List of Bad Girls Episodes

List Of Bad Girls Episodes

This follow list contains episode information and plot summaries for the ITV1 Drama television series Bad Girls. Note that episode titles given appeared in listings magazines, and were never used on-screen. However, they are used on the DVDs. Titles were not given for Series 5-8.

Read more about List Of Bad Girls Episodes:  Summary, Series 1 (1999), Series 2 (2000), Series 3 (2001), Series 4 (2002), Series 5 (2003), Series 6 (2004), Series 7 (2005), Series 8 (2006)

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