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BBC EastEnders: Viewers divided on latest episode after explosive recent episodes

Over the last few weeks, storylines in the hit BBC soap have been highly dramatic, with a focus on Albert Square’s resident bad guy Gray. The change in the storyline in tonight’s episode divided fans as to whether it was a welcome break from the evil Gray or a dull episode of the soap.

Sharon moved into yet another home on the square, and Stacey’s sandwich truck got off to a rocky start, with a speed-dating scene in which Mick Carter met a ‘pound-shop’ version of Linda. The shift in pace in the most recent episode was noticeable, as the focus shifted away from crime and toward family.

Shirley gave Mick a stern word after he returned from his speed-dating night, but it paled in comparison to a week of episodes focused on bodies under the floorboards, abusive relationships, and Gray’s evil character. Fans were split on whether or not the shift in focus was a good thing.

Fans took to Twitter to express their opinions on the episode, and one key scene, in particular, sparked a lot of discussions. On a night out, Mick stumbled into a speed-dating event, where he gave the woman who looked like his ex, Linda, a brilliantly cringe chat-up line. ‘Mick Carter, party starter,’ was Mick’s opening line to his new flirtation, and his cheesy new line had fans talking.

“Mick Carter Party starter coming to all good bars near you,” one viewer wrote, while another added, “the way he’s drinking his martini, mick carter party starter,” with laughing emojis. Despite the episode’s hilarious midway point, viewers were split on whether they liked it or not.

One Twitter user expressed their thoughts as follows: “Please, that was such a fun episode; I loved the friendships and family scenes we got. Please, more #EastEnders”

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“Caught the last 5 minutes of #EastEnders waiting for #dragonsden and they’re still talking about faaaamilyyyy,” said another, who hadn’t even seen the entire episode. For some viewers, the change in theme was a welcome break, as they stated: “One of the best episodes I’ve seen in a long time. I loved it because it was gray-free and just pure fun.”

Another person echoed this sentiment, saying: “But #EastEnders isn’t even that bad right now. Tonight’s episode was fantastic.” Others were less enthusiastic, with one tweeting “tonight’s episode dolls” and another simply tweeting a series of sleeping emojis to express their dissatisfaction with the episode.

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Over the last few weeks, storylines in the hit BBC soap have been highly dramatic, with a focus on Albert Square’s resident bad guy Gray. The change in the storyline in tonight’s episode divided fans as to whether it was a welcome break from the evil Gray or a dull episode of the soap.

Sharon moved into yet another home on the square, and Stacey’s sandwich truck got off to a rocky start, with a speed-dating scene in which Mick Carter met a ‘pound-shop’ version of Linda. The shift in pace in the most recent episode was noticeable, as the focus shifted away from crime and toward family.

Shirley gave Mick a stern word after he returned from his speed-dating night, but it paled in comparison to a week of episodes focused on bodies under the floorboards, abusive relationships, and Gray’s evil character. Fans were split on whether or not the shift in focus was a good thing.

Fans took to Twitter to express their opinions on the episode, and one key scene, in particular, sparked a lot of discussions. On a night out, Mick stumbled into a speed-dating event, where he gave the woman who looked like his ex, Linda, a brilliantly cringe chat-up line. ‘Mick Carter, party starter,’ was Mick’s opening line to his new flirtation, and his cheesy new line had fans talking.

“Mick Carter Party starter coming to all good bars near you,” one viewer wrote, while another added, “the way he’s drinking his martini, mick carter party starter,” with laughing emojis. Despite the episode’s hilarious midway point, viewers were split on whether they liked it or not.

One Twitter user expressed their thoughts as follows: “Please, that was such a fun episode; I loved the friendships and family scenes we got. Please, more #EastEnders”

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“Caught the last 5 minutes of #EastEnders waiting for #dragonsden and they’re still talking about faaaamilyyyy,” said another, who hadn’t even seen the entire episode. For some viewers, the change in theme was a welcome break, as they stated: “One of the best episodes I’ve seen in a long time. I loved it because it was gray-free and just pure fun.”

Another person echoed this sentiment, saying: “But #EastEnders isn’t even that bad right now. Tonight’s episode was fantastic.” Others were less enthusiastic, with one tweeting “tonight’s episode dolls” and another simply tweeting a series of sleeping emojis to express their dissatisfaction with the episode.

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Over the last few weeks, storylines in the hit BBC soap have been highly dramatic, with a focus on Albert Square’s resident bad guy Gray. The change in the storyline in tonight’s episode divided fans as to whether it was a welcome break from the evil Gray or a dull episode of the soap.

Sharon moved into yet another home on the square, and Stacey’s sandwich truck got off to a rocky start, with a speed-dating scene in which Mick Carter met a ‘pound-shop’ version of Linda. The shift in pace in the most recent episode was noticeable, as the focus shifted away from crime and toward family.

Shirley gave Mick a stern word after he returned from his speed-dating night, but it paled in comparison to a week of episodes focused on bodies under the floorboards, abusive relationships, and Gray’s evil character. Fans were split on whether or not the shift in focus was a good thing.

Fans took to Twitter to express their opinions on the episode, and one key scene, in particular, sparked a lot of discussions. On a night out, Mick stumbled into a speed-dating event, where he gave the woman who looked like his ex, Linda, a brilliantly cringe chat-up line. ‘Mick Carter, party starter,’ was Mick’s opening line to his new flirtation, and his cheesy new line had fans talking.

“Mick Carter Party starter coming to all good bars near you,” one viewer wrote, while another added, “the way he’s drinking his martini, mick carter party starter,” with laughing emojis. Despite the episode’s hilarious midway point, viewers were split on whether they liked it or not.

One Twitter user expressed their thoughts as follows: “Please, that was such a fun episode; I loved the friendships and family scenes we got. Please, more #EastEnders”

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“Caught the last 5 minutes of #EastEnders waiting for #dragonsden and they’re still talking about faaaamilyyyy,” said another, who hadn’t even seen the entire episode. For some viewers, the change in theme was a welcome break, as they stated: “One of the best episodes I’ve seen in a long time. I loved it because it was gray-free and just pure fun.”

Another person echoed this sentiment, saying: “But #EastEnders isn’t even that bad right now. Tonight’s episode was fantastic.” Others were less enthusiastic, with one tweeting “tonight’s episode dolls” and another simply tweeting a series of sleeping emojis to express their dissatisfaction with the episode.

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