This take-off comedy on women's prison sagas, throws a bunch of unlikely roomies together, for laughs. This comedy takes place in cell-bock J of the Bass Women's prison in Wisconsin. Some of the inmates are Vicki, a yuppie housewife framed for shop-lifting by her husband; Dawn, a black who murdered her husband; Bonnie, an English prostitute; Eve, the "old lady" who has been there for at least ten years; and Pam serving time for computer crimes. Meg was the guard and Blake the assistant warden.
Episode 1x13; Feb 20, 1988
1x13: The Triangle
1x12: I Do, I Don't
1x11: One Hero with Relish
1x10: 52 Pick Up
1x9: Prisoners of Love
1x8: Veni, Vidi, Vicki
1x7: The Hole Story
1x6: Skirts on Ice
1x5: Walk This Way
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