Will Carl catch Gaz and Heidi together?
Carl decides to whisk Heidi away and arranges to meet her at a hotel. But Gaz overhears Carl tell Seth he's got some business to attend to so will be late to meet his wife. Heidi's shocked when Gaz turns up, but they still head to the bedroom. Meanwhile, Carl's meeting is cut short so he heads to the hotel to surprise Heidi. Upstairs, Heidi panics when Carl calls and reveals he's arrived. Heidi and Gaz rush to get the room in order as Carl knocks on the door... Dodger busies himself selling cuts of lamb to the local eateries! Ethan implores Dodger to tell Liberty when he finds out their family have been evicted. But he has another idea in mind so when Liberty arrives home he reveals they have a new house... Cheryl asks Lynsey to get her some diet pills. Meanwhile, Lynsey meets Nurse Jennings about going back to work. Later, Silas tells Cheryl that the young nurse isn't ready to go back to work. In the pub, Lynsey gives Cheryl the diet pills with clear instructions. Hell bent on ruining Lynsey's reputation, Silas takes them and discreetly swaps them for his prescription sedatives... Also, Rae gets a job in The Dog clearing glasses, much to Gaz's annoyance. *Unfortunately, this is all the advance programme information available for this episode from Hollyoaks* Click here to watch whatsontv.co.uk's weekly soaps video preview, the Soap Scoop
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