Pub landlord Mick (played by Danny Dyer) has recently shown willing to increase business at the popular drinking spot in order to ease his money troubles.
However, it has been revealed that next week's episodes will see Mick receiving terrible news which may prove too much to deal with.
Will Albert Square residents be too pre-occupied by the bus crash disaster to attend Mick’s money raising events?
Burns Night helped to pull in the punters, but an upcoming quiz night does’t have the same effect.
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EastEnders is a fictional drama and the crash in last night's episode was not based on any real-life event. We are always mindful of the content within our episodes.
It has been reported that Tina Carter (Luisa Bradshaw-White) allows Sylvie Carter (Linda Marlow) to perform a song at the quiz night, despite Mick telling her she can’t.
While this argument may get out of hand, it will come as a sigh of relief for fans who thought the characters may die in a train derailment.
Last night's episode saw Sylvie and her daughters Shirley (Linda Henry) and Tina sharing a ride on the tube, a rare setting for EastEnders.
Later, a double-decker bus ploughed into the railway bridge just moments before their tube was due to pass.
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Last week, viewers speculated that the Queen Vic would be demolished after BBC bosses released a 10 second spoiler video appearing to show the iconic pub’s ceiling seemingly caving in.
It has since been reported that the Walford pub is actually suffering a roof leak, but if last night’s drama was anything to go by, soap fans could still see disaster strike the Queen Vic as tonight’s continuation could see the predicted train derailment.
EastEnders viewers complained that ploughing a large vehicle through a crowded market was “insensitive” given recent terror atrocities across the world, but a spokesperson for the soap told Express.co.uk: "EastEnders is a fictional drama and the crash in last night's episode was not based on any real-life event. We are always mindful of the content within our episodes."