"Orange Is the New Black" returns to Netflix in just over a month, but the Season 3 DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD release is just around the corner.

To celebrate, Zap2it has an exclusive sneak peek at one of the bonus features where Natasha Lyonne talks about her character Nicky Nichols and how crazy Nick is ... and has the potential to be.

Lyonne says that sometimes she reads the scripts and her dialogue "seems very intimidating," but when she goes to say it out loud, "something magical happens."

"It's like [the writers] know the character so well and they know so well how I speak, it's almost like they know her better than I myself do," says Lyonne. "Just as soon as I say it out loud it starts to click and perfectly make sense."

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She adds, "You're not so much wondering, 'Did I do it right?', you're wondering, 'Can I go even crazier and get away with it?'"

The clip ends with Caputo (Nick Sandow) sending Nicky "down the hill" to maximum security. Viewers don't yet know if Nicky will be seen back at Litchfield in Season 4, but Lyonne previously told Zap2it that she feels confident Nicky's fate will be revealed at some point.

"Whether that’s in Season 4 or Season 7 or Season 12, I would be curious personally what the ramifications would be of a character that’s so mouthy having to spend time in [maximum security], how that would affect somebody?” says Lyonne. “I think it’s very interesting to hand a character a serious consequence and then see how it ends up impacting them.”

She also quipped that having to stay quiet about Nicky's fate has her "feeling solidarity with the cast of 'Game of Thrones.'"

"Orange Is the New Black" Season 3 drops Tuesday, May 17 and Season 4 premieres on Netflix Friday, June 17.

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