Prisoner: Cell Block H

Season 4 Episode 14

Episode 260

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Aired Unknown Mar 24, 1982 on Network Ten
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Episode 260
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Competition intensifies between Meg and Colleen Powell. A 16-year-old is inducted into Wentworth, where she is bewildered by her new surroundings. A murder is being plotted.

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  • Marie thinks its time for Sandy to go...

    9.0
    The main story has Marie planning to kill Sandy for standing in her way. Marie is a great character, unwilling to let anyone interfer in her plans whether it be Bea, Sandy, Kate and anyone else. Kate is not happy to be implicated in murder but Marie forces her to obey her directions and make Sandy sick - so Marie and her thugs can kill her. The final scene in the toilets where Marie is trying to hang Sandy is a great ending to the episode. The other plot has Meg fighting against many emotions to achieve a good end for everyone. Whether its being happy at being promoted, or being disappointed to give it up, or telling Ian she's not interested in having sex with him, or helping Judy out with the police or struggling with Bob about not wanting to leave the prison. However, the final scene where Bob leaves without telling Meg is a bit unbelievable...

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  • BOb leaves Meg.

    8.0
    Young Susie Driscoll is detained at Wentworth as no authorities could control her, some of the officers are shocked at the fact that she is 16. Susie instantly plans her escape from the prison. Meg tells Bob that her career is equally as important as his, and she is promoted to Deputy Governor, which spells the end of her marriage to Bob when he leaves without her. Judy confesses everything to Lori after a minor breakdown with Wally, and Marie attempts to murder Sandy and make it look like suicide after everything that she has been through recently, no one would be surprised.moreless
Glenda Linscott

Glenda Linscott

Rita "The Beater" Connors (Eps 585-692)

Sandy Gore

Sandy Gore

Kay White (Eps 127-145)

Tina Bursill

Tina Bursill

Sonia Stevens (Eps 394-447)

Peta Toppano

Peta Toppano

Karen Travers (Eps 1-80)

Olivia Hamnett

Olivia Hamnett

Kate Peterson (Eps 235-273)

Judith McGrath

Judith McGrath

Officer Colleen Powell (Eps 223-456, recurring previously)

Ginny Geraghty

Ginny Geraghty

Policewoman

Guest Star

Lesley Baker

Lesley Baker

Monica Ferguson (Eps 29-60, guest star eps 15-18)

Recurring Role

Alan Hopgood

Alan Hopgood

Wally Wallace

Recurring Role

Kevin Summers

Kevin Summers

Ben Fulbright (Eps 563-588, guest star ep 604)

Recurring Role

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    • While Sandy is ill in her cell, she says "maybe I'm pregnant," and Kate says "how would you manage that in here." In real life the actress playing Sandy was pregnant at the time, and the line is an allusion to this.

    • The last few seconds of this episode were cut when screened by ITV Yorkshire as it was felt unnecessary to the plotline to show Sandy Edwards being strung up in the toilet cubicle. The credits appeared when it bacame obvious what was to happen when Marie places her in the cubicle. YTV were not afraid of cutting out bits here and there even though this was shown well after the watershed during it's early 1992 Yorkshire transmission.

    • Jacqui Gordon joins the cast as Susie Driscoll.

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