Hollyoaks policeman George Kiss urges John Paul to make a decision

Hollyoaks spoilers follow.

Hollyoaks will reveal a secret about George Kiss next week, as he urges John Paul to make a decision between him and James Nightingale.

John Paul (James Sutton) is currently dating the local policeman, but there’s been some telltale signs to suggest that he could be drawn back to his ex.

Although John Paul is keen to make his latest romance work, doubts will creep in when James pokes fun at his new relationship, having suspected that something doesn’t seem right between the couple.


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John Paul will be left further confused when Georges dismisses his attempts to be affectionate in public.

As always, this uncomfortable exchange is witnessed by James, who can’t hide his delight that his earlier suspicions appear to be correct.

When George leaves, James swoops in to invite John Paul to a client dinner with him that evening.

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After dinner, a tipsy James and John Paul are walking through the village when they’re stopped by George, who is on police duty.

As James goads George about spending time with John Paul, a furious George arrests them both and locks them in a cell together.

Unable to hide his irritation, George then tells a shocked John Paul that he should use this time alone with James to decide who he really wants to be with.

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With John Paul locked up, George secretly heads off to meet his friend Andy, only to find that his needy ex Dean has turned up instead.

With Dean growing increasingly desperate, it will become apparent that George isn’t actually as squeaky clean as he makes out. What has he been hiding?

Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Friday, September 11 at 7pm on E4 and Monday, September 14 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

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