EastEnders spoilers: Rainie Branning takes DESPERATE measures!
Rainie Branning pushes things to the limit, Mick Carter goes AWOL and Keegan Baker and Tiff Butcher have an announcement!
Kathy Beale is in a fix over what to do about Rainie Branning and her demands to see baby Abi Branning in Tuesday’s episode of EastEnders (7.30pm, see our TV Guide (opens in new tab) for full listings).
But after Stuart Highway’s earlier threat, Kathy gives in. Despite Max Branning’s warning not to let Rainie take care of his granddaughter, Kathy suggests that Rainie take Abi to the park.
Meanwhile in EastEnders Stuart confides in Bex Fowler that he’s concerned about girlfriend Rainie as something seems out of whack with her behaviour. Bex thinks that Stuart should trust Rainie for once but when Stuart goes to find Rainie, he makes a devastating discovery. Later, Rainie resorts to desperate measures to get what she wants. What has she done?
Mick Carter has a doctor’s appointment to talk about his panic attacks. With wife Linda Carter not around, Mick asks his mate Mitch Baker to look after the bar while he’s gone. When Linda gets back to the Vic to discover Mitch behind the bar she’s taken aback and even more surprised to find out that Mick as gone to the doctor’s.
Sweethearts Keegan Baker and Tiffany Butcher message Keegan’s family and Tiff’s aunt Sonia Fowler to say they need to talk to them. When it’s clear that the pair have an announcement to make the families are left guessing as to what it could be…
Also, Martin Fowler insists to Ben Mitchell that he’s fine doing his loan shark collection (opens in new tab) job without additional back up.
EastEnders continues on BBC1 on Thursday at 7.30pm
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