Terrifying scenes are to be followed up this week in the Hollyoaks TV soap, eventually putting the lives of the residing villagers in danger. The recent addition to the show, West End star Sam Tutty in the role of Timmy, is a tech genius and now a part of the ‘bluebird’ operation as he is added to the team by Fergus Collins (Robert Beck).
The show witnesses Fergus trying to convince Walter Deveraux (Trevor A Toussaint) and Martine Deveraux (Kéllé Bryan) to sell Price Slice, and decides to plan a robbery with the help of Timmy and Warren (Jamie Lomas). Fergus’s hope is that it will scare the Deverauxs into giving up their business. While speaking to Inside Soap, Sam Tutty said that his character will eb sticking to the show for some time as it was Timmy’s mastermind to break-in. Sam said, “I’m getting involved with a lot of people I’d not met before, and there’s definitely an element of obsession to come – but with who or what, I’m not allowed to say.”
Timmy is wasting no time in executing and helping Fergus and Warren with their business plans as he settles into this new village. Sam said that his character Timmy is kind of “proud” that the pair is listening to him which hints to the future “Obsessive” behavior Sam might possess.
He explained: “The heist is all Timmy’s idea – and Warren and Fergus actually listen to him! They go, ‘Okay, let’s trust Timmy and his plan’, which he’s very proud about.
Sam added, “There are times when it becomes very tense and they’re all like, ‘Oh, my God, are we going to get away with this?’ The police turn up, and we’ll see how Timmy deals with that.”
Maxine Minniver (Nikki Sanderson) finds one of the group’s tool bags, and the ‘Bluebird’ operation is seen to blow up but Warren is successful in distracting her and also tells her that he wants to take her away during the anniversary of her wedding to Patrick.
But if Maxine was not able to stop them, the police might end the job. As when the police showed up, all the colors were drained from the trio’s (Fergus, Warren and Timmy) face and eventually they put someone else’s life at risk. However, the question still remains: Will they be found out and also, will the victim be okay?
Hollyoaks currently airs new episodes from Mondays to Fridays at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first look screenings at 7pm on E4.