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Helen Stewart (Character)
from "Bad Girls" (1999)

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  1. Bad Girls: The Musical (2009) (V) Played by Laura Rogers
  2. "Bad Girls"
        - Coming Out (2001) TV episode, Played by Simone Lahbib
        - Cat and Mouse (2001) TV episode, Played by Simone Lahbib
        - Standing Up (2001) TV episode, Played by Simone Lahbib
        - Revolving Doors (2001) TV episode, Played by Simone Lahbib
        - Tough Love (2001) TV episode, Played by Simone Lahbib
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  1. "Bad Girls"
        - Episode #7.1 (2005) TV episode, Played by Simone Lahbib
        - Family Matters (2002) TV episode, Played by Simone Lahbib
  2. Bad Girls: Most Wanted (2004) (TV) Played by Simone Lahbib

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From "Bad Girls: Sh*t Happens (#2.2)" (2000)
Helen Stewart: So, what do you propose?
Simon Stubberfield: Well, he's been suspended now. He can stay off whilst we have some kind of enquiry. I don't see him being away much longer than that.
Helen Stewart: So, it will be the usual white wash job?
Simon Stubberfield: Jim Fenner's one of our best officers.
Helen Stewart: Hold on a minute, Simon. That man has just beaten up one of our inmates.
Simon Stubberfield: That's her story.
Helen Stewart: And it's one that I believe! I also believe that he was having an affair with her. I've suspected it for a long time. He was doing the same with Rachel Hicks and there's probably others.
Simon Stubberfield: This is all conjecture.
Helen Stewart: We've been here before which is why we need a full investigation. Why else are you suspending him if not for that?
Simon Stubberfield: Well, there are procedures.
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