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The show expounds upon its original source material, Piper Kerman's memoir of the same name.
The series gives fictional characters dimensional backstories, all while highlighting the problems with the prison industry that Kerman and so many others experienced firsthand.
Gloria brings the wounded guard to Sophia (Laverne Cox) for medical attention.
She wasn't a doctor, but she has emergency training thanks to her previous career as a firefighter, which means Sophia has more medical knowledge than any of the other inmates.
Sophia helps Gloria take Humphrey to the medical unit, where he's placed under care, in a bed between Suzanne (Uzo Aduba) and Maureen (Emily Althaus).
Meanwhile, the rest of the inmates start carving out places for themselves to hunker down during the riot.
He leaves off the next line, which names Bayley as her murderer, but Taystee repeats it to the camera.
Over the course of the episode, it becomes clear that Daya didn't realize what she was getting into by firing the gun.
She points it at her fellow inmates, including Maria (Jessica Pimentel) when she offers to help.
She grabs peanut butter and other supplies before two guards trap her, along with the prison's three white supremacists/neo-Nazis, behind a grate.
And while it's hard to feel sympathy for Litchfield's skinheads, it's uncomfortable to see the guards lord their power over them, at one point playing "fuck, marry, kill" and saying one of the women has "dick-sucking lips." Eventually, Frieda outsmarts the guards with her survivalist skills, though, pretending to poison them and then offering to make an antidote so they'd release the four women from the grate.