So bring down a mate, sister, brother, mother and even your gran to enjoy the same quality meals for half the price! with a hard-won authority, but there is one detail that seems particularly crucial.“We did not have sex in prison,” the 51-year-old ex-felon says of her relationship with Piper Kerman, on whose book the show is based. Though much of the show’s appeal lies in its brilliant ensemble cast, helmed by celebrated show-runner Jenji Kohan of fame, the relationship between Vause (called Nora in the book) and Piper Chapman provides a lot of its addictive propulsion.
“Not even a little bit.”Wolters is the real-life inspiration for the character Alex Vause on the soon-to-return women’s prison series, a fictionalized version of the liberal arts-to-lockdown memoir of the same name by Kerman, Wolters’s ex . On the show, Vause and Kerman’s alter-ego, Chapman, are surprised to be re-united in prison years after the globe-spanning, drug- and money-trafficking romance that landed them both behind bars.
was a near-instant smash when it debuted last summer, and eventually became Netflix’s most popular original program.
“You’d have sex anywhere you could: the tennis court, the outdoor squash court, or the rake pile.
The orange plant originated in Southeast Asia and spread gradually to other parts of the world.
On the whole, Wolters says that the true story would be “so wretched and stinky, it would quite possibly result in a collapsed universe.