Televison: Flaming mad Corrie bunny boiler burns down Dev's shops.
Deranged Maya (Sasha Behar) takes her ultimate revenge on ex-lover Dev (Jimmy Harkishin) and his new wife Sunita (Shobna Gulati) by setting fire to his chain of corner shops.
He goes to investigate, then realises Sunita is in danger. He races home to find his wife trapped in their flat after being tied up and gagged.
In EastEnders, Zoe's (Michelle Ryan) face is badly scratched and Dennis (Nigel Harman) is accused of hitting her. When he demands an explanation, he's amazed by what she tells him.
I wonder if Hollyoaks' scriptwriters have bought some cast-offs from EastEnders. How else do you explain their storyline where Dan (Andy McNair) spots cuts on his ex-girlfriend Debbie's (Jodi Albert) face? He hears her former boyfriend Darren (Ashley Taylor-Dawson) apologising and thinks he must be responsible. Cue fisticuffs...
Down Emmerdale way, Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) hasn't found love since wife Tricia was killed on New Year's Eve. But things are looking up for the gormless chef when he gets close to Donna (Verity Rushworth), although he urges her to keep their relationship under wraps.
On Friday, Family Affairs notches up its 2000th episode and Pete Callan (David Easter) battles with wife Eileen (Rosie Rowell), who framed him for arson. She loses her footing and falls into a river... will he jump in to save her or let her drown?
In Neighbours, the warring Kennedys - Susan (Jackie Woodburne) and Karl (Alan Fletcher) - meet in the divorce court, while in Home And Away, it's revealed why twins Jade (Kate Garven) and Kirsty (Christie Hayes) Sutherland don't look alike.
A family arrive and claim Jade was swapped at birth with their daughter. You couldn't make it up.
And in River City, teen mum Michelle (Laura O'Donnell) confides in Bob (Stephen Purdon) she wants to leave Shieldinch with baby Rochelle.
Ciaran (Keith Duffy) stops Dev entering shop fire
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Nov 21, 2004|
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