Fans of the Netflix original series Orange is the New Black are eagerly awaiting the return of the series this June but can get a little fix of their favorite OITNB inmates in a short video clip that emulates one of season 2’s quirkier moments.
Season 2 of OITNB found born again Christian and volatile meth head inmate Pennsatucky sporting new choppers and being ostracized by her fellow addicts. As Pennsatucky, the OITNB former leader of the meth heads, struggled to make her way as a loner, fellow rotten-toothed inmate Leanne tested her own leadership skills by trying to teach the other OITNB junkies a dance routine to Tre Coast song “Don’t Talk to Me.”
OITNB‘s new featurette helps fans re-live that moment as all of our favorite OITNB inmates including Piper, Alex, Crazy Eyes, and even Red take a turn showing off their rapping and singing abilities in the 53-second clip.
Watch it here:
Notably absent from the clip of Litchfield Correctional Facility inmates is last season’s most scrupulous OITNB villain Yvonne “Vee” Parker. Fans felt a sense of justice after watching what appeared to be Vee’s demise at the end of season two, especially because OITNB‘s beloved Crazy Eyes was left broken hearted and weeping after realizing the depths of Vee’s manipulation.
In October, TMZ had gotten OITNB fans worked into a tizzy when they reported that there were sightings of actress Lorraine Toussaint, the actress who played Vee, on the OITNB set. Toussaint later went on record saying she would not return for Season 3 of OITNB.
The comedic “Don’t Talk to Me” clip is the first glance fans get of new OITNB cast member Ruby Rose. It is rumored her character Stella will attract the romantic interest of OITNB frontrunners Alex and Piper as they continue to go through the ebb and flows of their on/off again relationship.
It will be interesting to see if Stella becomes the new OITNB face of evil in the prison with the absence of Vee and former corrupt guard George “Pornstache” Mendez. Or perhaps the enemy of the OITNB inmates is someone that already dwells there. Season 2 of OITNB revealed good guys turning bad character arcs for both prison guard Sam Healy and newly appointed warden Joe Caputo.
Regardless of what’s in store for the Emmy and Golden Globe nominated OITNB, fans will undoubtedly be glued to Netflix and binge watching in June and spend July to May wishing for Season 4.
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