Currently I can’t watch live TV or On Demand. I guess I need to reset my box or something. But, I can watch my DVRed shows so I guess I will do a quick 60 Days In Recap. I’m not up to saying much. This season is very disturbing and not really what I need at the moment.
We start with Chase leaving the program. He goes to do an exit interview with the sheriff. He tells the sheriff that his jail is cruel and unusual punishment. That’s the truth. Then, he talks about the lack of nutrition in the “meals.” The sheriff doesn’t listen to him at all. Why the hell did this man sign up of this if he didn’t want feedback? This sheriff annoys me. He loves to talk about himself. But, he doesn’t listen to others.
Meanwhile, Carlos takes 18 year old kid, Nick under his wing. Carlos may be going to hard too fast. He already things he is the Pod King. Carlos talks like he is out of the life. I mean he is but he is going to make people suspicious. Why is he giving all this advice when his own ass is sitting in a jail? Later, Carlos pushes Nick to go get a broken broom handle with a sharp point away from another kid.
Rose Reaches Her Breaking Point
Over in the women’s unit, Rose is happy to finally be in gen pop. Until she finds out it is not much better than isolation. There are still many mentally ill inmates there who bang on their metal beds all damn day and night. Rose is struggling to keep her own mental health in check. Chase is right. This is more like a mental institution than a jail. Rose plays spades with the girls but she cannot stand Brianna.
She’s young with a smart mouth. She announces that she is done playing cards and is going to walk upstairs before she beats the fuck out of Brianna. But, Brianna is still running her mouth. Rose starts stripping down to go beat her ass. I guess in jail, taking off your jumper is the equivalent of yanking out your earrings before a fight. Then she gets control of herself.
Trinity finds out that a family member has died of brain cancer. All the women in the pod love Trinity. Trinity finally gets out of quarantine and placed in gen pop.
He’s Got a Shank!
Why is Darius always wrapped in a blanket? Darius is on a mission to save Deshaun who just turned 18. Deshaun has never been kissed and never had a girlfriend. He has no home to go to when he gets out. His mama has abandoned him. Darius is going to try to get him a job a Golden Corral when he gets out. There is a toilet in isolation that is overflowing and the sewage is pouring down on the gen pop pod. Gross. They had to beg to get mops to try to clean it up. Darius is really missing his family.
On of the kids breaks a broom and makes a shank out of the handle. Carlos sends Nick up to take it from him. Eventually, Carlos has to go get the shank himself. But, he has another one. Nick tries to take it from him. Randomly a guard shows up and that’s where it ends.