Prisoner (1979–1986)
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Episode #1.347 

Maxine is not pleased to discover that Joan is Nola's new partner. Nola announces she is taking orders for anything the girls want, but Bea insists no drugs. Maxine calls Roxy and gets her ... See full summary »

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Elspeth Ballantyne ...
Meg Morris
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Betty Bobbitt ...
Judy Bryant
Lisa Crittenden ...
Maxine Daniels
Peppie D'Or ...
Roxanne Bradshaw
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Maurie Parks
Sheila Florance ...
Lizzie Birdsworth
Susannah Fowle ...
Lori Young / Maynard
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Officer Riley (as Kathy Gordon)
Scott Hales ...
Steve
Patsy King ...
Erica Davidson
Maggie Kirkpatrick ...
Joan "The Freak" Ferguson
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Bea Smith
Joan Letch ...
Grace Quinn
Natasha Love ...
Miranda
Anne Lucas ...
Faye Quin
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Maxine is not pleased to discover that Joan is Nola's new partner. Nola announces she is taking orders for anything the girls want, but Bea insists no drugs. Maxine calls Roxy and gets her to bring in a load of goods. Joan oversees the visit, and Bea is suspicious of how Maxie got the goods past the screws. Faye gets a cleaning job, and makes some cash from a few good racing tips. However, she turns down an offer from an old friend to handle some stolen goods from him. Colleen seems to be interested in Chris Young in more than a work capacity, and they grow closer. She visits his house, and ends up staying for lunch with him and the kids. Lori tells Judy she wants to give the baby up for adoption, but Judy begs her not to make the same mistake she did. After a lot of persuading, and a visit to a deaf school, Lori relents and returns to Geoff, taking the baby with her. Written by Anonymous

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1983 (Australia)  »

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