It’s busy on the staff side of the bars as Officer Colleen Powell takes over from Vera as Chief, while new officer Conway tries to hide the fact that she used to be an inmate. New boy Steve Fawkner is reduced to his pants during a riot and after over 200 episodes, Jim Fletcher finally leaves Wentworth forever.
With a three way fight to become top dog, Bea’s not making the running as she needs a new kidney and Doreen’s not sure if she wants Bea to have hers.
And Arson, kidnapping and the introduction of new uniforms all round and it’s another superb 32 episodes of classic Prisoner Cell Block H action.
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Prisoner Volume 8 has a lot to offer in terms of excitement. The main plot surrounds Bea and her quest for a new kidney. Great acting by all, especially the greatness that is Marie Winter. If you're a Prisoner fan, you need this in your collection. Don't miss it. Buy now.