Carl's half-sister Scarlett Nicholls and his two children Thomas and Anya are among those who head back to the village for the sombre service, which takes place on November 1.
After struggling to write a eulogy for the occasion, Jimmy (Nick Miles) initially considers not attending at all - but everyone is relieved when he eventually appears and seems ready for what lies ahead.
As the hearse creeps through the village, a caring Scarlett (Kelsey-Beth Crossley) tries to be there for her family as she comforts Anya and tries to take Thomas's hand.
Soon afterwards, Jude begins the service in the church but it's clear that Thomas is struggling more than most, devastated by the knowledge that his father was murdered.
Cynical over Jude's words and upset by Jimmy's eulogy, Thomas shocks everyone with an outburst in the church and then leaves. Can he be convinced to come back and pay his last respects to his dad?
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Thursday, November 1 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Over on Coronation Street, Tina McIntyre has a massive decision to make as the soap's surrogacy storyline continues.
Tina (Michelle Keegan) has agreed to have a baby for Gary Windass and Izzy Armstrong, but as the day of the embryo transfer arrives, it becomes uncertain whether she'll go through with the idea at all.
As Tina's boyfriend Tommy (Chris Fountain) gives her a lift to the clinic, he makes one last attempt to convince her that she's making a big mistake. Stopping the car, he explains that he just can't cope with the idea of the surrogacy and if she goes ahead with it, he'll leave her.
Back at the clinic, Izzy (Cherylee Houston) is panicking as Tina hasn't turned up yet. She tries to call her, but is forced to give up when the doctor announces that they've missed their slot.
Izzy and Gary (Mikey North) hear that the embryos will still be viable for another 24 hours, so it's imperative that their surrogate attends tomorrow. But how will Tina respond to Tommy's ultimatum?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, October 29 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
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Coming up on EastEnders, Joey and Lauren's romance storyline kicks off properly as they share a kiss.
The pair's chemistry comes to a head shortly after Joey (David Witts) has ended his relationship with Lucy, which leads to him moving into the Branning house after packing his bags at the Beale residence.
Later that day, Lauren (Jacqueline Jossa) is feeling depressed with her life, so she heads to the R&R to drown her sorrows. As Lauren knocks back the booze, a protective Joey watches her like a hawk the whole night.
When Joey sees some boys get too close to Lauren at the club, he immediately throws them out and walks his drunken cousin home.
Offering some advice as they arrive back, Joey suggests that Lauren should change her life if she is so unhappy and even offers to move out, explaining that he doesn't want to be another thing that Lauren runs away from.
As the pair look at each other, there is a clear attraction between them and Lauren moves in for a kiss…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Thursday, November 1 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks revisits Ste Hay's aggressive side when his mother Pauline turns up in the village.
Ste (Kieron Richardson) is shocked when Pauline arrives on his doorstep unexpectedly, especially when he learns that his fiancé Doug Carter (PJ Brennan) was the one who invited her.
Pauline tries to play the victim when she realises that Ste wants nothing to do with her, but her nasty attitude soon becomes apparent when she calls her son "queer".
Struggling to cope with the situation, Ste begins to lose control of his own behaviour, and his ex-lover Brendan Brady (Emmett Scanlan) is later startled to see him smashing up the deli.
As Brendan tries to calm him down, Ste is shocked by his own actions and begins to consider that they're not so different after all.
In the end, Brendan saves the day for Ste by paying Pauline to leave the village, and she shows her true colours by taking the money over her son.
Livid that Brendan is still playing such a big role in Ste's life, Doug begins to realise that something needs to be done about him once and for all. But what?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, October 30 and Wednesday, October 31 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Doctors, practice manager Howard Bellamy decides to bring The Mill's staff members closer together with a day of team building - military style!
Most of the team are horrified over his plans, especially when they arrive at an alarmingly difficult assault course and Howard (Ian Kelsey) vows to make soldiers of them yet.
When Heston insists that Howard shouldn't be exempt from the hard work, their leader soon shows what he's made of with an impressive performance on the course.
With the rest of the staff unenthusiastic and worried that they'll be far less capable, will Howard's big idea get the results that he's hoping for?
Doctors airs these scenes on Friday, November 2 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 44.2% of you chose Lynsey's funeral as the best plot.
EastEnders came second with 30.3% for Joey and Lauren's chemistry, while Coronation Street was third with 22.1% for Ryan proposing to Tracy.
Doctors placed fourth with 3.4% for Chris's arrival at The Mill.
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