As Eve exacts shocking retaliation against Caz, EastEnders actor Heather Peace admits that Eve is “borderline insane.”

Suki tries to assist Eve, who is seeking retribution after finding out fresh information regarding the passing of her sister (Photo: BBC / Jack Barnes / Kieron McCarron).

After learning a sinister secret about recent arrival Caz, Eve Unwin (Heather Peace) will be seeking retribution in the upcoming episode of EastEnders.

As viewers are aware, the former lawyer encountered Caz earlier this week and thought she was a woman she met at Pride. Caz, however, was hiding something and wanted to talk to Eve in the hopes that she would divulge her genuine reasons for visiting the Square.

Eve was shocked when her ‘date’ revealed her true identity, confirming that she was behind the wheel of the vehicle that killed her cherished sister. Eve had mistaken Caz for a lady called Amanda.

Actress Heather Peace described the plot as “just dragging up all of her past emotions and bringing it back to the forefront of Eve’s mind.”

“She lashes out in the heat of the moment because I don’t think she’s ever really dealt with the death of her sister,”

“It’s all there and raw because it’s been buried for so long.” She doesn’t seem to have any coping skills at all, in my opinion.

The startling revelation has devastated Eve’s heart (Photo: BBC / Jack Barnes / Kieron McCarron)

Eve is advised by Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) to avoid Caz. However, Eve finds it difficult to do so when they meet again this week, which is heartbreaking.

The following week, Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) discovers Eve dozing off on a park bench and jumps to her aid. Heather said, “I don’t think Eve has any idea what to do, and the fact that she keeps drinking means she isn’t getting any clarity of thought.

She isn’t thinking clearly or trying to find a solution if she keeps drowning her emotions, according to the statement.

This is the first time that Eve’s thoughts aren’t immediately drawn to her relationship with Suki, despite the fact that their strong connection is usually present.

What Eve discovers at the police station upsets her (Image: BBC / Jack Barnes / Kieron McCarron)

It’s the first time that we realise that she is capable of more than that. Although it’s not in her head at all, it makes logical that her soul mate finds her because Eve and Suki have a very open relationship.

Suki volunteers to go with Eve to the police station after they have a heart-to-heart to report the new information about Caz, but things don’t work out the way Eve had wanted because the police won’t look into it.

Heather jokingly said, “That’s when she decides to take matters into her own hands.” Once more, it’s because she’s intoxicated and unable to think clearly. She is the most out of control we have ever seen her.

Borderline has come undone!

Can Eve’s loved ones prevent her from making a decision that she could later regret?

Monday through Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, EastEnders airs.

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