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She is a very loyal friend, and does not let anyone take advantage of her. She makes sure her friends are making good decisions (i.e. when Nicky, a former addict, is given drugs, Gina follows her closely until Nicky gives them to Red). She can be touchy and easily angered, like when she told off Aleida Diaz for not knowing her name and bossing her around.
Murphy is short and thin with short, mousy-brown hair.
After Season One, she has a severe burn scar across her neck and shoulder.
Before Litchfield Edit
It is revealed that Gina's offense is embezzlement, but she claims she only "stole money". She adds that she "had nothing to do with the guy who killed himself" ("Imaginary Enemies").
Gina speaks about her past to Red, explaining her work for her drama workshop held by Berdie Rogers. Gina speaks about her mother being manipulative and disloyal.
Gina is one of Red's prison daughters and trusted lackeys, withholding food from Piper at Red's command after giving her the infamous tampon sandwich from Red. She is shown to be a focused worker, moving away from Piper to knit/crochet undisturbed. When Red asks Murphy and Norma to sabotage Gloria's kitchen, Murphy implores to Red that they are on the outs with Gloria as it is. Murphy and Norma are reprimanded for sneaking about the kitchen by Gloria. When Red takes sabotaging the kitchen in her own hands, Murphy ends up badly burned by the extra grease in a hot oven.
She is one of the inmates who asks Piper to look over her appeal ("Imaginary Enemies").
Murphy ignores Red's attempts to win her friendship back after the burning accident. After realizing she never apologized to her friends, Red invites everyone to a dinner in the greenhouse to make peace. Murphy accepts Red's apology, and their group reforms.
Murphy is originally shown to be Wiccan, and she serves as a leader of that religious group ("Mother's Day"). However, she is shown to be one of the inmates involved in the cult centered on Norma. Murphy is sometimes skeptical due to Red challenging Murphy's faith, but she still kept going back to the cult.
- Norma Romano - One of Red's main girls, best friend.
- Nicky Nichols - Red's "daughter".
- Galina "Red" Reznikov - One of Red's main girls, Gina stopped this role after being severely burnt by oil Red left.
- Lorna Muccio - Shown to be close through Red.
- Piper Chapman - Originally disliked Piper on Red's orders, and served her a bloody tampon. After the Piper/Red feud ended, Piper and Gina became friends.
- Weeping Woman - Member of Norma's Cult.
- Jeanie Babson - Member of Norma's Cult.
- Carrie "Big Boo" Black (formerly) - Member of Red's family until Big Boo is revealed to be mole.
- Yoga Jones
- Sister Ingalls
- Frieda Berlin - She is part of Red's Family
- Alex Vause - She is part of Red's Family
- Anita DeMarco - She is part of Red's Family
- Gloria Mendoza
- Joel Luschek - Shown to always be rude to Gina, and not care after possibly being infected with Tetanus.
- "Great, we'll challenge them to a sudoku contest."
- — Gina Murphy
- "But then she gave me that look that makes my ass leak."
- — Gina Murphy
- "There's what, 250 women in here? Is it that hard to know my name?"
- — Gina Murphy
|Suburbs||Piper Chapman • Alex Vause • Galina Reznikov • Lorna Morello • Nicky Nichols • Tiffany Doggett • Mei Chang • Brook Soso • Angie Rice • Norma Romano • Carrie Black • Gina Murphy • Anita DeMarco • Jane Ingalls • Maureen Kukudio • Leanne Taylor • Judy King • Erica Jones • Frieda Berlin • Helen Van Maele • Kasey Sankey • Stephanie Hapakuka • Alana Dwight • Jennifer Digori • Brandy Epps • Loretta Fisher • Rhea Boyle • Shelly Ginsberg|
|Ghetto||Suzanne Warren • Tasha Jefferson • Sophia Burset • Cindy Hayes • Janae Watson • Alison Abdullah • Irma Lerman • Reema Pell|
|Spanish Harlem||Dayanara Diaz • Maria Ruiz • Blanca Flores • Marisol Gonzales • Gloria Mendoza • Carmen Aziza • Gerrman • Ramona Contrares • Cabrera • Michelle Carreras • Maritza Ramos|