Phil (Steve McFadden) finally gets some good news in the coming days when Ben's charges for perverting the course of justice are dropped - but his good mood doesn't last for long.
Just as the Mitchells are planning a celebration, Phil is surprised to receive a visit from DCI Marsden. He's initially smug with his nemesis as she no longer has anything on him, but Marsden turns the tables by putting the frighteners on Phil.
Marsden vows that she'll be ready and waiting to pull the Mitchells apart as soon as they make a mistake, leaving Phil worrying that she could eventually discover that Ben (Joshua Pascoe) killed Heather Trott.
Rattled by Marsden's words, a desperate Phil tries to persuade reluctant Ben and Jay (Jamie Borthwick) to visit Grant with him. Will the Mitchells take time out from the Square?
EastEnders airs these scenes on Friday, May 11 at 8pm on BBC One.
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Over on Coronation Street, a happy day for Eileen Grimshaw and Paul Kershaw is disrupted as the Lesley storyline continues.
With Lesley now settled into the care home, Eileen (Sue Cleaver) and Paul (Tony Hirst) are heading off on holiday together. However, there's a surprise in store for them when they receive a phone call about Lesley.
Paul is shocked to hear that Lesley (Judy Holt) has fled from the care home and turned up at their old house, so he rushes off to fetch her.
Later, back on the cobbles, Lesley is in an emotional state and refuses to get in the car to return to the home. Worried that he and Eileen could miss their flight, Paul tries to push Lesley inside the vehicle - but she falls and hurts her wrist.
With Lesley's damaged wrist needing attention, it's the end of Paul and Eileen's holiday plans. When Paul later removes his wife from the care home as he can't believe they let her wander off, Lesley ends up living at the Grimshaw residence once again…
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, May 7 at 9pm on ITV1.
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Coming up in Emmerdale, Zak Dingle's mental state worsens as he continues to suffer in silence.
Zak (Steve Halliwell) makes his situation much worse in the coming days by falsely telling his family that his cancer is back, despite the fact that doctors have told him there's nothing physically wrong with him.
While troubled Zak is hoping to get Lisa off his back by making the false claim, the pressure he's facing intensifies hugely as he struggles to maintain his lies.
When Zak hears that Lisa has told Belle about his cancer, he goes looking for the youngster at school in a confused and bewildered state.
Soon afterwards, the police are called at the school when Zak turns aggressive with one of the teachers.
As the police arrive, Zak flees the scene before they have a chance to speak to him. Are things about to get much worse for Zak?
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Tuesday, May 8 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks' Ste and Doug storyline gathers pace as the pair share their first kiss in a fortnight's time.
Doug (PJ Brennan) has been wrestling with his secret feelings for Ste (Kieron Richardson) in the past few days, struggling to accept his attraction to another man.
However, Doug finally comes clean with Ste next month when he realises that he can't carry on keeping quiet.
As Ste has a possible new boyfriend Adam in his life, Doug gets jealous and insists that Adam doesn't really love Ste. Making it clear that he's the one with real feelings, Doug has well and truly let the cat out of the bag.
Tension rises between the pair as they both face big decisions over what they really want. A heated argument takes a surprising turn as they share a kiss, but is Doug really ready for a relationship with Ste?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Friday, May 11 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Doctors, judgement day arrives for Heston Carter as he faces court for his attack on burglar Curtis.
Heston (Owen Brenman) tries to be optimistic as the proceedings get under way, especially as colleagues like Julia (Diane Keen) and Mrs Tembe (Lorna Laidlaw) are there to support him at the court.
However, things get off to a bad start for Heston when he comes across as pompous and conceited in the courtroom. Curtis puts on a much better performance by relating how truly sorry he is, which is lapped up by the magistrates.
Soon afterwards, things get worse when Curtis's surgeon Mr Farooqi is called as a witness and reveals that a friend of Heston's leant on Curtis while he was recovering in hospital.
Heston is stunned by this revelation, but during a break Mrs Tembe confesses that she was the one who spoke to Curtis. Heston is forgiving, but when she leaves his frustration is clear. Will the verdict be guilty or not guilty?
Doctors airs these scenes on Thursday, May 10 and Friday, May 11 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Coronation Street topped our storyline poll last week as 57.3% of you chose Kirsty attacking Tyrone as the best plot.
Hollyoaks came second with 23.7% for Mitzeee's stalker hell, while EastEnders took third with 8.7% for the return of Mandy's mum Lorraine.
Emmerdale was fourth with 7.2% for Zak's anger and cancer lies, while Doctors was fifth with 3.1% for Mrs Tembe meeting Heston's burglar.
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