In EastEnders, evil Theo Hawthorne (William Ellis) is preparing to devise a scheme to permanently remove Eve Unwin (Heather Peace).
Theo is desperate to remove Eve from the picture since he views her as the biggest impediment to his relationship with Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner).
Since many weeks ago, the shady instructor has been paying Stacey for internet video chats while monitoring her.
Theo felt their relationship was moving in the right direction after a few dates, but he became upset when Stacey reaffirmed their friendship at Eve’s request.
In following scenes, Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) interrupts Theo and Stacey’s coffee date to express Suki’s worries about Eve, who has vanished after being informed that the investigation against her sister’s murderer has been closed. This causes Theo to become even more incensed.
Stacey abruptly ends their coffee date so that she may join the hunt for her missing wife, leaving Theo itching for retaliation and anxious to be rid of Eve.
When they do locate Eve, Stacey carries a distraught Caz home, and Theo recognizes an opening right away.
Theo meets with Caz alone and begs her to call the police about Eve in an effort to send her back to jail and permanently separate her from Stacey.
Suki, Eve’s covert lover, overhears him interfering and interrupts, foiling his scheme.
Caz interrupts the discussion to excuse herself to use the restroom and then adjourns. Suki quickly has misgivings about her absence and learns that she has gone to the police station.
Has Theo’s plot to eliminate Eve been successful?
And with Eve gone, what will happen to Stacey?
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