Coronation Street spoilers follow.
The following article contains discussion of themes including suicide that some readers may find upsetting.
Next week's Coronation Street episodes see evil Geoff Metcalfe desperately try to regain his control over his wife Yasmeen, while Steve McDonald fears for his young son Oliver.
Here's a full collection of 14 big moments coming up.
1. Geoff sends Yasmeen disturbing messages
After confronting Geoff for his secret use of an escort agency and his lies about the hotel booking, Yasmeen bravely sticks to her guns by walking out on him. She takes her suitcase with her, planning to attend Zeedan's wedding in Spain without Geoff.
Yasmeen goes to see Alya and admits that she was right about Geoff all along. However, Yasmeen is stopped in her tracks when she receives unsettling messages from Geoff, which suggest that he might take his own life.
2. Yasmeen makes a worrying discovery
Geoff is playing mind games with Yasmeen, but she refuses to ignore his messages and heads back home to check on him. Alya reluctantly comes along too as moral support.
Yasmeen is shocked to find a smashed photo frame on the table, along with drops of blood, but Geoff himself is nowhere to be seen. Much to Alya's dismay, Yasmeen refuses to go to the wedding under the circumstances.
3. Yasmeen speaks to the police
Yasmeen still has many unanswered questions about Geoff, in light of the allegations that Alya has been making about him. She decides to speak to the police about accessing information about Geoff under Clare's Law, which gives any member of the public the right to ask the police if their partner might pose a threat to them.
After making the approach, Yasmeen has a secret meeting with two police officers in the community centre. When she hears the full details of Geoff's criminal past, will Yasmeen realise that she's in danger?
4. Steve worries when Oliver has a seizure
Leanne leaves Oliver with Steve for the day, but Steve gets distracted by helping Emma through her latest dramas with Seb. He asks Summer to look after Oliver for a while, as he tries to support his grown-up daughter.
By the time Steve returns, he finds Summer in a panic as Oliver has suffered a seizure. Steve rushes his son off for medical attention, desperately hoping it's nothing too sinister.
5. RIP Eccles
Eccles becomes unwell while on a walk with Emma, who decides to take her along to the vets as a precaution. Once there, it's confirmed that Eccles has an inoperable tumour and the kindest thing would be to put her to sleep.
When Ken, Tracy, Steve and Amy turn up, they hear the upsetting news that Eccles has already passed away.
6. Ken is pushed too far by Charles
Ken returns home to his apartment at the Still Waters retirement complex after the sad news about Eccles, but more trouble is brewing there.
Norris tells Ken that Charles has been making some nasty remarks about Eccles, still unhappy over the time that she fouled inside the building. Ken is furious and vows to stand against Charles when he's put up for re-election as residents chair.
7. Bernie moves out
Bernie is upset after Gemma asked her to leave, no longer wanting her help. She's still the only person who can see how much Gemma is struggling, so fears her daughter is merely burying her head in the sand.
Before leaving, Bernie urges Chesney to keep a close eye on Gemma. Chesney is curious over Bernie's comments and tries to get Gemma to confide in him, but she insists everything is fine.
8. Gemma nearly loses the quads
There's a worrying incident involving Gemma when she gets on a local bus service with her babies, only to hurry straight back off the vehicle when she starts to feel anxious. She leaves the quads on board and unattended.
Chesney watches the incident unfold and rushes straight after the bus, managing to get the babies back before they're driven off too far. Finally seeing just how serious the Gemma situation is, Chesney gets on the phone to Bernie and reveals that they need her help.
9. Gemma finally reaches a turning point
Gemma is still reluctant to speak to Chesney or Bernie following the incident on the bus. It's only when Rita tracks her down in the Victoria Garden that Gemma's mood changes and she finally opens up over her dark thoughts.
Rita takes Gemma back home, where she confides in Chesney too. Chesney is determined to get Gemma the help she needs and takes her along to the medical centre.
10. Rick's daughter returns
Rick's daughter Kelly is back on the scene, crossing paths with Asha and Summer at the cafe and breaking the news she has just enrolled as a new student at Weatherfield High.
When Gary spots Kelly, he's anxious about the possibility of Rick's death coming back to haunt him. Wanting to know what's going on, he calls Kelly's old school to ask why she left.
11. Emma loses it with Seb
Emma wants to move back into the salon flat and tells Seb to leave, but is furious when her ex refuses to budge.
Emma decides to force the issue by gathering together Seb's belongings and throwing them out of the window, creating a public spectacle. It seems that Emma and Seb could have reached the point of no return.
12. Michael looks for a new job
Michael is hoping to land a telesales job at Underworld and tries to impress Alina during the interview.
Michael ends up babbling away nervously to Alina and talks about his daughter, but it does the trick when she warms to him.
13. David behaves strangely
David is still feeling the buzz from his encounter with the gang who tried to mug him at knifepoint. Disturbingly, he seemed to enjoy the drama and may be looking for a repeat incident.
When David heads out for a walk, he refuses to tell Gail where he's going. Will she realise that he's up to something?
14. Roy learns of four shock arrests
Nina, Mary, Evelyn and Toyah form an unlikely partnership by heading off to the town hall for a zero carbon protest.
Things get out of hand, leaving Roy shocked when he later learns that the foursome have been arrested. Heading down to the police station with Imran, peacemaker Roy hopes to get them out of trouble.
Coronation Street currently airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on ITV.
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