Hollyoaks spoilers for Monday's (June 1) first-look episode follow.
Hollyoaks drug dealer Jordan Price has started two-timing both of the Lomaxes.
In recent weeks, Jordan (Connor Calland) has got his hooks into Peri Lomax (Ruby O'Donnell) by convincing her that he was interested in a serious relationship, when in reality he was using her for a place to stay.
Jordan has also kept his relationship with Peri secret so he could also quietly flirt with her mum Leela (Kirsty-Leigh Porter)! In Monday's (June 1) first-look episode, the dealer made his next move.
Peri was convinced that Jordan was finally ready to take a major step in their relationship when he invited her to meet publicly in the Salon De The — but that was not the case at all.
Instead, Jordan broke it off with Peri, telling her it wasn't a good idea for them to be dating if they were living under the same roof.
"It's killing me to do this, but I can't risk it," he insisted. "I've finally got a home."
Jordan later continued to turn on the charm around Leela, with the firefighter finally relenting and telling him that they could begin dating so long as they kept it a secret.
"I like secrets, and I really like you, Mrs Lomax," Jordan beamed, before the two shared a kiss.
While Jordan is firmly a baddie at the moment, Connor Calland recently hinted to Digital Spy that fans might soon see a more vulnerable side to the character when Jordan's drug dealing boss, Victor (Ripper Street actor Benjamin O'Mahony), arrives.
"A lot of people have labelled me as the bad guy, which I am. But if you think I'm bad, there's another thing coming," he hinted.
"Victor brings an element of unpredictability and aggression that maybe Jordan lacks as much as him. I think Jordan brings those elements to the show, but when Victor comes in, he brings a lot more and turns it up another notch.
"The way you see Sid and Juliet with Jordan, is going to be how you'll see Jordan with Victor. It's going to be a very interesting dynamic, because where that does leave Sid and Juliet? Who knows?"
Hollyoaks airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first-look episodes airing on E4 at 7pm. Wednesdays through Fridays on E4 will feature classic episodes called Hollyoaks Favourites to compensate for the soap suspending filming.
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