Hollyoaks spoilers: Marnie Nightingale throws her son James out
Marnie Nightingale is appalled to witness her son James being violent towards Juliet and kicks him out of the family home....
Marnie Nightingale (Lysette Anthony) is desperate to try and heal the huge rift between her son James (Gregory Finnegan) and grandson Romeo Quinn (Owen Warner) in Thursday's Hollyoaks at 6.30pm (See our TV Guide for full listings).
The pair have been at war ever since James turned violent and angrily lashed out as his son.
Marnie goes to the Maalik’s house, where Romeo has been secretly squatting, and implores him to give James another chance.
However Juliet Quinn (Niamh Blackshaw), Romeo’s little sister, is on her brother’s side. She’s raging with James for hitting Romeo and also accuses him of pushing away his boyfriend Harry Thompson and subsequently causing his death.
A snarling James is livid with Juliet’s accusations and in the heat of the moment he turns on Juliet just as a shocked Marnie walks in.
Appalled to see the violence within her son, she orders him to leave the family home!
Elsewhere, Liberty Savage (Abi Phillips) is desperate for Sienna and Brody to make up before the first baby scan tomorrow.
Liberty, who is acting as a surrogate for the couple and was delighted to discover she was pregnant, is worried that the pair have fallen out, but when her efforts to bring them back together fail, she takes desperate action and in protest, tries to glue herself to The Loveboat!
Luke Morgan (Gary Lucy) offers to help Liberty with her efforts to reunite Brody and Sienna, however he does the exact opposite when he sets up a party with lots of single girls to tempt Brody.
Are any of the girls going to catch Brody’s eye? And could he find himself kissing someone close to home?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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