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Picture Spoilers: Next week on EastEnders (January 17-21)

:Headline: Picture Spoilers: Next week on EastEnders (January 17-21):
Check out pictures and spoilers from next week's new episodes of EastEnders.
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Next week on EastEnders, Gray grows suspicious that Chelsea's up to something.

Elsewhere, a paranoid Stuart becomes convinced Rainie's having an affair, Janine prepares for an important meeting with the social worker and Phil notices that Ben's struggling.

Read on for pictures and spoilers from next week's new episodes!


Monday, January 17 (Episode 6418)

Writer: Katie Douglas
Director: Lance Kneeshaw

After Gray suggests that they register Jordan's birth, a worried Chelsea turns to Kheerat and Whitney, who encourage her to stick to the plan. Chelsea fears that if Gray's name is on the birth certificate, he'll be in their lives forever...

Bobby's not best pleased when Dana asks him to keep quiet about what he knows about Aaron.

Phil realises something's wrong with Ben when he pops in to ask him to look after the businesses. Later, at the station, Phil learns his fate...

Mick gives Rainie flowers to thank her for helping him out, but it only serves to increase Stuart's worries that she's cheating.

This episode airs Monday, January 17 at 8pm on BBC One


Tuesday, January 18 (Episode 6419)

Writer: Katie Douglas
Director: Lance Kneeshaw

Gray tells Chelsea that Jordan's now breathing on his own so they don't have to be at the hospital, making the chances of her getting her passport slim.

Kheerat whisks Gray off to the pub to buy Chelsea some time, but after catching her in a lie later on, Gray's suspicions start to rise.

Working on a house clearance with Rocky's assistance, Billy's surprised to find a wad of cash hidden inside a doll. But after a mixup, a clueless Karen finds herself in possession of the valuable doll...

Also: Mick agrees to let Janine use The Vic's address for her assessment with the social worker over Scarlett.

This episode airs Tuesday, January 18 at 7.30pm on BBC One


Thursday, January 20 (Episode 6420)

Writer: Carey Andrews
Director: Lance Kneeshaw

Sonia encourages Stuart to go along to a cancer support group but later on, she finds him half-cut.

Kheerat tells Chelsea he'll see her at the hospital to support her at the birth certificate signing, but when she goes to register Jordan's birth, she gets a shock. Meanwhile, Denise advises Gray to book a GP appointment for Chelsea.

Honey's embarrassed but Janine's delighted as Jay completes his community payback. Later, Jay gets his own payback when he gives a less-than-glowing character reference for Janine to the social worker. Meanwhile, Janine asks Mick to fake being a couple for her assessment.

Also: Billy completely destroys the doll when he sees it, leaving Mia aghast; and Sonia shows a small sign of thawing towards Rocky.

This episode airs Thursday, January 20 at 7.30pm on BBC One


Friday, January 21 (Episode 6421)

Writer: Carey Andrews
Director: Lance Kneeshaw

Scarlett admits to Janine that she's ignoring her because she knows she only went to such effort at Christmas to get one over on the Slaters.

Having noticed that Chelsea isn't eating anything, Gray surprises her with a gift...

Sonia informs Stuart that she'll tell the truth if anyone asks about his behaviour. At the market, Stuart watches on as Rainie and Mick have a conversation, convincing himself that they are having an affair.

Having got Mick to agree to her plan, Janine has her meeting with the social worker and things seem to be going well...

Downstairs in the pub, Jay realises what Janine and Mick are up to so takes great delight in causing a scene, accusing Mick of having an affair on Linda.

Also: Phil tells Ben that he intends to sell the business because he knows Ben can't handle it.

This episode airs Friday, January 21 at 8.30pm on BBC One


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