Beyond Scared Straight: Maximum Security (Season 3 Flashback) | A&E
– Come over here. Step in. [buzzer] Bring ’em over here! Guys, why don’t you go ahead?
Go step up to the doors. Go to number 12. Why don’t you go to number nine? Open this door, man! We out there! Let me see– go to number 10. Why don’t you go to number 15? What’s up with you?
Where you from? The [bleep] you in here for?
– From the Mission. Two armed robberies.
– Yeah? – Yeah.
– Oh, all right. You’ll be in here soon. You’ll be in here.
– All right. Then I’m taking you right
the [bleep] up out of here! – All right.
– All right. Yo. I’m saying wear a sack! Dumb bitch. Where ou from? I’m tough for myself. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I am talking. Talk, [bleep]. – I am talking.
– All right. All right.
– I am talking. Come over here.
Let me show you something. Let me show you something.
Let me show you something. Yo– Let me show you
what’s going on. I just want you– I want you to realize–
– [bleep]. I’m not scared of none
of these [bleep] in here. Listen to me– I understand where
you’re coming from. We care. We’re just trying to show
you where your life is going. All the [bleep] that’s going
on around here, it’s reality. This is real. This is life in jail. It sucks. I’m taking you to five. Come with me. – You going to 55 unit?
– No. Right down here, to cell five. The [bleep] you doing here? Yo, they told me to come over. Told you to come over here?
Yeah? Oh, so you do what
they tell you to do? So you’re their bitch? Yo, that’s what
you do every day. You do what they tell
you to do every day. You’re their bitch. Y’all are funny.
– Funny? I’m here for 17
assault convictions. You’re not [bleep] tough.
You’re a bitch ass. – Oh?
– You ain’t [bleep]. I’m going upstate. I’m looking at 10. So open the door! I’ll get another
three years for you. I don’t give a [bleep]. Three years, I’ll smash
your face in that wall. Do it, yo. You act hard because
you’re in here, dog. You’re stupid for being in here. No, no, you’re acting hard
because you’re on the other side of this [bleep]. You’re going home
today, but you’re going to be here next year. I am going home today. I ain’t coming back here. I’m going to see you. You’re going to be
an [bleep] punk. I’ll remember you. Remember those sneakers. I’ll bring them with me. Next year, those
sneakers are gonna be mine. I’ll wear ’em. – Make sure you wear ’em.
– All right. I got you. Ugly little bastard. Go sit down. Get the [bleep] away from
that door, you bitch. – Yeah, we know.
– Go sit down. Y’all are funny. You’re young, he’s young. He needs to realize he
doesn’t need to be here. 15. Yeah? Yeah. Nowhere. They ain’t here. Nobody. Know what I’m saying? Bring him over here. Guys, I want you to see this. That’s your visit. Your mother coming
from the other side. That’s your visit.
Your sister, your brother. Your supposed to be friends. In this unit, the
nurse comes to you, the caseworker comes to you– everything comes to you. You don’t leave this
unit here for anything. The oppressor here comes to you. Once you come in here, you’re
here for a good three months. Not going anywhere, guys. These are the showers. Come over here. One person, and one person
only in these showers. Are people going to try
to advantage of you? Absolutely. If we have one than one
person, this thing should be coming off, all right? Only one person
should be in there. That’s the life you guys want?
This is it. This is life in jail. These are the people
you’re gonna deal with. [shouting] Come on down, guys.
Come on down. What did I tell you? Coming up in here and smiling
up in their face like that is disrespectful.
– I ain’t being disrespectful. You know, and I
know if they were– They’ve been disrespectful
without me saying something. It’s a different
story, because they’re behind these doors. They will be in forever. So while you’re over there
smirking and doing that, remember that. What’s so funny? – I ain’t laughing.
– What did I tell you? – Let’s go!
– I ain’t say nothing. I hope you don’t
think this is a game. All right.
Like– I really hope you
don’t think it’s a game. – Why you pushing me for?
– You need to chill. You need to stop. All right. Step right up against
the wall over here. You with that attitude, and
everything else, all right? There’s no need to
disrespect anybody in here. I don’t care how tough you
think you are out there– I’m a gang banger, I’m a– I don’t care about
the gang banging. But I’m going to
tell you one thing– if you ever end up in jail,
be careful what you say, and what you do. With that stupid attitude
that you have in there, it’s definitely
going to hurt you. Straighten your mind out.