When you go on a prison tour, you get the talking-to of your life. Check out Season 9's most memorable sound bites in this web exclusive.
01:13 — In this Scene, A teen who is big for his age encounters an inmate bigger than him who could eat him up.
02:04 — Though it is the land of cowboys and cattle, Oklahoma County has an epidemic of gang activity.
01:06 — In this scene from the episode, Hampton Roads, VA, Teen is exposed to the realities of jail and she breaks down.
01:56 — Teens experience a jail visitation with their parents through closed-circuit television.
01:52 — When a violent inmate loses control, a tactical response team uses a Taser to subdue him
02:02 — An inmate paints a vivid portrait of a child who eventually became a lifer.
02:06 — In St. Clair, IL, at-risk teens quickly learn that honesty is the only policy when they are subjected to a grueling lie detector examination.
02:06 — Inmates confess regret, anger and sorrow to teens who play the role of an inmates family member or friend.
02:09 — In a Boston female jail, the contents of an inmate property bag cause one troubled teen to lash out against deputies and prisoners.
02:14 — Correctional officers give an in-depth look at the Security Housing United the prison within the prison for the most unmanageable inmates.
01:37 — Teens are forced to eat an unappetizing inmate lunch, with inmates as dining partners.
00:59 — Male teens are antagonized by guards and inmates to make them understand what prison is really like.
01:52 — After a surprise wake up call for a teen, officers reveal why they take part in intervention programs on their day off.
01:48 — As troubled teens learn about family visitation in jail, inmates discuss the loneliness one feels when your family no longer comes to call.
01:27 — A prison guard talks sense to troubled teens stressing that they should choose the right path.
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- Premiered: January 13, 2011
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Observing programs for troubled teens in which inmates reveal the realities of prison life in the hope of deterring them from a life of crime. (more)