Fletch and Godber get a new cell-mate and Fletch is shocked to find it is elderly Judge Rawley, the man who handed him his five year sentence, now convicted of corruption. Though disappointed that Rawley has no dirt to dish on the governor, a friend, Fletch is protective towards him when the other prisoners decry Rawley's privileges. He also tells Rawley that if he had known he was bent he would have offered him a bribe.
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Did You Know?
Rawley is identified as the judge who sent Fletcher to prison. Although the voice-over of the judge is heard in the opening credits, the voice is different and that of Ronnie Barker (playing another role), not Maurice Denham. See more
[to Rawley, the judge who sentenced him
If I'd known you was crooked I could have slipped you a few bob!