Holby City has hinted that Chloe Godard (Amy Lennox) could be about to be drawn back into Cameron Dunn's (Nic Jackman) dark orbit, as he sets his sights on his ex once again.
Tonight's (November 17) edition of the BBC medical drama saw Cameron basking in the glory of being hailed a hero for his feature in a prestigious medical magazine, with a trio of new junior doctors in awe at meeting him.
When a patient Cameron was treating made it very clear she fancied him and asked for a selfie, Nicky McKendrick (Belinda Owusu), who has secretly been sleeping with Cameron for several months, teased him about his new-found fame.
Despite Nicky making it clear that she wasn't jealous, the incident did prompt Nicky to tell Cameron that she doesn't want to sneak around and hide their fling anymore, particularly around their flatmate Chloe.
"I'm tired of lying," Nicky said, telling Cameron that she wants them to go public with their romance. Although Cameron told her to "leave it with me", it seemed clear that he wasn't as keen on the idea as Nicky was.
Chloe joked to Cameron that his patient wanted to "have her wicked way" with him. Cameron retorted that he is "waiting for the right girl" but when Chloe joked that he could have his pick of ladies these days, his expression suggested that he already felt he'd found her.
Later on, Cameron asked Chloe if she fancied going for a drink after work, just the two of them, and Chloe accepted, leaving Cameron feeling jubilant.
Poor Nicky was in for disappointment when she later bumped into Cameron outside the hospital café and he unceremoniously ended their fling.
"You were right about skulking about. Why don't we take some time off to think? Do us both good," he said, before walking away from an upset and confused Nicky.
After work, Cameron met up with Chloe by the bar and promised her a gin, while Nicky arrived home on her own with only a takeaway pizza for company and oblivious to Cameron and Chloe's date.
But considering all that fans know about malicious and devious Cameron, it's possible that Chloe could end up in danger after getting close to him again.
Actor Nic Jackman, who plays Cameron, has teased that despite the fact that his character has already claimed two lives, we haven't seen the worst of him yet.
"If you think you've seen Cameron at his worst, you really haven't. In the next few months, we see that he's capable of much more and it becomes very, very dark," he told Digital Spy.
The actor added that Cameron finds it very easy to manipulate people, explaining that he "plays people to give himself an advantage" and "really doesn't think twice about using people".
Will Chloe and Nicky discover Cameron's true colours?
Holby City continues next Tuesday (November 24) at 7.50pm on BBC One.
Digital Spy now has a newsletter – sign up to get it sent straight to your inbox.
You Might Also Like