, but Barb denies it and they realize that both were betrayed by Freida in exchange for her being moved to minimum security.

Carol particularly feels hatred for Freida, due to the personal betrayal of their friendship. In the present, she is the leader of C-Block and has Madison Murphy as her second in command.

Like her sister, she tends not to play an active role in her gang, preferring to play bridge with her inner circle. She has developed something of an addiction to candy as a result of having given up smoking an idea suggested by Russell, who is herself a smoker.

She becomes friends with Red due to their mutual hatred of Freida. Later, she is approached by Alex, asking her to stop Madison from trying to plant drugs on Piper to get her sentence extended.

After a failed attempt by Barb to kill her in the prison salon, she and Barb are locked in the same cell while CO Copeland watches in hopes that they would fight.

After they failed to do so, they are taken back to their respective blocks and Carol reveals her plan to attack Barb and the rest of D-Block during the kickball game.

The plan was a distraction so that the sisters could change into B-Block uniforms and sneak into "Florida" during the chaos, giving them a chance to kill Freida.

When the inmates playing kickball get too caught up in the game to fight, the sisters turn against each other and she slits Barb's throat while Barb stabbed her in the back.

Her nickname comes from both her androgynous appearance and her former occupation as the manager of a high-end prostitution service. Flashbacks reveal that she had a close relationship with several of the girls that worked for her, and that at least one was killed by a client.

In the present, she is Barb's right-hand woman and manages the day-to-day operations of the D-Block gang due to Barb's drug addiction.

She takes an immediate shine to Daya when she first arrives at max after pleading guilty to killing CO Humphrey and receiving a life sentence and makes numerous attempts to befriend her.

This includes giving her oxycodone to help her manage the pain from the constant beatings and assaults that she receives from the guards, which results in Daya developing an opioid addiction.

However, Daddy later suffers a setback when she floods the prison's cheese packaging facility with rats to land D-Block preferable job assignments, unaware that the supply line for Barb's drug smuggling operation relies on it.

The manufacturer consequently pulls its contract with the prison, cutting off the supply line, and all of the addicts on D-Block, including Daya, start to go into withdrawal.

Barb orders her to create a new supply line, but she soon runs out of ideas and ends up making the situation even worse when Daya figures out where Barb's personal stash of oxy is kept and takes it away.

Despite her anger, Daddy ends up reciprocating when Daya kisses her to placate her. Daya eventually helps her by convincing her mother, Aleida to hide heroin baggies in the false bottoms of the chocolate protein shake bottles that her new boyfriend, Captain of the Guards Rick Hopper brings into work each day.

Eventually, Daya confesses to Daddy that she has feelings for her, and the two begin a relationship.

When Carol and Barb plan a major fight during the prison kickball tournament that Piper organized, Daddy joins the team on the field with the intent to signal when it is time to attack.

However, like every other person on the field except for Madison Murphy, Daddy gets caught up in the game, and ultimately doesn't give the signal.

At the beginning of the seventh season, Daya suspects Daddy is cheating on her, and later catches her in the act of doing so.

When Daddy attempts to brush it off as simply business, Daya seemingly accepts this, and offers her some drugs as a peace offering.

However, it turns out that Daya had given her bath salts in an effort to punish her and assumed she would simply have an episode similar to Barb when she took them.

Instead, Daddy ends up dying of an overdose, and although initially shaken, Daya ultimately usurps Daddy's position.

Madison "Badison" Murphy played by Amanda Fuller — An inmate in C-Block, and who reports directly to Carol Denning as part of her crew, although Carol is openly contemptuous of her, particularly in regards to her nickname.

At the beginning of the sixth season, Madison is put in the same cell as Red after leaving medical with a cast on her arm and causes Piper to trip and get her sent to medical when she was trying to find Alex.

She becomes Piper's roommate and the two do not get along. Flashbacks from her teenage years showed that she had severe anger issues, and she was constantly the target of ridicule to include her being nicknamed "Fartison" for an incident she had in the fourth grade.

She got kicked out of school for throwing a beaker at a classmate, and she was also violent with her parents resulting in them sending her to a behavioral camp.

After several confrontations with other girls at the camp, she betrays Roach, the one friend she had by spraying her with an aerosol can only to cause her to run into the campfire and set herself on fire.

Presumably because of her prior victimization, Madison has become a bully herself. Back in the prison, after Alex arrives from the hospital, she tells one of the other inmates to move rooms so Alex can be near Piper and then punishes the inmate later that night for not immediately agreeing the first time she was asked.

