List of Oz Episodes - Episode List - Season 6 (2003)

Season 6 (2003)

Title Directed by Written by Original air date Theme
49 1 "Dead Man Talking" Adam Bernstein Tom Fontana January 5, 2003 (2003-01-05) Death and the afterlife
Augustus wrote memoirs before he died, and McManus gives them to Said and a regretful Redding. Suzanne proposes a production of MacBeth instead of a talent show, Meehan gets the role before dying of natural causes. The Mayor goes on trial for a racially motivated double murder and racial tensions rise. Alvarez and Guerra try make peace after Alvarez is released from solitary due to overcrowding, on condition of ongoing good behaviour. Schillinger and Stanton are released from solitary. Winthrop gets out of being a prag and into the brotherhood by killing Beecher's father.
50 2 "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Smell No Evil" Marc Klasfeld Tom Fontana & Sunil Nayar January 12, 2003 (2003-01-12) Senses
Beecher finally gets parole. The reconstruction ends up making the inmates in solitary sick. Telemarketing arrives in Oz, Burr sees it as the perfect alternative to drug slinging and enlists the homeboys. Alvarez tries to make contact with his old girlfriend Maritza. Schiabetta tries to curse the O'Reilys, but Ryan has powers of his own.
51 3 "Sonata da Oz" Judy Dennis Tom Fontana & Sunil Nayar January 19, 2003 (2003-01-19) Music
Beecher leaves Oz. Someone has the Mayor assassinated ... but whom? Cyril begins Electro-convulsive therapy to combat sever depression and schizophrenia. Glynn meets the press about the solitary poisonings. Said attempts to start a bookbinding business and meets with a reporter with a surprise up his sleeve.
52 4 "A Failure to Communicate" David Von Ancken Tom Fontana & Bradford Winters January 26, 2003 (2003-01-26) Communication
Ryan despairs about Cyril unsuccessful appeal as a friend from Suzanne's radical days arrives in Oz. Beecher returns to Oz as a visitor and gets Keller off Death Row. Arif reluctantly takes control of the Muslims and the bookbinding business as Burr has troubles of his own keeping the homeboys in telemarketing. Martinez didn't die of poisoning, he was murdered; Penders threatens to sue about the conditions in solitary and Omar agrees not to, in exchange for a ticket back to Em City. Robson thinks up a way to get out of being Cutler's prag.
53 5 "4giveness" John Henry Davis Tom Fontana & Bradford Winters February 2, 2003 (2003-02-02) Forgiveness
Cyril's execution date approaches, while Hoyt is ruled insane and is prepped to be sent to the institution. The Muslims struggle to cope without Said and to run his bookbinding business. Alvarez is bewildered to discover Cutler left him all his possessions. Robson rejoins the Brotherhood. Glynn investigates the murder of the Mayor. Busmalis visits Norma and the baby and they get engaged... again. Keller betrays Beecher to bring him back to Oz.
54 6 "A Day in the Death..." Daniel Loflin Tom Fontana & Sunil Nayar & Bradford Winters February 9, 2003 (2003-02-09) Causes of death
Keller is rejected by Beecher and strikes up an alliance with Schillinger. Idzik is transferred to Em City, where he has an unusual request for Omar. Glynn gets closer to who murdered Mayor Loewen as the feds seem to lose interest. One of the infirmary staff has a suspicious record of deaths. Cutler's widow visits Alvarez again. Redding has a plan to get the homeboys out of bookbinding and back under his control. Cyril's execution is set for today... will he get a reprieve?
55 7 "Junkyard Dawgs" Theodore Bogosian Tom Fontana & Chuck Schweitzer February 16, 2003 (2003-02-16) Junk
Two new drug peddlers arrive in Oz and try to scrape out a market between the Sicilians and the homeboys, with two different results. Whose side is Keller really on? he pledges loyalty to both Beecher and Schillinger, with a kiss for each. McManus has one last chance to save Omar. Ryan keeps faith as Cyril's execution nears. Alvarez tries to right wrongs and keep in the straight life. Glynn continues digging into the web of the Mayors murder, but his investigation will come to an end, one way or another.
56 8 "Exeunt Omnes" Alex Zakrzewski Tom Fontana February 23, 2003 (2003-02-23) True facts
Devlin is accused of being involved in the deaths of Mayor Lowen and Glynn, among others. Prior to the pending investigation, he fires McManus from Em City. Querns replaces Glynn as warden and of course plans to make waves. Brass goes completely nuts and tries to kill Jackson Vayhue (now paroled and playing ball again) after Vayhue snubs him. He's arrested and sent away. Father Mukada learns that Hoyt's rich parents adopted him at birth. Mukada tracks down his mother and they share a loving, tender reunion. As he is also cut off from Cutler's wife, Miguel slips into the seductive arms and drugs of his cellmate, Torquemada. Rebadow and Stella reunite. Pablo stabs another inmate and goes to the Hole (where the poor prisoner is now stripped naked AND held in a restraining chair). Vern is stabbed in the stomach by Beecher. Although Gloria tries to comfort him as best she can, Ryan is barely able to cope without Cyril in his life. Ryan forgives his father for past sins, and they decide to start over. Keller told Beecher that he'd taken care of the Aryans, and those cryptic words come true when a mysterious package arrives at the post office. The contents are a poisonous powder which kills all the Aryans immediately. In Oz's final moments, each section of the prison is evacuated, McManus Is heard saying "The move is temporary, we will be back someday", and every last character gets on a bus, ready to vanish into TV history. While back in Oz the echos of the past year's still linger in the empty cells and recreation rooms.

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