Following his heart attack, Said banishes Huseni Mershah, but Mershah tells Glynn and McManus about Said's plans to start a riot. Following a shakedown, he is transferred out of Em City, where he is labeled an outcast, and commits suicide later on. Donald Groves, who wants to follow Said, decides to kill Glynn, but by accident kills an officer in the process. While Groves is awaiting execution, the guards brutally beat the inmates for retaliation. Hill admires a cellist, Eugene Dobbins, and through this decides to find a role model other than Vahue. O'Reily and Adebisi take down Schibetta with tragic results. Beecher manages to stand up to Schillinger in messy way.

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What Poetry are referenced by this Television Episode?

It refers to...
To a Mouse written by Robert Burns

To a Mouse
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This Poem is referred to by Plan B part of Oz Season 1
The opening scene references a paraphrased quote from this poem, "The best laid plans of mice and men"

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