EastEnders has aired the departures of the main players of Weyland and Co – as Fi Browning’s actions have brought down the corrupt company from within. Realising the deplorable actions of her father, Fi decided to right the wrongs of her family and this led to the villains paying the price for what they had done.
As Willmott-Brown desperately tried to shred the paperwork that revealed the deepest secrets which incriminated Weyland and Co, the police burst into the office as he suffered a heart attack.
In the wake of this, Fi exerted pressure on the Chairman, Hugo, to sign over businesses that had been deceptively taken – and this led to the Carters having the opportunity to buy back the Queen Vic. However, with a whopping £150,000 price tag, only a certain job led by Aidan Maguire could help Mick to achieve this…
Sickened to learn that Hugo knew about Willmott-Brown being guilty of rape, Fi thought nothing of turning her back on the company and letting it fall – and she paid one final visit to a dying Willmott-Brown to make it clear that they were done.
The scenes spell the end of the long running storyline which saw Willmott-Brown take over the Square alongside a vengeful Max Branning and the final part in the story of Willmott-Brown, Fi and Hugo appears to have played out and come to a definitive end.
With his once lucrative plans now in tatters, Max’s focus is on his hopes for Lauren and Abi’s survival. Meanwhile, the locals have fresh hope as the likes of Kathy get their businesses back – but when it comes to the Queen Vic, it looks like drastic action is the only way forward for Mick…
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