Hamilton/Niagara

Pink Is in

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Pink Is in

Year: 2020
Producer: Lisa Crawford
Genre: Entertainment

A hilarious look at a dysfunctional women's prison administration and the unhinged inmates in their care. Chatsworth Hamilton - It's a fun hang!


To watch Pink Is In:

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Episodes

Episode 1

Warden Morgan Dungworth gets word she has to start cutting corners. New inmate and wealthy socialite, Antoinette DeWilde, becomes a ‘cake stand’. Why does inmate 2373336 get anything she demands from Warden Dungworth?

Episode 2

Top Dog stays in control by issuing freshly minted ‘Top Dog’ dollars. Prisoner Ol’ Granny BJ, a former 70’s matinee idol, knows all the juiciest gossip and she loves to share! The third escape of the year has Chatsworth Hamilton in lockdown.

Episode 3

Chatsworth escapees, Twister and Dr. Love, make their way to Niagara, intent on digging up a valuable box. The inmates place wagers on a cage match featuring dolls. CEO Pip Barnett smuggles inmate Hottie out of Chatsworth to party in Hess Village.

Episode 4

Warden Dungworth’s fundraiser, ‘selfie with a con’, is a dismal failure. Top Dog tries to shake down Princess, but discovers she has met an adversary. Morgan Dungworth’s date night becomes a bad babysitting job.

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