Val calls the police to report online abuse, and signs off Skype.
Blaire is sent a link to a screenshot of a past message in which Val told Laura to kill herself.
“We want to make it easier for as many rape and sexual assault survivors as possible to find the help they need when they use Google Search,” said Laura Wittig, Program Manager for User Advocacy at Google.
After several months of collaboration and development with Google, the National Sexual Assault Hotline information will now appear across all platforms: in mobile, tablet, and desktop, in browsers and in the Google app.
"Alex really needs Piper and needs that relationship to kind of humanize her again," says Prepon about Alex's headspace.
"You can’t really guess what happens." She's right.Currently, half of all visitors to RAINN’s website use mobile devices to access information and help.“For many, turning to Google is the first step in looking for information and resources,” explained Jodi Omear, RAINN’s vice president for communications.In a premiere twist on the Jenji Kohan-created series — and one of the many reasons fans will find season four as shocking and addictive as ever — Lolly (Lori Petty) ends up saving Alex's life by attacking the hitman, but when Alex returns to the greenhouse later that night, she finds him on his last breath and has to kill him with her bare hands.Later, Frieda (Dale Soules) offers her assistance and the three dismember and bury the body in the garden.