Junior Pierce was an African American inmate featured in Oz, Portrayed by Malé "Baby" Alexander.


Pierce is seen concerned about Adebisi taking away their profits. has Pierce dispose of the evidence by cleaning the knife. The shock of Jara's death causes Adebisi to lose his mind so he is sent to the psych ward.

The Wangler and the Homeboys now run the drug trade with the Italians with Adebisi being out of the loop. Poet also comes back to Oz, so the three of them provide leadership of the Homeboys. In the meantime, Adebisi offers to be his business partner and pledges that he will take down Wangler, Poet, and Pierce to take their spot in the drug trade.

Adebisi then gets assistance from the Latinos led by Raoul "El Cid" Hernandez to take down Poet and Pierce while Wangler is gone. Adebisi then burns the two of them with hot soup and gets them sent to the hospital for the duration of the season.

The White inmates, led by Schillinger and James Robson, respond with "Shut The Fuck Up" as Oz is locked down approaching the millennium. As Oz is locked down, Clayton Hughes, a sympathetic black guard, gives Adebisi a gun as a going away present.

The lockdown ends and Wangler, Poet, and Pierce for the time being are going with a plan set forth by Adebisi. Because Adebisi intends to make Em City all Black , they are agreeing with him temporarily as they want to live in an all-black cell block. Adebisi proves his sincerity getting the three of them transferred back into Emerald City against the wishes of Tim McManus.