Chris gleefully announces the news to Lloyd (Craig Charles) as the two men have a massive row in this Friday's double bill, and things get worse for Lloyd when Cheryl confesses that she's fallen in love with her ex again.
Steve is there to support Lloyd as he struggles to accept the fact that he's lost Cheryl, but it's clear that moving on will be a difficult task for the heartbroken cabbie.
As all parties involved try to come to terms with what's happened, Cheryl pays a visit to Lloyd at the cab office to apologise and check that he's okay. However, Lloyd sends her packing - making it clear that he doesn't want her sympathy.
When Cheryl is gone, Karl (John Michie) makes a misguided attempt to cheer Lloyd up by claiming that he's better off without the bar manager - branding her a "freeloader" and a "user".
However, Lloyd is in no mood to hear anyone insulting Cheryl and flies at Karl - before sacking him on the spot! Can Lloyd get over Cheryl and will Chris's sick lies over his condition be exposed?
These scenes air on Monday, November 14 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
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Over on EastEnders, Albert Square will soon bid farewell to Jodie Gold and Poppy Meadow as they decide to leave Walford behind.
Jodie soon leaves Poppy (Rachel Bright) fuming by confessing that she kissed Anthony, and later decides that it's time to go as there isn't anything keeping her in the area.
While Jodie (Kylie Babbington) packs up the last of her things at the Moon household, Poppy arrives to speak to her best friend. The pair eventually make up, but soon break the news to Tyler and Anthony that it's not just Jodie who's moving out - it's both of them.
An EastEnders insider commented: "Anthony and Tyler try to find a way to get the girls to speak again in the hope that Jodie will stay.
"They manage to trick Poppy into going to meet Jodie, but their plan backfires when the girls tell them that they have made up but will now both be leaving Walford."
These scenes air on Monday, November 14 at 8pm on BBC One.
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Coming up in Emmerdale, Ashley Thomas fears for the future of his marriage as he begins to suspect that Laurel is having an affair with Marlon.
Ashley (John Middleton) finally realises that something is amiss between the guilty pair in forthcoming episodes, so he decides to test the waters with Laurel by suggesting that they could renew their wedding vows. Laurel is shocked by the idea and Ashley knows quite well what's preventing her enthusiasm.
When Marlon hears that Ashley wants a second wedding, he's appalled and decides to issue Laurel (Charlotte Bellamy) with an ultimatum. Marlon declares that Laurel can either stay with Ashley and make the vows, or she can leave to be with him.
The next day, Marlon tells Laurel that he'll be at a hotel that night if she wants to be with him properly. Laurel realises the enormity of what he's asking with a mixture of excitement and fear, before ultimately agreeing to meet him there.
When Ashley returns home and finds Laurel dressed to go out, she tells him that she's meeting a friend who's having problems with her husband.
However, Ashley doesn't believe his wife and his worst fears are confirmed when he discovers that Marlon has the night off work. Is it curtains for Laurel and Ashley?
These scenes air on Wednesday, November 16 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks welcomes a newcomer to the village later this month as Dodger and Will's cousin Dennis Savage turns up.
Confident and full of beans, Dennis looks likely to cause a stir as he gets to know the locals - but Dodger doesn't seem pleased to see him!
Keen not to have his cousin staying with him in the already-crowded caravan, Dodger manages to solve the problem by convincing Texas to let Dennis move in with her and Leanne.
Soon afterwards, when Dodger's womanising ways finally catch up with him, Will and Dennis are left to face the consequences…
Dennis is played by Joe Tracini, best known for his roles as Darren 'DK' Karrimore in BBC Three comedy Coming of Age and Spike Bannon in Boomerang's My Spy Family.
These scenes air on Tuesday, November 15 and Thursday, November 17 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Finally, coming up on Doctors, Imogen tests the patience of the Hollins family as she tries to learn how to drive.
Under pressure from Karen, Rob (Chris Walker) agrees to teach his daughter, but it soon becomes clear that Imogen is not an easy pupil as she spots Jack with his new girlfriend Sarah and loses her concentration behind the wheel.
When Imogen (Charlie Clemmow) narrowly misses some roadworks because she's distracted by Jack's love life, an angry Rob cuts the lesson short and takes her back home.
Karen (Jan Pearson) vows that she'll have more success teaching Imogen, but she soon becomes alarmed by her erratic driving. When Imogen spots Jack with a different girl, she loses her concentration yet again and ends up in another sticky situation.
With Karen also dismissing her daughter as a lost cause, Imogen decides to enlist Jack's help next. Will she be able to prove herself behind the wheel?
These scenes air on Wednesday, November 16 and Thursday, November 17 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 48.7% of you chose Brendan losing control in prison as the best plot.
EastEnders was second with 29.1% for Jane's return, while Emmerdale took third place with 9.6% for Debbie and Andy's deception.
Coronation Street was fourth with 9.5% for Chesney's sad news over Schmeichel, while Doctors was fifth with 3.1% for Zara and Mrs Tembe's detective work.
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