Bad Girls (1999–2006)
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The Victim 

This is one of the most tragic episodes of Bad Girls which highlights how difficult it can be for vulnerable prisoners. As Shell and Denny continue to bully Rachel, Rachels life is made ... See full synopsis »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joe Shaw ...
Dominic McAllister
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Helen Stewart
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Zandra Plackett
Helen Fraser ...
Sylvia Hollamby
Jack Ellis ...
Jim Fenner
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Rachel Hicks
Luisa Bradshaw-White ...
Lorna Rose
Vinny Dhillon ...
Clinic Nurse
Debra Stephenson ...
Shell Dockley
Daryl Fishwick ...
Mrs Hicks
Sheila Ruskin ...
Mrs Dunstan
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Robin Dunstan
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Julie Johnston
Victoria Alcock ...
Julie Saunders
Mandana Jones ...
Nikki Wade
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Storyline

This is one of the most tragic episodes of Bad Girls which highlights how difficult it can be for vulnerable prisoners. As Shell and Denny continue to bully Rachel, Rachels life is made worse by the news that her baby has been put into foster care. After she is beaten up by Denny for crying Rachel takes the only way out by hanging herself in her cell. (The scene where Zandra finds her can be quite upsetting). The episodes ends with Crystal singing a very moving version of Amazing Grace to stop the abusive shouts of the other girls.

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Crime | Drama

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22 June 1999 (UK)  »

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Goofs

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. See more »

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Amazing Grace
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Performed by Sharon Duncan-Brewster
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