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Marilyn returns to Bay

Little ray of sunshine Marilyn may have clip-clopped back into the Bay but she's dragging a dark cloud dark cloud  

See absorption nebula.
 with her.

Just who was the blood-soaked amnesiac she discovered at the roadside? Well, it turns out it was Aden's estranged brother, Justin.

The mystery deepens when it turns out that Justin was involved in a car crash along with an unknown passenger, who has subsequently vanished. And why was Justin covered in blood when he was barely injured?

Meanwhile, Xavier moves in to the farm after falling out with Gina. But what is he hiding in his secret shoe-box? Marilyn moves in with Alf and Miles, but the guys are not impressed when she tries to impose her healthy eating regime on them.

Finally, still troubled by the secret he is keeping from Leah, Elijah considers leaving the Bay.

EMMERDALE MONDAY, STV STV Single Transferable Vote
STV Star Trek: Voyager
STV Samanyolu TV (Turkey)
STV Satellite Television
STV Scottish Television
STV Stranglethorn Vale (World of Warcraft computer game) 

Sad Laurel looks for revenge

After struggling through the week with the memory of the ordeal he endured due to the machinations of the sinister Sally, Ashley reaches his breaking point.

Laurel is concerned with her husband's behaviour and when Sandy encourages her to confront him head on, she asks Ashley what is troubling him.

The priest breaks down and tells her what happened, and while Laurel is shocked, she pulls herself together, intent on not letting Sally destroy their marriage.

Dragging him to the police station, Laurel supports Ashley as he makes a statement. However, she struggles to cope as he begins to recount what happened, and vows that Sally won't get away with her actions.

When Viv reveals that she saw Sally in Hotten, Laurel turns up at her flat and forces her way in. She is shocked when Sally claims that she is pregnant and horrified hor·ri·fy  
tr.v. hor·ri·fied, hor·ri·fy·ing, hor·ri·fies
1. To cause to feel horror. See Synonyms at dismay.

2. To cause unpleasant surprise to; shock.
 when she sees the crazed woman has a shrine to Ashley in her home.

Laurel loses her calm and the two women begin to struggle on the balcony, moving dangerously close to the edge.

With everything that Sally has done over the past months, just how far will Laurel go to protect her family?


In River City, Innes agrees to go on a date with Jennifer's friend Beth - and despite his usually overconfident o·ver·con·fi·dent  
Excessively confident; presumptuous.

 manner, he's oddly nervous about it. Nevertheless, the pair are soon locking lips and everything is going swimmingly, until he does a runner. Jennifer wants to know what's going on Verb 1. know what's going on - be well-informed
be on the ball, be with it, know the score, know what's what

know - know how to do or perform something; "She knows how to knit"; "Does your husband know how to cook?"
 and is surprised by his explanation.

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.  MON,STV,7.30pm

All change

Jason's life goes from one extreme to the other this week.

When his divorce papers arrive, he realises he's free to start a new life with Tina.

However, his life changes when he has a go at Nick for kissing Tina, splits with the raven-haired Kabin worker, quits his job, gets drunk and has an accident which leaves him with partial memory loss - he's 16 left believing he and the divine Tina are still an item.

Meanwhile, Nick and Audrey advise David to stop interfering with witnesses, and Gail is shocked when he tells her he visited the Lakes and risked her freedom.

Elsewhere, Graeme comes to the rescue when Aadi gets locked out of the flat on the balcony two floors up.

It's happy families


n. 1. (Zool.) The parson bird.

Tue, Tues abbr (= Tuesday) → ma 
 in full British Broadcasting Corp.

Publicly financed broadcasting system in Britain. A private company at its founding in 1922, it was replaced by a public corporation under royal charter in 1927.

Raymond wants to be a foster parent. We know he's been down in the dumps lately but is bringing children into his life the way to snap him out of his slump?

Eileen doesn't believe it is. When he asks her to foster with him, she wastes no time telling him what she thinks of the idea - it would be a disaster, particularly as they didn't exactly do a great job first time around with their own kids. But when their neighbours also question his suitability as a foster parent, she leaps to his defence. Could she change her mind after all?

