Hollyoaks favourite Sienna Blake (Anna Passey) confronts Summer Ranger (Rhiannon Clements) after she finds a hidden note from her missing sister, Liberty Savage (Jessamy Stoddart).
A guilty conscience makes Liberty write a condolence note for Leah Barnes, who she attacked by mistake last month, and swap it out for the card that Summer intends to put with a cake for Leah’s family.
Damon Kinsella (Jacob Roberts) questions Sienna’s priorities which touches a nerve and Sienna asks Summer if they can slow things down.
Spilt food colouring gives Summer the idea to pretend Brody Hudson (Adam Woodward) has come back to attack her, and she even tells Sienna that he’s beaten her before. Who will Sienna believe?
Looking for Summer, Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) questions Sienna about the card, and she is delighted when she recognises the handwriting immediately so calls Damon to tell him the good news.
When Summer overhears, she tries to convince Sienna to let her give the letter to the police instead, but will Sienna listen?
Later, Damon tries to get Sienna to see that Summer is gaslighting her but when she brings the topic up with Summer, she denies it.
Brody returns to the village to meet best friend Damon in The Folly to discuss their plan.
Determined to set the world to rights, Damon tries to get Brody to help him find Liberty and prove his innocence, but Brody worries about being locked up and refuses to meet Damon without more evidence.
Before he goes back into hiding, Brody breaks into Sienna’s flat to see baby Faith and is forced to duck behind the washing when he hears Sienna and Summer coming, but will they find him?
Meanwhile, there's a surprising turn of events when Cindy Cunningham (Steph Waring) gets an anonymous text asking to meet, and it turns out to be Luke’s son, Ollie Morgan (Gabriel Clark).
He’s back asking for more money, and not wanting his dad to know, but when Cindy tells him about Sue’s death, he has a change of heart.
Meanwhile, Luke (Gary Lucy) is moving at one-hundred miles an hour as he makes plans to marry Cindy as soon as possible, and his sister, Zara (Kelly Condron) is heartbroken as she finds out about Luke’s illness.
Later, Cindy finds a letter in Sue’s belongings, showing that she had been writing to a man in prison, and they are shocked to discover his identity.
Cindy convinces Zara that burning the letters without telling Luke is the right thing to do, given the identity of the person Sue was writing to, knowing it would hurt Luke.
However, they miss some visiting orders amongst Sue’s things and are forced to do what they can to pretend that Luke is confused.
Home again, Ella Richardson struggles to adjust to life back in the village. Nancy Hayton (Jessica Fox) tries to keep her return from distracting Charlie, but the close friends meet in secret, only to be caught by Darren Osborne (Ashley Taylor Dawson)
When Nancy finds out, she and Darren make a shocking decision, Ella is forbidden to see Charlie.
Keeping secrets again, Mandy Richardson (Sarah Jayne Dunn) avoids telling Ella the truth about being forbidden to see Charlie.
Ste convinces his son, Lucas to help Ella get involved in the Game of Assassins but, instead, he plays a cruel joke on her, making her feel even worse.
On a mission to help her feel better, Mandy asks Charlie to visit Ella in secret, but they’re caught out again and when Ella discovers that Charlie isn’t meant to see her, she lashes out at Mandy, but Mandy retaliates with a hurtful comment.
At The Hutch, Mandy finds an empty till and a note from Ella saying she’s run away.
The search is on for missing Ella. At The Hutch, Darren, Nancy and Jack realise that Ella has stolen money and Mandy pleads with them not to tell the police, but the stress gets too much for her, and she has a panic attack.
Hollyoaks airs weekdays on Channel 4 at 6.30pm followed by a first-look episode on E4 at 7pm
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