When Piper successfully gets kickball reinstated, Madison is upset that Piper is picked as a team captain instead of her, and she becomes very vindictive to the point where she plants drugs on her in an attempt to get her sentence extended.

She is ordered by Carol to leave Piper alone, but not before asking CO Hellman to write a negative report on Piper in exchange for simultaneous oral sex from inmates Charlene Teng and Shruti Chambal.

She helps Carol plan the gang war for the kickball game, but when Carol isn't at the game she attempts to start the war anyway by giving the signal.

The inmates decide to keep playing instead, ignoring her signal, and Alex tells her to give up on the war.

In the seventh season, Madison openly taunts Alex with her intention to have her sentence extended, and schemes with Hellman to have Alex transferred out of state.

However, on two occasions, she ends up triggering Taystee into a fight, and gets severely beaten up. Eventually, Tamika decides that Madison is too much of a troublemaker, and has her transferred to Missouri instead of Alex; Madison is last seen being dragged, kicking and screaming, into a transfer bus.

Adeola Chinede played by Sipiwe Moyo — An inmate introduced in the sixth season. Originally from Ibadan in Nigeria although she tells the inmates that she is from Lagos, which is more well known , she is housed in Block D of max and quickly becomes Lorna's cellmate and friend.

She is exceptionally intelligent and well educated, having originally worked as an evolutionary anthropologist back home, and has a very dry sense of humor.

She is also known for her somewhat alarming character quirks, such as raising a family of rats in her cell, and her tendency to make disturbing remarks about her past crimes.

In the seventh season, she deduces that Daya killed Daddy by giving her a drug overdose and encourages her to establish herself as the new drug boss in the prison.

After helping Daya by acting as muscle, Adeola becomes her right-hand woman. Boyle is shown to be rather monotonous and blunt and only shows small personality when talking about her child, a 5-year-old.

Boyle then also educates Leanne Taylor and Angie Rice on dinosaurs while waiting in line at the pharmacy. Patricia "Tricia" Miller played by Madeline Brewer — An inmate who grew up on the streets and one of the youngest inmates.

She is a drug addict and lesbian who sports a tattoo on her throat and cornrows. While outside prison, Tricia showed kleptomaniac tendencies, often taking things that she promised herself she would later pay for, reasoning she would not be a thief if she did so.

She kept a list of all the things she ever stole with the intention of settling all her debts when she had the money.

She is caught by Miss Claudette attempting to plant drugs in her girlfriend Mercy's bunk so she would get more time, but ultimately backs down and lets her girlfriend get released.

She asks Piper to help her in writing her letter of appeal so that she can get out faster and be with Mercy, although she has not been able to contact her.

Tricia gets drugs from the prison guard Mendez in exchange for sexual favors. When he is late with his deliveries, she goes into drug withdrawal and is taken to the SHU.

Due to Red's intolerance for drugs and it being her "second offense", Tricia is ejected from Red's "family".

Red later admits that she had only intended Tricia's ejection to be temporary, and to force her to learn her lesson.

Mendez tries to blackmail her into selling drugs for him again, though she tells him she wants to be clean again.

Later, Mendez notices that she is in a drugged out state, and realizing that she has helped herself to some of his stash, and that this might reveal the presence of drugs in the prison, he quickly hides her in an empty broom cupboard.

After discovering she was specifically requested for a Scared Straight visit with delinquent kids, he returns to get her and discovers that she is dead, revealing that she had in fact taken the entire bag — most likely in a final act of sacrifice to protect Red and her family.

In a panic, he manipulates the situation to make it look like a suicide by hanging. A grieving Red blames herself for driving Tricia away.

The truth of her death is never discovered by the administration, although Nicky quickly deduces what happened and tells Red.

During the week of her release, she antagonized Big Boo, but they still departed on good terms. Tricia was prepared to plant drugs on Mercy to extend her sentence so they could stay together, but Miss Claudette talked Tricia out of it, determined not to let her screw up Mercy's life.

Mercy leaves the prison intending to stay out of trouble and stay in contact with Tricia. Tricia later reveals she has lost contact with Mercy but remains optimistic.

Described as a street-tough inmate who used to run a drug business, using kids as runners, she returns to jail after a long stint outside.

She has a long history with many of the inmates, particularly Red, whom she had beaten ruthlessly when attempting to take over her smuggling business, and Taystee, whom she had taken under her wing from an early age.

Vee is ruthless, manipulative and something of a sociopath, more than willing to take on any naive young inmate or criminal and drop them when they are no longer of use to her.

