As the cops hunt for Geoff, Michael is arrested and carted off to a psychiatric hospital. Geoff outsmarts the police and escapes from his hideout, and Jim arrives home to find him waiting for him. As a confrontation develops, Geoff is finally shot dead by a police marksman. Kerry Vincent arrives in Wentworth, transferred from Barnhurst. She is an artist, and gets a cell of her own so she can paint, and the women are sceptical of her. The money Lizzie stole from the Salvation Army is found on her when she returns; she loses her buyup and is wracked with guilt. However, Captain Barton is amused and forgives her. She embarks on a path of morality, announcing she is giving up smoking, and lecturing the other women. Bea's plan to put Debbie on the straight and narrow appears to have worked - she goes back to live with her mother. Judy meets with Captain Barton, and angrily tells him she doesn't believe in God.

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  • Episode Number 29
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  • Originally Aired Tuesday, May 13, 1980
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  • Directors Gary Conway
  • Writers John Wood
  • Guest Stars Margot Knight (Sharon Gilmour), Betty Bobbitt (Judy Bryant), Rosalind Speirs (Caroline Simpson), Tom Oliver (Ken Pearce), Dina Mann (Debbie Pearce), Ray Meagher (Geoff Butler), Kevin Summers (Det Sgt Parsons), Paul Young (Capt Lloyd Barton)
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