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EastEnders spoilers: Horror as character is strangled in murder story

The following article includes spoilers for this week’s episodes of EastEnders, which have not yet been shown on television but are now available to watch as a boxset on BBC iPlayer.

Rocky (Brian Conley) is unhappy about how Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) has been treating mom Kathy Beale, and his behaviour has everyone around him in a tizzy this week (Gillian Taylforth).

Rocky snaps at Ben, which leads to a fight that ends with Ben yelling. While trying to defend Rocky, Kathy, however, is unintentionally caught in the crossfire and receives Ben’s wrath.

Ben, who is devastated by the recent events, runs into his old friend James in the Arches. After kissing him, Ben accepts James’ offer to take some drugs.

The following morning, Kheerat Panesar (Jaz Deol) discovers Ben by himself in the Arches. Ben tries to hide, but after causing a commotion in Peggy’s, Kheerat discovers what is going on.

He brings his friend back to the Panesars to be examined by Ash after realising that he is high (Gurlaine Kaur Garcha). Ben, however, declines their assistance and, when his guilt overshot, admitted to killing Jags (Amar Adatia) to the Panesars.

Ben’s disclosure causes the Panesar family to reel, and Kheerat eventually sees red as he tries to irritate his supposed friend.

When Ash and Vinny (Shiv Jalota) try to stop Kheerat from doing something he might later regret, he won’t listen and chokes Ben to death.

Therefore, Suki (Balvinder Sopal) makes a crucial choice and admits that it was she who put Jags to prison!

As he waits for his mother to respond, Jags quits trying to kill Ben.

This summer, EastEnders’ normal broadcast schedule was thrown off by sports, therefore it was decided to give viewers the option of watching episodes of the BBC One soap online before they were broadcast.

Up until mid-August, new episodes of the soap opera will be released on iPlayer every Monday.

Later this week, these programmes will still air on BBC One and Two. And this is a week in Walford that should not be missed, whether you’re binge-viewing or watching on television.


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