Coronation Street cancer shock, Emmerdale Chas caught and 18 more soap spoilers
Tissues at the ready, soap fans, it’s going to be an emotional one next week.
EastEnders says goodbye to quite possibly the biggest soap character in history as Dot Cotton is laid to rest, surrounded by her nearest and dearest, with a number of familiar faces from days gone by staging a comeback for the unmissable funeral service.
Over in Coronation Street, Daisy Midgeley fears the worst when she finds a lump in her breast, concerned that she might have cancer.
Emmerdale, meanwhile, sees Moira Dingle make the discovery we’ve all been waiting for, as she finds out that Chas was sleeping with Al Chapman ahead of his death.
Will she expose cheating Chas? We can only hope.
Last but not least there is Hollyoaks, and there is trouble in paradise for Nancy and Darren Osborne after the latter grows annoyed by Beau Ramsey’s presence.
It’s going to be quite the week in soapland, and Metro.co.uk has all the spoilers you need to tide you over until then.
Daisy reveals that she’s found a lump in her breast. On Jenny’s advice, she tells a shaken Daniel who insists that he will accompany her to the doctors.
Martha breaks the news to Ken that she starts rehearsals on a new play in Hull tomorrow. Ken’s gutted. Having heard from Brian that Ken made a night of it with Martha, Wendy’s put out. Unsure whether to follow his head or his heart, Ken’s stunned when Martha suggests he should move to Hull with her.
Mike and Esther insist on dropping Summer at the hospital for her scan but agree to wait outside. However as Summer and Aaron play for time in the hospital, Mike suddenly appears at their side and announces he should attend the scan with Summer. Summer and Aaron brace themselves to tell Mike the truth.
The morning of Dot’s funeral proves incredibly difficult for Sonia, who finds herself unable to write the eulogy, struggling to find the right words to say. Hoping for some inspiration, Sonia uses Dot’s spare key to the launderette to let herself in and Martin finds her there, offering her some words of comfort, encouraging her to speak from the heart.
Dot gets the send-off she deserves as she leaves Albert Square for the last time – and Sonia is left overwhelmed by the outpouring of love for her grandma. Colin Russell, Mary Smith, Lofty Holloway, Lauren Branning and Disa O’Brien make returns to pay their respects to beloved Dot.
Janine is yet again determined to make Linda’s life hell, as she spitefully asks Kathy to cater the wedding reception, knowing full well that Linda is within earshot. Janine’s paranoia continues to spiral, and – fed up of Linda’s constant presence in The Vic – she demands that Mick buy her out!
Chas is feeling grateful for Paddy and Eve as she enjoys a festive dinner with her loved ones, ashamed that she almost threw away everything she had for Al. Belle, however, starts to piece together the truth after a comment from Chloe, and she confronts Chas with her suspicions about where she was the day Faith died. Unable to lie any longer, Chas comes clean and Belle starts to wonder if the affair was the reason why Cain killed Al.
Moira, meanwhile, is stunned as a tearful Belle breaks down, before admitting the truth about what she knows! Moira is furious and begins to work out that Cain must’ve found out about the affair, which is the reason why he met with Al in the barn that day.
Kyle’s state of mind is the topic of conversation once more as Matty is seriously concerned about him, convinced that he should get professional help. Moira and Amy soon worry that he’s right. Kyle, meanwhile, refuses to go to school because he misses Cain, and thus Moira arranges for a visit in prison, but Kyle struggles to contain his emotions.
Gabby and Dawn sift through the nanny applications. Delighted, Kim smells competition as she gives the pair their first joint task. Dawn and Gabby pitch opposing ideas to Kim. When she conflates the two, Kim demonstrates how they could have worked together to find the best possible solution. In true Kim Tate-style, the nanny interviews at Home Farm are a formal affair.
Beau lands the teaching position at the school, and he assists Tony at The Dog with the decorating ahead of the teacher’s Christmas party. Darren, however, begins to grow jealous of just how much time Nancy is spending in charming Beau’s company. What’s more, Beau proves to be popular with the crowd, as he starts to dance with everyone in attendance, much to Darren’s dismay.
Mason turns to the Men’s First chat forum after Leah calls him a virgin, and – hoping for some assistance – he rings Serena, but before she picks up, Leah drunkenly collapses on the bed, not noticing Mason. In harrowing scenes, he takes pictures of her and uploads them to the Men’s First chat. Afterwards, all eyes are on Mason.
Christmas has come early in Scott’s household as he dresses as an elf and celebrates the day early as Vicky plans to spend the festive period with her mum. However, when Scott presents her with tickets to a boxing day panto, she has some shocking news.
- Leanne’s upset over Jacob and Simon’s friendship in Coronation Street
- Dot’s will is read in EastEnders
- Ethan invites his boss for dinner with he and Marcus in Emmerdale
- Dave’s secret is revealed in Hollyoaks
- Fiz makes a shock discovery in Coronation Street
- Kat and Alfie reminisce in EastEnders
- Marlon offers Naomi a job in Emmerdale
- Norma seeks advice from Grace in Hollyoaks
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