Cleo McQueen turns to Toby's sister Celeste Faroe for urgent help...
Cleo was shocked in last week’s episode to see Toby Faroe (Bobby Gordon) being kept by Dr Ley, in a makeshift prison in The Loft.
Tonight, Cleo begs Celeste to rescue Toby but when Celeste goes to fetch her brother, Dr Ley orders her to leave and warns Celeste she’s risking Toby’s recovery.
Celeste obeys but before leaving, sneakily takes some photos of Dr Ley’s notes.
With Celeste gone, Toby is worried when Dr Ley suggest he does a lie detector test.
Will Toby be forced into revealing that he killed his cousin, Lisa Loveday (Rachel Adedeji)?
Elsewhere, it’s the day of Charlie Dean’s (Charlie Behan) court hearing for the murder of drug-dealer Jordan Price (Connor Calland) and he wants to plead guilty to protect the real killer Ella Richardson (Erin Palmer).
Charlie’s mum Nancy, is increasingly worried that friends and neighbours will soon work out that Charlie is the ‘unnamed minor’ accused of killing Jordan, and in a moment of desperation she confesses the truth to Diane Hutchinson (Alex Fletcher).
Following a conversation with Diane, whose own son Finn ended up in prison, Nancy becomes increasingly certain that Charlie is hiding some very big secrets.
She resolves to speak to Ella about what really happened on that fateful night when Jordan was stabbed to death.
Meanwhile, Trish Minniver (Denise Welch) keeps pestering her daughter Maxine (Nikki Sanderson) for money.
Maxine’s colleague Verity Hutchinson (Eva O’Hara) tells Maxine they need to get Trish a job and soon Maxine thinks she’s come up with the perfect idea: her mum can start her own dance school in Chester, ‘Trish Minniver’s School of Dance.' Will Trish go for it?
Plus, persuasive PC George Kiss (Callum Kerr) wins Courtney Campbell (Amy Conachan) round following his ex, Dean Vicker’s (Paul Sloss) accusations that he, George, was an abuser.
It seems the copper can charm his way out of any situation!
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4 at 7pm.
Tess is a senior writer for What’s On TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite and WhattoWatch.com She's been writing about TV for over 25 years and worked on some of the UK’s biggest and best-selling publications including the Daily Mirror where she was assistant editor on the weekend TV magazine, The Look, and Closer magazine where she was TV editor. She has freelanced for a whole range of websites and publications including We Love TV, The Sun’s TV Mag, Woman, Woman’s Own, Fabulous, Good Living, Prima and Woman and Home.
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