Coronation Street's on-off couple the Websters will leave viewers wondering if it could be third time lucky when Sally turns to Kevin for support this week.
The couple - played by Sally Dynevor and Michael Le Vell - have been together on-and-off since 1986, been married twice and both had a string affairs.
Sally, embroiled in the murder of her evil ex-boyfriend Frank Foster, finds comfort in the arms of her ex-husband Kevin as she recovers from her nightmare ordeal.
The couple split when Sally found out about Kevin's affair with tragic Molly Dobbs, resulting in baby Jack.
But something always seems to bring Sally and Kevin - parents to feisty daughters Rosie and Sophie - back together.
Michael and Sally, who play the couple, have always said their characters were meant to be.
Michael said last year: "It feels like they're meant to be together. But Kevin did a very bad thing, and baby Jack will always be there to remind her of that."
And Sally added: "I think she does really care about Kevin. Maybe they can live happily ever after, but it's all so confusing."
There will be even more trouble for the couple, as it was recently revealed that their youngest daughter Sophie is set to become a drug addict after falling in with the wrong crowd.
But viewers will have to wait and see if Sally and Kevin really are meant to be.
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