I have a one-sided love affair with languages, in that I believe that I can better understand the world metaphorically if I could only understand it more literally. I studied French and Spanish in school, and have over the years attempted to teach myself Hindi, Russian, Dutch, German and Danish, with varying degrees of success, usually using some combination of free resources including grammar books from the library, podcasts, polyglot forums, apps (Duolingo I love you so much Duolingo), the "foreign movies" section on Netflix, whatever. Yet every time I start to feel comfortable with a language and try to communicate in it or turn the subtitles, I am immediately reminded that, haha, no, I don't actually know anything about anything, also I can't barely even do English good, who am I fooling. READ MORE
1. Backstories for Flaca and Maritza already.
2. A new inmate comes to Litchfield and she is quiet and mysterious about her past and at first nobody likes her but then they find out she is there because she killed Larry and the other inmates make her their queen, even the ones who didn't know Larry.
3. That's it, really.
4. Well, 800% more Poussey, but that one's obvious.
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