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Old 25th April 2013, 10:51 AM
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Default Prisoner Awards: Greatest End-Of-Year Cliffhanger -CLOSED

Hi everyone,

The countdown to the last ever volume of Prisoner: Cell Block H continues this week with another official poll for the Prisoner Awards!

Last week we looked at the greatest years of the show's run, so it only makes sense that this week we take a look at the great end-of-year cliffhangers! And there's some good 'uns here!

If you haven't voted on the Official Facebook Page or the Wentworth forum get your votes in here! What was your fav year?

And here's a little reminder of some of the best bits of those years...



Get those votes in!


Don't forget the last ever volume of Prisoner: Cell Block H is out early next month! You need this in your collection! If you haven't already, treat yourself and pre-order it today.
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Old 25th April 2013, 11:27 AM
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I've always thought the 1984 cliffhanger was a bit feeble.

The Brian Lowe episodes and the exploding building in which he is holding Meg and Ann would have been far more apt IMO.
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I've always thought the 1984 cliffhanger was a bit feeble.

The Brian Lowe episodes and the exploding building in which he is holding Meg and Ann would have been far more apt IMO.
Totally agree, Governor. The last two end-of-year cliffhangers aren't too great at all and just seem like a typical end of episode cliffhanger.
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Voting for the greatest Prisoner End-Of-Year Cliffhanger has closed! A huge thank you to all those who have voted either on here (The Official Prisoner Forum), the Official Facebook page or the Wentworth Forum.

The results are in - as voted by the fans themselves...

1st - 1982 (The Great Fire) - 59%

2nd - 1981 (Sandy's Riot) - 17%

3rd - 1980 (the tunnel collapse) - 15%

4th - 1983 (David Bridges offers to 'free' Lizzie) - 5%

5th -1984 ('Jane Doe' announces that Pixie is being attacked) - 2%

6th - 1979 (Erica is shot by Janet Dominguez's terrorists) & 1985 (Eve's solicitor shoots himself) - 1%



Another poll is coming soon so stand by!

Don't forget the last ever volume of Prisoner: Cell Block H is out early next month! You need this in your collection! If you haven't already, treat yourself and pre-order it today.
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