Bea scrambles to get a step ahead of Ferguson, who's scheming as the trial approaches. Maxine continues chemotherapy. Liz believes Sonia is innocent.

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Franky Doyle (as Nicole Da Silva)
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Sonia Stevens
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Joan Ferguson
Celia Ireland ...
Liz Birdsworth
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Doreen Anderson
Katrina Milosevic ...
Sue 'Boomer' Jenkins
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Will Jackson (as Robbie J Magasiva)
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Maxine Conway
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Karen (Kaz) Proctor
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Allie Novak
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Jake Stewart
Jacqueline Brennan ...
Linda Miles (as Jacquie Brennan)
Libby Tanner ...
Bridget Westfall
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Bea scrambles to get a step ahead of Ferguson, who's scheming as the trial approaches. Maxine continues chemotherapy. Liz believes Sonia is innocent.

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Crime | Drama

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26 July 2016 (Australia)  »

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Will Jackson: Bea! Bea!
[Pointing at Ferguson]
Will Jackson: Drop the knife ! Bea! Drop the fucking knife, we need help here! Oh Bea? Fuck. What have you done, Bea? Bea, listen to me. Bea, listen to me. Stay awake. Bea, stay awake.
Vera Bennett: Bea. Bea, we've got an ambulance coming. Can you, Can you hear me?
Will Jackson: Bea?
Bea Smith: It's going to be ok.
Will Jackson: Listen to me, you stay awake. You stay awake. Where's that fucking ambulance?
Bea Smith: [Watches clouds form seahorses and link tails]
Will Jackson: Bea?
Bea Smith: [Flatlines]
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Season 4 Finale was phenomenal
27 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

This ending of this season was PHENOMENAL. Obviously Bea was going to die this season - whether by her own hand, or the hand of someone else. She wanted to kill herself, but what an opportunity - kill herself to be with Ally (or so she thinks) AND get Joan locked up forever (because how can she get away with this one??) I think the thing everyone is missing is that I don't think the writers are writing for our ENTERTAINMENT - they are writing an honest look at how raw and painful prison can be. Her daughter died. The first person in years she's had a real, vulnerable relationship with is now dying too? Why would she want to just stay alive.. in prison??

I knew her death was coming from the first episode. A few minutes before she ended her life (when I too thought Ally died) said out loud "Bea is gonna kill herself." Minutes later my prediction came true.

I am so thrilled for season 5. Ally's alive. Joan's coming back. There is potential for Franky to make a comeback (let's not forget how much focus and time was spent on watching her take the gun, and keep it in her possession - someone made a brilliant point about the potential of it being a breach of probation).

The show is amazing. Now we are left with a group of girls who are going to have to deal with the loss of Bea - another real experience that some inmates deal with.

Yes, the show started with Bea, but it does not have to end with her end.


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