But is he just being paranoid?
After gaining access to his wife’s laptop, Tony discovers that prior to the accident she was planning a valentine’s day event at The Dog.
Worried that she’s doing too much too soon, a concerned conversation leads to Diane feeling hurt and like her husband is ignoring her feelings. Wanting to make it up to her with a surprise, he calls in help from Beau and Darren.
Much to Tony, Darren, Beau and Jack’s relief, Scott comes to the rescue and helps organise the Romeo and Juliet surprise party for Diane at The Dog.
After taking Darren up on his offer to help at The Dog, Tony feels threatened when he makes passing comments about Diane training with his son. After voicing this to Beau and his wife the pair feel hurt. Is Tony just being paranoid?
After letting his jealousy get the best of him, Tony tries to make amends but gets the cold shoulder from Beau and Diane.
Later, an honest conversation sees Tony and Beau agree to move forward from the situation and Diane decides to distance herself from Beau.
And when a 4-star review in the Harold Express leaves Tony with a spring in his step, this doesn’t last long as business rival Damon tells him how The Love Boat received a higher rating from a food blogger.
Determined to give the pub owner the positivity he needs, Beau secures a 5-star review for The Dog.
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