TEEN torpedo Bobby Beale will finally face a other residents of Albert Square in EastEnders tonight as his dad, Ian, earnings home.
Bobby – who was jailed for a genocide of his sister Lucy behind in 2014 – has been gripping a low form given returning to Walford final week.
But when father Ian – played by Enders fable Adam Woodyatt – arrives home, his hermit Ben Mitchell decides they should all conduct to a Queen Vic to applaud a family reunion.
Unsurprisingly, a locals don’t conflict too good to a dual murdering members of a Beale family celebration underneath one roof and Bobby starts to feel a vigour as he’s given a tough time.
Denise Fox – who was dating Ian when Lucy died – spots how worried Bobby is feeling and shares some understanding difference with him.
Meanwhile Mel Owen picks adult on a tragedy between Bobby and Max Branning – Jake Wood – and watches on with interest.
With ethanol issuing and tensions reaching heat pitch, things shortly get too many for Bobby and he’s dumbfounded when he gets support from a many doubtful of sources.
So who stairs in and fights his corner?
But even with a astonishing support, Bobby is still struggling and he shortly rushes out of a pub.
When Ian goes after him he’s given a brief shrift by Bobby who final to be left alone.
Is it too many for a teen to be approaching to start rebuilding his life in a village that will always see him as a killer?
Last week fans were assured that Max was going to murder Bobby – who’s played by visitor Clay Milner-Russell- after a hardnut chased him down and cornered him during home.
Fed adult of being cooped adult in a residence with all a reminders of Lucy, Bobby motionless to conduct out for some uninformed air.
He donned that ever fool-proof mode of costume – a ball top – though was immediately recognized by Max.
Max – who served a dire year in jail for a crime Bobby committed – afterwards chased a teen behind to his residence where he crushed a doorway down
A distracted Max shocked Bobby, before his uncle Ben arrived and sent him on his way.