Upon returning to prison, she builds up a gang among the black population, many of whom are manipulated by her charming and maternal influence, with the exception of Poussey, who is one of the only inmates with the courage to take her on.

She then forms a tobacco operation, and after Red rejects her attempted takeover of her smuggling operation and one of her friends attempts to kill her, begins a gang war with the Caucasian gang.

Red almost succeeds in killing her by strangling, but she relents at the last minute and decides to call a truce.

However, Vee was only pretending to give up, and instead violently beats Red with a slock a lock in a sock , sending her to the prison infirmary.

Her arrogance and ruthlessness ultimately lead to her downfall when Nichols, Red's second-in-command, steals her supply of heroin, causing her to become paranoid.

Her attempt to frame Suzanne for Red's beating causes all of her girls to turn on her, and she manages to escape through Red's supply tunnel.

When Vee reaches the main road, Miss Rosa, who has just hijacked a prison van, sees her at the side of the road and, remembering an earlier incident with her, deliberately veers off the road and runs her over, killing her.

Rosa "Miss Rosa" Cisneros played by Barbara Rosenblat ; portrayed by Stephanie Andujar in flashbacks — An older Latina inmate who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

In the second-season episode "Appropriately Sized Pots", flashbacks reveal that as a young woman, Rosa was part of a ring of professional bank robbers.

After making clean getaways from three successive heists, she made the mistake of impulsively robbing a fourth bank at random which ultimately sent her to prison.

The flashbacks also reveal that most of the men she's loved died moments after she kissed them when a job has been successful, which has led her to believe she is cursed.

Throughout the second season, she routinely goes to the nearby hospital for chemotherapy and befriends a teenager who is also on chemo.

Eventually, she is told that her cancer is aggressive, and she has between three and six weeks left to live. When they return to the prison, they discover the place is on lockdown.

As Officer Ford goes to investigate, Lorna decides to give Rosa the opportunity to steal the prison van and escape, urging her not to die in prison.

As she drives away, Rosa sees the escaped Vee at the side of the road and runs her over in revenge for having treated her so rudely.

In the opening of the third season, a CO reveals that, after running Vee down, Rosa committed suicide by driving into a nearby quarry.

She appears in a flashback of Caputo's first day working in the prison and is one of the first inmates that he talks to.

They help Red set up the greenhouse and help to grow the plants and with Red's smuggling. Despite appearing to be harmless old ladies, they are actually quite dangerous and hardened — unlike the other inmates, they possess and carry shivs.

In one scene, when tasked with taking back Red's merchandise from the kitchen, they calmly threaten Gloria's staff with these weapons.

Later, when Red abandons the greenhouse, they feel it's because of Vee, so they plot to kill her. Taslitz volunteers to do the job, and tails a woman she thinks is Vee as she leaves the showers.

Upon reaching an empty corridor, she brutally shanks the woman, but it turns out to be the wrong person. Taslitz is sent to the SHU, and Vee takes it as a declaration of war.

She is later seen in max. Previously working at a donuts store frequented by O'Neill and Bell, he gets hired as a CO by the prison and becomes friends with Tiffany after being introduced to her for a van errand.

During one of their errands, he takes her out to feed ducks and ends up treating her like a dog before kissing her against a tree.

He stops kissing her after it is apparent she isn't into it and that it was crossing some boundaries. During another van errand, Coates is late returning to the prison and misses count, causing him to be reprimanded by Caputo and put on probation.

Tiffany apologizes for making him late, but he throws her into the prison van and rapes her while repeatedly stating that he loves her.

Later, he wakes up in the laundry room, after unknown to him being drugged by Tiffany and Big Boo. During another van errand, he tells Tiffany to drive under an underpass, but she fakes a seizure in order to prevent another encounter between them and runs off of the road.

Tiffany is relieved of her van duties and Coates meets Maritza, who was assigned to be Tiffany's replacement as the van driver.

During the fourth season, he becomes fed up with Tiffany's cold, hostile attitude towards him and he confronts her over what her issue with him is.

After thinking she is jealous of Maritza and telling Tiffany that she is not his type, Tiffany asks him if he is raping Maritza.

He denies raping Maritza and then claims that he thought the encounters between him and Tiffany were consensual because he told her he loved her when he did it, but she replies that this didn't make it any different and leaves.

Subsequently, Coates struggles to come to terms with the reality of his actions, and at one point lashes out at and then kicks Luschek out of his house for his less than caring attitude to Gina when she injures her hand.

