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    Ian Beale To Stay in Eastenders

    From Todays Sunday Mirror (yes the same paper that last week announced he was quitting)
    EASTENDERS is striking back in the ratings war with a sensational new storyline.

    Long-suffering chip shop owner Ian Beale, played by actor Adam Woodyatt, will hit rock bottom after learning that his partner Jane has had a secret affair with Grant Mitchell (Ross Kemp).

    Arch-enemy Phil Mitchell, played by Steve McFadden, drops the bombshell in an angry confrontation.

    An insider said: "Ian can't believe that Jane could cheat on him - let alone with a Mitchell.

    "And to have the news broken to him by Phil just makes it all the worse.

    "He takes it very badly indeed. He is devastated and humiliated by the revelations, things are going to get very dark. Ian loves Jane but this is the ultimate betrayal."


    Insiders say the scenes, due to be screened in the next few months, will be one of the show's biggest storylines.


    Ian will be told the news when he comes to blows with mechanic Phil after he refuses to pay for work done on his car.


    Their dispute descends into all-out war when Walford hardman Phil drops the news about his brother's secret romance with cafe worker Jane (Laurie Brett).


    A source added: "Adam is thrilled with the storyline. He'd been getting down about Ian's role and it was said he was thinking of quitting.


    "But he's very happy with what the producers have got planned for him."


    Adam, 38, has played businessman Ian since the show started in 1985.
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    About time Ian found out, this will make for a excellent storyline, just what the show needs.
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    It all sounds a bit deja vu to me. Still I'm interested in this "Very Dark" which is connected to Ian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Tangliss
    About time Ian found out, this will make for a excellent storyline, just what the show needs.
    Yeah, pleased about this, Ian getting a decent storyline, rather than the daft business with the masons or whatever that Walford Business men's society thingy is!

    Hope he gets the upper hand (for once) with Phil! That he, er... doesn't end up with tomato sauce on his face, or head flushed down the loo, yet again!!! lol

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    Just what EE needs. I think if he quit it would be a big lost i like the old characters. Like Pauline and Ian and the Mitchells.

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    at first i thought that sounds good but on thinking about it all i can think is "here we go again"

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    Same here also I thought oh no could this be another character assassination job? From what I can remember things got pretty dark with Cindy, maybe it's going to be a reversal??

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    im glad hes staying and im glad that hes getting a decent storyline
    im back everyone!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan45
    EASTENDERS is striking back in the ratings war with a sensational new storyline.
    What's the betting it will be about as sensational as Pauline Fowler making a cup of tea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birks_2k4
    What's the betting it will be about as sensational as Pauline Fowler making a cup of tea.
    Dont' all soaps say that.. Sensational, explosive, blah blah blah.. most of the time it is a load of drivel..
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