Soap is a notoriously fast-moving genre. A couple madly in love on Monday can be loathing one another by Friday. Miss a couple of episodes and suddenly nothing makes sense.
But in 2014, EastEnders embarked on a murder-mystery storyline that required a certain amount of patience from its loyal fans. On Good Friday, Ian Beale was visited by police and given the grim news that his 20-year-old daughter Lucy had been found dead on Walford Common.
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July 25, 2020