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|“||You know what I gotta do. She disrespected me. Now, I'm gonna have to kill her.||„|
Tiffany "Pennsatucky" Doggett is a character in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black. She was the main antagonist of Season 1. Doggett, who exhibits psychopathic tendencies, became a devout Christian following her arrest and believes Jesus Christ is speaking through her - giving her the ability to perform miracles. She is a guest star for Season One and a series regular in Season Two.
She is portrayed by Taryn Manning.
Doggett is depicted as a sexually irresponsible drug addict. She claims her reasoning for her fifth abortion was due to her cousin being arrested for having a baby while continuing drug use. Before she went to the abortion clinic, she was together with a man who had, apparently, gotten her pregnant. He is not the same companion seen at the abortion clinic when Doggett goes to get her fifth abortion.
When a nurse makes a snide comment, about all her abortions. Doggett gets a gun from her car and shoots the nurse in the middle of the day with many witnesses. A coalition of pro-life supporters hail Doggett as a hero, and fund a high-profile Christian lawyer to defend her in court. She did not appear to be religious whatsoever prior to her meeting the Christian lawyer, who later helps her with her doubts when she begins to turn away from the Christian faith.
In prison, she has devoted herself to God, spending most of her time trying to preach His word and convert others to His ways. In some episodes, she even heals the pains of other inmates such as Watson's knee (this was actually part of a joke/revenge by Alex which eventually ended up convincing Doggett that she could really heal people, and during a 'Scared Straight' visit she assaulted a disabled girl in a wheelchair in the bathroom with the belief she could heal her). Tiffany primarily works in the prison's laundry room.