Hollyoaks’ Summer and Sienna in deadly showdown as Maxine gets close to Fergus
Hollyoaks bad girls Summer Ranger (Rhiannon Clements) and Sienna Blake (Anna Passey) will go head-to-head in a deadly showdown next week.
It looks like Summer’s reign of terror may soon come crashing down as someone discovers her diary and her gun in upcoming scenes.
Meanwhile, Brody Hudson (Adam Woodward) fills Damon Kinsella (Jacob Roberts) in on the truth about Summer, and wants to take matters into his own hands.
However, Damon struggles with taking a back seat on bringing Summer down and decides to trick her, but he is double crossed.
There is panic for Brody when Damon doesn’t answer his phone calls, and to make matters worse, somebody’s tipped off the police that Brody is back in the village.
Later, Cindy Cunningham (Steph Waring) overhears a shocking conversation between Brody and Sienna, and, after getting the full scoop, wants to get involved.
Sienna may have met her match, as she tries to trick Summer into confessing the truth, but it quickly backfires.
Summer's plan continues to unravel as she goes head to head with Sienna, and fans can expect a spiked drink, an arrest, and a gunshot, but who will come out on top?
Meanwhile, after hearing a secret conversation between John Paul McQueen (James Sutton) and James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) after it was caught on CCTV, Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) is convinced that something happened between the two ex-lovers, and confronts his boyfriend, James.
He’s not satisfied with James’ answer, so resorts to asking John Paul himself.
Later, James surprises Ste with flowers, but Donna-Marie Quinn (Lucy-Jo Hudson) makes him wonder whether James is feeling guilty about something, so he confronts him once again.
A furious Ste searches for John Paul and finds him violently drunk so when he questions him about the betrayal, John-Paul punches Ste.
James is shocked to discover that Ste has a black eye, and once he finds out that John Paul is responsible, he confronts him about the assault.
When John Paul gets angry again, James shares his own experience between his father, Mac, and advises him to seek professional help, but will he take their advice?
Whilst Sally St.Claire (Annie Wallace) tries to get John Paul to see a therapist, he tries to get Sally to go back to work.
Sally admits that she’s missed being at work and agrees to go back if John Paul books a therapy appointment, but will he agree?
Also, there's mistaken priorities as Warren Fox (Jamie Lomas) surprises Maxine Minniver (Nikki Sanderson) with a new car and Misbah Maalik (Harvey Virdi) is furious with him for splashing cash whilst her home still has damp.
Meanwhile, Fergus Colins (Robert Beck) is having trouble with project Blue Bird.
Maxine offers to help Warren with some work, but he doesn’t think she can do it so when he storms off, she gathers his papers to prove that she can.
Whilst looking through, she notices a strange account that seems to be making thousands under the name Blue Bird.
Still worried that she’s being kept in the dark, Maxine prepares to ask Fergus about the account she found, but she’s stopped by her mum Trish (Denise Welch), so she decides to ask Warren instead.
When he threatens to confront Fergus, Maxine lies and says that she’s made a mistake and resorts back to asking her mum's boyfriend himself.
Fergus turns it back on Maxine, stating that there might be problems in her relationship with Warren.
Later, after an argument with Warren, Maxine confides in Fergus, the pair get drunk, and very close.
Is this the beginning of another steamy village affair?
Hollyoaks airs weekdays on Channel 4 at 6.30pm followed by first-look episodes on E4 at 7pm
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