As her life begins to implode, will Mercedes McQueen be tempted to cheat on hubby Sylver with badboy Liam Donovan?
Hollyoaks' Volatile Mercedes McQueen (Jennifer Metcalfe) is struggling to keep her act together and has recently been taking drugs again. Her husband Sylver (David Tag) was disgusted to discover she was high at her stepson, Max Owen’s, birthday celebrations. Following another fallout the pair have tried to work through their issues and Mercedes is desperate to get her life back on track but it’s not gong too well.
Following a heart-to-heart with Sylver the previous day she is making as much effort as possible to prove to him that she can be a good wife and mother but has too much damage already been done?
Will Sylver give her another chance or is another almighty marital row about to erupt?
And with troubled Mercedes’ self-respect at an all time low will she go running back to Liam once again?
Elsewhere, James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) is being driven insane with jealousy and suspicion. After overhearing his boyfriend Harry Thompson (Parry Glasspool) chatting to his ex, Ste Hay, James is certain that Harry is lying to him.
In a fit of jealous rage he storms over to Ste’s house and demands that Ste stays away from Harry.
Later on, Ste, who is feeling increasingly isolated, tells Jonny Baxter (Ray Quinn) that he misses having a boyfriend.
Manipulative Jonny tries to lift his spirits and reassures him that he will help set him up with someone but who exactly does he have in mind for Ste?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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