It’s o odd that funeral directors have mov moved into Walford only in time for Luc Lucy’s funeral; after all, it had to have been the burgeoning industry since day one (along with florists and sellers of e embalming fluid).
O On Monday Ian’s making final prep preparations, but when the time arrives for him to deliver Lucy’s funeral ‘ou ‘outfit’, it’s all too much, and he flees. Wh Who can blame him; the clothes she wo wore when she was alive were enough to make m people run for cover.
T The big send-off takes place on Tu Tuesday (above) and Max has agreed to read the eulogy; but will his guilty sec secret be revealed?
When Peter falters carrying the co coffin, Max steps in (talk about hogging the limelight), but a distraught Ian tells the congregation Max was sleeping with Lucy.
Let’s hope the sausage rolls at the wake on Thursday are an improvement on the funeral — though if Ian’s doing the catering I’m not optimistic.
Alas, the sombre event is dominated by a multitude of family members dragging up the past and throwing about some upsetting accusations.
But where do the week’s revelations leave Max’s relationship with his daughters? And will Libby, who’s back from Spain, persuade Denise to go back with her? Oh, please! Adios Walford.
Also on Friday, will there be a little light relief at Carol’s hen party? Don’t be daft. Didn’t you hear me? It’s Carol’s hen party.