BBC One Soap EastEnders fans know the drama and chaos that happens in Albert Square every week.
The consequences of the next seven days are no different. There’s a lot to do in Walford to keep us entertained.
Last week we saw Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) and Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) start a shocking romance love story with seduction in the air when Kat called Phil to help her with her broken down vehicle. At the time, Phil was supposed to be on a date with Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean), but she got up to play the hero with Kat.
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Although the two clearly have feelings for each other now, Kat is set to seek revenge this week after hearing Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) make cruel and inappropriate comments about her. before he heard his father Phil agree with his feelings.
Unaware that he was only doing this to keep their relationship a secret, she is considering giving the Panesar family – Phil’s greatest rival and competitor in the business – information that could cause them to snatch his customers and hurt his company in the process.
Meanwhile, Ruby Allen’s (Louisa Lytton) lies catch up with her. After claiming she was 12 weeks pregnant, she’d been on a mission to actually get pregnant with Martin Fowler’s (James Bye) baby. All of this to keep him from going back to his ex-wife, Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner).
Now, actually with child, a private scan shows she is seven weeks after her pregnancy. While Martin asks when they can do the 12-week scan, she is forced to work out a plan that will keep him from smelling her. How it will continue to do so remains to be seen.
The tragedy can actually strike if Ruby is forced to call the hospital and tell them that she is bleeding during the week. Only when she later returns to the square does it get scary to argue again with Stacey, who leads to the stairs. where Ruby falls backwards and falls down the stairs.
All of this and more in this week’s EastEnders, which continues on BBC One on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.