Wentworth/The Velvet Curtain
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The Velvet Curtain is the fifth episode of the first season of Wentworth.
Starring: Danielle Cormack (Bea Smith), Nicole da Silva (Franky Doyle), Kris McQuade (Jacs Holt), Leeanna Walsman (Erica Davidson), Kate Atkinson (Vera Bennett), Celia Ireland (Liz Birdsworth), Shareena Clanton (Doreen Anderson), Aaron Jeffery (Matthew "Fletch" Fletcher), Robbie Magasiva (Will Jackson)
Guest Starring: (in credits order) Martin Sacks (Derek Channing), Katrina Milosevic (Sue "Boomer" Jenkins), Jacquie Brennan (Linda Miles), Ra Chapman (Kim Chang), Damon Gameau (Mark Pearson), Melitta St Just (Megan Summers), Rondah Dam (Phillipa "Pip" Turner), Cassandra Magrath (Hayley Jovanka), Benne Harrison (Rosalind "Roz" Jago), Paul Ireland (Tom O'Connor)
Unsettled by an erotic dream about Franky, Erica tries to avoid Franky but they are thrown together when Channing decides to use Franky as the poster girl for prison reform. Erica is forced to tutor Franky but their close proximity and Franky's provocation leave her hot and bothered. Erica's sexual frustration at work illuminates the problems in her relationship with her fiancé, Mark. Erica has to cope with a darker side of herself forcing her to make a difficult choice. Stripped of her peer worker duties, Liz's drinking problem spirals and she alienates the women until a close call gives her much needed perspective. A connection develops between Bea and Officer Will Jackson, prompting Bea to confide in Liz about the brutal truth about her marriage to Harry.