The Litchfield Women are Back

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Sorry I haven’t been around much, I’ve been binge watching Orange is the New Black since it came out on June 12th. This post has some spoilers in it so this is your warning. They aren’t earth shattering though so you won’t want to kill me I promise. IMG_8729.JPG

This season, as you can tell by the awesome candles Netflix sent me, takes a look at religion and how it affects the inmates. It reminds me of the herd mentality that anything that makes you feel good, you stick with it. The inmates do this with Norma. She makes them feel special and seen so they tend to flock to her. It’s an interesting thing to watch from a psychological and sociological standpoint. 


You also get a good look at some of the other inmates back stories. We got this in season 2 but it seems like this season the stories are a way for you to make the character’s felony charges less disturbing. Like Pennsatucky for example, I couldn’t stand her character before this season. I was hoping that someone would break her new teeth out and she would choke on them, but not in this season. I cried for her and the things that she has gone through and still going through. This isn’t focused on Piper and her life. It really focus’s on all of the inmates and their lives inside and outside of prison.

I love Orange is the New Black, it’s a guilt pleasure to laugh and cry about. We can watch all three seasons now streaming on Netflix!

Go binge watch and tell me your thoughts on the season in the comments below. 

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  1. Believe it or not I have never seen this show. I have heard alot about it and it seems like a great show–but i have yet to watch one episode. I am going to check it out on Netflix though before school starts back up in August.


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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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