As Christmas approaches, Alvarez decides to go back to Solitary but not before rejecting a gift from his former buddies, which ends Ricardo in a body bag. Bellinger, who is pregnant, decides to go forward with the execution but Sister Pete steps in and convinces Devlin to commute her sentence, Bellinger warns her that she will be bowing down before Satan. Racial tensions are at an all time rate in Oz when after Whittlsey and Howell fight over McManus, he feels that Glynn does not support him very well, and they continue after the final boxing match, which sees Cyril defeat Khan unexpectedly in a brutal manner. As the new millennium approaches, Schillinger gathers all the white inmates together who have differences to put them aside for the moment, while Adebisi does the same with the African American inmates. Tensions are also amongst the staff as well, especially Hughes, after disagreeing with Glynn is fired. Glynn puts the prison in lockdown and the new millennium arrives, Adebisi gets a special surprise in his pod.

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What Poetry are referenced by this Television Episode?

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A Visit from St. Nicholas (Twas the Night Before Christmas) written by Clement Clarke Moore

A Visit from St. Nicholas (Twas the Night Before Christmas)
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This Poem is referred to by Out o' Time part of Oz Season 3
Augustus quotes part of this poem, "Twas the night before Christmas..."

More Episodes From...

Oz Season 3

# Title Air Date
Oz
3:1 The Truth and Nothing But... Jul 14, 1999
3:2 Napoleon's Boney Parts Jul 21, 1999
3:3 Legs Jul 28, 1999
3:4 Unnatural Disasters Aug 4, 1999
3:5 U.S. Mail Aug 11, 1999
3:6 Cruel and Unusual Punishments Aug 18, 1999
3:7 Secret Identities Aug 25, 1999
3:8 Out o' Time Sep 1, 1999

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