Will the teens involved get their comeuppance?
After reading an article about a county lines gang, Scott tells Maxine that he suspects Charlie was involved in Vicky’s drug overdose.
After smoking cannabis, Charlie is trying to hide his intoxication from his family, whilst mum Nancy is doing her best to make it up to him. And things go bad to worse for Charlie when he's confronted by Scott.
Paranoid, Charlie doesn’t want to keep the secret anymore, but when Leah refuses to come clean, will he?
As the investigation into Vicky’s spiking continues, a secret tip-off gives Sam and Zoe the evidence they need, and things aren’t looking good for Leah and Charlie when they’re taken in for questioning.
Amongst her battle to save her job and the school, Sally offers some kind words to Leah and Charlie, unknowing that the governor is also listening. Will this put her in good stead?
As Darren and James clash over Charlie and Leah’s involvement in the spiking, things get heated and they both come to drastic measures.
And when Honour receives another visit from the police asking for details from the party, she decides to take matters into her own hands and arranges an emergency PTA meeting to get to the bottom of it all.
When the parents gather to discuss the investigation, things soon get heated as they point the blame at each other’s child. An emotional Scott breaks up the group and reveals that he was the tip-off, having overheard a conversation between Charlie and Leah.
As Darren and Nancy fight to defend Charlie they accidentally reveal the whole story. Have they sealed Charlie’s fate?
Later, in a meeting with the governor, Sally finally receives an answer on the future of her job, has she been able to turn things around?
After updating Goldie on her recent sacking, Sally reveals her plan to fight to get her job back as she worries about rent. However, Goldie doesn’t remain convinced it’ll work and decides to hatch a plan of her own.
Meanwhile, at school, things turn hostile between Charlie, Leah, and DeMarcus, as he discovers their involvement in Vicky’s spiking. But a slip of the tongue from Leah leaves DeMarcus devastated.
And when Nancy is offered a new job, will she be up for the challenge as she struggles to manage her work-life balance?
Later in the school playground, Goldie stages a protest alongside Hunter and Mercedes as Sally's job hangs in the balance.
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