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7 EastEnders spoilers as Phil Mitchell gets ready for prison and horrific explosion rocks Albert Square

STRONG MAN Phil Mitchell has chosen between prison and life as a confidential informant.

Before his sentence, the baddie, played by Steve McFadden, ties up all the loose ends. Get the dirt on all the action on EastEnders for the next week.

Phil signs off

Phil makes a decision that will definitely cause some people’s mouths to drop, willing to give up his independence in order to protect his loved ones.

Phil visits with his ex-wife Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) and gives her the deeds to Mitchell’s Autos, dubbed “The Arches” by the crew.

When Sharon inquires as to why he chose her over his son Ben to take over his beloved business, Phil says that the character played by Max Bowden isn’t in a good mood.

Tommy is left devastated by Phil’s decision

Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) tells Phil that they need to tell the kids they’ve split up after he leaves his cherished business to Sharon.

Phil chose to end his relationship with Kat in order to save her any heartbreak.

The former couple claims that a big impediment triggered their breakup: Phil is going to prison for a long time.

Tommy Moon (Sonny Kendall) is completely shaken by the news.

The eleven-year-old had been defending his half-sister Scarlett from bullies, confident in Phil’s assistance.

Tommy comes to the terrible realization that he is no longer protected by Phil.

Zack makes a shocking discovery

Viewers of EastEnders can expect a surprising comeback in the near future.

Despite the fact that they are aware that Tina Carter was murdered by Gray Atkins, Shirley Carter is still on the search for her.

After speculating that Tina would be able to attend a local Walford party hosted by Callum, she enlists the assistance of Zack Hudson (James Farrar).

Both of them spend the night looking for Tina but return home empty-handed.

Zack, on the other hand, does not return home without his own insights.

Zack tells Sharon that he ran into Jada, which is an unexpected twist.

Jada, along with her daughter Alyssa, has been absent from the public eye for months.

Zack promises Sharon that he will do all in his power to reunite the couple.

Gray is exposed by witness from the past

Toby-Alexander Smith’s character is being caught up in the truth.

Nurse Lennon recognizes the lawyer as Jordan recovers from a tracheotomy (Dystin Johnson).

Gray’s numerous visits to A&E with his first wife Chantelle are remembered by the nurse.

Chelsea is sickened after learning about Chantelle’s death, so Nurse Lennon tells her some unpleasant truths about Gray.

She then offers to assist Chelsea if she ever needs it.

Will Chelsea (Zaraah Abrahams) take her advice?

Harvey makes a harsh decision about Aaron

Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman) makes the decision to leave Walford and his daughter Dana behind (Barbara Smith).

But before he can collect his belongings and leave, the family man pays a visit to his nazi son Aaron in prison.

Harvey informs Aaron that he has made an unexpected decision: this will be the last time they see each other.

Soon, rumors circulate about Aaron’s ties to the far-right organization that has terrorized Albert Square.

Residents in Walford have reacted negatively to Harvey.

 Callum gives Ben an ultimatum

Ben (Max Bowden), who is still recovering from a horrendous attack, has opted to return to the closet in order to avoid being targeted anymore.

Callum (Tony Clay), his spouse, is irritated by this.

Callum breaks down in Walford East when his brother Stuart (Ricky Champ) escapes from the hospital.

Ben, however, is afraid to console him because they are both in a public setting.

Callum, irritated, snarls at him and announces that he is throwing a party outside Prince Albert.

Ben should only attend the party, according to Callum, if he believes their marriage has a future.

Albert Square is shaken by an explosion

The dread that Walford people will have to brace for will be nothing compared to marital strife.

A horrific explosion at the Argee Bhajee will rock the fictional London neighborhood.

Both Callum and Ben are rattled by the incident.

Could it, however, be the impetus they require to overcome the barriers in their path?

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STRONG MAN Phil Mitchell has chosen between prison and life as a confidential informant.

Before his sentence, the baddie, played by Steve McFadden, ties up all the loose ends. Get the dirt on all the action on EastEnders for the next week.

Phil signs off

Phil makes a decision that will definitely cause some people’s mouths to drop, willing to give up his independence in order to protect his loved ones.

Phil visits with his ex-wife Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) and gives her the deeds to Mitchell’s Autos, dubbed “The Arches” by the crew.

When Sharon inquires as to why he chose her over his son Ben to take over his beloved business, Phil says that the character played by Max Bowden isn’t in a good mood.

Tommy is left devastated by Phil’s decision

Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) tells Phil that they need to tell the kids they’ve split up after he leaves his cherished business to Sharon.

Phil chose to end his relationship with Kat in order to save her any heartbreak.

The former couple claims that a big impediment triggered their breakup: Phil is going to prison for a long time.

Tommy Moon (Sonny Kendall) is completely shaken by the news.

The eleven-year-old had been defending his half-sister Scarlett from bullies, confident in Phil’s assistance.

Tommy comes to the terrible realization that he is no longer protected by Phil.

Zack makes a shocking discovery

Viewers of EastEnders can expect a surprising comeback in the near future.

Despite the fact that they are aware that Tina Carter was murdered by Gray Atkins, Shirley Carter is still on the search for her.

After speculating that Tina would be able to attend a local Walford party hosted by Callum, she enlists the assistance of Zack Hudson (James Farrar).

Both of them spend the night looking for Tina but return home empty-handed.

Zack, on the other hand, does not return home without his own insights.

Zack tells Sharon that he ran into Jada, which is an unexpected twist.

Jada, along with her daughter Alyssa, has been absent from the public eye for months.

