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Observations on Orange Is the New Black

August 13, 2013
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Parade-online-logo-w-boxForget Elvis for a moment, because Netflix and writer/producer Jenji Kohan have made a new kind of jailhouse rock without a sexy singer swiveling his hips. As the success of Orange Is the New Black soars, it has become increasingly clear that America loves its television behind bars. From Sheriff Andy Taylor’s digs (Who didn’t love Otis?) to the set of Prison Break, we’re fascinated by the bad behaving badly. This also explains reality shows. Actually, if the incarcerated characters of a reality show ever landed in the same cell block, I’m sure someone would suggest a spin-off. In the meantime, spend your time catching great quality writing, editing and acting on Orange Is the New Black.  Read more about my Orange Is The New Black psycho-analysis (note: this is not a psychological term) here.

Dr. Nancy Berk

Nancy Berk, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, entertainment and fan base strategist, multimedia content creator, and President of Nancy Berk Media LLC. An online entertainment columnist for PARADE magazine and host of the celebrity podcast Whine At 9—featuring conversations with over 300 celebrities and show business insiders, Nancy has chatted and laughed with Oscar, Emmy, and Grammy winners, and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers. A celebrity favorite, she is known for her skilled and sensitive interviewing and ability to incorporate subtle humor in her conversations, shows, and stories. Nancy’s self-help humor book College Bound and Gagged: How to Help Your Kid Get into a Great College without Losing Your Savings, Your Relationship, or Your Mind can be seen in the feature film Admission starring Tina Fey and Paul Rudd.

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3 Responses to Observations on Orange Is the New Black

  1. Kathy Minicozzi
    August 14, 2013 at 10:00 pm

    I hope I never land in jail. I don’t look good in orange.

  2. August 14, 2013 at 6:21 pm

    My wife and I have watched 8 or 9 episodes now and are addicted. Amazing funny, considering the context! But it has strengthened our plans to not visit prison as an inmate!

  3. lbwoodgate
    August 13, 2013 at 4:46 pm

    Just started viewing this and do find it very entertaining and a little unnerving.



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