EastEnders: Carol Jackson and Bianca’s kids are headed back to Walford! (VIDEO)

by Lynn Connolly

In the episode of EastEnders that airs on October 29th Carol Jackson (Lindsey Coulson) returns to Walford with her daughter Bianca’s kids in tow…

Fans of the show will know that when Bianca (Patsy Palmer) went to prison earlier this year, Carol and kids moved to be nearer to the prison where she was being held to make visiting her easier.

However, she’s due for release soon – and will be back on Albert Square in time for Christmas – so Carol’s back, but she’s not best pleased with some of the developments while she’s been away, most notably finding her brother Derek (Jamie Foreman) has filled the house with knock-off gear!

Keen to give Derek an ear bashing, Carol’s frustrated as he disappears as soon as she’s back, but when he eventually surfaces, Carol tells him that the dodgy stuff has to go, stressing that as Bianca will be on parole when she comes out, she can’t be found with stolen goods in her house…

Later, we’ll see that Carol has a letter from David Wicks (Michael French) that Derek’s intercepted, and he’s undecided as to whether to pass on the mail or not, given that of course David was supposed to be starting a new life with Carol but instead, he ditched her, just as they were about to leave the Square together. In the end, Derek decides to hide the letter along with the stolen goods.

Meanwhile, in the episode that airs on November 1st Meanwhile, when Max (Jake Woo finds Joey (David Witts) sleeping in the car lot office, he agrees to let him move into the Branning’s house, which is a development that doesn’t impress Derek at all.

Seeing the tension between father and son, Carol decides to speak to Joey to ask him to give his dad a chance, however, she soon changes her tune when Joey tells her all about the violence Derek used to subject his mother to.

However, tonight, we’ll see Max taking Joey under his wing at the car lot. Here’s a clip…

Will you be glad to see Carol back?

Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, I'm A Celeb and Big Brother.