The drama begins when Gail McIntyre (Helen Worth) finds her bank details scribbled on a piece of paper and is shocked to realise that it's Kylie's handwriting.
Gail immediately realises that Kylie (Paula Lane) must have helped Lewis Archer with his recent con, so she privately confronts her wayward daughter-in-law and threatens to call the police.
Begging for a chance to explain herself, Kylie confesses that Lewis was blackmailing her, having found out that she had a one-night stand with another man on Christmas Day.
Kylie covers for Nick by deciding not to reveal his involvement, but she explains that she was only trying to protect her marriage when she helped Lewis.
Gail is far from sympathetic after hearing this explanation, especially when she realises that the mystery guy in question may be the father of Kylie's baby.
Terrified that Gail will tell David the truth, Kylie later hits self-destruct - heading to The Rovers and proceeding to get drunk.
Stella tries to get Kylie to stop, but when she ignores her and clambers up on to a table, disaster beckons as Kylie suffers a nasty fall and hurts herself badly…
When Kylie is rushed to hospital with the Platts at her side, there's another bombshell for Gail as it dawns on her that Nick was the guy Kylie slept with at Christmas.
With David fearing the worst as he waits for news on Kylie and the baby, will Gail tell him the truth - that the child he's so scared of losing may not be his?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Wednesday, February 20 at 7.30pm on ITV.
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Over on EastEnders, Kat Moon turns to Michael for comfort after learning that Alfie wants to divorce her.
Kat (Jessie Wallace) is distraught later this month as Alfie explains that he's decided to end their marriage, dashing any hope she had of a reunion with him.
Struggling to cope with the news, Kat ends up taking an angry and spiteful attitude towards Alfie - telling him that she'll be glad to be rid of him as he is a pathetic excuse for a man.
Kat's bad attitude also causes tension with Alfie's new girlfriend Roxy Mitchell, which escalates when the pair have a huge catfight at the Queen Vic.
As the dust settles following Kat's violent clash with Roxy, Michael steps in to take her home - and Kat is pleased when he kindly provides a shoulder to cry on.
Keen to take things further, Kat leans in to kiss Michael and it's not long before they head to bed together…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, February 19 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Coming up on Emmerdale, passion ignites for Charity Sharma and Declan Macey while both of their partners are away from the village.
The pair have both encountered marriage problems in recent weeks as Jai's erratic and secretive behaviour has infuriated Charity (Emma Atkins), while Declan (Jason Merrells) has struggled to keep Katie happy following various dramas in their relationship.
With both Jai and Katie taking time out from Emmerdale to clear their heads, Charity comes into Declan's orbit when she approaches him with a possible deal.
Declan plays hard to get when he hears what she's offering, but the atmosphere between him and Charity is flirtatious and he enjoys having the attention.
As Declan isn't entirely sure whether he can trust Charity, their business discussions turned heated and they end up hurling insults at each other.
However, their fire soon turns to passion as they grab one another and end up sleeping together at Home Farm.
Completely focused on each other, Declan and Charity both neglect to hear a message that Robbie leaves on the answering machine, which reveals that Katie is on her way home. Will Katie catch Declan in a compromising position with Charity?
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Thursday, February 21 at 6.45pm on ITV.
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On Hollyoaks, Ste Hay and John Paul McQueen come to blows on a careers day at the sixth form college.
Tension between the pair flares up after Ste's estranged partner Doug Carter (PJ Brennan) seems to be growing closer to John Paul (James Sutton).
The story begins when Doug has a mini-disaster at the deli, spilling cooking oil on the floor before slipping and knocking himself out as smoke starts to billow from the oven.
Fortunately, John Paul rushes to the rescue of a grateful Doug, leaving Ste (Kieron Richardson) jealous of their new friendship.
The next day, a mischievous John Paul makes it his mission to infuriate Ste at the careers day by undermining him in front of the students.
When Ste finally loses his temper, the pair fight in the college corridors - but what will new headteacher Patrick Blake make of the situation?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Thursday, February 21 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Doctors, life gets even more difficult for Emma Reid as she struggles to cope with her disabled husband Sam's desire to end his life.
Emma (Dido Miles) is left in shock when Sam shares his wishes with her on Valentine's Day, and it's clear that he's been thinking about this for a while when he refuses to change his mind.
Both Emma and Sam decide to keep their son Chris out of this situation for now. However, their attempts at secrecy aren't successful for long, as Chris hears Emma discussing the situation with Heston Carter at work.
Emma is horrified when a shellshocked Chris blames her for everything, suggesting that she must have put the idea in Sam's head.
Although Sam is quick to set his son straight, Chris continues to direct his anger at Emma - telling her that she is the one person who can talk Sam out of it, and if she fails, she's dead to him too…
Doctors airs these scenes on Thursday, February 21 and Friday, February 22 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 40.3% of you favoured the latest Walker dramas.
Coronation Street came second with 34.9% for Tyrone in prison, while EastEnders took third with 11.7% for Patrick's accident.
Emmerdale was fourth with 11.3% for Chas confronting Cain, while Doctors was fifth with 1.8% for Emma's devastating news.
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