Governor Ferguson aka “The Freak” has wrecked havoc at Wentworth Prison since her arrival during Season 2 of Wentworth.
Several weeks ago, I posed the question of ‘Who Should Be Governor of Wentworth Prison?’ listing correctional officers Vera Bennett, Will Jackson and Matt Fletcher as possible candidates. There was one officer I neglected to include – Linda Miles.
Sometimes being a good daughter and good at your job just isn’t good enough.
The life of a correctional officer isn’t easy. You’re tasked with keeping many prisoners in line to maintain their safety and well being. However, Wentworth Correctional Officer Matt Fletcher would have never dreamed that his greatest danger would come from not the prisoners, but his high ranking supervisor, Governor Joan Ferguson.
How hard is it to be the “gal pal” of Franky Doyle? Just ask Wentworth’s Kim Chang.
There are many Wentworth characters that have made the show memorable due to their actions but one remembered for an action done to her: Debbie Smith.
Watching Wentworth on television is an exciting roller coaster ride, it is fast-paced with great characters and stories. It’s fun viewing. But it wouldn’t be fun if you were a prisoner at Wentworth Prison. If you were,who would you want your friend to be?
Wentworth is a highly addictive prison drama that once you begin watching, you’ll definitely get hooked into the characters and stories. I have been talking with others about how realistic (although at times disturbing) the prison scenes are, however, there is one aspect of this show that I find less realistic.
I have been doing character profiles on the prisoners of Wentworth Prison but decided to do one on a person who wasn’t a prisoner in Wentworth but had a significant connection to Wentworth Prison, Nash Taylor.
Now that I have finished all three of the current seasons of Wentworth, I’d like to discuss something I’ve been wondering about since Wentworth Season 1 – Are the prisoners smarter than the guards?