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This article displays a timeline for all (mentioned) events and happenings of Orange is the New Black. The series is set in 2013 (Season One) and 2014 (Season Two to Season Four).

This article is still in construction. Please feel free to add information and references as well as references to the episodes the event is featured or mentioned in.

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February 1984 Edit

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1995 Edit

  • Sam Healy goes on a date with one of his clients, and afterwards runs into Ellen Murphy, a homeless woman whom he initially thinks is his mother, Margaret.

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2003 Edit

  • Piper Chapman and Alex Vause get to know each other and start a relationship.
  • Piper later gets involved in Kubra Balik's drug business.
  • Alex's mother, Diane Vause, dies from an aneurysm. The same day, Piper breaks up with Alex.
  • Monica Hayes is born.

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2005 Edit

September Edit

  • Hurricane Katrina[5]; Brook Soso meets Joshua Nicholson, a man who is listed as a sexual offender, and suspected to be a paedophile (although this is untrue).

2008 Edit

September Edit

  • Suzanne Warren is Employee of the Month. Grace and Brad go to Chesapeake Bay and, as a result, Suzanne unwittingly kidnaps and causes the death of Dylan.

November Edit

  • Poussey Washington and her friends Ali and Mikey are in New York to see the band The Roots. Poussey eventually gets lost and travels around New York until finally returning home.

2009 Edit

  • Lolly Whitehill is arrested for assaulting an officer.
  • Nicky Nichols undergoes heart surgery, crashes a New York taxi UI and is arrested for trespassing and possession of heroin.

2010 Edit

2011 Edit

  • Poussey gets incarcerated at Litchfield for Trespassing and Dealing Marijuana.

2011-2012 Edit

  • Poussey's mother passes away. Due to a failed furlough application, Poussey isn't able to say goodbye in person.[7]
  • Blanca Flores is incarcerated. ("Power Suit")

2013 Edit

  • Morello incarcerated.[8][9]
  • June 7 - Piper's 31st birthday.
  • Larry proposes to Piper.
  • Maria Ruiz incarcerated during pregnancy.

Events of Season One Edit

SeptemberEdit

  • Wednesday (September 5, 12, 19 or 26) - Piper Chapman, Janae Watson and Dayanara Diaz are incarcerated.[10]

OctoberEdit

  • Chapman, Maria Ruiz, Jefferson and Chang are nominated WACs.[11]

NovemberEdit

  • Larry publishes his article in the New York Times.[12]
  • Finn Harper is born.[13]
  • Pepa Ruiz is born.[14]
  • November 28 - Chapman is sent to the SHU. Taystee Jefferson is released on parole. Thanksgiving celebrations at Litchfield.[15]

DecemberEdit

2014 Edit

Events of Season Two Edit

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April Edit

Events of Season Three Edit

May Edit

  • May 10 - Alex arrives back at Litchfield after a probation violation. A new counselor, Berdie Rogers, is hired at Litchfield ("Mother's Day").
  • May 11 - Litchfield hosts a visiting day for the inmates' families for Mother's Day.
  • CO John Bennett absconds from his job and disappears.
  • Nicholls is sent to Max, where she spends 94 days.[24]

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Events of Season Four Edit

August Edit

September Edit

  • Poussey Washington is killed.[26]

Events of Season Five Edit

September Edit

  • Dayanara Diaz holds COs Thomas Humphrey and Artesian McCullough at gunpoint.
  • A riot begins in Litchfield after the shot fired by Dayanara. The event lasts three and a day and three nights, with the COs of the prison taken hostage, while the inmates negotiate their demands with Natalie Figueroa. (Season Five)
  • Thomas Humphrey dies on the second day of the riot after suffering a stroke, caused by Maureen Kukudio while they were being treated at the infirmary.
  • Maria Ruiz releases all the hostages on the third day of the riot in exchange for seeing her daughter. All Litchfield inmates are captured by SWAT during the prison invasion. 10 inmates remain hidden in the prison pool.

Future EventsEdit

December Edit

  • Chapman originally due to be released from prison, although she has more time as the result of perjuring herself in the trial of Kubra Balik.

2015Edit

September

  • Nicholls due to be released from prison

2016 Edit

  • Morello due to be released.[27]

References Edit

  1. Playing "Jeopardy!" in "Sing it, White Effie"
  2. While playing "Jeoprady!" in "Sing it White Effie"
  3. It's mentioned that Daya is 24 in episode 8 of Season Five.
  4. In "(Don't) Say Anything" Poussey says, "Subverting expecations since 1990", while playing basketball.
  5. In one of Soso's flashback's, there is a news report about Hurricane Katrina on TV, which also indicated the date of this flashback's events (Don't Say Anything).
  6. 6.0 6.1 Abraham, Phil (6 June 2014). "A Whole Other Hole". Orange Is the New Black. Season 2. Episode 4. Netflix.
  7. In Season One, which is set in 2013, Poussey mentions that her mother passed away while she's been at Litchfield for about 12 months ("Fool Me Once").
  8. Trim, Michael (11 July 2013). "I Wasn't Ready". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 1. Netflix.
  9. Abraham, Phil (6 June 2014). "A Whole Other Hole". Orange Is the New Black. Season 2. Episode 4. Netflix.
  10. Trim, Michael (11 July 2013). "I Wasn't Ready". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 1. Netflix.
  11. Penn, Matthew; Trim, Michael (11 July 2013). "WAC Pack". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 6. Netflix.
  12. Abraham, Phil (11 July 2013). "Moscow Mule". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 8. Netflix.
  13. Abraham, Phil (11 July 2013). "Moscow Mule". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 8. Netflix.
  14. Abraham, Phil (11 July 2013). "Moscow Mule". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 8. Netflix.
  15. Trimm, Michael (11 July 2013). "Fucksgiving". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 9. Netflix.
  16. McCarthy, Andrew (11 July 2013). "Bora Bora Bora". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 10. Netflix.
  17. McCarthy, Andrew (11 July 2013). "Fool Me Once". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 12. Netflix.
  18. McCarthy, Andrew (11 July 2013). "Can't Fix Crazy". Orange Is the New Black. Season 1. Episode 13. Netflix.
  19. Foster, Jodie (6 June 2014). "Thirsty Bird". Orange Is the New Black. Season 2. Episode 1. Netflix.
  20. Trim, Michael (6 June 2014). "Looks Blue, Tastes Red". Orange Is the New Black. Season 2. Episode 2. Netflix.
  21. Trim, Michael (6 June 2014). "Hugs Can Be Deceiving". Orange Is the New Black. Season 2. Episode 3. Netflix.
  22. Clarkson, SJ (6 June 2014). "40 Oz. of Furlough". Orange Is the New Black. Season 2. Episode 9. Netflix.
  23. Getzinger, Jennifer (6 June 2014). "Little Mustachioed Shit". Orange Is the New Black. Season 2. Episode 10. Netflix.
  24. Abraham, Phil (17 June 2016). "Friends in Low Places". Orange Is the New Black. Season 4. Episode 8. Netflix.
  25. Burley, Mark A. (17 June 2016). "It Sounded Nicer in My Head". Orange Is the New Black. Season 4. Episode 7. Netflix.
  26. Weiner, Matthew (17 June 2016). "The Animals". Orange Is the New Black. Season 4. Episode 12. Netflix.
  27. Abraham, Phil (6 June 2014). "A Whole Other Hole". Orange Is the New Black. Season 2. Episode 4. Netflix.

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