Wednesday 21 February 2018

Proposals, weddings, violence and admissions

Coronation Street: Now that David knows all about 'Gandy' he sets about making Andy his minion. First, he forces him to buy drugs in a dodgy pub, and then requests he plants them in Callum's car. Things obviously don't go to plan when David winds up being held hostage in the car's boot. On top of all that, it's Michael and Gail's wedding on Friday. Jenny orders Jack not to say anything to Kevin about their trip to the doctors...

Emmerdale: This week, it's all mostly about the Ross, Debbie and Pete love triangle. In short, after a heist involving Donny goes awry Debbie chooses Pete over Ross. Again. In fact, she's so sure she's with the right brother that she reckons herself and Pete should get hitched. Ross obviously isn't going to take the rejection lying down, so - by way of some form of revenge - he tells Chrissie all about Robert hiring him to raid Home Farm that time. In less convoluted news; Finn plans to get rid of Darren.

Fair City: While Pete attempts to reason with an increasingly irate Wayne and Orla regarding his kiss with Jackie, Paul blames Charlotte for Rachel's oral going badly, and Damien and Louise hatch a cunning plan to get Kerri-Ann and Decco talking (not sure why Damien would care, but sure there you go). Bob meets his nephew for the first time and - after an initial hiccup - they get on. Dan struggles to get back to 'normal' in The Station. Understandable given he sees Robbie and Carol cosying up thanks to the office CCTV.

EastEnders: Dean's back for Stan's funeral, so Linda makes the refreshing decision to confront him. He saunters in to the B&B, with typically coiffed hair given he's been in prison, alongside Shirley and dad Buster, and Linda's there waiting for him. When she asks to speak to him in private, she's promptly obliged. Now that they're alone, she invites him to admit what he did.

Ros na RÚn: Evan struggles with guilt over Cathal's death.

■ Sheena McGinley is an editor at

Irish Independent

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