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Guest Insider | 10:00 UK time, Tuesday, 20 March 2012

 Daddy’s boy

 

At the allotments Ben points out to Phil that recently he’s proved himself to be a true Mitchell. He’s been hounded by the police, he’s fallen out with everyone and he's going round the Square with a big scowl on his face - yes, he’s definitely a chip off the old block!

Ben tells Phil he's a true Mitchell now

Dot, jury and executioner

 

What’s this - Dot trying to drink Patrick under the table? No, they’re just having the one and mulling over the fact that Andrew may be guilty not of love in the first degree, but of murder. “Oh, I say!” indeed!

 

Dot and Patrick talk about Andrew's involvement in Heather's death

 

Baby, it’s cold outside

 

Dot’s not known for breaking and entering, so we can only think that Cora must be a bad influence, when the pair nick Billy’s keys to break into the R&R to look for Andrew’s jumper. It must be cold in Walford, this week, is all we can say.

 

Dot and Cora break into the R&R

 

Happy Birthday to stewed

 

We do like a lovely spread – unfortunately it’s wasted on Lauren, who’s been celebrating in her own special way. First she ruins the cake then she sicks up – Oh dear, Tanya better hide that champagne pretty darn quick!

 

Lauren ruins her birthday party

 

Fright night

 

With Jean now the official Events Manager at the Vic, it’s time to don some deeley boppers and go back to the 80s. Heather would be proud – the rest of us would probably run for the hills at such a scary sight!

 

Jean holds an 80s tribute night for Heather

 

Dancing on Heath’s grave

 

Later on, Shirley accuses everyone of laughing at Heather and turns the music off, much to Mandy’s disgust. In that get up, how she expects Shirl to take her seriously, we don’t know!

 

Shirley stops the music and rows with Mandy

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