Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth) is dealing with fairly the dilemma in EastEnders, as she struggles over what to do for the very best with regard to serving to Rainie Branning (Tanya Franks). However, she got here to a choice in tonight’s episode, as she examined how a lot Rainie needs to be part of Abi’s life by placing some medication in her possession.
Earlier this week, Kathy took pity on Rainie and gave her a chance to show herself by providing her a trial shift within the cafe. However, issues didn’t go as deliberate, and she later discovered Rainie on the ground of her flat with a bottle of vodka in her hand. In tonight’s episode, she quizzed Callum (Tony Clay) about how Rainie had been coping, however when Stuart (Ricky Champ) received wind of Kathy’s interference, he wasn’t greatest happy.
He later confronted Kathy within the cafe and accused her of placing Rainie’s restoration in danger by snooping. As a outcome, he threatened to cease her from seeing Abi if she didn’t again off.
However, Kathy refused to let Stuart intimidate her, and thus she stopped by Max’s (Jake Wood) as soon as extra to talk about what had occurred. As they talked about Rainie’s drug behavior, Max made it clear that — as lengthy as she’s addicted to medication — she will proceed to put her behavior above every thing else. As a results of this dialog, Kathy got here up with an concept to test that principle.
Kathy stopped by Callum’s flat as soon as extra to pay Rainie a go to, and proceeded to inform her how she needs nothing greater than for her to be part of Abi’s life.
Rainie was greatly surprised, and promised that Kathy can belief her. However, Kathy determined to test Rainie, and thus eliminated a packet of medication from her bag and left them close by Rainie — thus prompting her to make a selection.
The choices are: the medication or remaining in Abi’s life.
Which will Rainie select?
Either means, it’s protected to assume Stuart received’t be too happy if he hears what Kathy’s performed!
EastEnders continues on Friday 11th October at 8pm on BBC One.