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Episode 4888

Episode 4888

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In the last episode we heard Lee drunkenly mumble something about having done something stupid on the night Lucy Beale was murdered. And now the Carters’ soldier son is nowhere to be found. But do we really think that Lee could have turned killer on that fateful Good Friday? It wouldn’t exactly be a very sensitive portrayal of PTSD if a troubled guy on leave from the Army were to have become homicidal as soon as he returned home.

Another man in trouble – but of a different kind – is Max “any-port-in-a-storm” Branning, who could well be caught with DC Emma Summerhayes when daughter Lauren comes calling at the car lot.


Mick and Linda worry when Lee is nowhere to be found following last night's revelation, although he finally turns up and reveals what he knows about the night Lucy was murdered. Lauren visits Max at the car lot in the hope of building some bridges, unaware he is inside with Emma - will she catch the policewoman taking down her dad's particulars? Things look up for Billy when Les gives him a job at the undertaker's, while Tina and Tosh go to see Jake in prison and are shocked by what they find.

Cast & Crew

Mick Carter Danny Dyer
Linda Carter Kellie Bright
Lee Carter Danny-Boy Hatchard
Lauren Branning Jacqueline Jossa
Max Branning Jake Wood
DC Emma Summerhayes Anna Acton
Billy Mitchell Perry Fenwick
Les Coker Roger Sloman
Tina Carter Luisa Bradshaw-White
Fiona `Tosh' Mackintosh Rebecca Scroggs
Jake Stone Jamie Lomas
Director Richard Lynn
Executive Producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins
Writer Richard Lazarus
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