Fenner and the Larkhall screws visit Amsterdam for a dirty weekend. With the mystery firearm still missing, G Wing remains in lockdown. Snowball is released from solitary, and Denny is out for revenge.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Ellis ...
Jim Fenner
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Colin Hedges
Eugene N. Walker ...
PO Blakeson (as Eugene Walker)
Isabelle Amyes ...
Barbara Hunt
Victoria Alcock ...
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Alicya Eyo ...
Pauline Campbell ...
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Natasha O'Neal ...
Nightclub Dancer
Zoe-Anne Phillips ...
Nightclub Dancer (as Zoë-Anne Phillips)
Debra Stephenson ...
Martina Berne ...
Marieke
Helen Fraser ...
Sylvia Hollamby
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Storyline

Fenner and the Larkhall screws visit Amsterdam for a dirty weekend. With the mystery firearm still missing, G Wing remains in lockdown. Snowball is released from solitary, and Denny is out for revenge.

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Crime | Drama

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8 May 2003 (UK)  »

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Quotes

Snowball Merriman: I know you all think I'm an evil, cold-blooded murderer.
Julie SaundersJulie Johnston: Too bloody right about that!
Snowball Merriman: Suppose a girl in here, planted a bomb, to go off, at a certain time. And all she'd blow up - she's certain - is a load of dumb books. Then - hey! All change, no warning. Shit. That certain place is suddenly full of her buddies. So what's she going to do now?
Julie Saunders: She could have warned her buddies there was a bleedin' bomb in there!
Tina Purvis: Yeah!
Julie Johnston: She would if she bleedin' cared for them.
Snowball Merriman: What if she couldn't find the bomb?...
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How Great Thou Art
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Performed by Isabelle Amyes
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