Next week on Coronation Street, Robert Preston finds himself in hospital after a car crash that could see his affair with Vicky Jefferies exposed.
When Michelle Connor picks up on the hints, her suspicions are confirmed when she follows him to Vicky's house. Confronting him about his pregnant girlfriend, will he be able to talk his way out of this one?
Elsewhere, Roy Cropper believes his online scrabble opponent is his long-lost brother, Richard. When they track him down at his home, though, Robert is heartbroken to learn that Richard is dying.
Chesney Brown and Gemma Winter are approached by a marketing bigwig who wants them as the new faces of of supermarket giant Freshco – and the amount of money she offers them knocks them for six.
Billy Mahew has some stern words of warning for Bernie Winters' boyfriend Kel after he's released from prison, and Emma Brooker plays fairy godmother in the McDonald household.
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When Michelle hears that Roy has offered her role to Ayla, she wants to look out for her and tells Ayla not to accept any inappropriate behavior from Roy...
But when it gets back to Roy that Michelle has been talking about him he's furious, and heads over to the Bistro with his lawyer to serve her a letter of breach of contract and defamation.
Robert is driving home from Vicky's after placating Tyler over the Amy situation, but when he receives a call from a shaken Michelle following her run in with Ray he's distracted, and crashes is car.
Having been cut off, a frantic Michelle tries to call Robert back but is horrified when his phone is answered by police, who tell her he's been in an accident. Michelle rushes to visit him in hospital and is confused when a dazed and confused Robert starts asking about a baby...
Meanwhile, Vicky is at the same hospital for a scan and when the nurse recognises her, breaks the news that Robert has been in a terrible accident. Vicky rushes to find him on his ward - will Robert be able to keep his two women separate?
But Robert's drug-fuelled rambling in the hospital rouses Michelle's suspicions and when he's back on his feet she follows him in the car with Carla to Vicky's address.
Inside the house, Robert is breaking the news to Vicky that their relationship is over, but that he still wants to be a part of the baby's life.
Outside, Michelle's suspicions are confirmed as she watches Robert leave Vicky's house. Back in Weatherfield, Michelle confronts
Roy confides in Carla that the reason he's been so obsessed with his online scrabble is because he thinks his opponent is his long lost half brother, Richard.
When he finds an address for him, Carla comes with for emotional support but Roy is disheartened when a young woman, Nina, answers the door and insists she doesn't know anyone called Richard.
With Carla's encouragement, Roy tries again at the address and this time they are let in when Roy introduces himself as Richard's online scrabble opponent.
Eventually, Roy comes clean about who he really is. Richard's daughter, Nina, explains that he's suffering from pulmonary fibrosis and doesn't have long to live. Carla takes Nina aside and tells her she'd be lucky to have Roy in her life.
With Amy and Steve constantly squabbling, new housemate Emma is determined to get them seeing eye to eye and comes up with a plan to spend some quality time together as a family.
Emma announces that they'll each take it in turns to suggest a fun activity to do together. It's Steve's turn first, and when he picks a football match Amy is suprised to find she enjoys herself.
For Amy's turn, she picks a Little Mix concert and Steve is less than pleased. Feeling her work is done, Emma announces she's moving back home, leaving Amy gutted.
In a bid to get Emma to stay, Amy pretends to sprain her ankle but when Emma says they probably shouldn't go to the concert, Amy admits she'd faked it to get Emma to stay. Emma tells her they'll always be sisters and they can hang out all the time if she wants.
Elswhere in Weatherfield, Kel is released from prison and when Bernie suggests a family dinner to celebrate, a furious Paul outright refuses to join them.
As they say their goodnight's after their family meal, Billy rounds on Kel and warns him to stay away from No. 5 – and certainly from Joseph - or he'd regret it. Are Billy's threats enough?
Meanwhile, Gemma and Chesney have been contacted by the Marketing manager of Frescho who is interested in booking them and the quads as they new faces of the supermarket.
With a £500 bill to pay back to the hotel in Llandudno (thanks to Bernie drinking the mini bar dry!) Gemma and Chesney are keen to accept - but are knocked for six when she offers them £60k.
In the Rover's after signing the contract, an elated Bernie insists they book a holiday with all the money - but a clear headed Gemma refuses, saying the money is for the babies' futures.
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Now let's recap on what's happening this week on the Cobbles...
Gary Windass is dead set on getting revenge on love rival Ali Neeson, and hires a private investigator to keep tabs on him.
When Gary learns about the Doctor who was dismissed for supplying prescription drugs, Gary is sure he's got some dirt on Ali.
But Ali is determined to cover his own back, and when he finds Gary's ledger exposing his criminal activity, who has the upper hand?
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Elsewhere, Robert Preston tells Steve McDonald all about his daughter Amy's budding relationship with Tyler Jefferies. When Steve bans Amy from hanging out with Tyler, Michelle Connor is baffled as to why Robert would have got involved.
Things aren't looking good for Shona Ramsay and David Platt - particularly when Gail Platt reveals she's cancelled their wedding as there is no way David's getting out of prison in time.
Abi Franklin decides to go on a boozy date with Kevin Webster the night before her maths GCSE, leaving Sally Metcalfe fuming, and Carla Connor tackles Roy Cropper's online scrabble addiction.