Lenny gets more than he bargained for when Teresa takes action. Louise makes an unexpected new friend.
Meanwhile, Sonia and Robbie are left home alone when Ricky and Bianca go on holiday.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Subtitled
Terry's ideas for earning more money from his shop backfire when Tony discovers a plot.
Phil's growing fury towards the Beales about their interference in his life gets out of control.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday
Speculation about Huw's lovelife increases, a string of events enrage Mark, and Roy receives a lucrative visit from an old friend.
This week's episodes written by Tony Basgallop ; Producer Lis Steele
Director Tim Leandro WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
A look behind the scenes atthe
Forest Mere health farm in Surrey. It's give-up-smoking week and both the clients and staff are nervous. The smokers are put through a battery of therapies but theircraving increases, and then the ultimate test beckons - atriptothepub. Meanwhile celebrity guests arrive - Sir
Jimmy Savile and actress June Brown alias Dot from EastEnders.
Director Hannah Berryman ; Executive producer Stephen Lambert Subtitled.
Robbie throws a party and Sonia finds herself in a frightening situation with an uninvited guest. Another deal goes wrong for Roy, who takes it out on Pat. For cast see Thursday Omnibus edition on Sunday
Frank reveals everything in a seedy club. A car chase ends in secrets being shared off square. For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Subtitled ........................ WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
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