And as he plans to visit Eric in prison, can he change and ever be forgiven?
When Mason decides that he wants to go back to school, his parents support him, but the happiness is short-lived when they find out someone has started a petition to get Mason out of the school.
After seeing posters in the village campaigning for Mason to be expelled from Hollyoaks High, Honour meets with Nancy who encourages her to move forward. And Honour suspects it was Ste who put the posters up.
When Maxine tries to talk sense into Mason, he doesn’t listen. And later, Eric finds out he's getting a visitor tomorrow. Mason!
The next day, Dave catches Mason skipping school and is horrified to discover that he's planning on visiting Eric in prison.
Later, Honour ambushes Eric by turning up to the visit instead of Mason, in the hope that he can give her the insight she needs to help her son, but things between them quickly turns sour.
At the park, Maxine advises Mason to show his family how sorry he is and hopefully one day they can find it in their hearts to forgive him. Later, with Serena on a video call, Mason assures his family that he will prove to them how sorry he is. But can he be forgiven?
After being suspended for losing her temper during her meeting with Eric, Honour fears she’s going to lose her job and Mason seeks legal advice from Maxine to see if he can save Honour’s job. Can she find a way to help her?
Later, Maxine tells the Chen-Williams that they can sway public opinion by organising a women’s rally. As Maxine gets to organising the rally, Lizzie thinks her posters are too tame and wants to go with a bolder approach. After recording a video on social, urging women to attend the rally, Dave admits how proud he is of her.
When Dave asks Tony and Diane to talk some sense into Eric so he doesn’t press charges against Honour, will they agree?
Hollyoaks continues Mondays to Fridays at 6.30pm on Channel 4 with first look episodes available weekday mornings on All4 and weekday evenings at 7pm on E4