Eventually, he offers Tiffany an apology, and she decides at the risk of her friendship with Boo to accept and to forgive him, and the two make amends.

Later, while guarding the inmates following Poussey's death, he confesses to Tiffany that he is dissatisfied with his job and planning to quit.

She attempts to talk him out of it and kisses him, and though he returns the kiss, he stops himself from initiating sex with her, not wanting to make the mistake he made previously, and tells her that he will still go through with his plan to quit.

At the end of the fourth season, the riot prevents him from leaving as planned, but he is able to avoid being captured by the inmates along with the other guards by hiding in the ceiling.

He watches Tiffany masturbate with the vibration function of a cell phone before she notices him in the ceiling. Later while they are in the laundry room the two of them start making out until Boo walks in on them, brings her outside the laundry room, and angrily scolds her.

Before Tiffany left to talk with Boo, she hides him in a dryer but he ends up being caught by Leanne and Angie before she comes back in.

Tiffany steals the gun that Humphrey smuggled in from Angie and she then throws the gun to Coates.

The gun went off when Coates caught it, shooting off one of Leanne's fingers, and he then uses the gun to make a break for the exit, finally escaping and taking the weapon with him.

At the end of the fifth season, he comes home to find Tiffany in his house with a gun in her hand and nervously plays along as she gets him to join her watching TV.

Following this, in the sixth season, Coates and Tiffany intend to go on a road trip together. Dixon, not knowing that Coates was concealing Tiffany from capture, assumes that he may be planning to commit suicide and invites himself along for the trip to stop him.

This forces Tiffany to hide in the trunk of the car, though she later reveals herself to Dixon at a hotel after being tired of hiding in the trunk.

Shortly after it is discovered that Linda was mistakenly counted in Tiffany's place after the riot, an alert is sent out for her capture, causing Coates to suggest fleeing with her to Canada.

However, Tiffany begins to worry about whether doing so would be in his best interests, while Coates continually tries to plead with her to come with him and to make the relationship work.

In doing so, he inadvertently shows signs of his anger management problems and abusive personality, which he has been attempting to repress as a result of the realization that he raped her.

While sleeping in the woods and preparing to cross into Canada, Tiffany wakes up before Coates, gives him a goodbye kiss while he sleeps, and slips away to turn herself in, ensuring that his role in helping her escape is never discovered.

He is nicknamed " Gerber " by Alex upon first seeing him due to his young age. On one of his first days on the job, he overreacted when two inmates started arguing over an Uno game and pepper-sprayed them.

He ends up accidentally spraying himself and Donaldson when Donaldson attempted to stop him. Piper enlists him into her used panty business, using him to sneak underwear out of the prison so that her brother Cal can sell them on the outside.

Later on, he decides that he cannot smuggle underwear out of the prison anymore, which causes Piper to assume that he was waiting for an implied sexual favor from her when it was actually due to stress.

Intending to offer Bayley a handjob in exchange for his continued cooperation, Piper is interrupted by Stella, who convinces him to continue smuggling panties out of the prison for the bragging rights on the outside.

At the end of the third season, he is running for help when all of the inmates are leaving the prison to swim in the lake and most of the other guards have left for the strike.

During the fourth season, he expresses fear of the new guards and their methods. Flashbacks to his time before working at the prison revealed that he was once arrested for drinking and smoking marijuana on a water tower near the prison and that he was fired from an ice cream shop for giving women he found attractive free ice cream.

After telling Caputo about Humphrey forcing Suzanne and Maureen to fight during the lockdown after Aydin's remains are found, Caputo recommends to him that he should quit before working at the prison breaks him.

Later, after several guards enter the cafeteria to end a peaceful protest the inmates are doing, Piscatella orders Bayley to restrain Suzanne after the sight of Humphrey causes her to become unhinged.

Poussey intervenes, and Bayley restrains her on the floor under his knee while Suzanne repeatedly attacks him until Piscatella grabs her and Coates pulls him off of Poussey.

In the confusion, Poussey was unable to breathe, resulting in her suffocating to death. Following this, the traumatized and guilt-ridden Bayley is taken to a quiet corner of the prison with a blanket, and Caputo gives him Valium to help calm him.

Later, Piper runs into him on his way to Poussey's dorm to apologize to her friends, and she convinces him that he is the last person they need to see at that moment.

She pretends to agree to pass on a message from him, and he is then driven home by Officer Dixon. Throughout the fifth season, Bayley wrestles with his guilt at killing Poussey and his family's indifference to his feelings and makes numerous attempts to alleviate it.

