Hollyoaks star Kai Owen has uncovered new subtleties of his return as Pete Buchanan, which will see him encounter Joel Dexter.
Imprisoned Pete shows up in the wake of sending Cleo McQueen (Nadine Mulkerrin) a letter through the post, praising her for her commitment to Joel.
The undesirable contact from Pete sends Cleo on another descending winding and Joel is frightened when he recognizes her gorging once more.
Joel professes to in any case take care of business of the fabric in order to get some time alone with Pete at the jail, however would he say he is arranging?
Talking about the forthcoming scenes, Kai clarified: “Pete is a dim and controlling character. Those are his default settings, so when Joel undermines him, those deformities come out. He spots shortcoming and exploits it.
“When Pete finds Cleo’s life partner, he quickly considers Cleo and his brain starts to stay at work past 40 hours: ‘Who is this man? What does he need? Is it accurate to say that he is an immediate danger?’
“I actually think Pete feels he didn’t do anything amiss with how he dealt with Cleo, which in itself is awful. He is wired thusly, these are his musings. He needs genuine assistance.”
Rory Douglas-Speed, who plays Joel, added: “Pete is a startling character and rapidly changes his ‘feeling frustrated about himself’ act, by sloping up the pressing factor.
“It’s truly abnormal for Joel and Pete to meet one another. In the wake of hearing such a great amount about him over the recent years, it’s a significant expected gathering between both of the characters, which I’m certain the crowd will discover exciting.
“Joel by and by accepts that Pete is at the focal point of the entirety of Cleo’s issues. That is the reason he’s meeting him in any case. You’ll need to watch out for what comes next one week from now, however the crowd will adore and abhor everything simultaneously.
“I’d likewise prefer to say that I was truly delighted to work with Kai, and I gained such a great amount from him. He’s a truly flawless man, awesome entertainer, and all round hero.”