EastEnders spoilers follow.
EastEnders aired shocking scenes in tonight’s episode (January 21) as Sharon started cooking up her killer plan, while Ian Beale stumbled across Denny’s phone.
After looking at a photo of Denny, Sharon was determined to follow through with her plan to end Ian’s life over his role in Denny’s death and asked him if they could spend the night together.
Ian went into the cafe to speak with his mother Kathy and they talked about the confrontation she had with Sharon. Ian asked his mum to apologise and she refused.
Sharon was looking through old items that belonged to Denny and found his phone. Ian came upstairs to tell Sharon that it was getting busy downstairs. She clutched Denny’s phone in her hand and Ian apologised for intruding.
Sharon said: “He used to like making voice notes, I’d give anything to hear his voice again. But it’s, it’s broke. I like holding his things, you know? Makes me feel close to him.”
Ian said that he thinks about Denny every day and that he regrets not being able to save him. He added that he was looking forward to spending the night with Sharon.
Sharon started cooking the dinner she had planned and she prepared a separate pan of food for Ian – and added a powdered substance to it.
Ian went into the Queen Vic and overheard Ben talking about Sharon. He said that she was devious and only a fool would trust her.
As Sharon continued to prep dinner, she shouted out to Ian that it was nearly ready, but he ignored her and started to look for Denny’s phone.
Ian found the phone in Sharon’s drawer and when he checked it, he discovered that it was working.
This discovery is a major development for Ian as he has been suspicious of Sharon for some time. During the boat accident, Denny rang his mother and explained that Ian locked him downstairs. Will that voicemail cause havoc for Ian in the coming days?
EastEnders continues tomorrow (January 22) at 8.35pm on BBC One.
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