TYRONE Dobbs goes off the rails this week as he tries to protect both Fiz and Hope Stape from the repercussions of an upcoming book.
But after attacking Nick Tilsley, the Coronation Street mechanic goes too far once again and repercussions could be severe.
The past continues to haunt Fiz (played by Jennie McAlpine) this week in the cobbles.
Adamant on supporting her, Tyrone Dobbs (Alan Halsall) goes to unimaginable lengths, particularly to protect her eleven-year-old daughter Hope (Isabella Flanagan).
However, this leads to devastating consequences and even backfires on him.
Coming up, Fiz and solicitor Adam Barlow (Sam Robertson) meet up with the publisher and she implores her to remove Hope’s name from the John Stape book.
In the garage, Tyrone finds a leaflet advertising a Q&A session with the journalist who duped Hope into giving information about her family online.
He later enters the hotel room as the Q&A is in full swing but when the journalist suggests that Fiz was complicit in her late husband's crimes, Tyrone is unable to contain his anger.
In a blind rage, he climbs on the stage and slaps the journalist round the face.