Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) is about to get a horrific get up name tonight as the truth dawns on him about how he has been groomed by far right terrorists Jonny (Ray Quinn) and Stuart (Chris Simmons) – however it appears to be like prefer it may be too late to put issues right.
As a hate stuffed Jonny decided to attack the engagement celebration with a tool, the bomb fell to the floor and exploded in the again yard subsequent to the Maalik family. Yasmine (Haiesha Mistry) was close by and was left with her life hanging in the stability, whereas Jonny was additionally badly injured in the explosion.
As the mud settles, Ste is reeling from how far issues have gone. Destruction lies in the wake of Jonny’s actions and as Misbah (Harvey Virdi) rushes to the scene of the chaos, she and Sami (Rishi Nair) are terrified that they are going to lose Yasmine.
But with Jonny bleeding to demise in the kitchen, Misbah can’t ignore her conscience and her morals and determines to attempt to save him too. But Ste is dumbstruck with disgust as Jonny’s loathing response to Misbah coming close to him and he makes it clear that he would slightly die than be helped by a Muslim physician.
Misbah bravely follows by way of with the therapy in the face of the horrific abuse whereas Ste watches the scene unfold – however can Jonny be saved? Or will he push Misbah away and permit himself to die together with his soul filled with hate?
Meanwhile, Sami angrily confronts Ste about what has occurred – with Ste having boasted that he could be concerned in one thing large, Sami tells him that Yasmine may die due to what he is concerned in.
In a extremely charged scene, Sami spells out to Ste precisely what has occurred to him and the way he is a pawn in the world of a racist gang. While Ste recites every thing he has been instructed, Sami provides him meals for thought as he hits him with some dwelling truths.
With Ste slowly seeing how the far right gang function, will he be prepared to activate them and their horrific beliefs? Or is he too far trapped of their world now to escape?
And what about the Maaliks and the group as an entire, who’re rocked by what has occurred in the village because of racism and radicalisation? Can all of them unite and battle again in opposition to the wicked poison from the far right?
Hollyoaks continues on Tuesday 17th September at 7pm on E4.