Carla (Alison King) has struggled to work with Frank (Andrew Lancel) at the factory in recent days, and things are about to get worse when he sabotages her hopes of landing a lucrative new contract.
When Carla and Michelle (Kym Marsh) meet up with potential buyer Jenny Sumner (Niky Wardley) at the Bistro, everything seems to be going well until Frank turns up and starts interfering.
Frank's antics are enough to put off Jenny altogether, and Carla is furious that she has lost out on the contract.
Later, Carla is annoyed further when she spots Frank, Anne and Sally toasting their success at landing a big order after her own deal was blown. Will Carla start to reconsider Frank's offer to buy her out of the factory, or will she stand firm?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, February 20 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
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Over on EastEnders, Anthony Moon's blossoming relationship with Amira Shah continues to develop as he comes up with a romantic surprise for her.
Anthony (Matt Lapinskas) is determined to impress Amira (Preeya Kalidas), but he becomes frustrated when she suggests some expensive plans for the evening. However, when Alfie compares the couple to Lady and the Tramp, Anthony gets a sudden idea.
Later, Anthony surprises Amira with a home-cooked meal and reveals that he has transformed the lounge into a gothic setting using stock from the antiques emporium.
Touched by Anthony's thoughtfulness, Amira begins to wonder whether he is her knight in shining armour after all…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Friday, February 24 at 8pm on BBC One.
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Coming up in Emmerdale, Gaynor Faye makes her debut on the soap as she takes on the role of Declan's half-sister Megan Macey.
As Declan (Jason Merrells) still hopes to go ahead with his plans for a musical festival, Nicola and Charity both angle for a job organising the event. However, they're in for a shock when Declan brings Megan to the village and introduces her as his new festival manager.
Later, though, it becomes clear that Megan may still need some convincing as she bickers with Declan over whether she really will join forces with him. Declan is eager to have Megan on board as he knows she has the right skills, but she remains unsure - leaving him frustrated.
At the same time, Katie (Sammy Winward) isn't entirely bowled over by the new arrival as she had no idea that Declan had a half-sister. The pair also get off on the wrong foot when Megan dismisses Katie, assuming that she's only a Home Farm staff member.
In the end, Declan gets tough with Megan by giving her a one-day deadline to make a decision about the festival job, and Katie is pleased to see him stand up to her. What will Megan decide?
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Friday, February 24 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks' Mercedes McQueen is at the centre of trouble in upcoming episodes as her behaviour continues to spiral out of control.
Myra and the other McQueens become concerned for Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) later this month as she seems to be depressed in the aftermath of the recent turmoil in her life.
Wanting to help, the family drag Mercedes out to a party at Chez Chez - but they get more than they bargained for when the man-eater sets her sights on newcomer Ally (Dan O'Connor) and makes a move on him!
In the days that follow, Mercedes's wild antics get worse, prompting Jacqui to realise that the family have to do something about it - and soon!
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, February 21 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Doctors, the soap's domestic abuse storyline continues as Heston makes the huge decision to let unstable Marina back into his life.
Although Marina (Marian McLoughlin) has vowed to turn over a new leaf, her irritable nature soon returns as she starts complaining about Heston's snoring.
Becoming fixated on the matter, Marina suggests that Heston (Owen Brenman) should lose some weight to deal with the situation - adding that laser surgery could also help.
Later, when Marina rants at Heston for suggesting that they could invite Ian over, it's clear that she's back to her old tricks - and it won't be long before things take another dramatic turn for the worse…
Doctors airs these scenes on Monday, February 20 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Emmerdale triumphed in our storyline poll last week as 56.5% of you chose John and Moira's horrific accident as the best plot.
EastEnders came second with 19.6% for Tyler confessing his feelings for Whitney, while Hollyoaks was third with 12.8% with Nancy preparing to leave the village.
Doctors managed to bag fourth place with 6.1% for the arrival of Daniel and Zara's baby, while Coronation Street took fifth with 5.0% for Tyrone proposing to Kirsty.
Don't forget to vote in the poll below and let us know which storyline sounds best this week!