Written by Jodi Reynolds
Produced by Sharon Houlihan
Directed by Lance Kneeshaw
New inmate Angela Robbins arrives on G-Wing. She has been sent down for arson and attempted murder but it seems a strange sort of justice system, as she looks like she wouldn’t say boo to a goose. Bev is not impressed to discover that Angela will be her replacement cellmate, but is won over when Angela reveals she loves keeping places neat and tidy and is happy to make sure Bev is very well looked after. Although Bev is missing Phyl, she’s rather looking forward to someone doing her chores!
Joy is determined to make an example of Janine and is insisting that the police press charges. With Janine too scared to admit to Natalie putting her up to the smuggling, she could end up in Larkhall for a very long time. In despair, she resorts to drastic measures to get rid of her anger and depression: drugs and self-harm. Pat tries her best to warn Janine away from Natalie and drugs but she won’t listen – drugs are all she has left.
Donny is occupied with his secret job as Police Liaison Officer and succeeds in gaining Emira’s trust when he arranges for her to speak to an Imam. Unbeknownst to Emira, their conversation is being taped. Just as Emira is about to reveal her husband’s whereabouts, she hears feedback coming from the tape machine and both she and the Imam are outraged when they realise that the police have been listening in. Despite this, the Imam manages to persuade Emira that she must give Hassan up and she agrees to take the police to him.
Angela is taken for her appointment with Rowan, but he’s stunned when the previously docile inmate becomes aggressive and insists on being called ‘Andy’. She is clearly too unstable to remain in the general prison population, however she would also make the ideal guinea pig for his research project. Back on the wing, Bev is soon on the receiving end of Andy’s temper, as is Pat. But when Pat fights back, Andy becomes Angela again. Nobody believes Pat’s claims that scared and timid Angela attacked her and so she is placed on report.
Emira is convinced that the police planted the evidence of explosives in her flat and is heartbroken when Hassan admits that he was hiding the material for some friends, not knowing what he was getting in to. Back at the prison, Emira is told that she is free to go and that, if he cooperates fully with the police, there’s a good chance that Hassan might not be sent to prison. Before she leaves G-Wing for good, Emira makes a point of telling Janine that Donny is a spy for the police.
Lou can’t believe that Pat would attack Angela without provocation and is beginning to suspect that something is seriously wrong with the new inmate. Her suspicions are confirmed when ‘Andy’ pushes her into the shower room and tries to have his wicked way with her. Rowan begs for Angela to be kept at Larkhall so that he can get to the bottom of her mental problems but Lou is adamant that she is transferred out immediately. As the argument heats up, the sexual tension between Rowan and Lou reaches boiling point and they can resist each other no longer.