EastEnders spoilers: Martin Fowler is in terrible danger!

EastEnders Martin Fowler helps Tubbs with a collection

Martin Fowler is in a risky situation, Tiffany Butcher knows something about Whitney Dean's new man and Kush Kazemi is worried for Kat Moon

Martin Fowler is in a fix when Ian Beale asks him for Monday’s takings from the fruit and veg stall in Thursday’s episode of EastEnders (7.30pm, see our TV Guide for full listings).

When the amount is much less than Ian would like, a stressed out Martin snaps at his cousin, struggling with the pressure of the demands Ben Mitchell is making on him. Martin is due to attend a mental health appointment with his daughter Bex Fowler following her recent suicide attempt. But he misses the appointment after attending a pick-up with Ben’s criminal associate Tubbs. Things get out of control and Martin is left injured. Will he be okay?

Tiffany Butcher is intrigued about sister Whitney Dean’s new bloke and asks to meet him. Whitney introduces Tiff to Leo but she’s confused when it seems that Tiffany already knows him. Leo chatted up Tiff at Whitney’s disastrous wedding to Callum Highway.

Leo is concerned that his plan to get close to Whitney may have been ruined and Whitney’s put out when Tiffany questions Leo’s motives. Tiff feels bad for shaking things up for Whitney and tries to make things up to her but Whitney doesn’t want to hear.

Kush Kazemi is well aware that girlfriend Kat Moon is finding things difficult without cousin Stacey Slater around. He realises that Kat and the Slaters are struggling but can he do anything to help?

EastEnders continues on BBC1 on Friday at the later time of 8.30pm

Rachel Lucas
Forward Planning Deputy Manager

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