IT’S LADIES’ NIGHT AND THE FEELING’S NOT ALL RIGHT
New manager Woody wants to make his mark on the struggling Queen Vic, and comes up with the revolutionary idea of a ‘ladies’ night’, complete with strippers. It makes Mick and Linda’s karaoke knees-ups look classy. Meanwhile, Linda agrees to sell the pub’s freehold and insists Mick is not told. But Whitney thinks he has a right to know and leaves him a message.
Tina, struggling to deal with Sylvie’s death, opens up to Woody; and we know what happens when two people talk about touchyfeely stuff.
Derek lands a job at the Minute Mart and soon frustrates Honey as he struggles to get the hang of things (pictured). Maybe he’s confused by how Stacey always manages to leave the shop with laden carrier bags when they appear to sell only about half a dozen items.
Donna suggests Abi moves into the flat with Ben and Jay. This is going to be another Walford property with elastic walls.
Lauren and Steven’s relationship continues to unravel as the tedious storyline about her, Josh and the job rumbles on. Get the job, don’t get the job, nobody cares. The best thing EastEnders could do would be to recast the role of Peter and shake things up a bit.