Bill and Pam will soon pay a visit to the street with the happy news that they're engaged, but old animosities are reignited when Kevin announces that he's planning to change baby Jack's surname from Dobbs to Webster. Pam is appalled by the idea, claiming that it's not what Molly would want.
Pam is also shocked that the mechanic is back living at the family home and brands Sally a mug for letting Kevin walk all over her. Sally comes to realise that Pam is right and tells her ex-husband that it's time for him to leave.
In the aftermath of Sally's decision, Kevin lashes out at Pam, claiming that she's to blame for him being kicked out. The argument escalates and Bill is left to referee, but the strain takes its toll and he suddenly clutches his chest.
As Bill falls to the ground, it's clear that he's suffering a heart attack. Will he be okay and what impact will this have on the Websters?
These scenes air on Friday, September 30 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
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Over on EastEnders, Tyler will continue to pursue Whitney in the coming days as he gets back on his feet following his recent health drama.
The Walford charmer tries his best flirtatious moves on Whitney in the hope of scoring a date with her, but he's left disappointed when nothing seems to work.
Whitney knows that she does like Tyler but she feels apprehensive about going on a date with him. However, in the end it's Fatboy who encourages her to have faith in herself.
When Whitney finally meets Tyler, they sit in an awkward silence - but she soon surprises him by leaning in for a kiss.
An EastEnders insider commented: "Tyler has been trying to impress Whitney all day but she doesn't appear to be falling for his charms.
"However, after Whitney talks to Fatboy, she plucks up the courage to approach Tyler and he is ecstatic when she leans in to kiss him."
These scenes air on Friday, September 30 at 8pm on BBC One.
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Coming up in Emmerdale, Hazel becomes increasingly worried about Aaron's state of mind as his dark storyline continues.
When Hazel catches up with Aaron at Jackson's grave, she's unsuccessful in her latest attempt to reach out to him. However, she can sense that something is wrong with the young mechanic, who's desperately trying to fight the urge to self-harm.
Aaron is more friendly with Hazel when they see each other at the pub later in the day, but she remains unconvinced that all is well with him.
Keen to re-establish her connection with Aaron, Hazel asks him to help her with her shopping bags when she sees him the next day, but he hates being back in the house where Jackson died and angrily tells her that he never wants to see her again.
Frustrated that Aaron is blowing hot and cold, Hazel follows him to the garage - but she's unprepared for the extent of his fury as he loses control, threatens her and smashes a wrench into a car…
These scenes air on Thursday, September 29 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks' Gilly Roach realises that settling back into the village won't be as easy as he thought when he faces the fury of the McQueen family.
In the days following his return, Gilly gets a chance to rebuild his life when Cheryl offers him a job at Chez Chez. However, the news doesn't go down well with Rhys, who resigns in protest.
The next day, Myra and the McQueens decide to confront Gilly themselves over his alleged rape of Jacqui, leading to more divisions in the village as Frankie stands firm in her defence of him. Jacqui, meanwhile, is horrified when she learns of her family's intervention.
Things get worse for Gilly when he hears that Tom is being bullied at school because of him, which prompts him to move out of the Osbornes' house so that the youngster doesn't have any more hassles.
Gilly is later relieved to find a home with Cheryl, but how will he cope with living in such close proximity to Jacqui and her loved ones in the weeks ahead?
These scenes air on Tuesday, September 27 and Wednesday, September 28 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Elsewhere, after Doctors newcomer Lauren Porter is murdered by Harrison next week, staff at The Mill become curious when she doesn't turn up for work.
As the mystery continues, Mrs Tembe tells anyone who will listen how nasty Lauren is, having endured an unpleasant period working with her recently. However, when Zara points out that she's not being very Christian, Mrs Tembe suggests to Julia that they should check on Lauren to make sure she's okay.
When the pair arrive at Lauren's, they're surprised to see that the curtains are drawn, so Mrs Tembe steps on a plant pot and looks through a crack in the curtains in the hope of seeing something.
Soon afterwards, the women break in and are horrified to find Lauren's dead body. As Mrs Tembe cries hysterically, a shocked Julia calls 999 before trying to comfort her shaken colleague. It's not long before a murder investigation is launched - will Harrison be caught out?
These scenes air on Monday, September 26 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 40% of you picked out Gilly's return to the village as the best plot of the week.
Coronation Street came second with 27.2% for Carla calling off her wedding, EastEnders was third with 22.7% for Darren and Jodie's stag and hen nights, while Emmerdale took fourth place with 10.1% for Nicola and Jimmy's reunion.
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