It's panto time at Wentworth which can only mean one thing: A daring escape through the underground drainage tunnel. Things don't go to plan though when someone covers up a manhole. Judy mounts a public campaign about prison conditions but ends up working in a massage parlour while inside, suspicions arise that an undercover journalist has infiltrated the cells. As the inmates start getting ill, both prisoners and officers are put under quarantine but Evelyn's home remedies seem to be doing more harm than good. Meg goes into a coma and new girl Georgie arrives and goes straight into solitary. With fights, parole issues and a controversial new pottery class, welcome to another unforgettable volume of 32 episodes from the much loved 'Prisoner Cell Block H'.