Earlier this week, over ten million viewers watched Karl (John Michie) set fire to the Rovers Return and leave Sunita for dead in the burning cellar.
Fortune seems to be working in Karl's favour in the next few days, as police decide that Sunita (Shobna Gulati) must have started the fire.
As Sunita was in the pub at the time of the blaze and had publicly threatened landlady Stella Price a short while earlier, it isn't hard for many local residents to believe that she was the culprit.
Making the most of this opportunity, Karl decides that he'll stop at nothing to ensure that Sunita takes the rap for the tragedy.
With Sunita still fighting for her life, Karl sneaks into her hospital room and makes sure that her fingerprints are all over the keys he used to get into The Rovers.
Afterwards, Karl places the keys in Sunita's hospital bedside cabinet with the rest of her personal effects. Will Karl get away with his terrible crime?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Wednesday, March 27 at 7.30pm on ITV.
> 'Coronation Street': Sunita Alahan to be blamed for Rovers Return fire
> 'Coronation Street': Dev to be devastated over Sunita fire blame
> 'Coronation Street's Stella Price to marry Karl Munro?
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Over on EastEnders, baby Lexi is at the centre of another drama as she suddenly falls ill.
Lexi's mother Lola (Danielle Harold) spots the warning signs on one of her scheduled visits to her daughter, telling Billy and Phil that the youngster is boiling hot and something isn't right.
As Billy and Phil panic, Lola stays calm and collected as she takes control of the situation and calls an ambulance.
Later in A&E, Billy (Perry Fenwick) feels left out when he is asked to wait outside, separating him from Lola and Phil.
As everyone waits anxiously for news on Lexi's condition, Phil (Steve McFadden) is impressed by Lola's mothering skills and shares an important piece of information with her.
Phil explains that he's recently heard from social worker Trish, who wants to meet with them to discuss a plan on giving Lexi back to Lola within the next couple of months.
It seems that Phil has finally accepted that he'll have to hand Lexi back over - will his good intentions last this time?
EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, April 2 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
> 'EastEnders' Phil and Sharon to rekindle their romance
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Coming up on Hollyoaks, teacher Jen Gilmore finally gets her comeuppance as everyone finds out that she lied about her relationship with student Tilly Evans.
Earlier this year, Jen (Amy Downham) resorted to desperate measures to keep the romance under wraps, falsely claiming that Tilly had been harassing her when she threatened to reveal the truth about them.
It's clear that Tilly (Lucy Dixon) hasn't given up on exposing the real story next month as she plants Esther Bloom's tell-all diary in John Paul McQueen's pigeon hole at college, with details of her and Jen's affair in it.
Later at the college open day, the walls close in on Jen as she gets a nasty surprise when giving a speech to the parents of the next batch of prospective students.
With damning images of her and Tilly in romantic clinches projected behind her, it's clear that Jen can't worm her way out of this one as headteacher Patrick Blake (Jeremy Sheffield) has witnessed the whole thing.
Jen later gets a glimpse of Patrick's dark side as he is furious over her antics, and things get even worse when police officers turn up to take her away.
The storyline twist marks Jen's final appearance in the show as the character bows out after a year on screen.
Jen's brother Liam (James Farrar) also exits the soap, fleeing the village in shame after his sister's scandal.
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Wednesday, April 3 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
> 'Hollyoaks' Jeremy Sheffield: 'Patrick likes to manipulate'
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Meanwhile, Emmerdale's Nikhil Sharma surprises partner Gennie Walker by suggesting that they should get married soon.
Nikhil (Rik Makarem) comes up with the idea as he knows that it might be their only chance to tie the knot while Gennie's mum Brenda is still around.
With Brenda still refusing to have treatment for her brain tumour, Nikhil and Gennie (Sian Reese-Williams) are slowly coming to terms with the prospect of losing her.
Brenda even calls a family meeting and urges everyone to support her decision, pointing out that she can't fight her loved ones as well as a tumour.
Although initially taken aback by Nikhil's suggestion, Gennie agrees to get their wedding sorted as soon as possible.
The couple are pleased with their plans as they share the news, but Brenda is far from impressed as she thinks it's all a ploy to get her to have the operation…
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Wednesday, April 3 at 7pm on ITV.
> 'Emmerdale' Lesley Dunlop: 'Brenda's brain tumour brought back memories'
> 'Emmerdale': Sian Reese-Williams reveals Gennie's turmoil over Brenda
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Over on Doctors, reunited couple Daniel Granger and Zara Carmichael make a potentially embarrassing mistake as they get passionate in a store room at work.
Having resumed their physical relationship, Daniel (Matthew Chambers) and Zara (Elisabeth Dermot Walsh) can't keep their hands off each other - even during the working day at The Mill.
As they become amorous, what Daniel and Zara don't realise is that practice manager Howard Bellamy has planted a hidden camera in the store room to catch out a mystery thief who has been stealing supplies.
Later, Daniel is horrified when Howard tells him about the camera, explaining that it's helped him to discover that Al Haskey is the thief.
Daniel breathes a sigh of relief as he realises that Howard hasn't watched the full tape yet, but can he find a way to get rid of the footage of him and Zara before it's too late?
Doctors airs these scenes on Friday, April 5 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 40.6% of you chose Clare's return as the best plot.
Coronation Street came second with 32.5% for the aftermath of the Rovers fire, while Emmerdale was third with 16.6% for Cameron holding Robbie captive.
EastEnders was fourth with 8.2% for Bianca and Carol's worry over Liam, while Doctors was fifth with 2.1% for Daniel and Zara's reunion.
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