JP Liz Registered User
#31

The poison dwarf Peggy probably wants to get her own revenge on Archie

DancingQueen:) Registered User
#32

I'd love to see that

JP Liz Registered User
#33

For months, EastEnders newcomer Neil McDermott has been named only as 'man' on the credits but his identity has now finally been revealed.

Ladies and gentlemen - as most of the online community have already guessed, Ryan is indeed Whitney's half-brother.

Until now, Whitney - played by Shona McGarty - has believed her male follower to be her knight in shining armour.

We saw Ryan fend off Whitney's potential love interest Todd Taylor (Ashley Kumar) back in February and then at the beginning of last month, he rugby tackled Nick Cotton (John Altman) to the ground before the café exploded.

However, in a fortnight's time, Whtiney's handsome stranger reveals his true identity to his half-sister.

So what do we know about Ryan? Well, he's nine years older than Whitney and they both have the same mother in Debra Dean (Ruth Gemmell). Surprisingly for soap, Ryan has "something of a dark past" and when Whitney starts asking questions about his life, Ryan immediately clams up. He's a closed, moody character and quick-witted kind of a guy, but certainly won't back away from potential trouble.

Ryan has an eye for the ladies, too. Anyone in particular, I hear you cry? Well, Ronnie Mitchell's (Samantha Womack) on the top of his proverbial 'to do' list...

A thief by nature, Ryan apparently doesn't stay in the same place for too long. So will he be hanging around for a while in Walford? He's certainly there for something - and if it's not his sister, then what?

Speaking of his role, McDermott said: "I was really excited when I joined EastEnders and it's great that the viewers will finally learn who Ryan is and what he's all about."

Executive producer Diederick Santer added: "Neil is a charismatic young actor playing an intriguing and complex character. While incognito, he made a big impression on EastEnders viewers. Now they know who he actually is, I'm sure things will get even more exciting."

JP Liz Registered User
#34

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Weddings never go to plan on Albert Square and it seems that funerals are no different.

Events take a dramatic turn in Walford when Stacey Branning causes a scene at Trina Johnson's burial.

After the coffin is lowered into the ground Stacey (Lacey Turner) turns up ranting and raving.

Wearing a tiny miniskirt, she proceeds to accuse everyone all of burying Lucas's wife alive.

The situation is only made worse when Denise tries to calm her down and the pair end up fighting.

Stacey then jumps into the grave on top of the coffin screaming and shouting: 'You've buried her and she's still alive'.

She frantically claws at the coffin before clambering out of the grave and running away.

Trina Johnson was the estranged wife of Lucas Johnson and a drug addict who was so addicted to heroin her son was born addicted to the drug too.

She turned up on Albert Square earlier this year to try and disrupt Lucas' planned marriage to Denise.

The storyline is the latest twist in Stacey's fight with bipolar, which causes her to act erratically.

Stacey has been on a downward spiral in recent months since the death of her best friend Danielle Jones (Lauren Crace) and her brother Sean (Robert Kazinsky) going missing in January after discovering his wife Roxy Mitchell's (Rita Simons) baby Amy wasn't his child.

Lacey, who plays Stacey, says of the bipolar storyline: 'I think its great that EastEnders is continuing to raise awareness of this difficult issue.

'With the research that EastEnders has done with these charities, I hope that I can do justice to this challenging storyline.'
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Weddings never go to plan on Albert Square and it seems that funerals are no different.

Events take a dramatic turn in Walford when Stacey Branning causes a scene at Trina Johnson's burial.

After the coffin is lowered into the ground Stacey (Lacey Turner) turns up ranting and raving.

Wearing a tiny miniskirt, she proceeds to accuse everyone all of burying Lucas's wife alive.

The situation is only made worse when Denise tries to calm her down and the pair end up fighting.

Stacey then jumps into the grave on top of the coffin screaming and shouting: 'You've buried her and she's still alive'.

She frantically claws at the coffin before clambering out of the grave and running away.

Trina Johnson was the estranged wife of Lucas Johnson and a drug addict who was so addicted to heroin her son was born addicted to the drug too.

She turned up on Albert Square earlier this year to try and disrupt Lucas' planned marriage to Denise.

The storyline is the latest twist in Stacey's fight with bipolar, which causes her to act erratically.

Stacey has been on a downward spiral in recent months since the death of her best friend Danielle Jones (Lauren Crace) and her brother Sean (Robert Kazinsky) going missing in January after discovering his wife Roxy Mitchell's (Rita Simons) baby Amy wasn't his child.

