Michael (Steve John Shepherd) turns to Alice for babysitting help later this month, unaware that she is hoping for a relationship with him.
A stressed-out Michael needs the extra support as he is left with a big workload when his business partner Jack decides to leave the Square for a while after calling off his wedding to Sharon Rickman.
Alice (Jasmyn Banks) is delighted to have the chance to impress Michael, so she gets a new hairstyle and seeks advice from Poppy Meadow on how to impress her 'mystery man'.
Later, Alice puts all of Poppy's advice into action when she sees Michael, and she thinks her efforts are working when he buys her some perfume as a thank-you gift for helping out with Scarlett.
When Alice misreads the signals and makes a move on Michael, will he be interested?
Later that day, it's clear that Alice isn't Michael's only problem when he receives a shock visitor. As Michael opens the door, he is stunned to see who's standing in front of him - Janine (Charlie Brooks) is back and she means business…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Thursday, April 18 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
> 'EastEnders': Charlie Brooks returns to filming
> 'EastEnders' Charlie Brooks: 'I don't want fans to tire of Janine'
> 'EastEnders' exit for Michael Moon actor Steve John Shepherd
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Over on Hollyoaks, Jacqui McQueen leaves the village for good after making a brave attempt to save her sister Mercedes from her kidnapper.
With Clare Devine still demanding a huge ransom in exchange for Mercy's safe return, Jacqui (Claire Cooper) knows that drastic action is needed to get her back - which means carrying out more work for Trudy Ryan.
Jacqui hatches a plan to con a dangerous guy called Trevor, who is one of Trudy's contacts.
The scheme involves selling an empty van to Trevor for £50,000, under the pretence that it contains a big stash of vodka. They'll then sell the actual vodka-laden truck to Nana McQueen's dodgy friend for another £50,000.
Phoebe (Mandip Gill) soon throws a spanner in the works by insisting on coming with Jacqui as she embarks on the risky plot.
The pair are then left with a big decision to make when Jacqui goes to inspect the cargo in the van and finds five illegal immigrants smuggled away. What will Jacqui do about them?
Later in the week, Jacqui's troubles are only just beginning as Trevor is on the warpath following her attempt to con him.
A dangerous showdown almost leads to Jacqui's death as Trevor furiously confronts her, and it's her on-off love interest Tony Hutchinson (Nick Pickard) who saves the day by smashing a computer monitor over his head.
Realising that life in the village is no longer safe for her, an emotional Jacqui departs Hollyoaks alone after saying a heartbreaking goodbye to Tony, who has been planning to propose to her.
It's clear that Jacqui has missed out on her own happy ending, but has she done enough to save Mercy?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Friday, April 19 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
> 'Hollyoaks': Claire Cooper leaving Jacqui McQueen role
> 'Hollyoaks' Claire Cooper: 'I decided to leave a year ago'
> 'Hollyoaks': Surprise pregnancy storyline revealed
> Read more 'Hollyoaks' spoilers and news
Coming up on Coronation Street, former Waterloo Road actress Katie McGlynn makes her first appearance as new character Sinead Tinker.
Sinead is the niece of existing regular Beth (Lisa George) and is being brought into Weatherfield as a new love interest for Chesney Brown (Sam Aston).
The arrival of Sinead comes just as it seems that there is no way back for Chesney's relationship with Katy Armstrong (Georgia May Foote).
Determined to make amends for her fling with Ryan Connor, Katy quits her job at the kebab shop so that she can concentrate on getting her family life back on track. Unfortunately, it seems that Chesney still can't forgive her.
Deciding to bring some happiness back to Chesney's life, Beth invites him to join her and Kirk as they head out for a drink with Sinead.
Although Chesney is reluctant, Beth has high hopes that Sinead and Chesney will become an item.
Chesney and Sinead end up getting along well, but when Katy sees them at the Bistro, the atmosphere is extremely awkward and the young mum leaves upset. Could this push Katy back into Ryan's arms, or will she continue to fight for Chesney?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Friday, April 19 at 8.30pm on ITV.
> 'Coronation Street' role for 'Waterloo Road' actress Katie McGlynn
> 'Coronation Street': Sam Aston teases new romance for Chesney
> 'Coronation Street' Georgia May Foote: 'Katy will be jealous over Chesney'
> Read more 'Coronation Street' spoilers and news
Meanwhile, Emmerdale's Andy Sugden shares a surprise kiss with Amy Wyatt later this month.
Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) is currently in a relationship with Amy's wayward mother Kerry, but he finds himself drawn to Amy on the night of Adam Barton's 21st birthday party.
Amy (Chelsea Halfpenny) has arranged to miss the beginning of the party as she is babysitting Andy's kids, on the agreement that Kerry will later come to take over.
Unfortunately, when Amy calls Kerry (Laura Norton) to follow through with her promise, she doesn't answer the phone as she is too busy giving Adam a lap dance at the party!
As Andy watches on, he tells Kerry to think of Amy and behave herself, before storming out when she refuses to listen.
Returning home alone, Andy tells Amy what Kerry is up to and she decides to miss the party altogether, not wanting to face the embarrassment.
The tension soon rises as Andy compliments Amy, and a charged moment leads to a kiss…
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Wednesday, April 17 at 7pm on ITV.
> 'Emmerdale' Laura Norton: 'Kerry Wyatt is a liability'
> 'Emmerdale': Laura Norton reveals Kerry's babysitting mistake
> Read more 'Emmerdale' spoilers and news
Over on Doctors, Mrs Tembe's relationship with Gordon Clement finally moves on a stage as they're both honest about wanting a physical relationship.
Although Mrs Tembe (Lorna Laidlaw) and Gordon (Steven Elder) are both keen to sleep together, it's not easy for them as they're not quite sure how to communicate this to each other.
In the end, Gordon decides to take the bull by the horns by inviting Mrs Tembe over for a romantic dinner.
Realising that Gordon is intent on seducing her, Mrs Tembe gets nervous and locks herself in the toilet to think.
When Mrs Tembe emerges, Gordon has given up and called a taxi for her. However, she then surprises him by leaning in for a kiss and asking him to take her to bed…
Doctors airs these scenes on Thursday, April 18 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
> 'Doctors' star Lorna Laidlaw excited over Mrs Tembe romance
> Read more 'Doctors' spoilers and news
Coronation Street topped our storyline poll last week as 45.8% of you chose Tyrone visiting Kirsty in prison as the best plot.
Hollyoaks took second place with 31.1% for Browning's fury over Clare, while Emmerdale was third with 11.3% for Nikhil's stag night.
EastEnders was fourth with 9.5% for Phil and Sharon's kiss, while Doctors took fifth with 2.3% for the Emma and Sam flashback episode.
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