The hit ITV soap will see brothers Ross (played by Mike Parr) and Finn Barton (Joe Gill) stumble upon a cannabis factory and decide it could become their very own money-making machine.
As the brothers explore Wylie's Farm, Ross trips on a cable and makes a discovery of a large scale cannabis enterprise.
The pair believe this could be the answer to all of their financial problems, but could end in devastating circumstances.
Ross actor Mike Parr told Express.co.uk: “Finn runs to the old house, Wylie’s farm, and as he tries locking himself in he trips on a wire.
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"And that’s when we find there’s been squatters or drug dealers who have moved in on our turf and set up a big old cannabis farm. And it’s big.
“Ross doesn’t learn his lesson. He doesn’t see weed, he sees pound signs.
He continued: “It could potentially be a Breaking Bad moment.”
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Ross is looking for financial gains after giving all the money he can get to Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb), including trying to blackmail Robert Sugden (Ryan Hawley) for £5,000.
Mike added: “It’s very bad, we’ve been paying double rent. Ross is on-off at the garage.
“He’s been giving all the money he’s been making from stealing cars to Debbie for Sarah, and [his mum] Emma, in all her grief, has forgotten that she’s been paying for Wylie’s farm, so we’ve been paying double rent and now we’re just skint Eastwood.”