Gray makes an interesting discovery in the Leo case.
The week begins with Gray trying to rectify things with Whitney, however he becomes riled when he struggles to build his case due to lack of evidence. Needing more to go on he visits Sonia, however she is perplexed by his behaviour – however things look up for Whitney when he makes an interesting discovery. Later in the week when she discovers what it is, she’s left struggling to process the information.
There’s more heartbreak for Dame Sharon of Walford as she breaks down while discussing her plans for Dennis’ funeral with Linda. Her emotions are later further shook when she learns Dennis’ body is being released to the funeral parlour. There’s bittersweet moments for Sharon also this week when she registers Kayden’s birth. However later in the week she has another breakdown, with Kathy stepping in to offer support. Struggling she makes the decision to allow Kayden’s nanna, Karen, to look after the baby.
Elsewhere this week do not adjust your TV set’s volume, its not a fault, its the continuing issues surrounding Ben and his struggle with his loss of hearing – that viewers are also let into with the change in audio during these scenes. Callum suggests Ben learns sign language, however the Mitchell prince isn’t so keen. Later, Ben is shocked when he gets a visit from Brookside’s Barry Grant – Danny played by Paul Usher – who has a proposition for him. Despite struggling to hear what Danny is saying, Ben pretends he can and agrees to whatever is being proposed.
In his personal life Gray is mortified to see the injuries he inflicted on Chantelle, she’s not convinced and remains cold to his amends-making attempts.
As the week comes to a close Linda is left po-faced when Shelley pops into The Queen Vic and informs Isaac all about Linda’s recent alcohol problems. Not withered by Shelley’s acid tongue Linda broadcasts some home truths back to the apparent mother perfect. As Isaac commends Linda for standing up for herself, Mick glowing with pride makes it clear he’s impressed with his wife being strong in standing up to Shelley.
EastEnders, Monday and Friday at 8pm and Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One.