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Hollyoaks' James hatches new plan to free Romeo

Digital Spy (UK) logo Digital Spy (UK) 5 days ago Sophie Dainty

Gregory Finnegan standing in front of a store: Hollyoaks' James Nightingale will hatch a sinister new scheme as he becomes desperate to help his son Romeo next week. © Lime Pictures Hollyoaks' James Nightingale will hatch a sinister new scheme as he becomes desperate to help his son Romeo next week. Hollyoaks' James Nightingale will hatch a sinister new scheme to free his jailed son Romeo Quinn next week.

Romeo (Owen Warner) is currently facing a bleak future after being arrested over Mac Nightingale's murder.

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Although viewers know that Romeo is innocent, all of the evidence has suggested otherwise – thanks to some scheming from the real culprit, Breda McQueen.

Breda tried to frame James for the crime by planting a vial of poison on him, but she accidentally put it in Romeo's coat instead.

a man posing for the camera: Romeo Quinn in Hollyoaks © Lime Pictures Romeo Quinn in Hollyoaks Romeo also made matters worse for himself by attempting to flee with his girlfriend Lily McQueen, who sadly passed away from sepsis while she was at the station.

As James vows to get Romeo out of prison next week, he starts to despair when he fears he's running out of ideas.

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Rapidly reaching breaking point, James is given food for thought when Marnie tells him to put the blame on someone else.

When James spots Cindy in the village, it's clear that he's got her in mind for his new plan – but is he about to frame her for the sake of his son?

Hollyoaks airs weeknights at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first look screenings at 7pm on E4.

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