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Monday Preview: "Waifs and strays"

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Sunday, 31 January 2016



Monday "Waifs and strays" by walfordeast

Kim explains to Denise that a married couple need their space.

He's Back! - Pictures

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Jordan Johnson will make his comeback next month. Joivan Wade who now plays him will be joining the cast.  After Denise visits her murderous ex-husband in prison to discuss Jordan's whereabouts, family and friends desperately plead with Denise to stay away from him and his son.

After an argument with Patrick about the situation, Denise heads over to speak to Carmel about it and she comes to the decision that she will leave them in her past.


After speaking to Carmel, Denise makes her way back across the square where she is shocked to see Jordan waiting for her. He is not happy and warns her to stop looking for him.


EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, February 8 at 8pm on BBC One.

Masood Punches Kush! - Pictures

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Saturday, 30 January 2016


Shabnam decides to give Kush the benefit of the doubt and the pair arrange a time to sit down and talk through their problems. The only thing is, Kush doesn't show up!  Shabnam realises he is at the hospital visiting Arthur. When he returns she explains it is over.

When Shabnam reveals to her father that her marriage to Kush is over, he does his best to try and convince her to stay and make it work. Shabnam refuses and explains that it is the right thing to do.

Later, whilst speaking to Carmel, Masood is furious when he finds out the truth about Kush, Stacey and baby Arthur. Mas tells Carmel to get out of his house before heading over to confront Kush. The pair exchange a few words and Masood punches him in the face. He tells Kush to keep away from his daughter.





 EastEnders continues Monday 1st February on BBC One at 8pm

Where Are They Now? (Part Five)

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 Scarlett Alice Johnson played Vicky Fowler from 2003 - 2004.

Vicky Fowler, the daughter of Michelle Fowler and Den Watts. Vicky will be best remembered for her magic accent that disappeared overnight, an error by EastEnders at the time. Vicky returned to Walford from Florida and soon caused drama when she fell pregnant with Spencer Moon's baby. Her sister Sharon tried to buy her baby but Vicky ended the pregnancy despite Spencer wanting to be a father.

Vicki decided to leave the Square with Sharon and return to her mum for further tears and tantrums in Florida.

 
Since filming EastEnders, Scarlett has appeared in many films including Adulthood. She has appeared in many hit series like Beaver Falls, Big Bad World and BBC Three's Pramface. She was last known appearing in The Angry Brigade in the Bush Theatre in 2014.





Nigel Harman played Dennis Rickman from 2003 - 2006.

Oh Nigel, time has certainly been good to you. Dennis Rickman, the unknown child of Den Watts and half brother of Vicky Fowler. Dennis rocked up in Walford after being persuaded by his sister Vicky. Dennis started a relationship with Sharon Watts, the adopted daughter of his biological father . . . keeping up?

Dennis was murdered by Danny Moon at the behest of gangster Johnny Allen. He died in the arms of Sharon in the Square, breaking the hearts of thousands of female viewers across the country...


 Since leaving EastEnders Nigel has had some BIG roles on TV, Screen and Stage. He has had some decent stints on Downton Abby, Hotel Babylon and Mount Pleasant. He has appeared in Shreck the musical in Leeds and the Guys and Dolls tour at the Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham plus many many more.



Louisa Lytton reveals hopes of EastEnders return

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Ruby Allen was the best friend of Stacey Branning and daughter of bad man Johnny Allen. When we post anything about a returnee, many of you ask for Louisa to return. It really is surprising because Ruby was in EastEnders for a little over a year and left Ten years ago!

Since EastEnders, Louisa has done so much television work. She skipped on over to ITV and appeared in The Bill for over two years.

She has appeared in a few movies and is currently in Channel 4's The Jump.

Many fans have their fond memories of Ruby and Stacey. It was with the pair that we were first introduced to Jean Slater and her bipolar disorder.

Ruby was also in a relationship with Stacey's brother Sean Slater. Louisa had big storylines surrounding the Slaters and of course Grant Mitchell and the Moon brothers.

Speaking the other day from The Jump she said "I've always said I would - I had the best time there.
"It was my first ever professional job."

"Given the right storylines, I'd love to go back. I had an amazing experience there," Louisa added.

"I'd never say never and for me, it's about doing what I love, and if I can act every day, of course I'll do that."


Would you like to see Ruby return to Walford to see her best friend? Let us know by hitting Yes or No below.


Ross and Babs Enjoy Night Out Before Huge Return

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Friday, 29 January 2016


Ross Kemp who plays Grant Mitchell and soon to return was spotted out on the tiles with on-screen mum Barbara Windsor. The pair met up for dinner alongside Barbara's husband, Scott, and Ross' wife Renee O'Brien.


Ross originally left EastEnders to pursue his journalism career but Grant will sensationally return in the spring when he hears the news of his mothers illness. It will mark 10 years since he last appeared in the soap.


 When asked about his return Ross said: “When I was approached about returning to EastEnders for Barbara’s final episodes, it was ­something I could not turn down.

“Barbara is a very close friend so when I learned of the storyline, it felt right that the Mitchell brothers are reunited with their mother for the last time."