Lacey, who plays Stacey, says of the bipolar storyline: 'I think its great that EastEnders is continuing to raise awareness of this difficult issue.

'With the research that EastEnders has done with these charities, I hope that I can do justice to this challenging storyline.'


LOL

anotherlostie Registered User
#35

Pretty sad if you think that's worth LOL-ing over, tbh.

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JP Liz Registered User
#36

anotherlostie said:
Pretty sad if you think that's worth LOL-ing over, tbh.


LOL

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JP Liz Registered User
#37

EastEnders' Ronnie Mitchell is to get a blast from the past when her first love Joel Reynolds turns up in Albert Square.

Star of BBC Three's Pulling, Cavan Clerkin will take on the role of Ronnie's (Samantha Womack) old flame and father to her now-dead daughter Danielle Jones (Lauren Crace).

As the only remaining link to Danielle, Ronnie's previously toyed with the idea of meeting up with him and even attended a school reunion with Christian (John Partridge) in the hope that he would be there.

When he failed to show, she subsequently turned up on his doorstep wishing to talk through their past. However, as one of his daughters answered the door, Ronnie bolted from the scene.

With Janine (Charlie Brooks) and Archie (Larry Lamb) scheming behind Ronnie's back in a bid to manipulate her back into the family fold, she's dumbfounded when she finds Joel sat before her in The Vic.

Archie's livid by Janine's interference, while Ronnie's somewhat taken by his reappearance in her life. Will they manage to pick up where they left off all those years ago?

Speaking of his new role, Clerkin said: "It's fantastic being on set in Albert Square, it's such an iconic place and I'm really enjoying working with the wonderful cast, especially Samantha Womack. Joel is a nice guy who fantasises about a future with an amazingly beautiful woman, so that's something a lot of men may relate too!"

Executive producer Diederick Santer commented: "We first heard about Joel - Ronnie's childhood sweetheart and the father of Danielle - nearly two years ago. And finally we get to see him."

He added: "Cavan Clerkin is a delightful and subtle actor with a big funny bone. He's grabbed this enigmatic and rather odd character and made it his own."

Clerkin makes his screen debut as Joel on Thursday, August 6

angel01 Closed Account
#38

So glad to see Joel join EE

Epicurus Closed Account
#39

More babies on the square; this time its

Spoiler (Show)
whos pregnant

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/soaps/a169745/another-shock-pregnancy-for-eastenders.html

Alessandra Registered User
#40

is supposed to be pregnant too.

JP Liz Registered User
#41

Garry Hobbs delivers a knockout blow to his love rival Phil Mitchell when he discovers he’s been bedding his bride Dawn Swann.

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Doting mechanic Garry is on his way to marry the love of his life when realises his wife-to-be and hardman Phil have been carrying on behind his back.


In classic Walford style, nothing goes according to plan when Garry and his ushers drive out of the Square on their way to the wedding ceremony.


And given an ultimatum by ­unlucky-in-love Garry, harlot Dawn leaves him in no doubt about where her true affections lie – leading to him punching Phil to the ground. Our Albert Square insider said: “Garry is on his way to the wedding when his ‘cool’ act finally fails.


“He yells for Phil to stop the car, gets out and runs over to Dawn who is getting into her car in her wedding gown.


“She’s really shocked to see him and tries her best to hide herself so Garry doesn’t see the dress and spoil the big day. It’s then that ­Garry looks her sternly in the eye and asks her ­directly, ‘Do you love me?’


“Very tellingly, a gobsmacked Dawn stares back at him, unable to answer.”


When Dawn turns to look at Phil it’s all the evidence that Garry needs of her betrayal.


Distraught, he ­utters the words: “And there you have it.”


But he doesn’t leave it there.


He turns to Phil and throws a punch that leaves him flat out on the ground.

The dramatic wedding episode will be screened on Tuesday August 25.

JP Liz Registered User
#42

Dawn Miller leaves this week - thank god - i always hated the character

DancingQueen:) Registered User
#43

Good, I'm glad never liked her. That must mean the weddings this week, I hope Garry isn't too heart broken.

angel01 Closed Account
#44

I have zero interest in this Dawn/Gary/Phil storyline. She never wanted to leave anyway, she was basically sacked.

JP Liz Registered User
#45

Dawn's affair with Phil was her punishment storyline for leaking Danielle's death storyline on facebook

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