The time has finally arrived for the infamous boat party and for that special week of episodes to celebrate the 35th anniversary. as you all expect a lot of the information is under embargo but that won’t stop us from spilling a few secrets on what happens in this epic week where the boat goes down and will take someone with it. Each episode in the week will focus on a different family attending the boat party for the Friday episode to reveal who has been killed, so let’s get started.
First up we have the Carters and Linda is celebrating Mick signing the divorce papers and how is she celebrating you ask? With a few drinks of course. Not only has she burned some bridges with Shirley by saying she isnt in love with Mick anymore but after spotting Whitney and Mick together she ends up getting jealous and spiteful by arranging for Mick to miss his ride to the boat party and she ends up making a fool of herself when giving a speech.
Next up are the Beales and Bobby has ended up in hospital after being beaten up by a gang who have targeted him, Iqra and Habiba and when Bex informs Ian just who was behind the online targeting that lead to the gang going after Bobby it isnt long until Ian rushes over to the boat party leaving Kathy and a brand new Peter Beale to look after Bobby while Ian confronts Dennis over what he has done to Bobby.
On to the Mitchell’s now and with Callum still being held captive by Keanu it isn’t long until Mr Mitchell himself turns up to help his son Ben out and help get his man back, Callum is family now after all. After Phil threatens Karen over the events he ends up, yes you guessed it, at the boat party for a final showdown with Keanu. With the boat slowly filling with water and these two fighting on the deck, will one of them be going overboard and leaving in a body bag?
We also have Patrick determined to tell Isaac the truth about his father but the boat sinking stops Patrick in his tracks and Rainie notices that Stuart is worrying about his brother Callum and even though he is dressed for the occasion, isnt really in the partying mood.