James Nightingale's paranoia gets the better of him when he overhears Harry talking to his ex, Ste
Hollyoaks' James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) has been having serious doubts about his boyfriend Harry Thompson (Parry Glasspool) and the trust between them is already shattered.
Harry’s ex, Sadie, recently appeared on the scene and said she was expecting Harry’s baby. Ever since, lawyer James, who has been trying to get innocent Harry off the hit and run charges that put Grace in hospital, no longer knows what to believe.
As his suspicions rise he has been secretly trying to unlock the password on Harry’s phone to trace what his boyfriend has been up to.
Meanwhile Tony Hutchinson (Nick Pickard) who has been appalled by Ste Hay’s recent racist behaviour, asks Harry to talk to Ste to see if he can can get through to him.
As James starts to question everything about Harry, he is out in his back garden when he overhears Harry and Ste having a private chat. What has he overheard and with his jealousy and mistrust already running wild, will James be tipped over the edge?
Elsewhere there’s good news at The Hutch where profits are up. Darren Osborne (Ashley Taylor Dawson), Kyle Kelly (Adam Rickitt) and Tony go out to celebrate but things get very awkward when their talk turns to relationships and both Darren and Kyle start recalling their sexual histories with Darren's ex wife and Kyle's current partner: Nancy. Cringe!
Meanwhile, Breda McQueen is on the warpath again after discovering from her son, Sylver, that Mercedes is back taking drugs.
A furious Breda can’t believe that bad mum Mercedes has been neglecting her kids again and decides action needs to be taken.
What is serial killer Breda planning to do?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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