THIS WEEK IN SPOILERS
Coronation Street: Billy tells Todd to go to the police with Sarah’s confession in murdering Jason, but Todd won’t turn her in. Instead, Todd goes to the police and tells them that Tony confessed to the murder months ago. Jason, Eileen and Billy are stunned to hear what Todd has done. Jason and Eileen have trouble believing it and Billy is upset about Todd’s lies. Todd insists he did it to protect both Jason and Sarah. Billy keeps Todd’s secret.
Later, the police question Todd further and make it clear they think Todd and Tony were in on Callum’s murder together. Despite that, Todd still stays quiet about the truth. Billy threatens to go to the police, but Todd convinces him otherwise.
Sean and Billy are having a romantic dinner when Todd phones Billy with the news that he found Lee passed out on the street. Billy leaves Sean without telling him what’s going on. Todd helps Billy with Lee and tells Billy he’s sorry about the trouble he’s having with his brother. Todd gives Billy a comforting hug, unaware that Sean is watching.
EastEnders: Paul finds out that Les is being blackmailed by Babe over his crossdressing past. Paul tells Les not to give into the blackmail so Les informs Babe he’s not going to pay her anymore money. However, Babe realizes that Pam doesn’t know what Les is doing and ups the ante. Pam still doesn’t want the truth to come out, which creates a strain between Pam and Les. Les finds out that Claudette still has some of his clothes from his persona as Christine and as a way of dealing with all the pressure, he puts the women’s clothes on. Someone catches Les, but who?
Elsewhere, Ben is thrilled when Pam is fine having Ben spend the night with Paul while Steven tries to convince Jane not to leave Ian.
Emmerdale: Lawrence’s sexuality is finally revealed after Bernice gets a clue. Lisa tells her that Ronnie is gay and suddenly she realizes that Ronnie isn’t Chrissie’s father, but Lawrence’s ex-lover. Even though Lawrence had insisted on a sexless marriage, Bernice hadn’t concluded that her husband is queer. Angry about Lawerence’s lies and certain he’s been cheating on her, Bernice decides it’s time for some revenge. But when her anger turns to violence, who will pay the price?
Aaron learns that DS Wise asked Chas out for a date, but she turned him down, saying she wasn’t ready for a new relationship after all that happened with Gordon. Aaron is concerned and wants to cancel his vacation plans, but Chas encourages him to go. Later, Chas, who is blacking out again, is wandering through the road and gets accidentally run over by James.
James rushes her to the hospital where Chas learns she might be pregnant. She’s horrified, knowing it would be Gordon’s baby. James takes Chas home and she takes a pregnancy test, with James there for support. When Emma shows up and wants to know where James has been, he covers to protect Chas, but Finn later tells her that he saw James and Chas together at their house.
James tries to hide the pregnancy test, but Emma finds it. Assuming the worst, Emma wants revenge on Chas. Emma’s plan for revenge backfires however and leads to the Bartons finding out that she was faking her illness. Finn, Pete and James turn their backs on their mother.
Hollyoaks: Ste finds out that Harry and James are keeping secrets. Cam, continuing his campaign to rid Ste from Leela’s life, tries to lure a weak Ste into taking some crystal meth.
James helps Marnie open the new restaurant, but Marnie isn’t happy with James’ business decisions.
John Paul tries to avoid Sally, but in the process makes a decision that could ruin his career, one he may not be able to recover from.
Holby City: As Arthur prepares to leave the hospital to live out the rest of his life, Dom struggles to hide feeling abandoned by his best friend. But his hurt could cause him do something that could ruin he and Arthur’s friendship.
TEASERS FOR NEXT WEEK
Coronation Street: Sean breaks up with Billy.
Neighbors: Tom has a mysterious meeting with Gary.
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