Tuesday 17 October 2017

Funeral planning and EastEnders' Week of Revelations

Sheena McGinley

FAIR CITY: Damien manages to convince Orla to let him babysit Junior, which she agrees to, even after what happened last time with the cough bottle.

It sparks Caoimhe's maternal side, and she begins to think that there is something awry with the little mite. Charlotte and Callum are planning to run away together (I know, and to think he couldn't stand her); Laura is having squabbles with Nina over Katy; and Jim goes hell for leather digging dirt on brother Bob 'Charles'.

Emmerdale: She may have survived sieges, dropping down mine shafts, and the advances of Robbie, but it was Robert who finally finished Katie off­ - yet it's Aaron who is beside himself with the guilt. Robert, meanwhile, is helping Andy plan the funeral. Both Kirin and Laurel get sacked from the factory for various reasons (but mainly because the latter lands into work hammered).

Coronation Street: Callum's package gets about this week, what with him ordering David to look after it for him before Gail hightails it to the police. Julie and Mary are still trying to lord it over each other in Dev's absence. Meanwhile Faye finally works out that she is seven months pregnant. It proves tricky telling Anna due to the fact that Owen's ex has just denied that she left because of Izzy's disability.

EastEnders: Kat is back to her usual tricks. She's getting drunk and lashing out at people yet again. This time it involves Sonia's face

encountering Ian and Jane's wedding cake. These scenes are due to be aired on Thursday as part of the soap's anniversary celebrations entitled Week of Revelations. So, yeah, we might even be so lucky as to find out who killed Lucy Beale. All eyes are on Abi.

ROS NA RÚN: Bobbi Lee is blackmailing Vince, and Ailbhe's past catches up with her!

Sheena McGinley is an editor at entertainment.ie

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