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Honey is attacked

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Honey is attacked
Aired Tuesday, Nov 13 2007 at 19:30 GMT on BBC One

The doors of The Vic burst open as Bird, Terry and the gang storm the East-End local. Glass shatters everywhere as more and more yobs pile in. Peggy shouts "Oi what are you playing at? – someone stop them! This is my pub. I want to know what your game is! You’re messing with the wrong people I can tell you!" However, she's pushed aside as the brawl continues.

Across the road, however, Jase is blissfully aware of the situation in the pub as he and Dawn continue their night. And upstairs in The Vic, Honey hears some muffled chaos and heads downstairs to have a look what's going on…

The gang continually keep asking where Jase is and they soon spot a furtive look between Keith and Mickey. Over at the Millers', Dawn hears Summer stirring and goes to settle her again. Jase, meanwhile, hears a disturbance outside.

When Terry and Bird hear a baby crying upstairs, they think Jase is in the living quarters of The Vic. As Patrick stands up to Bird, Bird faces him off with a baseball bat. War breaks out between the Albert Square locals and Terry's gang – until Jase walks in and shouts: "Leave them, it's me you want…"

Jase and a couple of the gang head to the barrel store. Jase is kicked to the floor but says he doesn't care – he doesn't want to fight any more. Honey hears Jase in trouble in the cellar and enters to help him. She steps between the men in an attempt to protect Jase but she's knocked to the floor and screams in pain.

The gang rush off in their cars, while Jase panics about Honey. Nobody can reach Billy on his mobile and when Honey reaches the hospital, she's rushed into the High Risk Labour Unit where she's told she'll have to have an emergency caesarian.

As Billy rushes to the hospital, Jase fills Minty in on his past. Billy runs into the corridor and punches Jase in the face. When he goes in to see Honey, the baby's delivered – but something's not right. Jase looks on, terrified…


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