IT’S LADIES’ NIGHT AND THE FEEL­ING’S NOT ALL RIGHT

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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.

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