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Eastenders: Who killed Lucy Beale storyline?...
20/02/2015

Hello all,

So I’m going to kick of the start of my brit soap gossip by diving in to the above story line on the BBC One Soap Eastenders!. Back on 18 April 2014, Lucy Beale (Hetti Bywater) was discovered dead on Walford Common from a deliberately inflicted head injury. The storyline culminated during EastEnders LiveWeek on 19 February 2015, the show's 30th anniversary episode. Viewers have had to wait in suspicion to find out who in fact killed Lucy, with the story line having been dragged for far too long in my opinion. Up to 11.9million viewers watch 11-year-old Bobby Beale unmasked as his sister Lucy's killer. According to the Daily Mail, many EastEnders fans say that they're disappointed, I know I for one isn’t impressed with the storyline's twist. Out of everyone it could have been they had to make young Bobby the killer. Apart from wanting to know who killed Lucy etc… there sure was a lot going on during that episode, rapist Dean Wicks appeared to be lying dead in the Queen Vic's beer room after landlord Mick Carter attacked him when he was trying to burn down the pub because he hates the Carter family and Kim Fox gave birth in the pub's toilets. Also, legendary character Dot Cotton was at the center of her own major storyline, and was seen being driven away by police after telling them she killed her son 'Nasty Nick'. And yes there was the return of Lucy's grandmother Kathy Beale, played by Gillian Taylforth, who returned to confront Phil Mitchell. She was previously thought to have been killed in a car crash in South Africa. I think the whole suspect thing was also a little misleading with Bobby not really being in the frame as the killer. Oh well, all revealed now the wait finally over! Although after all that wait, I'm kind of left flat by the whole reveal...

Bobby Beale revealed as Lucy Beale's killer

 See ya! xo

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