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"Imaginary Enemies" is the fourth episode of the first season of Orange Is the New Black. It is the fourth episode of the series overall. It premiered on July 11, 2013. It was written by Gary Lennon and directed by Michael Trim.
Piper gets to know her stern new roommate; the prisoners prepare a farewell party for one of their own; a misplaced screwdriver has dire consequences.
Chapman adjusts to living with Claudette and working in the electrical shop. She starts to make friends with Nichols . After Chapman loses a screwdriver, the prison staff searches high and low to find it before it's used as a weapon. Mendez molests Chapman during the search. When Chapman returns to her cube with the screwdriver, it places more strain on her relationship with Claudette. After the search ends, Chapman and Claudette make peace. Chapman agrees to review appeal letters from different inmates. Miller schemes to prevent her girlfriend 's release until Claudette changes her mind. After Claudette receives a letter from her friend Baptiste , she agrees to have her case reopened.
Note: Flashbacks are arranged in chronological order, not the order in which they occur on the show.
Flashbacks depict Claudette's career running a housekeeping company and that she murdered a man who abused one of her employees.
- "Hope is a dangerous thing."
- — Miss Claudette
- Sanford/Jay/Doherty - Everybody Loves Dayanara (OST) (Daya and Bennett’s song)
- Edvard Grieg - Op.46, In The Hall Of Mountain King (Mendez sings it during the bunk inspection)
- Dennis Coffey - Live Wire (Mercy’s party)
- Shawn Lee & Princess Superstar (Concetta Kirschner) - Love Like This (Mercy’s party music, heard in the background when Bennett gives *Ms. Claudette her mail)
- Franz Schubert - String Quartet in A Minor IV, op 29: Allegro moderato (Ms. Claudette’s flashback)
- Saviours - We Roam (Luscheck in his truck before returning the screwdriver)
- Sanford/Jay/Doherty - Fly On Little Wing (OST) (Credits)