Tuesday 16 January 2018

The Soapbox: Secrets & Spoilers

Sheena McGinley

MORE RETIRED ACTORS PAY tHE SQUARE A VISIT...

EastEnders As they await news from the hospital, Ava and Dexter continue to furrow their brows furiously over Sam's health.

Carl, the stalker that could, attempts to make Kirsty an offer she can't refuse. She, however, has her sights on Kat ... not in that way.

A guilt-ridden Roxy continues to see Ronnie behind Alfie's back, while Dot and Carol struggle with their extra duties now that Bianca's gone. Speaking of dreams, Carol has to pinch herself as David Wicks (pictured) lands on her doorstep.

Tawar tries to win Alice over, but that's not likely with jolly jowled Michael machinating from the wings.

Emmerdale For those of you who still care about Cameron, Chas has a handy update regarding the outcome of his very speedy trial on Monday.

Amy's unnerved by Val's gleefulness over Kyle, while Rhona buggers up her relationship with Paddy beyond repair. Also heading towards splitsville are Nicola and Jimmy, when the latter finds out the true extent of his missus's betrayal.

coronation street The last thing Stella needs is to walk in on her daughter and her ex having a bit of how's yisser father, so that's what happens. Next, she's selling the pub.

Nick's awake, thus ending his most convincing stint of acting yet. Kylie and David fear the worst.

Michelle's in full mardy mode as Ryan acts the goat and Carla leaves Peter in charge at the factory.

Fair city First the factory goes up in flames, taking lives, then the community centre gets vandalised. Paddy gets into full General mode to find who fiddled with his patch, while half the town reckons Leo was involved in the fire. Now that Damien's had his way with Caoimhe, he gives her the cold shoulder to give Ama his full attention.

ROS NA RUN There's a chance that Jason and Lee might rekindle their romance, Cathal cosies up to someone, and Alanna rubs the locals up the wrong way.

Irish Independent

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