Having turned up in Chester, Donna-Marie Quinn, (Lucy-Jo Hudson), goes round to James Nightingale’s house and starts hammering on the door, shouting that it’s time he knew the truth? Is the lawyer about to discover he’s a dad and his son is Romeo?
Elsewhere it’s Dee Dee and Rose’s birthday and Diane and Tony Hutchinson have bought them both bikes.
Tegan tries to persuade Diane (Alex Fletcher) to let her throw a special party but there’s suddenly alarming news from the hospital: Dee Dee has taken a turn for the worse and the medics announce they need to put the little girl into a coma.
Over at The Loft, Tony, (Nick Pickard) is throwing Harry a stag do before he ties the knot with Ste. The partying is underway but when Harry discovers that James is going on a date, he’s riddled with jealousy.
Harry and James get into a heated conversation and Harry warns James to keep his mouth shut about their secret affair but has someone just overheard them? And if so is it all about to kick off before the wedding?
Meanwhile Kim Butterfield (Daisy Wood-Davis) who has grown increasingly paranoid over Farrah and Grace’s relationship, decides she can no longer stick around and needs to leave Hollyoaks.
She is at the bus stop waiting for the next ride out of town when who should she bump int, but her very own pop idol, 80s pop star Rick Astley!
Will she have a change of heart and will seeing Rick encourage her to stick around Chester?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4