She works in the prison library. Her mysterious origins and fearsome reputation bred numerous legends, with some inmates humorously noting they never see her in the bathrooms. This estrangement was what initially led to Nicky's drug addiction. However, she confided to Sam that she wished to stop the therapy, as they caused her to feel "fuzzy" and forgetful.
She begins to believe that Bennett should serve time for her pregnancy in order to allow them to be together and raise their child after they are both released. She attempts to force Caputo to make a statement on video stating that Bayley murdered Poussey, but he refuses to and she finished the statement herself.
When Nicky returns from max, Alex declines a proposition for sex with her but ends up smoking crack with her and Piper in the garden.
She also comes face to face with her former friend, Tamika, who is now a CO at max, and the two clash over being on opposite sides of the bars. It is implied that Healy lied about himself to her on the Internet, and she is only staying with him because she has two years left until she gets her green card.
Alex becomes suspicious when Lolly Whitehall, a new inmate originally seen in Chicago, comes to the prison and she assumes that Kubra sent Lolly to kill her. In the sixth season, Taystee is being held in max and is abused by the guards who suspect her of killing Piscatella.
Alex specifically named Piper during her testimony, which is what led to Piper's later arrest. Through flashbacks, it is shown she has a warped view of sex due to her upbringing, having prostituted herself for six-packs of soda, and that she was repeatedly raped in the past to the point she no longer fights back.
Suzanne is unaware of why exactly people call her "Crazy Eyes," but it is shown that she is hurt by the nickname. However, due to having gone several days without her medication, Suzanne is unable to concentrate, or to keep her story straight, and begins hallucinating.
When she began electroconvulsive therapyher erratic behavior subsided. During the second season, it emerges that she gets stage fright, and on the night of Piper's altercation with Tiffany, had come outside in the midst of a panic attackand mistaking Piper for her adoptive mother, punched her in the face, inadvertently making it look like a more even fight, saving Piper from severe punishment.
When Frieda reveals her secret bunker in the prison, she joins her down there, but ends up leaving after she receives text messages about her son being in the hospital.
After finally reaching out to, and getting a visit from the rest of her family, Red is elated, but on the way to the visitation room, she sees Frieda, and violently attacks her, being sent to SHU, where she believes that Carol is more interested in defeating Barb than killing Frieda, and vows revenge against her herself.
With ten years added to her sentence, Red becomes obsessed with getting revenge on Frieda, and ingratiates herself with Carol Denning, the boss of C Block, becoming a trusted member of her team, knowing that she bears a vendetta against Frieda herself.
At home, Healy is in a troubled and seemingly-loveless marriage with a Ukrainian mail-order bridewho speaks little English, and her mother.
Carol also gets her stylists to help fix Red's hair, which is dyed blonde. Harney Sam Healy played by Michael J. Later, she was able to get her swastika altered into a window, with the help of Red, Norma, and Alex, and she apologizes to Alex for not believing her during the branding.
At the end of the third season, Piper discovers that Stella stole her money from her panty business to use as a financial cushion on the outside due to her pending release. At first, she pays the women wearing the panties with ramen noodle seasoning packets but is forced to give them money after Flaca threatens to cause a strike.
Red is feared and respected by most of the prisoners, and has a lot of influence with Healy. Kasey declined to do so, but an embittered Maureen volunteers to fight Suzanne instead. Red eventually discovers that Piper lied about the business's prosperity and berates her for attempting to cover it up.
It is not clear if she was convicted for her business, the killing, or both. Larry is initially vocally supportive of Piper, and proposes marriage to her before she goes inside.
She shows Red the brand while crying on her bed and later shows Nicky and Alex while smoking crack cocaine in the garden. In the third season, she becomes depressed and lonely after being relieved of her duties as the van driver.
He also provides moral support to Taystee by encouraging her to take the stand in her defense. Alex ends up convincing Lolly that she is an undercover agent with the CIA in order to keep her from reporting their confrontation.
His hatred of lesbians, first presented as a quirk, is later revealed to be a deep-seated pathological problem when he explosively sends Piper to solitary confinement purely because she was dancing closely with Alex. In the third season, Piper admits to Alex that she was the one that alerted her probation officer that she violated her parole, causing her to be sent back to prison.
Alex starts spreading notes around the prison identifying Aydin; after Piper discovers her planting a note in the garden, she tells Alex to gather the notes so she is not implicated.Current squad status: Still very much in.
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