Pick of the Plots: Friday April 14th

SoapWorld takes a look at the latest goings on in Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Doctors this Friday.

SoapWeek: Corrie

Steve begs Michelle to accompany him to marriage counselling that afternoon, Michelle relays Steve’s wishes to Robert who encourages her to go despite his own feelings. As Steve waits for Michelle will she decide to give their marriage another go or does her heart lie elsewhere?  

Kevin and Anna break the news to Tyrone that the garage is facing bankruptcy. However when Sarah lets slip to Gary about David’s £20k windfall, Gary’s furious, pointing out that he nearly killed Anna who’s struggling to make ends meet. Later, David reaches a decision.  

Elsewhere, Rosie and Sophie resolve to track down Sally’s online troll; Kate notices there’s something wrong with Johnny; Faye secretly arranges to attend Seb’s sentencing.

Coronation Street, Friday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV, UTV and STV.


SoapWeek: EastEnders

Stacey takes Martin to The Vic and breaks it to him that she’s invited Michelle over for dinner. How will Martin react and will he be able to maintain a civil composure at the family dinner whilst simmering from Michelle’s recent actions?

Ian and Steven host a successful fish & chips pop-up while Whitney, Lauren and Abi get ready for their night out but Lauren’s mind is elsewhere.

Also, Dot gives Amy and Ricky a lesson about the meaning of Easter.

EastEnders, Friday at 8pm on BBC One. Repeated at 10pm on UKTV channel ‘W’.


SoapWeek: Emmerdale

How will Harriet react when she catches Cain stashing stolen goods at the church?

Elsewhere, Bernice has a plan; while Adam and Victoria get some news.

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


SoapWeek: Hollyoaks

Myra assumes that Bart has gone to rehab instead of coming home to them, while Sienna is stunned when she returns home to find Warren in a state and with blood on his shirt. He tells her that he’s killed Bart. Sienna comforts Warren who wants to hand himself in. She promises to help him cover up the crime so he can be there for the babies.

Joel informs Cleo that Bart didn’t turn up at the rehab centre, but in order not to worry Myra, Cleo suggests that they don’t tell her. Meanwhile, Sienna and Warren have hidden Bart’s body in Cindy’s old flat until they can move him, but are forced to put Bart in the attic when Sally and Neeta arrive, ready to move into their new home!

Elsewhere, Mercedes declines having Lexi to avoid getting hurt again; Marnie is furious when Mac accuses her of being a bad parent; Lily tries to manage Scott’s expectations about his biological parents to no effect; and Neeta and Sally are forced to move out of their flat because of pest control issues.

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


Doctors Pick of the Plots logo

Valerie wonders if she can hear something running through the roof. No-one agrees with her, least of all Daniel, who pushes her and she says she has seen nothing. He tells Jimmi about it, and how he can’t put her down too much or she’ll suffer a meltdown in professional confidence. To help, they award Valerie a hastily assembled certificate as a Trusted Team Member. She is delighted. But her continued probing about the noises is met with Daniel’s belief it’ll all be fine in the end. Valerie continues to hear noises, and investigates, getting a ladder and climbing into the roof with a torch. Her delight at finding a rat – proving she was right – is short-lived when the roof gives way.

Karl is keeping a sleep diary, he is struggling to get a decent kip and is still always tired. He searches the internet for info on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. He calls a number and asks to speak to Jude. Sometime later, Jude arrives. He is a CFS sufferer, and talks to people about it, how it is and how to deal with it. Later, Karl clashes with Ayesha following Jude’s visit.

Elsewhere, Karen has to deal with a patient who makes a shocking discovery after some regular tests reveal something very unexpected.

Doctors, Friday at 1.45pm on BBC One.


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