EastEnders: Mick and Linda Carter have been trying to raise the cash for the Queen Vic [BBC]
Only recently on EastEnders, Mick Carter and Linda Carter were told they had to raise £60,000 or their beloved Queen Vic pub would be taken over by Weyland & Co.
However, Fi Browning who has secretly working against the family revealed that they only had to pay £50,000 after the company knocked down the price.
But on Friday’s episode, after managing to raise the desired funds, Mick and Linda were given devastating news.
After celebrating their success, Fi’s father James Willmott-Brown appeared with his entourage to reveal that he actually owns the Queen Vic now.
EastEnders: James Willmott-Brown told Mick and Linda Carter that he owns the pub [BBC]
EastEnders: Mick and Linda Carter revealed that they had raised the cash needed for the Queen Vic pub [ITV]
Fi has been conning the Carter family in a bid for her family to get the east end boozer and told them that they only needed to raise £50,000 for repairs which their raised, not the original amount £60,000.
But Willmott-Brown soon revealed that Fi had been lying and because the family had failed to cough up the whole amount, he now owned the pub.
After issuing an eviction notice, Mick ripped it up to which the villain said: “Doesn’t change the fact it’s my pub, my rules and I want you out.”
What will happen next for the Carter family and will they really lose the pub?
EastEnders: James Willmott-Brown told Mick and Linda Carter that they had to raise £60,000 not the £50,000 Fi Browning told them [BBC]
EastEnders: James Willmott-Brown told Mick and Linda Carter to get out of the Queen Vic pub [BBC]
Soap watchers couldn’t get over the dramatic scenes as they took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
One person said: “That ending was just fantastic! #EastEnders.”
While a different account added: “@bbceastenders brilliant episode tonight! It’s all unfolding now!.Mick & Linda have to fight back! #EastEnders #GreatEpisode #BBC1.”
EastEnders continues on BBC One.