Helen raises a protest against the food being served up to the women. Erica agrees to come and taste it, so Bea and Doreen make it really inedible. Erica is disgusted by the food and agrees to let some of the women help out in the kitchen. Lynn goes back to her home town but is having a hard time. Her father won't acknowledge that she is pregnant and her mother is busy making up stories about where the baby's father could be. Lynn writes a letter to Doug, the male prisoner she met at Wentworth; back at the prison, Mum tries to dissuade Doug from getting in touch with Lynn. However, Mr Warner finally sticks up for Lynn in the face of criticism from a local priest. Following her mother's death, Vera is lonely and depressed. She gets drunk, goes to a bar and picks up Graham Lang, an off duty cop, who she takes home with her. Marilyn is brought back to Wentworth; she and Eddie can't sort out their differences. Helen gets Doreen to forge her signature on a contract written up by James to gi

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  • Episode Number 10
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  • Originally Aired Tuesday, March 27, 1979
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  • Directors Graeme Arthur
  • Writers Ian Coughlan
  • Guest Stars John Arnold (Doug Parker), Beverly Dunn (Ethel Warner), Peter Felmingham (Father Peterson), Ben Gabriel (Edward Warner), Jackie Keren (Beth Jones), Barry Michael (Mr Guthrie), Louise Pajo (Helen Masters), Brandon Smith (James Brandon), Adrian Wright (Graham Lang)
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  • Last Updated 06/13/2011 2:03pm