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6 EastEnders spoilers for next week: Phil dumps Kat and Chelsea turns to drugs

Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) tells Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) that their relationship is over, but she is taken aback when she discovers the true reason.

As they receive worrying news about their baby boy, Chelsea Atkins (Zaraah Abrahams) falls further under the spell of evil Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith), Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) struggles with his cancer treatment, and Dana Monroe (Barbara Smith) reveals a secret, Chelsea Atkins (Zaraah Abrahams) falls further under the spell of evil Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith).

Here are all your EastEnders spoilers for 24th – 28th January 2022.

Phil shocks Kat

Phil’s bargain with the devil – sorry, the cops – weighs heavily on his mind as he considers his future, which will either be spent in prison or as a grass for the cops (and look how that ended for Vincent). In any case, he decides that it’s crunch time for him and Kat, so he ends their relationship, much to Kat’s surprise.

He tells Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) that he only dumped Kat to save her from heartbreak if he’s sentenced to life in prison (she still thinks he’ll be out in five years), but there’s also the danger of disgruntled gangsters if he becomes an informant. Shaz encourages him to tell Kat the truth, which he does – but will he tell her the whole story? And, more importantly, can Phil bring himself to be DCI Keeble’s snitch?

Chelsea’s drug hell

Chelsea’s determination to stay strong during her long game to get out of her marriage to a murderer begins to fray as the exhaustion of being a new mother to a sick baby takes its toll. When her manipulative GP prescribes anti-depressants, Gray is concerned that they will weaken his grip on her, so he scares her away by telling her she won’t be able to breastfeed if she takes them.

Kheerat Panesar (Jaz Deol) arranges for Chels to spend some mother-daughter time with Denise Branning (Diane Parish) and informs Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) that he has secured a flat for their mutual friend when she is ready to depart Gray. In order to catch the cold-blooded killer alone, Kheerat poses as Gray’s friend and attempts to persuade him to confess what he did to Chantelle – only to be interrupted by shocking news about little Jordan…

Stuart spirals

Stuart is sent spiraling by the realities of having breast cancer, as he panics about the surgery that could mean the difference between life and death, and admits to estranged mate Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) that he believes he’s being punished for the bad things he’s done in the past.

The prospect of an operation is frightening enough, but it’s when the doctors start talking about pain medication that Stu begins to panic. Stuart needs someone to lean on in his darkest hour. Is he in any condition to make critical decisions about how to deal with his diagnosis?

Dana’s big secret

Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman) hopes the heat will subside soon after his radicalized son Aaron Monroe (Charlie Wernham) almost detonated a bomb on behalf of far-right extremists at midnight on New Year’s Eve, but it’s a tough thing to get away from – especially when his landlord is super cop Jack Branning (Scott Maslen).

Harvey tells Jack the Monroes are moving on because he feels he has no choice but to leave Walford, lying that he is going to stay with a sick relative (sicker than Aaron?!). Dana wants to stay put, and it quickly becomes clear why, as Peter Beale (Dayle Hudson) overhears a conversation he wasn’t supposed to overhear… What is Dana trying to hide?

Elsewhere on EastEnder

Mick remains the only person on the planet who sees the good in Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks), and gives Scarlett Butcher (Tabitha Byron) a thoughtful gift in the hopes of mending strained relations with her prized lamb chop. How will that prevent Janine from getting the wrong idea? Ms Butcher would be limbo dancing if she swooned any more for Mick. Could a full-fledged fling be the catalyst for Dyer’s departure from Walford in 2022?

For her first day as the new market inspector, Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) dons her power suit (probably one of Kat’s old ‘going on the pull’ blazers) and gives Martin Fowler (James Bye) a mouthful, accusing her ex of being jealous she got the job. He spits back, unable to bite his tongue, that he was offered it and turned it down so she could get a job! That’ll probably wipe the smug smile off Stace’s face, bringing the estranged couple back together.

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Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) tells Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) that their relationship is over, but she is taken aback when she discovers the true reason.

As they receive worrying news about their baby boy, Chelsea Atkins (Zaraah Abrahams) falls further under the spell of evil Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith), Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) struggles with his cancer treatment, and Dana Monroe (Barbara Smith) reveals a secret, Chelsea Atkins (Zaraah Abrahams) falls further under the spell of evil Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith).

Here are all your EastEnders spoilers for 24th – 28th January 2022.

Phil shocks Kat

Phil’s bargain with the devil – sorry, the cops – weighs heavily on his mind as he considers his future, which will either be spent in prison or as a grass for the cops (and look how that ended for Vincent). In any case, he decides that it’s crunch time for him and Kat, so he ends their relationship, much to Kat’s surprise.

He tells Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) that he only dumped Kat to save her from heartbreak if he’s sentenced to life in prison (she still thinks he’ll be out in five years), but there’s also the danger of disgruntled gangsters if he becomes an informant. Shaz encourages him to tell Kat the truth, which he does – but will he tell her the whole story? And, more importantly, can Phil bring himself to be DCI Keeble’s snitch?

Chelsea’s drug hell

Chelsea’s determination to stay strong during her long game to get out of her marriage to a murderer begins to fray as the exhaustion of being a new mother to a sick baby takes its toll. When her manipulative GP prescribes anti-depressants, Gray is concerned that they will weaken his grip on her, so he scares her away by telling her she won’t be able to breastfeed if she takes them.

Kheerat Panesar (Jaz Deol) arranges for Chels to spend some mother-daughter time with Denise Branning (Diane Parish) and informs Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) that he has secured a flat for their mutual friend when she is ready to depart Gray. In order to catch the cold-blooded killer alone, Kheerat poses as Gray’s friend and attempts to persuade him to confess what he did to Chantelle – only to be interrupted by shocking news about little Jordan…

Stuart spirals

Stuart is sent spiraling by the realities of having breast cancer, as he panics about the surgery that could mean the difference between life and death, and admits to estranged mate Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) that he believes he’s being punished for the bad things he’s done in the past.

