Franky and Allie put their escape plan into action. Liz takes desperate measures to protect herself. Ferguson suspects she’s living on borrowed time.
Franky faces danger from an unexpected source, Ferguson pulls strings to sideline Vera, and Liz goes to extreme lengths to try to get a confession from Sonia.
Happy Birthday, Vera
The women become frustrated with the Top Dog’s lack of action against Lucy, and Vera receives a birthday present she will never forget.
Belly of the Beast
Allie tries to come to terms with her grief. Doreen has her transfer hearing with the board, while Sonia resists Lucy’s standover tactics. As the drug trade intensifies, Kaz accuses Will of supplying drugs to the women as their mutual hatred comes to a head. Franky sabotages a prison van as part of her escape plan, an action which places Kaz and Will in mortal danger, but enables them to forge a new understanding.
Doreen applies for a transfer to Western Australia, while Liz tries to contact Kaplan. Franky and Allie become closer, as Ferguson proposes to take control of the prison drug trade. Sonia enjoys the high life as the scale of her crimes becomes apparent, but finds that her freedom is short-lived.
Nothing But the Truth
Franky enlists Shayne’s help to prove her innocence and tries to place a distance between herself and Bridget. Facing accusations of being a weak leader, Kaz takes decisive action to stop the drug trade in the prison and Ferguson senses an opportunity to gain power. Liz takes the stand at Sonia’s trial but things go horribly wrong when the defence counsel produces new evidence. As Sonia walks free from the court, Liz is returned to Wentworth, realising that she is in a worse position than ever before.
Vera and Ferguson must deal with the fallout from the attack on Bea and Franky’s past comes back to haunt her.