I can't believe I didn't post a single entry yesterday. I've been kind of busy. I got some fish! Four of: Theodore (but everybody calls him T-Bag), Jack (after my Spydaddy), Casey (after my favorite ADA) and Alex (for Eames).
Tonight I had a riot marathon. I watched the riot episodes of Prison Break and Oz.
It was really stupid of them on Prison Break to think they could just let the guard go and he wouldn't say anything. I find it very hard to believe that Abruzzi, the mob boss, would have a problem killing him. Abruzzi is cold-blooded why would he suddenly have a problem killing someone?
Some of my favorite quotes from "Riots, Drills and the Devil":
T-Bag-"Bellick, I got one for ya. Whaddya call a piece of white trash who couldn’t pass the cops exam and now makes less than a mailman? A C.O."
Bellick-"You know Teddy you really let me down and that’s hard to do because I don’t expect much from the inbred child of a retard."
T-Bag-"Oh just what I thought! Piglets are scared of the big bad wolf! Big bad wolf!"
T-Bag-"I’m just kickin’ it with Deputy Dog. You know, talkin’ women."
T-Bag-"After I kill you, I’m gonna crawl out that hole and call me up a limousine and me and yo’ baby’s goin’ to the prom.
I noticed that the Prison Break and Oz riots had a couple of things in common. They both had a rookie C.O get killed and in both the dickhead governor called in the troops to end the riot. Here's some more comparisons of the riots.
Riot started because
Oz: A couple of guys got in a fight over a game of checkers.
Prison Break: Michael shut the air conditioning off.
Who lead the riot
Oz: Mostly Said; but also Ryan, Miguel, Adebissi and Scott Ross.
Prison Break: T-Bag until he discovered the escape plan.
Oz: 6, after McManus traded himself for the two wounded C.Os (McManus, Father Mukada and 4 C.Os)
Prison Break: 2 (Dr. Tancredi and a C.O)
I leave you now with a quote from the Oz episode "A Game of Checkers" (which just happens to be my favorite Oz quote ever):
Said-"Now I am not saying that the men in Oz are innocent. I am saying that they are not here because of the crimes that they commmitted but because of the color of their skin! Their lack of education, the fact that they are poor. You see this is not about getting smoking back, or conjugal rights. It's not even about life in prison. It's about society taking responsibility! It's about the whole horrid judicial system! Now we don't need more prisons, bigger prisons, better prisons. We need better justice."