Michelle (Kym Marsh) and Ciaran (Keith Duffy) are only planning a brief visit to announce that they're engaged, but as they arrive back, they're stunned to discover that Carla is in turmoil.
With Underworld still facing financial ruin due to Frank's recent actions, Carla (Alison King) is unable to pay her workers and when they complain about this, she snaps and fires them all.
As Michelle and Ciaran return to the chaotic situation, Carla opens up over everything that she's been through recently. Feeling pushed to breaking point, Carla says that she can only see one way out of her current mess - and that's to drop the rape charges against Frank.
Michelle quickly pleads with Carla not to let Frank off the hook, offering to take charge of the factory while Carla goes off on holiday to clear her head. Will Carla listen?
These scenes air on Thursday, November 3 at 8.30pm on ITV1.
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Over on EastEnders, another romance twist takes place on the Square as Anthony Moon shares a kiss with Jodie - even though he's dating her best mate Poppy.
When the ditzy duo move in with the Moon brothers as they can't afford to pay the rent at their old place, Poppy realises that she's attracted to Anthony and he welcomes her interest. However, he's also secretly aware that he has feelings for Jodie (Kylie Babbington).
Events take an unexpected turn when the Moons unload a van of stock for the antiques emporium and come across a cat that has snuck in. The cat runs away and when Jodie and Anthony (Matt Lapinskas) bump into each other while searching for him, they end up locking lips.
Jodie knows that Poppy seems smitten with Anthony, so could there be trouble ahead between the best friends?
An EastEnders insider commented: "Anthony still can't decide whether he likes Jodie or Poppy. He and Poppy flirt with each other earlier in the day but when he runs into Jodie, he can't help himself and kisses her."
These scenes air on Thursday, November 3 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Coming up in Emmerdale, Nikhil Sharma's jealousy over Gennie's relationship with Nicky will soon reach new heights - leading to a violent showdown.
Nikhil (Rik Makarem) becomes convinced that Nicky is cheating on Gennie when he spots the charming vet looking cosy on a night out with another woman. His suspicions are fuelled later in the week when Nicky leaves his phone on the bar at The Woolpack and a call from 'Fit Vicky' flashes up.
When Nikhil accuses Nicky (Matt Milburn) of doing the dirty on Gennie, his bubble is burst as he learns that 'Fit Vicky' is actually an old mate of Nicky's who is now married to his brother.
However, as the week continues, it seems that Nikhil is unable to let this go. Discovering that Nicky has made a suspicious excuse for missing work, Nikhil follows his rival to a pub and sees him giving Vicky a kiss on the cheek during a secret meeting.
Later, back at The Woolpack, Nikhil is on the warpath and punches Nicky in front of shocked punters. However, he's soon left totally humiliated when Vicky enters and Nicky explains that she's merely helping to get Gennie a job at a car dealership.
Gennie (Sian Reese-Williams) is furious at Nikhil's constant inference and screams at him to leave her alone from now on. Has Nikhil blown his chances with Gennie for good?
These scenes air on Friday, November 4 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks' Halloween episode sees a terrible turn of events as serial killer Silas Blissett commits another murder.
After spending a week terrifying Lynsey (Karen Hassan) with his vow to claim another victim at midnight on October 31, Silas is in his element as Fright Night arrives at Chez Chez.
The twisted villain ramps up the terror by dressing as the Grim Reaper, but only Lynsey can see his horrific intentions and nobody believes her when she tries to warn the villagers of the danger that everybody is in.
As the night draws to a close, Silas (Jeff Rawle) follows through with his threat and viciously attacks the partygoer who's wearing the Catwoman outfit. Soon afterwards, the village is left stunned as everyone realises that the serial killer has struck again…
These scenes air on Monday, October 31 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Doctors, Daniel (Matthew Chambers) returns from Greece at the beginning of next month and suggests to Zara that it's time to share their baby news.
Zara (Elisabeth Dermot-Walsh) is keen to wait for another week or two, but she finally has to come clean when Julia tries to give her a long-term project.
After initially telling Julia and Heston that they're expecting a baby, Daniel and Zara then gather everyone else together to make their happy announcement.
The couple's colleagues are all delighted - although Cherry feels put out when she realises that Zara's due date is the same day she was planning to marry Jimmi! Can Jimmi get a sobbing Cherry to calm down over the situation?
These scenes air on Thursday, November 3 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 49.7% of you chose Silas's sick game with Lynsey as the best plot of the week.
Coronation Street came second with 28.3% for John Stape's return, while Emmerdale was third with 16.0% for Moira sleeping with Cain.
EastEnders came fourth with 5.1% for Pat's romance with Norman, while Doctors took fifth place with 0.9% for Julia discovering Patrick's affair.
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