Tiffany gets involved in a dangerous situation, Ian's restaurant launch is a bust, Ted hides his health problems, and Billy tries to win over Honey.
Tiffany Butcher is flattered by the attention from Jagger and when he asks her to meet up she agrees. At the park, Jagger introduces Tiff to the rest of the gang. Feeling a bit out of her depth but keen on Jagger, she swigs some booze to impress him. Is she getting herself into something she can’t handle?
Ian has invited the Walford Gazette to attend the restaurant opening. But when he realises the journalist is someone he’s clashed with in the past, he is worried! Meanwhile, Kim’s keen to go along to the launch as they’ve been promised some VIP treatment. Despite trying to cry off going, Kush finally turns up, much to Denise’s delight. But things soon go downhill when Kush tucks into the free bar then - to Kim’s horror - announces to everyone that she’s pregnant! As the launch descends into chaos, Ian gets one more shock when he catches Masood and Kathy kissing!
Ted prepares for his trip abroad but he’s still getting chest pains. Bernadette is worried when she learns that Sonia has taken Ted to A&E. Although Ted insists to Bernadette he’s got the all clear, he’s been told he has angina. Rather than deal with the news, he heads to the pub with Patrick.
Also, Billy makes a big effort when he prepares a welcome meal for Honey but in typical Billy fashion it ends in disaster!
EastEnders continues on BBC1 on Thursday
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