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'Hollyoaks' bullies, Corrie plan, 'EastEnders' punch, 'Emmerdale' Cain

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Hollyoaks airs the scenes that fans have been waiting for early next month as the truth about Esther Bloom's bullying ordeal is finally revealed.

Esther (Jazmine Franks) recently made a suicide attempt after Ruby Button and Sinead O'Connor had made her life hell with months of torment, but the twisted pair have so far managed to keep their true colours hidden.

In a week's time, Esther's situation becomes critical in hospital as she desperately needs a new liver within 24 hours. Preparing for the worst, Esther asks Dylan Shaw to help her record a video message which must only be shown if she dies.

Amid the mounting concern for Esther, Ruby (Anna Shaffer) finally starts to feel guilty for her role in causing the dire situation.

Fortunately, a donor is found for Esther, but when she is taken into the operating theatre, the pressure becomes too much for Ruby and she finally reveals everything to the Osbornes, who are shocked to the core by her confession.

Ruby also tries to reveal the truth at the O'Connors', but is thrown out. When John Paul then spots Ruby, he wants to talk to her as he has discovered who the bullies were after seeing Dylan editing Esther's video.

When John Paul chases Ruby, she ends up being knocked over by Jack's car in a dramatic accident. Will she be okay?

Jack accidentally hits Ruby with his car.

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Ruby is hit by Jacks car.

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Ruby is hit by Jacks car.

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Jack and John-Paul run to Ruby.

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Meanwhile, at the O'Connor house, Diane (Alex Fletcher) starts to become suspicious over Sinead's behaviour at last.

Fearing that her stepdaughter could be a bully, Diane decides to search through Sinead's laptop and is horrified to discover evidence of her mistreatment of Esther.

Diane is disgusted with Sinead (Stephanie Davis), but she also fears that this could jeopardise her own job at the sixth form college - especially as Dodger's father Patrick Blake is plotting a zero-tolerance approach to bullying after taking over as headmaster.

With this in mind, will Diane really expose Sinead's terrible behaviour?

Diane throws Sinead's laptop across the room and slaps her

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Diane throws Sinead's laptop across the room and slaps her

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Diane throws Sinead's laptop across the room and slaps her

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Diane throws Sinead's laptop across the room and slaps her

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Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, February 5, Wednesday, February 6 and Thursday, February 7 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

> Read the latest 'Hollyoaks' spoilers and news

Over on Coronation Street, Tyrone Dobbs leaves his girlfriend Fiz Stape stunned when he decides that he wants to flee Weatherfield with baby Ruby.

Tyrone (Alan Halsall) comes up with the shocking idea after his solicitor advises him to plead guilty to the domestic violence charges he is facing, which makes him realise that he has little chance of clearing his name.

With even old friends like Sally Webster suspecting that he's a violent bully, Tyrone hits rock bottom and decides that running away with Ruby is his best option.

Tyrone's twisted ex Kirsty Soames is still denying him access to their child, but he spots an opportunity when he hears that Sophie is babysitting the youngster. Desperate, he asks Kevin to help him snatch Ruby…

When Tyrone shares his drastic plan with Fiz (Jennie McAlpine), she points out that running away is a bad idea - but she also can't bear to be apart from her lover and agrees to go with him. But is Tyrone just making everything worse?

Fiz and Tyrone in Coronation Street

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Fiz and Tyrone in Coronation Street

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Coronation Street airs these scenes on Wednesday, February 6 at 9.30pm on ITV.

> 'Coronation Street': Jennie McAlpine teases Fiz, Tyrone escape plan
> 'Coronation Street', 'Emmerdale': Schedule changes on February 5, 6
> Read the latest 'Coronation Street' spoilers and news

Coming up on EastEnders, Joey Branning's angry side rears its ugly head again as he loses his temper with Michael Moon.

Joey (David Witts) isn't pleased when his sister Alice starts working as a nanny for Michael (Steve John Shepherd) after being made redundant at work, as he can't help but be suspicious over Michael's intentions.

When Joey later discovers an expensive pair of earrings in Alice's handbag, he assumes that Michael has bought them and heads over to confront him. However, rather than denying anything, a mischievous Michael seems to enjoy winding Joey up.

As Alice (Jasmyn Banks) arrives to a heated scene, Joey declares that Michael is trying to take advantage of her and had an ulterior motive for buying the earrings.

Alice is quick to explain that she actually bought the earrings herself, which leaves Joey embarrassed. However, when Michael continues to revel in the situation, Joey snaps and punches him…

Joey Branning punches Michael Moon

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EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, February 5 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

> Read the latest 'EastEnders' spoilers and news

Meanwhile, Emmerdale's Debbie Dingle remains at the centre of trouble in the village as she seems determined to embark on a life of crime.

When Debbie (Charley Webb) meets a client named Pete, he asks her how she would feel about some extra private work involving drugs - and it's clear that she is excited by the prospect.

Debbie's mum Charity isn't impressed by Pete's presence and warns her to stay away from him. Meanwhile, village newcomer Dominic Andrews (Wil Johnson) has already made Pete's acquaintance in the past, and warns that he is bad news.

Charity and Dom end up joining forces to convince Cain (Jeff Hordley) of the trouble that Debbie might face if she gets involved with Pete, so Cain agrees to intervene by scaring him off.

Heading round to Pete's place with Dom, Cain confronts him with a baseball bat - warning him not to go near Debbie again.

With Cain interfering in Debbie's business, is her plan to get rich quick now over?

Cain Dingle and Dominic Andrews confront Pete

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Emmerdale airs these scenes on Thursday, February 7 at 8pm on ITV.

> 'Emmerdale' star Wil Johnson chats to Digital Spy
> 'Emmerdale': Cain, Moira relationship runs into trouble
> Read the latest 'Emmerdale' spoilers and news

Over on Doctors, Jimmi Clay proves an unexpected hit when he takes on the challenge of public speaking.

Jimmi (Adrian Lewis Morgan) agrees to give a speech at a GP symposium next month after being roped in by Heston Carter, who will also be taking part.

When Jimmi practises in front of Heston and Karen, however, he fails to impress either of them - and Heston is left fearful that he has chosen the wrong person. Jimmi then overhears Heston informing Howard of the worrying situation and is crushed.

As Jimmi's big moment arrives the following day, his ditches the speech he has planned at the very last minute. Talking openly about living and working with OCD instead, Jimmi hugely impresses his audience - but will Heston be as successful?

Jimmi Clay in Doctors

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Doctors airs these scenes on Wednesday, February 6 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

> Read the latest 'Doctors' spoilers and news

Coronation Street was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 51.6% of you chose Tyrone and Kirsty's wedding drama as the best plot.

Hollyoaks came second with 28.6% as Brendan had trouble ahead, while EastEnders was third with 12.8% for Tyler's fight with Joey.

Emmerdale took fourth place with 4.8% for Lisa's concern over Belle, while Doctors was fifth with 2.2% for Jeff Rawle's guest appearance.

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