Hollyoaks spoilers follow.
Warren Fox, Felix Westwood and Brody Hudson are in serious trouble now that abuser Cormac Ranger has woken up in Hollyoaks.
The trio have been agonising for months after Warren (Jamie Lomas) left Cormac (James Gaddas) in a coma, with his daughter Summer (Rhiannon Clements) trying to track down the culprits.
Summer has also developed a romantic connection with Brody (Adam Woodward), leading to some awkward scenes in Thursday's (February 18) first-look episode as she shared that the hospital was going to try lowering her dad's sedation levels.
Liberty (Jessamy Stoddart) was simultaneously scheming to help her sister Sienna (Anna Passey) win back Brody, going so far as to distract Summer with a baking order so Sienna could make her move.
Sienna tried winning Brody back by showing him the book he'd had made for Sophie and Sebastian, which ended with an ellipses – signifying "to be continued" rather than an end.
But Brody wasn't convinced, telling her: "All you've done is use this Cormac situation for your own ends. Same old Sienna."
Sienna angrily walked off just as a tearful Summer approached, with Brody assuming she'd been told Cormac had died.
"No, Brody, you don't understand," Summer explained. "It's worked this time. Dad's awake! We can finally find out who did this to him."
Are the walls closing in on Brody, Warren and Felix?
Hollyoaks currently airs new episodes from Mondays to Thursdays at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first look screenings at 7pm on E4.
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