Hollyoaks spoilers: Former X Factor star Jake Quickenden arrives as builder Woody
Builder Woody played Jake Quickenden, arrives in Chester and Cindy Cunningham is delighted to get down to business with him!
Builder Woody (played by X Factor and I’m A Celeb star Jake Quickenden) makes his debut in Hollyoaks on tonight at 6.30pm (See our TV Guide for full listings).
Woody has been hired by Cindy Cunningham (Stephanie Waring) to start construction on the underground tunnels that she’s planning to transform into her new business enterprise.
Cindy can’t resist doing some serious flirting with builder Woody but is the feeling mutual?
An impatient Cindy tells Woody she’s not interested in following all the rules and building regulations and instructs Woody to crack on with the job.
Meanwhile Charlie is curious when he sees what’s going on in the tunnels and decides to do some exploring of his own. He’s excited to enter the underground labyrinth but when he hears Woody and Cindy arrive on the scene he hides.
Elsewhere, killer Breda McQueen (Moya Brady) hasn’t been able to get to the pig farm recently to give her prisoner, Tony Hutchinson (Nick Pickard) any food.
Growing weaker by the hour, Tony is suffering but is he about to be discovered?
Goldie McQueen, who has grown increasingly worried about her mum’s strange behaviour, is convinced she has Alzheimer’s and has bought a special tracking device in order to keep tabs on her. When Breda sets off for the pig farm, Goldie secretly follows her, but is Goldie about to unearth a whole lot more than she expected when she turns up at the deserted site?
Plus Luke Morgan (Gary Lucy) meets up with his son Ollie (Aedan Duckworth) and pitches him an idea about going into the restaurant business together. However he makes a big faux pas that leaves his son reeling. What has Luke gone and down now?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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