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This is the last episode that we see evil Natalie Buxton alive, but this isn't the last we see of her she's in episode 7. But Danielle Brent also guests in the Christmas special.
In this episode we find out that Julie S never told David that she had been fighting Breast Cancer. It was Julie J who finally told him the truth.
After Sylvia Hollamby tells Selena the news she heard from Natalie Buxton, Selena makes herself a cup of tea. The writing on the cup says "Jennifer". This is an inside joke, as Selena's on-screen partner, Kris, is played by Jennifer Ness.
Denise Welsh was originally going to play the character of Frances Myers, but withdrew due to sickness. She later starred alongside Eva Pope in another Shed Production "Waterloo Road".
Goof: Shell's return to Larkhall bypassed all the usual court and extradition procedures. There's no way she could have been given back to British authorities by a diplomat and in his car!
This episode sees Shell reclaiming weapons hidden under her fake wig - as the officers knew Shell in the past, would they really not have noticed the change in hairstyle and even if they thought it was authentic, would they not have then realised that she'd lost her wig after returning to G-Wing?
Hollamby's tea mug has on it a picture of Prince Charles and Pincess Diana.
Neil: How are them pie charts coming along?
Sylvia: All in hand sir, soon have them cooked up!
When Cassie and Roisin are shown to thier cell they are told that they are lucky to be sharing, as co-defendents, yet other co-defendents have been put in cells together, such as the two Julies, Phyl and Bev (in series 5), Maxi and Tina (then Maxi and Al). Is there a reason for this or is it a lack of continuity.
Regarding the writing on the wall. If you actually watch the scene back you will notice that when the two julies wrote it on the wall the camera was in front of them as they came through the gate making the wall on the right, but when the officers saw it the camera was behind them standing in front of the gate, therefore the angle of the wall would have changed making the writing to be on the left.
if the person has been dead for more than 3-5 minutes, it is likely they would have massive brain damage. if dead for longer than 8 minutes and your legally dead/brain-dead
If someone was found apparently drowned in the bath, would she really be left underwater or might someone pull the plug and might an ex-nurse such as Karen Betts is attempt some sort of resuscitation?
During this episode, a group of inmates start group therapy, which can form an important part of prison life, as it's as much about rehabilitation as punishment.
Amongs others, two new prisoners arrive to the prison: Tessa Spall and Barbara Hunt.
Hollamby can't help but be shocked by the sight of Nikki and Julie S both without tops. She is shocked and acts all disgusted, but you can't help but notice the way her eyes linger over Nikki's busom - which proved quite amusing considering Hollamby's character!
A poster in one wall in the prison reads: "You may lock me up, you may throw away the key, but you can never take away the greatest freedom of all - my imagination." However, the word imagination has been crossed out and replace by the word "valium".
Denny says she has never had a visitor, showing the lonely lives the women can lead in prison.
There are some new arrivals at Larkhall, one of them is Jessie Devlin.
Goof: When Shell drops the two tea jugs onto Rachel, they fly out of her hands and the tea goes everywhere. But then the camera cuts to a different angle and the jugs are back in her hands with half the tea in them.
Julie Johnston and Julie Saunders are called "the two Julies" by P.O. Jim Fenner. They were partners in crime before been arrested and imprisoned.