On Tuesday’s episode, East Entertainers could not help but present a socially distant wedding that delights fans, labeled “weird.”
Rainey Cross and Stuart Highway untied in the middle of Albert Square, and Stuart was trapped in his wedding car because the battery was dead and the door could not be unlocked.
Rainey (Tanya Franks) was initially outraged but decided to hold the ceremony on the road as the couple lost their place in the church.
Before Rainey reveals that there is an amazing announcement for Stuart, the sweet scenes show that Rainey and Stuart (Ricky Champ) read their vows.
“I am pregnant!” She screamed as Stuart overflowed with emotions.
“Are we going to be parents?” He asked happily, before paying homage to the car’s horn.
But some eagle spectators pointed out that the horn would not work if the car’s battery was dead.
One person tweeted: “He can’t unlock the door because of the flatness of the #EastEnders battery, but the horn works fine”.
“How did the horn work if the batteries were damaged ??? #Estenders,” another wondered.
The third murmured: “Dear East Enter, look, you have faithfully informed me that the horn will not sound when the car battery dies. Thank you very much, disgruntled fan.”
Meanwhile, Time surprised highway fans when Danny Hardcock was fatally attacked in front of Fanny Mitchell (Steve McFandon).
DR Thompson forced time to pick up a police wire to gather evidence against Google and stand behind bars.
But when Danny caught him through the paperwork and demanded an explanation, it was lost in time when Danny threatened to harass Ben Mitchell (Max Beneden).
Meanwhile, Karen Taylor (Lauren Stanley) mourns the death of Chantel Atkins (Jessica Plummer) and looks at her daughter’s photos.
When Mitch Baker (Roger Griffiths) finds and comforts her, the ex-couple kisses with brilliant camera work and CGI, and in real life the actors are two meters away but Snog looks credible.
Mitch was skeptical of Chantal’s death, and Gray knew how unhappy she was, but who would he trust?
* BBC One broadcasts East Entries on Mondays at 8.05pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.35pm and Fridays at 8.30pm