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THE truth about Karl’s long-lost sis­ter Jemima is about to come out – and it leaves both him and Su­san gob­s­macked. But will it mend the rift in the two women’s re­la­tion­ship?

Leo and Terese think they have found a safe place to spend time to­gether – on a boat. Ini­tially they ap­pear to be cor­rect, get­ting up close and per­sonal aboard the ves­sel be­fore fi­nally hav­ing the chance to spend the night to­gether. How­ever, it all goes a bit pear-shaped when Chloe finds them in a com­pro­mis­ing po­si­tion. MAC is back in the vil­lage, and busy plot­ting the down­fall of ev­ery­one who wronged him – but James also has vengeance on his mind.

Mean­while, Breda tells Mercedes Sylver is in love with her and she should call off the wed­ding if she feels the same way. But even if Mercedes de­cides to fol­low Breda’s ad­vice it might still not be the most star­tling of­fer Sylver gets this week as James of­fers him £10,000 to get rid of Mac by any means.

Yazz con­tin­ues to drug Iman to keep up the pre­tence that the Maa­liks are a happy, func­tional fam­ily. How­ever, when he later dis­cov­ers that his sis­ter has been slip­ping him anx­i­ety pills, he punches her – and warns her that there’s more where that came from if she tells Mis­bah. HUNTER has been hav­ing a tough time, so you would imag­ine that fi­nally hear­ing Christina ad­mit she made up her al­le­ga­tions would put a smile on his face.

How­ever, he had to trick her into it, so takes no plea­sure. He later dis­cov­ers she has been fired, and that he has lost his in­tern­ship. He then de­cides to re­assess his fu­ture, so drops out of uni­ver­sity al­to­gether.

Justin and Wil­low give their re­la­tion­ship a go, but she soon finds his at­ten­tions sti­fling and asks for some much-needed space. NO mat­ter how many times we think she’s been killed, Re­becca seems to sur­vive – but could she fi­nally run out of lives this week?

Robert is stunned when Lach­lan re­veals that Re­becca is still alive, and rushes off to find her. How­ever, news of the killer’s ar­rest has reached the nurse who has been keep­ing an eye on Re­becca, and she re­as­sures her pa­tient that will all be over soon – be­fore ap­proach­ing her with a sy­ringe.

By the time Robert reaches the room where she was be­ing held, there’s no one there. And Lach­lan isn’t quite so smug when he dis­cov­ers that this time his aunt re­ally is miss­ing, pre­sumed mur­dered.

De­spite warn­ings from Tracy and Ryan, Ross con­tin­ues to take drugs, even turn­ing to pills to give him the en­ergy to play football with Moses. But the boost doesn’t last long as he col­lapses, leav­ing his son to wan­der off in the di­rec­tion of a bridge...

Else­where, Jessie tells Mar­lon her se­cret, while Graham con­tin­ues to urge Joe to pro­tect his as­sets from Deb­bie, and Char­ity pushes her near­est and dear­est away. CHEATS never pros­per – as Im­ran is about to dis­cover.

Sally learns that he has been see­ing both Bat­tersby sis­ters and tries to use the in­for­ma­tion to help her as the trial looms.

When Leanne and Toyah find out, they de­vise a plan to bring him down a peg or two. It back­fires when he sacks Leanne, but Adam finds the per­fect rea­son to re­in­state her.

Tim also has it in for Im­ran af­ter learn­ing he threat­ened Sally – but how will that im­pact on her case?

Han­nah won­ders if Jim may still have feel­ings for Liz when he be­gins hav­ing cold feet about their ef­forts to con her out of her money, while Steve is se­cretly re­lieved that the cas­tle Tracy wanted to get mar­ried in has burnt down. He’s less happy about Mary and Abi’s re­sponse to his danc­ing skills.

Ty­rone con­tin­ues to spend time with Eve­lyn and Clau­dia en­cour­ages Ken to send his short sto­ries to the lo­cal news­pa­per.

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