Jennifer decides the perfect way to raise some cash would be to organise a talent contest.

Big Bob reckons it will provide him with the perfect opportunity to prove he isn't like Molly, until nerves begin to get the better of to obtain an advantage over; to surpass; to subdue.

See also: Get


Old face returns

Australian soaps have an annoying habit of introducing a character, allowing us to get used to one actor playing them, then getting somebody else to portray them later on.

It happens again this week, when Steph's stepdaughter Summer Hoyland Summer Rose Hoyland is a fictional character in the Australian soap opera Neighbours, played by Marisa Siketa. She first appeared as a regular from May 20, 2002 to July 19, 2005, making recurring appearances from 2005 to early 2007.  turns up out of the blue after being expelled from her posh music school.

The last time we saw her, she was a cute little blonde-haired poppet pop·pet  
1. A poppet valve.

2. Nautical
a. A small wooden strip on a gunwale that forms or supports an oarlock.

b. One of the beams of a launching cradle supporting a ship's hull.

. Now she's got a completely different head - and nobody on Ramsay Street Ramsay Street is a fictional residential street in the Australian soap opera Neighbours and is located in the fictional suburb of Erinsborough, Melbourne. Traditionally, the street begins on the opposite side of the main road, fictionally dubbed "Wentworth Avenue", but  seems to have noticed. There's little wonder Zeke doesn't recognise his old friend when he first claps eyes on her.

Steph herself finally turns up after doing a runner following her night with Dan. She has big hugs and smiles for everyone - except poor old Lucas.

As we already know, she only has bad news for him - but does she have the guts to come clean yet?




NEIGHBOURS: Declan is worried when Kate insists she can still keep dancing with a badly sprained ankle A sprained ankle, also known as a ankle sprain, ankle injury or ankle ligament injury, is a common medical condition where one or more of the ligaments of the ankle is torn or partially torn. .

EASTENDERS: Social services social services
Noun, pl

welfare services provided by local authorities or a state agency for people with particular social needs

social services nplservicios mpl sociales 
 are not sure the Vic is the ideal home for Louise, but Shirley finds a solution.

EMMERDALE: Chas is puzzled when Paddy continues to stick up for Aaron. Moira and John can't agree on how to punish Holly.

CORRIE: Becky fears Steve has lost his mojo, and tries to put some of the passion back in to their marriage. Ryan lets Sian know that she may have a rival for his affections.

HOME & AWAY: Gina finally reaches the end of her tether and throws Xavier out following another one of his violent outbursts. Alf receives a visit from an old friend.


NEIGHBOURS: Susan advises Zeke to plead guilty in court, but he's determined to make a stand instead.

EASTENDERS: Becca and Jean both compete to be the centre of the the newly returned Stacey's attention.

RIVER CITY: Deek is shocked to see Stella lash out at Molly, but Bob suspects the little old lady may not be all that defenceless adj. 1. same as defenseless; as, a defenceless child s>.

Adj. 1. defenceless - lacking protection or support; "a defenseless child"

vulnerable - susceptible to attack; "a vulnerable bridge"


EMMERDALE: Speculation about Paddy's injuries is rife as Pearl tells Jamie the vet has been mugged, while Chas resorts to calling the police in her quest to learn the truth.

HOME & AWAY: Xavier moves into the farm following his latest row with Gina, but Tony and Martha believe the feuding pair just need help to patch up their differences.


NEIGHBOURS: Callum finds the courage to stand up to the bullies, but he may have a harder job winning Sophie over. Zeke discovers there is such a thing as bad publicity when PirateNet starts hitting the headlines.

EMMERDALE: Carl enjoys winding up Nicola, but at least Hannah and Victoria are mature enough to call a truce. Holly apologises for her recent behaviour, while Paddy catches up with his locum locum /lo·cum/ (lo´kum) [L.] place.

locum te´nens , locum te´nent a practitioner who temporarily takes the place of another.
 vet, Rhona Goskirk.

HOME & AWAY: Romeo comes down with a severe case of stage fright - just wearing the costume makes him feel ill. Nicole's internship goes from bad to worse when her boss steals her ideas, while Angelo spots Charlie with her counsellor, and jumps to entirely the wrong conclusion.


