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Preview Clips: Friday 26th May


Daniel tells Sinead he’s going to stay at his old flat for a few days as his landlord is demanding he redecorates it.

Yeah... I know, and i had no-one to vouch for me when dad was attacked, I was frightened. I don't want to go to prison.

– Daniel Osbourne


When Steve tells Leanne about Nick’s interference and devious plan to buy the Rovers she’s incandescent with rage

The pub... saying that I think I've done you a favour. I don't think your sister would ever have forgiven you.

– Steve McDonald

Preview Clip: Wednesday 24th May


Unable to live with the guilt any longer, Gina confesses to a stunned Sally that she was her internet troll.

Sally, I've done a terrible thing, or Leah says I have anyway, I don't remember doing any of it...

– Gina Seddon

Preview Clips: Monday 22nd May


Having noted Johnny's discomfort, Kate refuses to take no for an answer and drags her father to the medical centre.

Alright, but do me a favour, don't say anything to your brother or Jenny till we've talked to someone and know what's going on.

– Johnny Connor


With the Underworld anniversary party in full swing, Aidan calls for hush. Are Eva's dreams about to come true?

Before we start to celebrate the last 20 years, I want to look to the future.

– Aidan Connor

Preview Clips: Friday 19th May


As Jenny and the workers in the factory discuss Underworld's upcoming anniversary party, Kate's suspicions are raised by Johnny's unexplained absence.

This all sounds great but I think it's better off squaring it with Aidan first, I don't want the blame when Johnny sees the bill.

– Jenny Bradley


Having discovered Bethany passed out drunk at Nathan's, Sarah brings her daughter back to No.8 and tells Gary she's never letting her out of her sight again.

Every time I try to see her it feels like he does something to stop it.... It's my fault, I never trusted that man I should have done something.

– Sarah Platt

Preview Clip: Wednesday 17th May


As the Battersbys and Platts gather in the bistro for Oliver’s naming ceremony Nick is nowhere to be seen. Where has he got to?

It's not a christening it's a naming ceremony, and to all intents and purposes Nick is Oliver's dad... not Steve.

– Gail Rodwell