EastEnders spoilers: Honey Mitchell gives Adam an ultimatum
Honey Mitchell makes a relationship decision, Sharon Mitchell confronts Mel Owen and Whitney Dean gets closer to a scheming Leo.
Honey Mitchell is determined to forget her relationship troubles with some Halloween fun in Thursday’s episode of EastEnders (7.30 pm, see our TV Guide for full listings (opens in new tab)). Although cheating boyfriend Adam Bateman tries to wriggle out of going to the fancy dress party at The Queen Vic, Honey puts her foot down and insists they go.
After making a fantastic effort with their costumes, Honey gets into the swing of things at the party. When Adam apologises for not being around for her more, Honey is touched as he offers to take them all on a family holiday.
But there’s trouble in paradise when Adam’s former mistress Habiba Ahmed turns up, upsetting Honey. She turns to publican Mick Carter for relationship advice and he hatches a plan to cheer her up.
Sharon Mitchell is fired up after learning some inside information on Mel Owen from stepson Ben Mitchell. She decides to confront Mel with what she knows and demand that blackmailer Mel back off. Will Sharon’s plan work?
Whitney Dean is not sure how she feels about Leo (opens in new tab) after recent events but her friend Chantelle Atkins encourages her to speak to him. After the pair have a heart-to-heart at the Halloween party sparks fly. By the end of the evening they are sharing a passionate kiss…
Also, Kheerat Panesar has a showdown with Iqra Ahmed’s girlfriend Ash as some family history comes to light. Tiffany Butcher learns of Jack Branning’s plans to make her cool her engagement to Keegan Baker.
EastEnders continues on BBC1 on Friday at the later time of 8.30 pm.
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