Zack promises Sharon that he will do all in his power to reunite the couple.

Gray is exposed by witness from the past

Toby-Alexander Smith’s character is being caught up in the truth.

Nurse Lennon recognizes the lawyer as Jordan recovers from a tracheotomy (Dystin Johnson).

Gray’s numerous visits to A&E with his first wife Chantelle are remembered by the nurse.

Chelsea is sickened after learning about Chantelle’s death, so Nurse Lennon tells her some unpleasant truths about Gray.

She then offers to assist Chelsea if she ever needs it.

Will Chelsea (Zaraah Abrahams) take her advice?

Harvey makes a harsh decision about Aaron

Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman) makes the decision to leave Walford and his daughter Dana behind (Barbara Smith).

But before he can collect his belongings and leave, the family man pays a visit to his nazi son Aaron in prison.

Harvey informs Aaron that he has made an unexpected decision: this will be the last time they see each other.

Soon, rumors circulate about Aaron’s ties to the far-right organization that has terrorized Albert Square.

Residents in Walford have reacted negatively to Harvey.

 Callum gives Ben an ultimatum

Ben (Max Bowden), who is still recovering from a horrendous attack, has opted to return to the closet in order to avoid being targeted anymore.

Callum (Tony Clay), his spouse, is irritated by this.

Callum breaks down in Walford East when his brother Stuart (Ricky Champ) escapes from the hospital.

Ben, however, is afraid to console him because they are both in a public setting.

Callum, irritated, snarls at him and announces that he is throwing a party outside Prince Albert.

Ben should only attend the party, according to Callum, if he believes their marriage has a future.

Albert Square is shaken by an explosion

The dread that Walford people will have to brace for will be nothing compared to marital strife.

A horrific explosion at the Argee Bhajee will rock the fictional London neighborhood.

Both Callum and Ben are rattled by the incident.

Could it, however, be the impetus they require to overcome the barriers in their path?

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STRONG MAN Phil Mitchell has chosen between prison and life as a confidential informant.

Before his sentence, the baddie, played by Steve McFadden, ties up all the loose ends. Get the dirt on all the action on EastEnders for the next week.

Phil signs off

Phil makes a decision that will definitely cause some people’s mouths to drop, willing to give up his independence in order to protect his loved ones.

Phil visits with his ex-wife Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) and gives her the deeds to Mitchell’s Autos, dubbed “The Arches” by the crew.

When Sharon inquires as to why he chose her over his son Ben to take over his beloved business, Phil says that the character played by Max Bowden isn’t in a good mood.

Tommy is left devastated by Phil’s decision

Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) tells Phil that they need to tell the kids they’ve split up after he leaves his cherished business to Sharon.

Phil chose to end his relationship with Kat in order to save her any heartbreak.

The former couple claims that a big impediment triggered their breakup: Phil is going to prison for a long time.

Tommy Moon (Sonny Kendall) is completely shaken by the news.

The eleven-year-old had been defending his half-sister Scarlett from bullies, confident in Phil’s assistance.

Tommy comes to the terrible realization that he is no longer protected by Phil.

Zack makes a shocking discovery

Viewers of EastEnders can expect a surprising comeback in the near future.

Despite the fact that they are aware that Tina Carter was murdered by Gray Atkins, Shirley Carter is still on the search for her.

After speculating that Tina would be able to attend a local Walford party hosted by Callum, she enlists the assistance of Zack Hudson (James Farrar).

Both of them spend the night looking for Tina but return home empty-handed.

Zack, on the other hand, does not return home without his own insights.

Zack tells Sharon that he ran into Jada, which is an unexpected twist.

Jada, along with her daughter Alyssa, has been absent from the public eye for months.

Zack promises Sharon that he will do all in his power to reunite the couple.

Gray is exposed by witness from the past

Toby-Alexander Smith’s character is being caught up in the truth.

Nurse Lennon recognizes the lawyer as Jordan recovers from a tracheotomy (Dystin Johnson).

Gray’s numerous visits to A&E with his first wife Chantelle are remembered by the nurse.

Chelsea is sickened after learning about Chantelle’s death, so Nurse Lennon tells her some unpleasant truths about Gray.

She then offers to assist Chelsea if she ever needs it.

Will Chelsea (Zaraah Abrahams) take her advice?

Harvey makes a harsh decision about Aaron

Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman) makes the decision to leave Walford and his daughter Dana behind (Barbara Smith).

But before he can collect his belongings and leave, the family man pays a visit to his nazi son Aaron in prison.

Harvey informs Aaron that he has made an unexpected decision: this will be the last time they see each other.

Soon, rumors circulate about Aaron’s ties to the far-right organization that has terrorized Albert Square.

Residents in Walford have reacted negatively to Harvey.

 Callum gives Ben an ultimatum

Ben (Max Bowden), who is still recovering from a horrendous attack, has opted to return to the closet in order to avoid being targeted anymore.

Callum (Tony Clay), his spouse, is irritated by this.

Callum breaks down in Walford East when his brother Stuart (Ricky Champ) escapes from the hospital.

Ben, however, is afraid to console him because they are both in a public setting.

Callum, irritated, snarls at him and announces that he is throwing a party outside Prince Albert.

Ben should only attend the party, according to Callum, if he believes their marriage has a future.

Albert Square is shaken by an explosion

The dread that Walford people will have to brace for will be nothing compared to marital strife.

A horrific explosion at the Argee Bhajee will rock the fictional London neighborhood.

Both Callum and Ben are rattled by the incident.

Could it, however, be the impetus they require to overcome the barriers in their path?

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