Here's something we never thought we'd see. Sharon drags Phil to see a grieving Ian, despite the fact that the two men have hated each other for all of time.

When Sharon can't find the words to help her old friend, Phil steps in and offers him comfort and a hug. Good man.

"Working with Steve is brilliant," revealed Adam Woodyatt. "This brings a new dimension to Ian and Phil. I don’t think they’re going to be bosom buddies, but there’s a bit of understanding between the pair of them."

"Grief changes people and changes people's relationships," added Executive Producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins. "One of the most powerful things is how it's going to change Ian and Phil's relationship, because Ian and Phil are the biggest enemies in the world and Phil Mitchell hugs Ian Beale, a crying Ian Beale, and starts to cry himself."

You can see this scene on Friday 25th April.

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  • Comment number 5. Posted by Sarek

    on 25 Apr 2014 15:34

    I suspect that after Denise leaves Ian then Phil and Sharon will break up. After that Ian and Phil will realize how they feel about each other and get married.

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  • Comment number 4. Posted by oopsy daisy

    on 19 Apr 2014 07:18

    Of course it would be better like the last comment says how she died but it is before the 9.00 water shed or was it???????????????

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  • Comment number 3. Posted by eastenderslover118

    on 18 Apr 2014 23:18

    I wanted to enjoy it but I didn't, I was so disappointed with Lucy's last episode, I thought after all the whodunit hype it was going to be more exciting and gripping, however the episode was quite boring. The risk of not showing how Lucy was killed was a big mistake, because if they did show the way she was attacked, it would have helped us use our imaginations on coming up with our own scenarios on who would have done it, but after seeing the episode I don't think I want to guess who did it because the episode made me not really care for the storyline or character enough, it was a very big draw back because the story was rushed into and did not give us much clues on who would have done it, and anyway I don't think anyone's motives for killing her were strong enough except for Witney's, if they created an episode like Archie's it would have been much more engaging because we would have seen each character visiting her one by one, leaving us guessing who would have done the deed, they needed to think it through in more detail but they didn't.

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  • Comment number 2. Posted by blog123

    on 17 Apr 2014 14:10

    Ive made it clear already that I think so far the storyline has been a let down but I also think were going to see some good scenes by Adam and really make his character [ Ian] shine. If he does a good job I might vote for him in the best actor at the soap awards if he makes the short list

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  • Comment number 1. Posted by moondacing

    on 17 Apr 2014 10:49

    omg,tears fill my eyes already

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