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EastEnders - 23/07/2010


It’s the day of Denise’s funeral. Denise’s sister, Daphne, arrives. Tense ahead of the funeral, Lucas prays in silent turmoil. Meanwhile Libby finds herself questioning who Denise was. Chelsea encourages her to remember the good person that was their mother. The community gathers for the funeral. Lucas struggles as he delivers his sermon; faltering when he talks of confession being salvation. Patrick delivers a moving eulogy and Libby’s touched. Liz arrives at the wake and locks horns with Denise’s sisters much to Libby’s distress. As Kim prepares to take Libby and Chelsea home with her, Patrick steps in; the girls are staying with him. They hug him in relief. Meanwhile, Lucas enters a murky basement. “I’ve brought you some food from the wake, after your funeral.” Emerging from the shadows is a dishevelled and terrified-looking Denise. Peggy’s horrified to learn that Roxy now believes Ronnie. Roxy tries to convince Peggy of the truth, but Peggy remains resolute. Unable to stand the tension of living with Peggy, Roxy considers moving out. Ronnie suggests she live with Glenda. Keen to cling onto her family, Peggy tries to organise a family dinner. Aghast to learn that Roxy’s moving out, Peggy’s convinced this is Glenda’s manipulation at work. Roxy asks Peggy to look after the Vic before leaving. As she goes, a triumphant Glenda turns to Peggy: “Looks like I didn’t have to wait that long after all.” With no one having shown up for her family meal, Peggy’s left isolated. Max advises Darren to implement some romance to woo Jodie. Abi helps Darren to prepare a romantic meal for Jodie. Jodie’s impressed by Darren’s efforts and grows increasingly flirtatious during dinner. Things quickly get passionate between Jodie and Darren, but as he drops his pants, Jodie takes one look, screams and runs.

Broadcasts

  • 2010-07-23 20:00:00 - 2010-07-23 20:30:00 on BBC One London, BBC One East Yorkshire, BBC One Channel Islands, BBC One Cambridge, BBC One South East, BBC One Oxford, BBC One Yorkshire, BBC One West Midlands, BBC One South West, BBC One West, BBC One East, BBC One East Midlands, BBC One North East, BBC One Northern Ireland, BBC One North West, BBC One Scotland, BBC One South, BBC One Wales,

Credits

  • Heather Trott Cheryl Fergison
  • Patrick Trueman Rudolph Walker
  • Jane Beale Laurie Brett
  • Zainab Masood Nina Wadia
  • Ronnie Mitchell Samantha Womack
  • Darren Miller Charlie G Hawkins
  • Jodie Gold Kylie Babbington
  • Shirley Carter Linda Henry
  • Executive Producer Bryan Kirkwood
  • Max Branning Jake Wood
  • Roxy Mitchell Rita Simons
  • Glenda Mitchell Glynis Barber
  • Pat Evans Pam St Clement
  • Abi Branning Lorna Fitzgerald
  • Kim Fox Tameka Empson
  • Director Karl Neilson
  • Peggy Mitchell Barbara Windsor
  • Lucas Johnson Don Gilet
  • Jordan Johnson Michael-Joel David Stuart
  • Libby Fox Belinda Owusu
  • Liz Turner Kate Williams
  • Chelsea Fox Tiana Benjamin
  • Writer Richard Lazarus
  • Daphne Fox Emi Wokoma
  • Heather Trott Cheryl Fergison
  • Patrick Trueman Rudolph Walker
  • Jane Beale Laurie Brett
  • Zainab Masood Nina Wadia
  • Ronnie Mitchell Samantha Womack
  • Darren Miller Charlie G Hawkins
  • Jodie Gold Kylie Babbington
  • Shirley Carter Linda Henry
  • Executive Producer Bryan Kirkwood
  • Max Branning Jake Wood
  • Roxy Mitchell Rita Simons
  • Glenda Mitchell Glynis Barber
  • Pat Evans Pam St Clement
  • Abi Branning Lorna Fitzgerald
  • Kim Fox Tameka Empson
  • Director Karl Neilson
  • Peggy Mitchell Barbara Windsor
  • Lucas Johnson Don Gilet
  • Jordan Johnson Michael-Joel David Stuart
  • Libby Fox Belinda Owusu
  • Liz Turner Kate Williams
  • Chelsea Fox Tiana Benjamin
  • Writer Richard Lazarus
  • Daphne Fox Emi Wokoma