Brody Hudson (Adam Woodward) is still in turmoil over his abuser, Buster’s, trial and when he spots a newspaper article outlining the court case, he freaks and freezes to the spot.
Later on Sienna Blake (Anna Passey) is scared when she is woken in the middle of the night and finds Brody sleepwalking and destroying all the paper masks she has spent hours making in preparation for the school’s looming Ofsted inspection. Can Sienna calm Brody down?
Elsewhere, Jonny’s step-dad Terry tells the police that Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) attacked him and it’s not long before DS Yates has taken Ste in for questioning.
Jonny (Ray Quinn) is alarmed by what’s happened and gives the police CCTV footage proving that Ste is innocent.
Plus Yazz Maalik (Haeisha Mistry) and Alfie Nightingale (Richard Linnell) have both decided to take internships in Washington DC but haven’t yet plucked up the courage to tell their families about their exciting new plans abroad.
Alfie is on the verge of spilling all to his brother James, but the timing is wrong meanwhile, Romeo is baffled when he overhears Alfie practicing his leaving speech. He immediately presumes that Alfie is suffering another manic episode. Will Romeo tell James what he’s witnessed?
Meanwhile, teacher Nancy (Jessica Fox) is stressing about the Ofsted inspection. Kyle (Adam Rickitt) rallies round to try and help her but when Nancy admits that she’s missing Darren, Kyle decides to take matters into his own hands.
He is certain she needs a bit of fun and attention in her life and secretly installs a dating app on her phone. How how will Nancy react when she discovers her ex is trying to set her up?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4