List Of Bad Girls Episodes
This follow list contains episode information and plot summaries for the ITV1 Drama television series Bad Girls. Note that episode titles given appeared in listings magazines, and were never used on-screen. However, they are used on the DVDs. Titles were not given for Series 5-8.
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... Episode Writer Director Original airdate Viewing figure 97 Episode One Liz Lake Barnaby Southcombe 13 July 2006 5,400,000 New Deputy Governor Lou Stoke has her work. 98 Episode Two Ann McManus Maureen Chadwick Barnaby Southcombe 20 July 2006 4,470,000 Donny and Lou escort Janine to her mother's funeral, unaware that Natalie has blackmailed their grieving. 99 Episode Three Jodi Reynolds Lance Kneeshaw 27 July 2006 4,410,000 New arrival Angela Robbins has been sent down for arson and attempted murder ...
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