The latest goings on in EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Doctors.

SoapWeek: EastEnders

As Phil thinks about Ruby’s offer, Sharon snaps at the mention of Ruby’s name pointing out what Ruby’s father did to her. After Phil returns Ruby’s money and gives her a reality check, he reminds Stuart of his outstanding debt to get some much needed cash. Later, Phil refuses to pay for the E20 repair, insisting Sharon ask Mel to cough up while Stacey finds Ruby drowning her sorrows in The Vic and takes her home. After reassuring Stacey that she’s fine, Ruby hatches a plan to lure Ross back to Walford to prove the type of man he is.

Meanwhile, Kush plans to ask Mo to move out, but he’s distracted when she produces some fake fur coats and offers him a deal. On his stall, Kush apologises to Sonia who is annoyed about the confusion with Stuart, but his mind is soon drawn elsewhere when Bex alerts him to the fact that some real fur coats were recently stolen. Bex helps Kush get rid of the coats and appease Habiba who bought one. Later, a furious Kush orders Mo to leave but he’s shocked when she proves the coats were legitimate. Bex apologises for the mix up and when she talks about her worries about going to University, Kush is very reassuring.

Elsewhere, Patrick looks for his missing record but when Denise spots Mitch at Winston’s music stall she realises what he’s done. Denise sets a trap for Mitch with Tina’s help and when he arrives at The Vic, Denise and Patrick confront him.

Also, Linda is adamant that Jean can’t stay at the Vic but Shirley senses there is more to her disgruntlement.

EastEnders, Tuesday at 7.30pm on BBC One.


SoapWeek: Emmerdale

Kim is unimpressed when the village vets practice reject her offers of a contract with her equestrian centre, especially as it’s clear Moira was involved. When Kim and Moira face off in the pub, a wary Cain knows this is dangerous territory. Later at Home Farm, Kim’s thrown to receive a note from Graham, but hastily composes herself as Cain arrives. When Kim tries it on with him, he calls her bluff but then knocks her back, leaving her humiliated.

Meanwhile, Chas and Paddy share their baby news with the Dingles and unable to keep her conflicting emotions in check, Charity shares her news with a stunned Vanessa.

Elsewhere, Rhona tries to hide her menopause side effects from Pete; Nicola is outraged to hear the school’s proposal of a four-day week but realises she could use the issue to get herself voted onto the council.

Emmerdale, Tuesday at 7pm on ITV, STV and UTV.


SoapWeek: Hollyoaks

As James prepares Cindy for her testimony against Mac tomorrow, Breda tells Mac that he’s won and she’ll kill James the following day.

Meanwhile, Damon surprises Maxine with balloons and a big teddy. Maxine tells Damon that she hasn’t been getting better but didn’t want to burden him.

Elsewhere, Lily tells Prince that she wanted to self-harm because Romeo wasn’t answering her calls, leading to Prince and Romeo coming to blows. Later, after some advice from Nana, Prince meets Romeo so they can ask Diane for help. Diane tells Lily that they should go away to Wales for a few days and then find her a therapist.

Hollyoaks, Tuesday at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and a ‘first look’ at 7pm on E4.


Doctors Pick of the Plots logo

Six-year-old Mikey Taylor-Wood, who was checked over by Dr Al and Ayesha after a fall, is back home with his parents. He hides from his mum, but it’s just a game before school. Later, Mikey accidentally knocks over a drink and complains when Jadie tells him that was the last of the coke.

Mikey later kicks off again when he’s not allowed to use his tablet and Beth jokingly warns him that he’ll be locked in his room without supper if he’s not careful causing him to cry. It’s a normal family evening, until the doorbell goes…

Meanwhile, Zara tells Emma that Joe has stopped wetting the bed and his school have been supportive. They’ve taught the kids about power poses – she demonstrates the ‘Superman’ stance. Karen later observes Emma using the technique and soon she and Valerie are doing it too.

Doctors, Tuesday at 1.45pm on BBC One.


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