Renner gives Bobbie a chance to prove her worth to the Fellowes Organisation. Gloria is injured and Myra is put on a charge. Drugs are getting into Wentworth again, but Myra can't prove anything.

First broadcast ... 1984 (Melbourne)
Broadcast on Channel 5 Sunday 10 January 1998 04:40
DVD release: volume 28 disc 3 (AUS)
Duration: 0:45:52

Meg ~ Elspeth Ballantyne
Judy ~ Betty Bobbitt
Joan ~ Maggie Kirkpatrick
Colleen ~ Judith McGrath
Ann ~ Gerda Nicolson
Rick ~ Andy Anderson
Reb ~ Janet Andrewartha
Sonia ~ Tina Bursill
Margo ~ Jane Clifton
Bobbie ~ Maxine Klibingaitis
Doreen ~ Colette Mann
Pixie ~ Judy McBurney
Cass ~ Babs McMillan
Phyllis ~ Reylene Pearce
Myra ~ Anne Phelan
Gloria ~ Totty Goldsmith
Kurt Renner ~ Ray Meagher
Keith Scott ~ Jonathan Sweet
Sean O'Reilly ~ Martin Phelan
Gino Menotti ~ Bill Pearson
Gayle Withers ~ Rhonda Wilson
Frances Harvey ~ Wanda Davidson

  • Written by Betty Quin & Andrew Kennedy
  • Directed by Kendal Flanagan
  • Sonia casually suggests to Renner that Bobbie could be put on the streets, and that would let the police know they are in Sydney. Pixie is concerned for Rick's private life and tries to find out of he's got a girlfriend. Meg has a message for Myra from Alan: Kay has left home. Margo wants Phyllis to take the orders for the drugs. Myra puts her case for the women's demands and says she wants more rehabilitation, including training for the women. Renner decides not to have Bobbie killed, and Sonia has to tell her she's going to work for her on the streets. Margo tells the women to give their orders for drugs to Phyllis. Meg suggests that Judy could be moved in with Myra, and is appalled to find that Gloria could be a witness against Myra. Myra is provoked by Gloria arguing about people should be allowed to "do their own thing" and follows her out of the laundry to confront her with her ingratitude for what Myra did for her. Meg catches Myra threatening to carve up Gloria's face and takes her before Ann who tells her she's planning to move Gloria to another block and makes her promise not to harm her until then. Bobbie has to have sex with the pimp who's been assigned to keep an eye on her. Margo's "sister" visits and hints about the quality of the soap and powder she's brought in as gifts. Doreen gets an invitation to Hans' wedding. Margo examines the talcum powder tin and finds the cocaine hidden in the base. Judy asks Ann to have Pixie's rented room searched for the wedding card to back up her story: Meg agrees to go and look for it, and Pixie gives her a list of other items she'd like her to collect too. Colleen points out that Myra's organisational abilities make her potential top dog material. Joan tells Phyllis she has to "mess up" Gloria and frame Myra for it. Reb buys some coke from Margo and offers her services selling or getting stuff in, and is told where to get off, as her reputation for double dealing had even reached Barnhurst. Myra and Judy find Margo dealing to Frances, search her cell for cocaine and find some up her sleeve. Reb tries to get Phyllis to tell her where Margo's drugs are hidden. Pixie says she doesn't want to share with Margo because of the drugs deals: Joan overhears her. Myra is assigned to the kitchen with Phyllis and Frances, despite Judy's protests. Meg recovers the card , but admits that it may not be enough on its own to help Pixie and wants to try to trace Ralph. Margo taunts Judy and Pixie with snide remarks about them being on together. Phyllis makes Gloria bend over in front of the stove and pours a pot of boiling water over her back , then starts yelling that Myra did it. Joan is there to witness the incident and put Myra on a charge.


    Script Editors: Ian Smith (442), Fay Rousseaux (442),(445)
    Storyliners: Coral Drouyn, Ray Kolle, Betty Quin, Christine Madafferi, Ysabelle Dean (442),(445), Alister Webb (445)

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