What is Charlie (Declan Bennett (opens in new tab)) thinking? Why has he let his disgusting, vile, low-life of a father anywhere near his baby?
Nasty Nick (John Altman (opens in new tab)) is pure poison and him being anywhere near Charlie’s newborn son can’t be good for the baby. So what is going on?
The happy event that should have been Ronnie (Samantha Womack (opens in new tab)) and Charlie having their baby has become a horror show…
Ronnie’s in hospital, fighting for her life after the car crash - and that’s just where nasty Nick wants her to be. In fact, the only way he wants Ronnie to leave the hospital is in a coffin.
Nick caused the accident, cutting the brake line on the car that Roxy (Rita Simons (opens in new tab)) crashed. He heard Ronnie tell Phil (Steve McFadden (opens in new tab)) she wanted Nick dead and decided it was “kill or be killed”.
When - not if - Phil (and Ronnie, if she lives) get their hands on Nick, his days being a grandfather will be over.
So, is Nick just making the most of his time to play Grandad with the baby? That doesn’t really sound like him…
Or is Nick using the baby to threaten to Charlie? That sounds much more like him!
What Nick is doing is actually quite stunning: he’s trying to help traumatised Charlie bond with his son.
Find out how that goes in EastEnders (opens in new tab), BBC1, Thursday, January 8, 7.30pm.
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