Review: Orange Is The New Black Season 5 Episode 3 “Pissters”

I don’t want these reviews to become repetitive, but that is the simply problem with this season of Orange Is The New Black so far, nothing has occurred remotely significant or interesting to compelling the audience to push on. Its spotlight upon the range of groups forming, their differences, but also their need for each other is fascinating, but it needs to be tighter and less disjointed. Similar to the second episode, there a number of emotional aspects confronted within this entry, while Linda is a genuinely interesting perspective to showcase, yet none get their fair share of screen time or depth. For a show discussing the unity of a group of inmates, the writers are presenting a fragmented season. 6.8/10


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