First, he attempts to hand himself in to the police, but they assume that he is a PTSD-suffering war veteran, and they put him in the drunk tank for the night.

Next, after speaking to former COs Bell and O'Neill, he attempts suicide by consuming non-toxic paint from his father's workshop.

In desperation, he makes the long journey to Poussey's father's house to beg for forgiveness in person.

Her father is furious at Bayley over what he did, and bluntly says he will not do anything forgive him, beat him up, or press charges that will relieve the guilt Bayley is feeling, and that Bayley's punishment will be to live with his guilt for the rest of his life—a life that will be longer than the one he cut short.

A tearful Bayley goes to a bar where he has a conversation with a sympathetic barman, who states that not everywhere is bad, before rattling off a list of places he would go if he had the opportunity.

Bayley initially approaches his bus terminal, but then decides not to use his ticket, and instead turns and goes back up the escalator, evidently deciding to leave his old life behind and start afresh somewhere new.

Danny Pearson played by Mike Birbiglia — The former Director of Human Activities in the prison, which held most of the same responsibilities as the warden before MCC took over the prison.

Pearson received the job due to his father's senior position at MCC and as a result, had no real experience or qualifications for his job.

One of his first acts was to force Caputo to rush the new hires on the job with inadequate training as a cost-saving measure.

Later on, in the third season, he confronted his father about Sophia's situation after she was attacked and MCC ordered the prison to put her in the SHU due to her threat to sue.

Disgusted with the company's actions, he quits his job, and Caputo is promoted to his former position as a result.

During the fourth season, he reappears during a prison show to protest MCC's treatment of the prisoners and to bring attention to their treatment of Sophia.

He starts a website to show the corruption that MCC is involved with, to include posting a story stating that MCC bribed a judge to send more people to prison so that they could profit from their incarceration.

He helps Crystal get Sophia out of the SHU by posting a picture of her smuggled out of the prison anonymously by Caputo.

He is a major antagonist in both the fourth and fifth seasons. Piscatella was one of the guards from max that responded when many of minimum security's more experienced guards walked out after MCC took over, and his performance impressed Caputo enough to get him appointed as the new captain of the guards.

Piscatella is shown to be very strict, brutal and overzealous with his methods, and becomes very unpopular with the inmates.

He calls Piper into his office, and after encouraging her to create a task force to counter suspected gang activity in the prison, he makes it a point to inform her that he is a homosexual in order to discourage her from trying to flirt with him to get her way with him.

When Aydin's remains are found, he promptly disobeys Caputo's order not to interrogate any of the inmates until the FBI arrived after he left, and took a blind eye to the abuses the other guards performed.

When Caputo attempted to suspend Humphrey for forcing Suzanne and Maureen to fight, Piscatella threatened to pull all of the guards in retaliation.

When the inmates protested his actions in the cafeteria by standing on the tables, he ordered the guards to pull them down, which eventually resulted in Bayley accidentally killing Poussey of asphyxiation after Suzanne, unhinged due to Humphrey's actions, attacked Bayley.

Afterward, Caputo angrily berates Piscatella for allowing an inmate to die on his watch, and for his flagrant disrespect when he notices that he is chewing gum in the presence of the body.

When Piscatella gives his usual arrogant response, Caputo tells him that he has done some digging and that he knows the real reason why he was removed from the men's prison he used to work at, before dismissing him for the weekend, threatening to expose him if he tries to pull the guards.

In the fifth season, upon learning that the prison has broken into a riot, Piscatella returns to the prison and attempts to take charge of the efforts to end the riot, but is mocked by Officer Hopper from max and ignored by the CERT officers that arrived on the scene to take over.

Inside, Red digs through Caputo's files and learns the details of the incident that had caused him to be transferred, which is revealed by flashbacks.

When he had first started out as a CO in a men's prison, Piscatella - then a naive, relatively gentle and happy-go-lucky young man, had developed romantic feelings for one of his inmates, Wes Driscoll, who had reciprocated.

One day, Driscoll was violently beaten and raped by a group of inmates. Piscatella realizes that his relationship with Driscoll had been discovered when the leader of the attacking inmates, Miguel Resado, had walked in on them kissing in the kitchen.

His grief and devastation at the attack quickly gave way to anger and a lust for vengeance, resulting in him murdering Resado by handcuffing him under a shower, turning on the hot tap, and leaving Resado to be slowly and agonizingly boiled alive by the scalding water.

In the present, upon realizing that the inmates have taken Humphrey's phone and are trying to lure him into the prison, Piscatella loses patience and sneaks in.

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