Keanu Taylor threatens to tell Louise about his relationship with Sharon, Kush gets himself in more hot water with Stacey, and Linda asks Karen for advice...
Keanu Taylor is still in shock after finding out about Sharon Mitchell's pregnancy. He confronts her but she insists that the baby is her hubby Phil Mitchell's, not his. Struggling with the news, Keanu insists that he needs to tell his pregnant girlfriend Louise Mitchell about their affair, despite Sharon’s assurances that it must be kept secret.
Arranging to meet Louise for lunch, Keanu prepares to tell her the truth. A desperate Sharon searches for Keanu only to bump into Karen who soon realises that Sharon is pregnant! Sharon returns home to find Phil, Louise and Keanu waiting for her. Has the truth come out?
Stacey Fowler needs a babysitter but her mum Jean Slater isn’t well so she reluctantly agrees to let cousin Kat Moon take her son Arthur to the park. Kat has already agreed to meet up with boyfriend Kush Kazemi but they realise that it’s a bad idea given the difficulties with Stacey.
Kush agrees to leave but when Arthur begs his dad to stay, Kush can’t bring himself to refuse. Stacey's husband Martin Fowler, however, finds out that Kush is with Arthur and he’s furious. He and Stacey storm over to confront Kush and Kat and they are stunned by what they find out…
Linda Carter is feeling lost over her concerns for her son Ollie Taylor’s autism and she asks fellow mum Karen Taylor for advice, as Karen's sons Riley and Chatham Taylor have learning difficulties. Karen, however, has a lot on her mind and she accidentally upsets Linda.
When Linda's hubby Mick Taylor suggests to Linda that they book a private assessment for Ollie she’s not convinced. Mick has food for thought, however, after some wise words from Karen.
Also, Kathy Beale is worried about her recently released grandson Bobby Beale's distant behaviour as he is finding it difficult to fit into being back home.
EastEnders continues on BBC1 on Thursday at 7.30 pm
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