Bad Girls (1999–2006)
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Episode #6.2 

The police arrive to question the staff about Yvonne's escape attempt and Fenner begins to crack. Frances reveals her true identity to the inmates and rubs several inmates and officers the ... See full summary »

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Maureen Chadwick (created by), Ann McManus (created by) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Ellis ... Jim Fenner
Tristan Sturrock ... Colin Hedges
Charlotte Lucas Charlotte Lucas ... Selena Geeson
Tracey Wilkinson ... Di Barker
Helen Fraser Helen Fraser ... Sylvia Hollamby
Victoria Alcock ... Julie Saunders
Kika Mirylees ... Julie Johnston
Eva Pope ... Frances Myers
Nikki Amuka-Bird ... Paula Miles
Jennifer Ness Jennifer Ness ... Kris Yates
Amanda Barrie ... Beverley Tull
Stephanie Beacham ... Phyllida Oswyn
Pauline Campbell Pauline Campbell ... Al MacKenzie
James Gaddas ... Neil Grayling
Victoria Bush Victoria Bush ... Tina O'Kane
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Storyline

The police arrive to question the staff about Yvonne's escape attempt and Fenner begins to crack. Frances reveals her true identity to the inmates and rubs several inmates and officers the wrong way. New inmate Darlene Cake arrives and ruffles some feathers. Collin attempts to commit suicide. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama

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When Frances slaps and shouts at Phyl at the end, her tone of voice is low and at a steady pace. However, in the "Last Week" clip in the following episode, she is shouting at the top of her voice. See more »

Quotes

Paula Miles: Country of birth?
Darlene Cake: Jamaica.
Paula Miles: Ethnic origin... Afro-Carribean. Are you happy with that?
Darlene Cake: I is overjoyed.
Paula Miles: Do you have a religion?
Darlene Cake: Uh ha... me a Rastafari.
Paula Miles: That's not a religion.
Darlene Cake: A wha-ya... What is you?
Paula Miles: Rastafarianism isn't recognized my the prison service, shall I register you as nill religion.
Darlene Cake: It's because you can't abuse me because YOU is a Rasta'. I is a Rastafari!
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21 April 2004 (UK) See more »

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