Joey turns his attentions to Whitney (Shona McGarty) as they both attend Abi's belated 16th birthday party in an upcoming episode.
When the pair are alone in the kitchen, Joey (David Witts) can't resist bad-mouthing Whitney's boyfriend Tyler Moon, having previously fallen out with the ex-antiques dealer.
The Walford schemer than moves in for a kiss with Whitney and she finds herself responding.
Although Whitney pulls away shortly afterwards, Joey is smug over the encounter. Will he keep quiet about what happened between them?
EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, October 9 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Over on Coronation Street, Deirdre Barlow is in for an unpleasant surprise as she discovers that Wendy Crozier is back in Ken's life.
Deirdre (Anne Kirkbride) grows suspicious in the coming days when she realises that Ken is starting to lie to her about his whereabouts.
Although Ken (Bill Roache) isn't having an affair, he is starting to spend more time with ex-lover Wendy Crozier (Roberta Kerr) as part of their commitments as school governors - and definitely doesn't want Deirdre to find out that they are back in contact.
The final straw for Deirdre comes on Ken's birthday when he snubs the chance to spend time with her, claiming that he has a meeting to attend with Brian Packham.
Deirdre isn't sure that she can trust Ken and her fears are confirmed when she bumps into Brian at The Kabin and he doesn't know anything about the meeting.
Soon afterwards, Deirdre spots Ken heading off in a cab. Determined to get answers, she collars Rita who's getting into her car and the pair follow Ken.
When Ken arrives at his destination, Deirdre is in for the shock of her life when she sees him greeting Wendy with a friendly kiss on the cheek. How will Deirdre react to Wendy being back on the scene?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, October 8 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
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Coming up on Emmerdale, the moment that the Maceys have been waiting for finally arrives as Declan's festival kicks off.
A number of the village's residents attend the music event after bagging tickets for themselves, while Declan (Jason Merrells) is delighted by his big-name performers as he introduces The Proclaimers on the stage.
Scouting For Girls headline the festival too, with a number of local bands also on the set list.
While the event looks set to be remembered as a huge success, a Home Farm plot seems to be afoot as Declan and Katie (Sammy Winward) are scheming against Megan and Robbie.
Megan and Robbie look forward to leaving for London with a healthy profit after the festival, but Declan secretly vows that they won't get a penny after everything that's happened recently. Who will end up with the last laugh?
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Thursday, October 11 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks couple Darren and Nancy Osborne will hit the rocks after their baby arrives prematurely.
Nancy (Jessica Fox) is about to go into labour just 26 weeks into her pregnancy, but there is relief all round when her child is delivered safely by Caesarean section.
In the hours that follow, however, the parents are told that their tiny baby may have brain damage.
The news pushes Darren (Ashley Taylor Dawson) to breaking point as he can't help but feel this is all down to Nancy, after she ignored his warnings about the stress she was putting herself under while pregnant.
At first, Darren tries to keep quiet about how he really feels, but in the end he loses his temper with Nancy and gives her some harsh home truths.
With more tests needed to determine the wellbeing of the baby, Jack is hopeful that he can talk Darren round. However, Darren later shocks everyone by asking Nancy for a divorce. Is there any way back for the popular couple?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes from Monday, October 8 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Doctors, Kevin Tyler is in for a shock when he discovers that Jas Khella has taken on a phone sex job in order to make ends meet.
Jas (Vineeta Rishi) hopes to hide what she is up to when she asks to borrow Kevin's house to make some 'telesales calls', but he soon learns the truth about what is going on.
Kevin (Simon Rivers) initially finds the whole thing amusing as Jas's callers seem absurd, but he soon becomes alarmed when she receives a call that is aggressive and threatening.
After snatching the phone to warn off the man, Kevin asks Jas whether this new job is really necessary - but she insists that she needs the extra money for rent.
In the end, Kevin tries to resolve the matter by inviting Jas to move back in with him - no arguments…
Doctors airs these scenes on Monday, October 8 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 48.3% of you chose Nancy's premature labour as the best plot.
EastEnders took second place with 23.6% for Abi and Jay's reunion, while Coronation Street was third with 13.3% for Maria's health scare.
Emmerdale claimed fourth with 13.1% for Jai scrambling to keep his secret, while Doctors was fifth with 1.7% for the arrival of new character Emma.
Don't forget to vote in the poll below to let us know which storyline sounds best this week!
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