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EASTENDERS NOW that's the look of joy that's been missing from Kat's face since she thought her baby son had died.

TALK Now, after one of the most controversial storylines ever to hit soapland, she is finally reunited with Tommy - and Alfie is delighted that they're a proper family again.

Of course, that still leaves one glum-faced woman in the Square, but that's nothing new for Ronnie, who's had the same blank expression A blank expression is a facial expression characterized by the neutral position of facial features and implies a lack of strong emotion. It may be caused by a lack of emotion, boredom, slight confusion (such as when someone refers to something which the listener does not  for months.

At first, the thought of getting Tommy back is too overwhelming for Kat and she reacts how she normally does when scared - she runs away.

Thankfully Jean calms her down and before she knows it, Kat is home with her baby in her arms. Her happiness seems complete when she's also reunited with dad Charlie, who has some news of his own - he's engaged!

But while the Champagne corks pop in the Vic, on the other side of the Square poor Jack is going through hell, having to give up the boy he's been bringing up as his own and grieve for the son he never knew.

COP arrested Ronnie makes an emotional apology to the police but is sent to prison, from where she tells Jack he should forget about her and find someone better.

EMMERDALE * I'M surprised the cops don't have a cell permanently reserved for Cain Dingle Cain Dingle was a fictional character on the ITV soap opera Emmerdale. He was played by Jeff Hordley. Angie Reynolds
After arriving in Emmerdale in 2000 for the funeral of his cousin Butch Dingle, Cain took an immediate dislike to millionaire businessman Chris
, the amount of times he's been arrested. But the unusual thing about this police visit is they're been called in by Charity, who breaks the golden Dingle rule of never snitching.

She's been driven to desperate measures after her ex steals some diamond earrings she's been given by Jai, and drives off in his rival's car. Fed-up Charity dials 999, but Cameron gives Cain a false alibi and Debbie has a go at her mum for breaking the family code. She feels bad enough to change her statement and Cain is released.

Meanwhile, Kelly threatens to leave the village if Jimmy doesn't pick her. He goes to the church to think and suddenly gets a memory of Kelly coming down the aisle and how happy he felt. So he begs her to stay and falls into bed with her. Poor Nic! But at least his memory seems to be returning.

Also, Alicia and Leyla make up, thanks to Andy who's turned into Mr Nice Guy, and John says he's going to buy the farm off Declan within the month. Let's hope he's not using the Jim McDonald Jim McDonald can refer to:
  • Jim McDonald (American football), USA (Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee)
  • Jim McDonald (baseball player) (born 1927), a major league baseball pitcher
  • Jim McDonald (basketball), former college player and coach
 way of raising funds.

CORONATION STREET Coronation Street is an award-winning British soap opera. It is the longest-running television soap opera in the United Kingdom, first broadcast on Friday, 9 December, 1960 in the Granada region of ITV.  * THIS is beginning to get tiresome. John Stape John Stape is a fictional character on the long-running UK soap opeara, 'Coronation Street' played by Graeme Hawley.

He first appeared in 2007 as a former boyfriend of Fiz Brown's, her first in fact.
 seemed to be getting better, but the strain of knowing he's murdered two people and buried a corpse gets to him when a solicitor calls him Mr Fishwick, and he's pushed over the edge. Again. This time he's found by Peter in the bookies, rocking backwards and forwards.

Maria confides in Chris about what Frank did to her, and he reacts as calmly as you'd imagine - by storming into Underworld and attacking him. Then he persuades Maria to go to the police and Frank is arrested. But will justice be done, especially as Carla sides with her new business partner? Sally is upset when a legal hearing rules she's not entitled to half of Kevin's scratchcard winnings, but then he turns up with a cheque for the full pounds 200,000.

Eddie is desperate to get back into Anna's good books See how to find a good computer book.  and decides to propose - but he might not be pleased with her answer.

HOME & AWAY Cain is again in Emmerdale.

SHAM marriages are a soap favourite - look at Graeme and Xin in Corrie - and now Grace and Elijah's falls apart after a visit from immigration immigration, entrance of a person (an alien) into a new country for the purpose of establishing permanent residence. Motives for immigration, like those for migration generally, are often economic, although religious or political factors may be very important.  officers. As Grace is led away, Leah vows to find out who dobbed them in. Charlie's not happy about Ruby's relationship with Casey, until he wins a science competition.

HOLLYOAKS * RHYS has been kidnapped by a mysterious blonde who calls herself Jenny and demands the money he stole from her brother, the late Danny Houston. Later, Doug is shocked to bump into 'Jenny' (played by Daisy Turner, younger sister of EastEnder Lacey) as it's clear they have a history.

NEIGHBOURS * TASH tries to pass off someone else's ultrasound pictures as her own, but Summer sees through her rouse and tells a furious Andrew there's no pregnancy. And Callum tries to unlock his past through hypnosis.

DOCTORS * A COMMENT from her father suddenly makes Zara decide she wants to be a mum, even though she's going through an early menopause. Also, Elaine's colleagues worry when she takes in Ed, and look out for guest stars Jean Fergusson Jean Fergusson (born December 20 1944 in Wakefield, Yorkshire) is a British television and theatre actress, who is best known for playing the part of Marina on the British situation comedy Last of the Summer Wine.  and Paula Wilcox.


COP THIS: Cain is arrested again in Emmerdale.
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Date:Apr 17, 2011
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