Jim's replacement, Jock Stewart, starts work. The lagging rumours about Kerry persist, and worsen when the D Block women are caught making home brew. The assumption is Kerry blew the whistle, but actually Jock overheard them discussing it. A painting she had been working on is destroyed, but she takes the blame for it; she thinks Bea was behind it, but in actual fact it was Sharon. On the day of the exhibition, David fails to bring an outfit for Kerry to wear. Vera foolishly lets her go in her uniform, but David has set it up to play for press sympathy on Kerry's plight. Erica is not pleased to see Kerry in her prison garb. Vera is horrified to overhear David tell the press an officer forced Kerry to give her a painting. Caroline and Vivienne go to trial and are released on bonds. Caroline and Jim agree to say goodbye and go their separate ways. Doreen's mother's will is finally sorted out, and she is now the owner of Alice's house.

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  • Episode Number 31
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  • Originally Aired Tuesday, May 20, 1980
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  • Directors Leigh Spence
  • Writers Bryon Williams, Chris Milne
  • Guest Stars Margot Knight (Sharon Gilmour), Betty Bobbitt (Judy Bryant), Penny Downie (Kerry Vincent), Rosalind Speirs (Caroline Simpson), Bernadette Gibson (Vivienne Williams), Tom Oliver (Ken Pearce), Paul Young (Capt Lloyd Barton), Tommy Dysart (Jock Stewart)
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