Sylver McQueen gets into a fight with Liam Donovan but is left badly wounded when Liam's gun goes off
Sylver McQueen (David Tag) lies wounded after being shot during his fight with Liam Donovan (Jude Monk-McGowan). Cleo McQueen rushes in after hearing the gun shot and finds a bleeding Sylver lying in Mercedes’ arms.
Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) yells at Cleo (Nadine Rose-Mulkerrin) to call an ambulance but Sylver tells her not to as he’s worried Liam will frame Mercedes for the shooting and she’ll lose her kids, Max and Bobby.
As a wounded Sylver lies motionless, is his romance with Mercedes over before it ever got off the ground? And how can Mercedes make things right?
Goldie McQueen is worried to learn from Mercedes that Liam only had the gun in the first place because of all the scares he's recently been subjected to. She angrily goes off to confront Joel.
Meanwhile Sinead O’Connor (Stephanie Davies) tells her husband Laurie Shelby (Kyle Pryor) that she thinks he’s sleeping with Sienna Blake behind her back. Laurie is furious with the accusation and tells his wife that maybe her daughter, Hannah, shouldn’t change her surname to his after all as he'd previously suggested.
Laurie goes back to work and tells Sienna (Anna Passey) about Sinead’s accusation and feeling sorry for him, Sienna invites him to have pizza with her and Brody (Adam Woodward). When Sinead also turns up, Brody insists she join them too but the evening takes a different turn when the four of them later start playing dares.
Plus newcomer, junior doctor Mitchell Deveraux (Imran Adam), Lisa’s cousin, asks Cleo out on date. Will she say yes?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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