You’d think that upon being released, pending her appeal, Stacey wouldn’t choose to return to somewhere even worse than the prison she’s just left. But return to Walford she does, where Lily upsets her by asking about her dad, whom she’s heard about from Whitney. After throwing Whitney out of the house, Stacey apologises and assures the girl she’ll always be a part of Lily’s life. Trust me, that’s not good news.
The surprise party thrown in honour of Stacey’s release is marred by her discovery that Kat and Alfie are about to be evicted. Kat remains oblivious to their money troubles as the pair try to decide what to call the twins. Any bets? Given what their futures will inevitably be growing up in Albert Square, I’d go with Loser One and Loser Two, just to be on the safe side.
Alfie’s attempts to raise money come to nothing, and he continues to lie to Kat (left), before overhearing a possible solution at Mick’s barbecue (selling the babies, perhaps? At the very least, maybe a modelling job for them? Or he could sell his collection of 70s shirts on eBay?).
Bianca is upset when she overhears that Terry’s moving to Milton Keynes (to be honest, that would upset me, too). But will all be well when the pair kiss? Will that be enough to entice Bianca to move there (I’d settle for nothing less than a Learjet as a bribe). Carol gets an update about her cancer, and later announces the results of Charlie Charlie’s s DNA test. Just an average week...
BIG MAC IN THE BIG HOUSE Remember these plots that had us hooked?