There is a lot of anticipation at Wentworth, waiting for the arrival of old inmate, Reb Kean. Joan, already knowing that Reb Kean is due to arrive, acts surprised when Ann shows her the folder saying she is coming to Wentworth. Ann tells Joan to stay away from Reb, because Joan still blames Reb for what happened to her father. When Alice hears the news about Reb she tells the other women about her, and says that they will be in for a rough time. Lou is outraged when Alice tells her that Reb is coming back, and she is sure that Reb will try to muscle in on the rackets. Meanwhile, Eve Wilder, still protesting her innocence at being charged with manslaughter, has a flashback to what actually happened when she shot her lover. Joan then finds Daphne's cell covered in lipstick and nail polish and blames Lou Kelly. Reb Kean is inducted at Wentworth. She doesn't seem to remember Mrs Barry, and is quite friendly. Meg and Joyce are a little surprised that she seems so different. Lou goes to the... Written by
8 October 1985 (Australia)
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Characters of inmates and prison staff are listed in the credits with their first name only. All other characters have their full names. See more