January 28, 2023

Holly oak spoilers follow.

Holly oak has again referenced serial killer Silas Blissett as Bobby Costello’s downward spiral continued.

The boy has shown violent tendencies just like his grandfather, most recently killing Verity Hutchinson to protect the secret that he had Sylver McQueen die in the pastry fire.

On Wednesday’s (December 21) first episode, Felix discovered John Paul passing out drunk in the Price Slice after having a relapse.

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Felix showed him kindness by calling a support group to help John Paul cope. With Felix’s encouragement, John Paul then looked at his family and explained what had happened.

John Paul announced that he was going straight to a support group meeting and then going into treatment. Felix explained that “John Paul’s main concern” was ruining Christmas, so he encouraged the McQueens to still try to enjoy the day.

“It’s a deal as long as you stay,” Mercedes told Felix.

During the day, Bobby became increasingly jealous of his mother spending time with Felix instead of him.

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Sally interrupted Felix and Mercedes just as they were about to share a kiss under the mistletoe by ringing the dinner bell.

“I like having you in the team,” Mercedes assured Felix warmly.

Bobby continued to simmer over his mother’s new love interest, with a sinister cliffhanger showing the boy reading a letter from his late serial killer grandfather Silas, in which Silas told Bobby, “When it comes to protecting what’s dear to you, there is no measure too drastic. So when something you value is threatened, you must eliminate everything that stands in your way – by any means necessary.”

What terrifying revenge is Bobby planning now?

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Holly oak streams first on All 4, with new episodes airing every weekday morning. The show airs Monday to Friday at 6:30pm on Channel 4 and 7pm on E4.

Selected omnibus episodes are available at Prime video.

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