NEIGHBOURS: Paul expands his media empire, and Lucas rallies the forces of the Neighbourhood Watch.

EASTENDERS: Shirley discovers the real reason Ben doesn't want to share his home with his sister Louise.

EMMERDALE: Eli and Olena bond over a cooking lesson, but Charity is not in the mood for playing at being a domestic goddess.

CORRIE: Rita decides to sample Lewis's services for herself - without telling Audrey. Tina goes awol, and she's not the only one, as Becky also does a disappearing act.

HOME & AWAY: A paranoid Angelo tries to make friends with Michael, purely to pump him for information on Charlie. Annie is upset when Romeo quits the school play.


NEIGHBOURS: Steph agrees to come home following a talking to from Libby. Zeke gets his job back.

EASTENDERS: Ronnie warns Roxy against putting her trust in Danny, and Chelsea tries to win Carol's approval.

EMMERDALE: Edna receives an unexpected visitor, and Charity is annoyed when Cain fails to do any housework, but still finds time the time to leer at some scantily scant·y  
adj. scant·i·er, scant·i·est
1. Barely sufficient or adequate.

2. Insufficient, as in extent or degree.

 dressed girls.

CORRIE: Becky receives devastating news which she thinks could spell the end of her marriage. Sunita recruits the Peacocks in her plan to make Dev buy number seven.

HOME & AWAY: Liam can't help noticing that Xavier seems strangely protective of his shoebox and shares his suspicions with Martha. Elijah confides in Miles.

Silly Billie holds up Phil

The Mitchells fight back when an armed Billie attempts to rob them


Do you remember when Carol disapproved of Billie's romance with Whitney, not because they were practically related, but because she feared Bianca's ward would be a bad influence on him? Well, it seems she was right to worry about her son being led astray - but she's been focusing her attention on entirely the wrong person.

OnMonday, all Whitney wants is for her boyfriend to join her for a meal at the Argee Bhaji bhaji

pl bhaji or bhajis an Indian savoury made of chopped vegetables mixed in a spiced batter and deep-fried [Hindi]
, but he has other plans after his 'crew' discovers he didn't really get rid of the gun, and put pressure on him to rob the Vic.

That evening,Carol gets a shock when she comes out of the toilets at the pub to find her son holding Phil Mitchell up at gunpoint, but luckily Billy Mitchell keeps his wits about him, and tackles the lad.

It turns out that Billie was actually holding a water pistol, but the incident still rocks the Branning-Jacksons, with Jack and Max competing to be the one who gets their nephew back on the straight and narrow, and Whitney giving her boyfriend an ultimatum.

It looks like they've managed to get through to Billie as he tells Kylie he can't see her anymore, before using Lauren's birthday party to announce that he's thinking of joining the police force.

However, the celebrations look set to be short-lived, as Kylie enters the club holding a gun - and this one definitely isn't a toy. As a shot rings out, the party descends into chaos, and Carol panics when she sees Billie covered in blood.But as the dancefloor clears, it becomes clear that it's another member of her family who is most in need of help. After losing Bradley, could the Brannings be about to face another tragedy?

Meanwhile, Janine is still busy dreaming up ways to make some cash without having to go to all the trouble of actually getting a job.Her plan to go begging with little Morgan backfires, but she soon comes up with an even better idea - getting Ryan to charm resident heiress Roxy.


Shobna Gulati has organised a talent show featuring her Corrie co-stars. She hopes it will raise money for charity - and seeing as the event has already sold out, chances are it will. Emily Symons, who returned to Home & Away last week as Marilyn, says she was initially nervous but felt right at home once she put on the character's famous stilettos.


SEEKING ANSWERS... Aden IMPOSING...Miles, Alf and Marilyn TROUBLE... Laurel and Sally just don't see eye to eye BREAKING POINT... Tina and Jason IN DUMPS... Raymond BACK WITH THE FAMILY... Steph and Summer BAD INTENTIONS... Gun-toting Kylie visits the club, top. Janine hatches another scheme using Ryan, above.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Mar 27, 2010
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