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Tony struggles to deal with the trauma caused by Eric in Hollyoaks

Will Diane and Beau be able to help him?

When Diane tries to reassure Tony that he has nothing to worry about regarding her attending the Women’s conference, his concern is only heightened as Beau delivers the alarming news that their car has been broken into.

With strange circumstances surrounding the break-in, they're left wondering if it was just mindless criminals, or if there's more to it.

When Tony can’t find Diane in the flat, Tony goes into panic mode and later, his paranoia is sent spiralling when Jack sees online that Diane is at the women’s conference with Maxine.

After some wise words of wisdom are shared in an attempt at calming Tony down, CCTV footage shows a hooded intruder inside The Dog moving furniture and vandalising the pub. Was Tony right to be worried all along?

With Tony more worried than ever about the safety of his family, Beau wakes up and discovers The Dog has been broken into. But are things as sinister as they seem?

After discovering something in the CCTV footage, Beau hides it from the family and detective Zoe. Beginning to fear the worst and feeling unsafe in her own home, Diane along with the children goes to stay at Scott’s for the night, leaving Tony and his son to protect the pub. But when Beau discovers a hooded figure in The Dog once again later that night, who could it be?

The following day, Maxine joins Tony and Diane as they await news on Eric’s sentencing and later on in the week, Tony receives an unexpected call from Eric asking him to go and visit him in prison.

Concerned, Diane thinks it’s time her husband seeks professional help for the trauma left behind by his brother. And after seeking advice from Honour, Diane takes things into her own hands and takes Tony to confront his fears and visit Eric.

The following day, with Tony on a mission to take back control of his life and get things back on track with Diane, he plans a romantic night for them both. But first, he needs to get Eva to sleep through in her own room, so leaves Beau and Maxine with the task of keeping her awake during the day.

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


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