The new Governor's arrival has everyone in a spin. Ann's comments make Meg and Colleen realise they never had any chance of getting the job. Ann annoys her staff by adhering to Ted Douglas' assertion that she must ""put the Department first"", and obsessing over pointless paperwork. Joan cons an old friend of Debbie Smith into giving her letters from Debbie. Lizzie grows increasingly worried about Bea, who asks if she heard voices in the night. Denise Tyler is admitted for Gary's murder and Judy is worried how the women will react to her. She goes to see Bea in a stupidly misguided attempt to get her to look after Denise; Bea promptly bashes Denise, she lags, and Bea lands in Solitary. Meanwhile, Russell leaves Judy doubting Denise's guilt. Before going back home, Major Ferguson leaves a box at the front gate for Joan with a Rottweiler puppy inside.