The prospect of an operation is frightening enough, but it’s when the doctors start talking about pain medication that Stu begins to panic. Stuart needs someone to lean on in his darkest hour. Is he in any condition to make critical decisions about how to deal with his diagnosis?

Dana’s big secret

Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman) hopes the heat will subside soon after his radicalized son Aaron Monroe (Charlie Wernham) almost detonated a bomb on behalf of far-right extremists at midnight on New Year’s Eve, but it’s a tough thing to get away from – especially when his landlord is super cop Jack Branning (Scott Maslen).

Harvey tells Jack the Monroes are moving on because he feels he has no choice but to leave Walford, lying that he is going to stay with a sick relative (sicker than Aaron?!). Dana wants to stay put, and it quickly becomes clear why, as Peter Beale (Dayle Hudson) overhears a conversation he wasn’t supposed to overhear… What is Dana trying to hide?

Elsewhere on EastEnder

Mick remains the only person on the planet who sees the good in Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks), and gives Scarlett Butcher (Tabitha Byron) a thoughtful gift in the hopes of mending strained relations with her prized lamb chop. How will that prevent Janine from getting the wrong idea? Ms Butcher would be limbo dancing if she swooned any more for Mick. Could a full-fledged fling be the catalyst for Dyer’s departure from Walford in 2022?

For her first day as the new market inspector, Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) dons her power suit (probably one of Kat’s old ‘going on the pull’ blazers) and gives Martin Fowler (James Bye) a mouthful, accusing her ex of being jealous she got the job. He spits back, unable to bite his tongue, that he was offered it and turned it down so she could get a job! That’ll probably wipe the smug smile off Stace’s face, bringing the estranged couple back together.

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Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) tells Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) that their relationship is over, but she is taken aback when she discovers the true reason.

As they receive worrying news about their baby boy, Chelsea Atkins (Zaraah Abrahams) falls further under the spell of evil Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith), Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) struggles with his cancer treatment, and Dana Monroe (Barbara Smith) reveals a secret, Chelsea Atkins (Zaraah Abrahams) falls further under the spell of evil Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith).

Here are all your EastEnders spoilers for 24th – 28th January 2022.

Phil shocks Kat

Phil’s bargain with the devil – sorry, the cops – weighs heavily on his mind as he considers his future, which will either be spent in prison or as a grass for the cops (and look how that ended for Vincent). In any case, he decides that it’s crunch time for him and Kat, so he ends their relationship, much to Kat’s surprise.

He tells Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) that he only dumped Kat to save her from heartbreak if he’s sentenced to life in prison (she still thinks he’ll be out in five years), but there’s also the danger of disgruntled gangsters if he becomes an informant. Shaz encourages him to tell Kat the truth, which he does – but will he tell her the whole story? And, more importantly, can Phil bring himself to be DCI Keeble’s snitch?

Chelsea’s drug hell

Chelsea’s determination to stay strong during her long game to get out of her marriage to a murderer begins to fray as the exhaustion of being a new mother to a sick baby takes its toll. When her manipulative GP prescribes anti-depressants, Gray is concerned that they will weaken his grip on her, so he scares her away by telling her she won’t be able to breastfeed if she takes them.

Kheerat Panesar (Jaz Deol) arranges for Chels to spend some mother-daughter time with Denise Branning (Diane Parish) and informs Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) that he has secured a flat for their mutual friend when she is ready to depart Gray. In order to catch the cold-blooded killer alone, Kheerat poses as Gray’s friend and attempts to persuade him to confess what he did to Chantelle – only to be interrupted by shocking news about little Jordan…

Stuart spirals

Stuart is sent spiraling by the realities of having breast cancer, as he panics about the surgery that could mean the difference between life and death, and admits to estranged mate Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) that he believes he’s being punished for the bad things he’s done in the past.

The prospect of an operation is frightening enough, but it’s when the doctors start talking about pain medication that Stu begins to panic. Stuart needs someone to lean on in his darkest hour. Is he in any condition to make critical decisions about how to deal with his diagnosis?

Dana’s big secret

Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman) hopes the heat will subside soon after his radicalized son Aaron Monroe (Charlie Wernham) almost detonated a bomb on behalf of far-right extremists at midnight on New Year’s Eve, but it’s a tough thing to get away from – especially when his landlord is super cop Jack Branning (Scott Maslen).

Harvey tells Jack the Monroes are moving on because he feels he has no choice but to leave Walford, lying that he is going to stay with a sick relative (sicker than Aaron?!). Dana wants to stay put, and it quickly becomes clear why, as Peter Beale (Dayle Hudson) overhears a conversation he wasn’t supposed to overhear… What is Dana trying to hide?

Elsewhere on EastEnder

Mick remains the only person on the planet who sees the good in Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks), and gives Scarlett Butcher (Tabitha Byron) a thoughtful gift in the hopes of mending strained relations with her prized lamb chop. How will that prevent Janine from getting the wrong idea? Ms Butcher would be limbo dancing if she swooned any more for Mick. Could a full-fledged fling be the catalyst for Dyer’s departure from Walford in 2022?

For her first day as the new market inspector, Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) dons her power suit (probably one of Kat’s old ‘going on the pull’ blazers) and gives Martin Fowler (James Bye) a mouthful, accusing her ex of being jealous she got the job. He spits back, unable to bite his tongue, that he was offered it and turned it down so she could get a job! That’ll probably wipe the smug smile off Stace’s face, bringing the estranged couple back together.

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