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Tony struggles to get the teens on side as they accuse the Earl of stealing their phone in Hollyoaks

But who's really behind the recent mobile phone thefts?

After being asked by Rafe to cover for him as the host of the final week of the Earl of Dee challenge, Tony asks Beau if he’d like to be his assistant. Hesitant at first, Beau soon changes his mind when he sees the outfit that’s been ordered for his dad to wear.

During the workshop, the teens tell Tony they refuse to participate until they get their phones back believing the Earl is the one who took them. With the kids refusing to participate, Tony is left to complete the Earl of Dee challenge himself.

Meanwhile, Lucas watches on alone as the teens reassure each other they won’t drift apart when they get their new timetables. And when Beau manages to find a way to get the teens to participate in the challenge, Tony realises his phone has also gone missing.

Trying to help refocus the teens, Tony encourages a group meditation session, but the teens have other ideas and sneak off. Upon their return, Tony presents them with another group bonding idea, litter-picking!

With the teens still refusing to take the Earl of Dee awards seriously, Tony is left at his wit's end. After managing to divert Rafe from seeing the mess the teens have caused, the Earl tells Beau and Tony that the press will be coming tomorrow.

Down in the dumps, Tony feels like a failure and when the day of the Earl of Dee Award finale arrives, Beau finds the campsite wrecked.

Hollyoaks continues Mondays to Fridays at 6.30pm first look episodes available weekday mornings on Channel 4 and weekday evenings at 7pm on E4


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