Coronation Street fans are predicting another spell in prison for Paul Foreman (Peter Ash) after assuming he has something to do with Kel Hinchley's death.
During Wednesday night's first episode, police spoke to Paul at Underworld after a body found dead was formally identified as Kel's.
Paul showed no remorse which is completely understandable considering twisted Kel put him through years of sexual grooming as a child.
But he worried he got himself in some trouble when he mentioned Kel being murdered, when police had never told him how his old abuser died.
Viewers have predicted Paul had something to do with the death, which means he could be sent down again.
One tweeted: "I think Paul might have killed Kel."
Another wrote: "Has Paul got something to do with Kel's death? Can't remember back that far."
A third wondered: "Did Paul or Bernie kill Kel?"
Someone else said: "Has Paul just accidentally made himself a suspect in Kel's death?"
A fifth mused: "Paul has nothing to worry about if he's not involved in Kel's death..."
While another speculated: "Billy hoping Paul gets arrested so he can get with Todd... seems perfect motivation."
Paul's tragic past with Kel was exposed late last year when it was revealed that Kel had groomed Paul into believing the abuse was actually a loving relationship.
Bernie Winter (Jane Hazlegrove) discovered the truth and also found photos of Kel's sex crimes, leaving her horrified.
She headed to the police after Paul, worrying he'd have to relive the abuse, refused and Kel was arrested.
Eventually, Bernie set up a trap to lure Kel into, making him believe he was going to meet a 14-year-old in the woods.
She filmed the ordeal and, with a bag of alcohol and condoms he'd left, hoped she'd have enough to get Kel sent down.
However it seems her dreams for him being sent down never happened, as a police man told Paul that Kel had been dead for some time.
Could Paul have caught up with Kel after Bernie's sting mission and made sure he could never abuse again?
Coronation Street continues Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV