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Orange is the New Black: Sing It, White Effie / Season: 5 / Episode: 5 (00050005) (2017)

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Orange is the New Black: Sing It, White Effie / Season: 5 / Episode: 5 (00050005) (2017) (Television Episode)
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Orange is the New Black

Sing It, White Effie (Television Episode)

Season: 5
Episode: 5
Production Code: 00050005

June 9, 2017
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Video of Judy King is widely misreported as a terrorist attack against Christians, as the white supremacists had their heads covered and are mistaken for Muslims. The governor is livid about MCC's passive stance and sends his own team to Litchfield. On the outside, Aleida struggles to find employment. Gloria calls her but is unable to tell her about Daya. Janae, Alison, Black Cindy and Taystee free Judy in order to stop the disinformation about the situation. They clean her up and have Josh give her talking points, before all four go outside to face the press. Judy begins to give her statement but Taystee interrupts her with an emotional speech about how Judy was kept separately from them because of her wealth and status. She says their fight is not with Judy but with the system that punishes poor people and people of color. Angie and Leanne find Charlie Coates in the laundry room after he had been with Pennsatucky. They plan to take him hostage but Pennsatucky grabs the gun from Angie's waistband. She throws the gun to Charlie and it accidentally fires, shooting Leanne in the finger. Charlie uses the weapon to escape the prison and goes outside, where a CERT greets him with guns drawn, and he faints. 
Flashback: A teenaged Watson tours an elite prep school and is mesmerized by the wealth and depth of education. She witnesses a rehearsal for the school's (all-white) production of Dreamgirls and is shocked by a white girl in an Afro wig performing "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going." Returning to her school in the Bronx, she is discouraged by the poor conditions and develops a negative attitude.