JACI STEPHEN’S ultimate insight into the week’s soaps
Incarnate is resurrected? Later she finds evidence and demands that Charlie tell her the truth. Will he decide that honesty is the best policy?
Halloween celebrations (as if half these people aren’t already scary enough) serve as the backdrop to the engagement party. Lauren is spooked as she feels she’s being followed. But whose face is behind the weeping angel mask?
How much longer can they milk Rebecca’s audition? With Sonia’s musical genes, the poor girl probably can’t even play the comb and paper (I suspect it was a body double at the Vic gig). Horrified to learn that Sonia emotionally blackmailed her daughter, Carol calls the academy to rearrange Rebecca’s audition. Yawn.
There’s a bit of lesbian violence when LoadaTosh breaks the news she isn’t pregnant. A slap from Tina leads to a punch from LoadaTosh, and later Dean and Stacey tell Tina she can’t let this happen. Isn’t that a bit rich coming from a rapist?
MIXED UP SIGNALS
WILL CARLA KEEP IT ALL BOTTLED UP DEEP INSIDE?
JUST IN THE NICK OF TIME?
FETISH? R Remember these plots that had us hooked?
Sarah Cairns’ stalking of Martin Fowler comes to a head when, after admitting to his wife Sonia that their affair is a lie, she stabs him. Sonia then hits her with a fruit bowl, and Sarah (above, with Martin) is sent to a mental institution.
‘Spider’ Nugent uses his position working for the DSS to summon Les Battersby for a grilling about why he’s been claiming the dole while working. But the eco-warrior says he’ll turn a blind eye if Les accepts his relationship with Les’s stepdaughter Toyah.
After Zak Dingle challenges old bare-knuckle boxing adversary Ned Glover to a fight following a row, the village turns out to support farmhand Ned – except his family, who try in vain to stop it. But after a brutal scrap, Zak gives in and Ned wins.