It would seriously stink to be stuck in prison! For most people, prison is a distant planet and one of the scariest places in the world. And in the series "Orange is the New Black," Piper Chapman is most people.
"Orange is the New Black" is the Netflix hit series about a woman convicted of a crime years after she committed it and the time she spends incarcerated in Litchfield prison. While the show originally followed Piper Chapman to show the effect prison has on an otherwise "normal" person, it has broadened into the lives of dozens of characters and how they landed themselves in the slammer.
So, you consider yourself a trivia wizard when it comes to "Orange is the New Black?" Well, then this is the quiz for you. Follow Chapman, Crazy-Eyes, Red, Diaz and the rest of the cast as we reveal some of the most curious questions we could muster on the women of Litchfield prison.
For example, can you name the hot-job lingerie company that was started at Litchfield? Or, why does Piper land in the SHU in season one?
These are only a sample of the questions a true "Orange is the New Black" fan can answer. So, how bad are you? Take this quiz and see how you stack up against the women of Litchfield!
Netflix started in 1998 as a DVD-by-mail service and began streaming in 2007.
Alex firmly denies naming Piper as an accomplice.
The ancient Egyptians fashioned disposable tampons from papyrus.
There are no US Federal Penitentiaries located in New York.
To calm her nerves, Suzanne likes to clean the bathrooms at night.
The global handmade/organic soap market is currently worth $65 billion USD.
Neptune was supplying contraband smuggled in the grocery boxes into the prison as a way of making extra money.
Jason voices Leonardo on the TV series “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”
Elizabeth Rodriguez, who plays Aleida, is only two years older than Dascha Polanco, who plays Dayanara.
The global drug trade generates an estimated $321.6 billion a year.
TSA-agents make an average of $37,400/year USD.
She shot the nurse because the nurse made a snide remark about Pennsatucky’s many abortions.
The most common hot tub infection is Hot tub folliculitis, which is an infection of the skin around the lower part of the hair follicles.
Much of the conflict in female prisons is about sex; it’s about jealousy or possessiveness.
Morello asks Chapman to tell her which of her two favorite dresses she should wear at her wedding.
Screwdrivers were invented in the late 15th century, either in Germany or France.
National Public Radio (NPR) first went on air in April 1971.
13-episode season is the cable standard.
It’s a waterproof tattoo put on Piper by Alex on the day she smuggles the money.
Most shivs can be anything from a glass shard with fabric wrapped around one end to form a handle, to a razor blade stuck at the end of a toothbrush.
A shaman is often referred to a person with magical healing powers.
Piper makes the cream for Red’s chronic back pain.
He’s given that nickname because his mustache is remanence of a male 1970s porn star.
Crazy Eyes starts to write her sci-fi sex story for her drama class.
His wife, Katya, is a mail-order bride.
Used panties is one of the most common types of panty fetishes, consisting primarily of women selling their used undergarments through independent websites or panty seller groups.
Gloria is played by Selenis Leyva, who can be seen in reruns of ‘Law & Order’ as Detective Mariluz Rivera.
Kosher refers to a set of specific biblical laws that list the types of food that a Jewish person may eat and the ways in which it may be prepared.
MCC stands for the Management & Correction Corporation.
Whispers work with MCC to have some of their items made at Litchfield, paying inmates $1 per hour.
Kate played the first female captain to ever helm a Star Trek vessel in “Voyager”.
A correction officer makes approximately $38,970 USD/year.
Rosa swerves off the road and hits Vee on purpose saying, “Always so rude, that one!”
Piper was convicted of felony money-laundering in 2004, serving 13 months of a 15-month sentence at FCI Danbury.
Jenji is the award-winning creator of “Weeds.”