Ryan (Sol Heras) pops the question following some advice from Steve McDonald, who suggests that he should make a long-term commitment to Tracy (Kate Ford) following her announcement that she is carrying his baby.
Steve is being mischievous with his idea, as what he really wants is to split up Tracy and Ryan. Unconvinced that Tracy is telling the truth about expecting a baby, Steve believes that she might back down from her scheming if Ryan becomes too serious about the relationship.
Oblivious to Steve's duplicity, Ryan invites Tracy, Michelle, Ken and Deirdre to join him at The Rovers with the intention of proving how much he loves his new girlfriend.
Asking for some hush in the pub, Ryan makes the announcement that he wants Tracy to be his wife.
Tracy's reaction is one of horror, and it's clear that she fears her deception is spiralling out of control. Failing to hide her true feelings, could this be the moment that all of Tracy's lies are revealed? And how will Ryan react if he finds out that Tracy doesn't really love him?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, October 22 at 8.30pm on ITV1.
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Over on EastEnders, Joey Branning is forced to face the music for his cocky behaviour when Lauren, Lucy and Whitney team up to punish him.
Joey (David Witts) shocks Lauren (Jacqueline Jossa) later this month when he casually tells her about the kiss that he recently shared with Whitney. Lauren immediately insists that he should come clean with girlfriend Lucy about what he's done, but when Joey refuses to do so, she persuades Whitney to tell the blonde what happened instead.
Lucy (Hetti Bywater) is furious when she learns that Joey has betrayed her, and she is particularly unimpressed by his carefree attitude towards the whole thing.
Joining forces with Lauren and Whitney (Shona McGarty) with a plan to punish him, Lucy arranges to meet Joey in the park - and fools him into thinking that she has forgiven him by letting him kiss her.
Joey is furious when Lucy then handcuffs him to a bar in the playground, vowing to keep him there for a day.
However, when Lauren hears that Joey could lose his job if he doesn't go back to work, she feels guilty and returns to free him.
As Lauren starts to un-cuff her cousin, the pair get caught up in the moment and a mischievous Joey accuses her of being jealous of his kiss with Whitney.
Livid that Joey is still behaving so arrogantly, Lauren slaps him and walks away - but is there some truth in what Joey is saying?
EastEnders airs these scenes on Friday, October 26 at 8pm on BBC One.
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There are no Emmerdale pictures this week due to the secrecy surrounding the 40th anniversary and its aftermath. Our full coverage of the soap's milestone can be found here.
Coming up on Hollyoaks, Lynsey Nolan's brother Eoghan turns up in the village to attend her funeral.
As Eoghan (Alan Turkington) settles in, it becomes clear that he shares a complicated history with Brendan Brady - which the newcomer confirms when he tells Ste Hay that he was the bad boy's "dirty little secret".
When Lynsey's body arrives in the village, Brendan (Emmett Scanlan) tries to comfort his old flame - but a grief-stricken Eoghan lashes out at him, blaming Brendan for not protecting Lynsey.
Eoghan also goads Brendan about their past, but the nightclub owner leaves him with food for thought by questioning why Eoghan has never been open about his sexuality.
Meanwhile, the funeral day is particularly difficult for Cheryl (Bronagh Waugh) as she is still struggling with the loss of her best friend.
To make matters worse, twisted Doctor Browning has just pleaded not guilty to Lynsey's murder in court - leaving Cheryl upset that he could add further heartache at this terrible time.
Cheryl initially considers dressing conservatively for the funeral but in the end she wears bright colours, wanting the day to also be a celebration of Lynsey's life.
While the service itself is a sombre occasion, the wake at Chez Chez has a party atmosphere as Cheryl hits the karaoke!
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, October 23 and Wednesday, October 24 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Meanwhile, Doctors welcomes another new regular cast member later this month as actor Nathan Wright takes on the role of Chris Reid.
Chris is the son of The Mill's new locum doctor Emma (Dido Miles), who cheekily suggests him as a replacement for Cherry when Howard laments the practice's current staffing problems. To Emma's delight, Howard agrees to give him a short-term contract and see how it goes.
When Emma tells Chris about the offer, he initially isn't pleased at the idea of working with his mum and throws it back in her face, vowing to find his own job.
However, when he realises how hard it is to find work at the moment, Chris has a change of heart and agrees to join The Mill after all.
When Chris takes up his new post the next day, he seems to be taking himself very seriously - but Mandy soon convinces him to be more relaxed.
Chris then starts to get on well with the younger members of the team, but if Emma thinks working with her son will bring them closer together, she may be left disappointed as he still continues to behave coldly towards her…
Doctors airs these scenes on Tuesday, October 23 and Wednesday, October 24 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Emmerdale was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 39.9% of you chose Chas trying to deceive Carl as the best plot.
EastEnders came second with 32.0% for Christian and Syed's wedding, while Hollyoaks took third with 16.7% for Tony trying to prove himself to Cindy.
Coronation Street was fourth with 7.0% for Gloria turning The Rovers into a B&B, while Doctors was fifth with 4.4% for Cherry's departure from The Mill.
Don't forget to vote in the poll below to let us know which storyline sounds best this week!