Emmerdale spoilers follow.
Emmerdale's Chas Dingle and Al Chapman will arouse suspicion next week as they continue to sneak around together.
Show bosses have previously confirmed that Chas will give into temptation with Al as she struggles with the news that her mum Faith is terminally ill.
In next week's episodes, Chas continues to feel like her life is spiralling out of control as she worries about Faith.
Chas seeks out Al once again and they share another passionate kiss. Chas even suggests that they should book a hotel to take things further.
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The following day, Faith feels unwell after her latest chemotherapy session and she ends up collapsing.
Seeing Faith struggling so much, Chas feels terrible over her recent behaviour and decides that it's time to cut ties with Al again.
The fallout sees Chas start to overcompensate, as she jumps straight on board with Faith's idea for a big party to celebrate Paddy's birthday.
When Al then brings his girlfriend Kerry Wyatt to The Woolpack and inevitably interacts with the Dingles, there's an unspoken tension with Chas.
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Al even admits to Chas that he was jealous upon seeing her spending time with Paddy. Chas denies feeling any awkwardness, but it seems she may be kidding herself.
A day later, Chas finds herself in a similar position of jealousy when Kerry boasts about a night of passion with Al.
Chas and Al end up clashing in the middle of Main Street, with both clearly envious of the other's relationship.
The pair are unaware that a suspicious Charity Dingle is watching their every move. Have they been rumbled?
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Michael Wildman, who plays Al, recently explained why his character is drawn to Chas in the current storyline.
He told Digital Spy and other media: "Al's stepfather has now died and he struggles with that, only because there's a lot of questions that he would've wanted to ask, which he now doesn't get a chance to do. At this stage Al is in limbo and he's lost. That's basically how him and Chas connect at this moment in time.
"They have connected a few times before, so I don't think it's too much of a shock that the two of them can hold a conversation, even given what's gone on previously – all the stuff with The Woolpack."
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV and streams on the ITV Hub.
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