Juliet Quinn begins to realise that Mac has been deceiving her plus Goldie has alarm bells ringing when she spots Breda trying to hide something
Juliet Quinn (Niamh Blackshaw) has put Mac Nightingale (David Easter) on a pedestal and Romeo is starting to worry just how much his little sister is being duped. He wants to convince her just how evil Mac really is and gets Jack Osborne (Jimmy McKenna) to talk to her.
Jack tells Juliet about the school explosion and Mac’s involvement with Neeta’s death but Juliet refuses to believe it.
However she starts to have her doubts about Mac’s honesty when she asks him about the holiday he’s promised her and Mac struggles to come up with any proof that he’s actually booked the trip. A concerned Juliet is left wondering what to think.
Later on a drunken and guilty Mac leaves Juliet a voicemail confessing to lying about the holiday, swapping Cindy’s medication and swindling her out of her own home! Will Juliet hear the message?
Meanwhile Lily McQueen (Lauren McQueen) is feeling down and when she bumps into Romeo Quinn (Owen Warner) she tells him not to come near her again. Sinead O'Connor (Stephanie Davies) is worried about Lily and tells her that she’s always there for her to offload, however Sinead’s fears are confirmed when she realises Lily has self-harmed again. Sinead feels duty-bound to tell Diane (Alex Fletcher) just what’s going on and how low Lily is.
Elsewhere Breda McQueen (Moya Brady) panics when Sylver (David Tag) who's hoping to find his birth mother, looks at a photo album full of pictures from his childhood.
Goldie spots Breda sneakily hiding one of the photos and later manages to steal it from Breda. The picture shows a mum with her baby boy. Is it Sylver’s mum and who exactly is she?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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