Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) has been eager to ensure Dotty Cotton (Milly Zero) remains shtum in EastEnders in regards to the part he played in Dennis Rickman’s (Bleu Landau) demise, and therefore he’s been doing whatever he can to buy her silence, but in the coming episodes, he takes action — which results in him being left in shock as Dotty proceeds to threaten him for what he’s done.
With the day of Dennis’ funeral having arrived, Ian decides to meet with Dotty in secret, but she proceeds to pile the pressure on him to come clean about what happened on board the party boat.
Later, Dotty demands that Ian give her the restaurant keys so that she can invite Vinny (Shiva Jalota) for a drink. After a few drinks, both Dotty and Vinny head to Ruby’s (Louisa Lytton), but — with it becoming apparent that Dotty is simply trying to cause trouble — Vinny heads off home.
Later, Dotty steals a man’s wallet, and as he gives chase, Pete (Dayle Hudson) intervenes and saves the day, but Ian overhears the commotion and therefore he rifles through Dotty’s bag and finds what he’s looking for in the keys to The Arches.
He proceeds to destroy the phone, and revels in kicking Dotty out. However, when Dotty comes to realise what he’s done, she’s absolutely fuming.
Ian believes he’s won which means he’s not prepared for Dotty’s next move.
Later in the week, Dotty arrives at Ian’s once more, and she proceeds to goad him — leaving him feeling rather uncomfortable.
When alone, Dotty threatens Ian.
But what does she say?
One to watch: Friday 27 March at 8pm on BBC One.
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