 

The BSA are NOT happy with EastEnders

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Thursday, 28 January 2016


The Boarding Schools' Association (BSA) are not happy with the current EastEnders storyline which implies, in their opinion, that boarding schools are "corrupt".

Ian revealed to Jane that Bobby can start school eight months early due to an apparent bribe.


The storyline has been branded "fanciful and damaging" by the company that represents around 500 independent state boarding schools in the UK.

Responding to the claims, a spokesperson for the show said: "EastEnders is a drama and although we cover real life issues, our characters are fictional. 

"At no point has EastEnders ever implied that Bobby Beale received his place at boarding school through anything other than merit.  His father, Ian, merely suggested that he would like to make a donation in the hope of speeding up the process."


Carters Shocked at Dean's Plea Hearing - Pictures

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Wednesday, 27 January 2016


It's time for Dean to stand in the dock and either admit guilt or plead his innocence. It has not been confirmed how Dean will plead, lets hope Shirley can convince him to do the right thing!
Ronnie arrives to meet the Carters ahead of hearing








The End of Nancy and Tamwar? Emotional Scenes Ahead - Pictures

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Tamwar and Nancy are to go through a rough patch next week in what are said to be emotional scenes. It seems mixing business with pleasure will prove to be a big problem.

The pair are about to open a pop-up restaurant in the Launderette after their success of running The Queen Vic. Nancy quits her position in the family pub and is shocked when Tamwar fails to do the same with his market job, leaving Nancy feeling she has gone in on this alone.


During the launch night of their new venture, Tamwar lets Nancy down again when he walks out. The reason? Tamwar gets an important text, but he doesn't tell Nancy who it's from or where he's going.

Nancy is left to deal with the launch night alone and Lee realises she is having an absence seizure. When Mick and Linda see that Nancy has wet herself, they decide to take her home.

Tamwar turns up at the Vic later but an unhappy Mick turns him away, but not before letting him know how he feels about how he's treated Nancy.




Feeling humiliated, Nancy cannot forgive Tamwar when he failed to stand by her when she needed him the most. Shabnam tells Nancy she should forgive him, she explains that her brother is a good man. Nancy agrees to meet with him. Is it to end their relationship for good?

EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, February 2 and Thursday, February 4 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

Denise Visits Lucas! - Pictures

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Denise finally gives in from the pressure of her ex-husband Lucas Johnson. She agrees to meet him after she initially contacted him over concerns for his son Jordan.

Speaking with Claudette, she realises how lonely she really is and takes the first steps in contacting Lucas again.


Lucas agrees to discuss his son with her but she will have to go to the prison and see him face to face. Denise speaks to Shirley who is facing the same situation, whether to go and visit her son Dean.

Things become a little clearer for Denise at the prison, she realises that she still has feelings for him when they come face to face for the first time in 5 years.




Lucas feels that Denise still holds a flame for him and he uses this to reel her back in, claiming that he is the only one who can save them both.

The following day, Gloria arrives to see Denise to discuss the situation with Jordan. Patrick admits that he doesn't trust Lucas or his son.



EastEnders airs these scenes on Thursday, February 4 at 7.30pm and Friday, February 5 at 8pm on BBC One.

Shabnam: "Our marriage is over" - Pictures

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Tuesday, 26 January 2016


Some of us would say this was seen from a mile off but next week, Shabnam will tell Kush their marriage is over. Shabnam recently found out that Kush is the father of Stacey's son Arthur and although it happened during a break in their relationship, it seems too much for Shabnam to cope with.

The week starts with Shabnam asking Kush to move away from Walford with her. She soon realises that his feelings for his son are too strong for him to abandon him. This leads Shabnam to come to the decision that she can no longer be married to him.


Rakhee Thakrar, who plays Shabnam, revealed: ​"She knows too well you can only avoid your child's existence for so long, and actually it's very damaging.

"She loves Kush, and when you truly love someone you do what's right for them, even if they don't know it at the time. Not to mention what it'd be like for Arthur to grow up not knowing the truth about his own blood.

"It's the right thing to do, and she wants to make things right. She needs to make something right in her life.​"


Shabnam feels passionate about her decision and prepares to move to Pakistan. Thakrar said: ​ "I think this is a classic Shabnam reflex. She's been pushed to the edge and she can only jump or run. So she wants to run, as far away from this mess as she can.

"However, who knows if she will give in to this impulse. She's grown a lot this past year and I'd like to think she has a bit more fight left in her.​"

When asked about her daughter Jade Thakrar added: ​"She aches for her daughter but it's complicated.
"She's happy if Jade's happy, and from what she can see, Jade is being looked after. I think that does make her question whether Jade needs Shabnam really.


"When Zaair died, she was faced with a harsh reality that we tend to avoid a lot of the time - things can go wrong at any moment. So her main priority is always, what does Jade need? She loves seeing her around, even if it's from afar.


"She finds Jade's blunt nature very amusing and is very proud of the way she has such a strong sense of self. She desperately hopes one day Jade will forgive her for giving her up."


EastEnders will air these scenes next week on BBC One.
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