Next week’s episode of EastEnders will include a very frightening occurrence as Theo retaliates and makes a heartbreaking farewell.

Pictures from the upcoming episode of EastEnders show that Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) and Freddie Slater (Bobby Brazier) will continue to suffer as a startling discovery is revealed.

Stacey (William Ellis), who has been making Theo Hawthorne’s life a living hell for the past few months, is anxiously awaiting the hearing for her Stalker Prevention Order against Theo.

Stacey chooses to attend the court out of concern that Theo’s sharp look could influence the magistrate, but things don’t quite go as to plan as Theo’s counsel attacks Stacey’s reputation and character.

Stacey boldly stands up without holding back, but the effects of the magistrate’s judgment are far-reaching.

Following Theo’s following break-in to the Slater residence, a frightening occurrence is about to take place. How about Stacey and the Slaters?

Meanwhile, Freddie is distraught when he receives a friend request from Graham Foster.

After receiving some counsel from Gina Knight (Francesca Henry), he makes the decision to face Foster and demand that he confess to raping Little Mo.

Foster, on the other hand, is adamant that Little Mo is a liar; nonetheless, Anna repeats to Freddie, who is inconsolable, that he is not his father.

For the citizens of the Square and the watchers at home, EastEnders is preparing for another explosive week (Image: BBC).

When Nadine (Jazzy Phoenix) attempts to pick up Callum Highway (Tony Clay) across the Square, he finds it amusing even after telling her that he is a police investigator. Later that night, though, he notices Jay Brown (Jamie Borthwick) and Nadine hanging out together, and he starts to worry.

Will he give Jay any counsel? Will Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden), who previously criticized Jay for his late-night disappearances, learn about it as well?

Between Monday, October 2 and Thursday, October 5, at 7:30 p.m. on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, EastEnders will broadcast these sequences.

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