EastEnders spoilers: Monday 15 – Thursday 18 March 2021

Monday 15 March 2021 – BBC One – 8:05pm

  • Writer – Rob Gittins
  • Director – Christopher McGill
  • Director – Richard Lynn
  • Director – Conor Morrissey

Chelsea is nervous as the smuggling job looms, and to make things worse Caleb arrives with an extra package to carry, once again threatening her to make sure all goes to plan. Kathy receives an unexpected phone call, Ash’s likes catch up with her and Bailey is heartbroken as the Taylors say a tough goodbye. Over at the Vic, Sharon has found a new place to live as Mick and Linda’s flat has come back onto the market.

Tuesday 16 March 2021 – BBC One – 7:35pm

  • Writer – Rob Gittins
  • Director – Christopher McGill
  • Director – Richard Lynn
  • Director – Conor Morrissey

Sharon asks Kathy how Gavin died and is shocked when she realises Kathy is planning to go to the memorial service – as far as she is concerned, he may have been her biological father but he can rot in hell. Peter finds himself caught in the middle when Ash and Suki argue, and Bailey finds a stray dog – but Karen says they cannot afford to keep it.

Tuesday 16 March 2021 – BBC One – 7:55pm

  • Writer – Steve Casey
  • Director – Christopher McGill
  • Director – Richard Lynn
  • Director – Conor Morrissey

Suki tells Ash she should do anything necessary to get her job back, so Peter assures her he will say he gave himself the medication. Mitch explains that Bailey is heartbroken over losing Bronson so Rainie enlists Stuart’s help to find the stray dog. As an emotional Sharon packs up her things up in the Vic, Kim tries to organise her a leaving party.

Thursday 18 March 2021 – BBC One – 7:35pm

  • Writer – Katie Douglas
  • Director – Christopher McGill
  • Director – Richard Lynn
  • Director – Conor Morrissey

It’s decision day for Ash as Suki has one more trick up her sleeve. Kim has a perfect plan to mix business and pleasure, what could possibly go wrong? Mitch realises his efforts were in vain as he tries to do the right thing.

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