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Episode discussion for week starting 23 July

Nickie | 15:37 UK time, Monday, 23 July 2012

This week, EastEnders is playing host to an unforgettable moment as the Olympic flame passes LIVE through Albert Square.

There are two episodes on Monday 23 July - the first is 8.00-8.30pm and the second with the LIVE section is 9.00-9.30pm. Make sure that you don't miss either!

Let us know what you think! There is a buzz in the air in sunny Walford today!


Did Billy do Walford proud?

Lola's baby - will she be a good mum?

 What do you think of Masood's new career direction?

And Shirley comes up with a novel idea to raise money for charity...

PLUS, Joey's back...


  • Comment number 1.

    Just watched the 1st Eastenders ep!! LOOKS great!!;);)

  • Comment number 2.

    Very disappointed with the beeb again! Why is there never a midwife called to the birth!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Comment number 3.

    My wife and I were looking forward to the live episode as part of the run up to the Olympics, sadly we watched a pantomime! Officials would have been on hand long before the hand over time and would not have let Billy go off to play football. His track suit was different to those worn by others and would have shown his number, not had it plonked on by a man at the last minute! Surely the lady who handed the flame to Billy was the same lady who received the flame from Billy at the next handover point. The amount of time spent in the chippy when Billies grandaughter went into labour was sufficient to call an ambulance many times over. Sorry BBC you didn't make it this time.

  • Comment number 4.

    well done BBC1 East Enders was brill last night 23rd july
    when will we know the dad of lola's little girl when is ben getting caught out
    otherwise well done again x

  • Comment number 5.

    I am the only one who is really fed up with Eastenders story lines.And the to keep bringing back all the old faces,when you bring in a new storyline bring in new Actors/faces,at the moment it,s same old same old.Sorry.big switch off for me.


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