Home Tv & Show EastEnders fans open-mouthed as Gray Atkins does the unthinkable in fire rescue...

EastEnders fans open-mouthed as Gray Atkins does the unthinkable in fire rescue twist


EASTENDERS fans were left open-mouthed as Gray Atkins did the unthinkable in a huge fire rescue twist. 

Kheerat became convinced that Gray had murdered Chantelle after her death last December but failed to prove it without any evidence. 

Serial killer Gray has bad blood with Kheerat
So viewers were stunned that he rescued him

Tonight’s episode saw Kheerat taunt Gray by leaving a bunch of flowers on his doorstep on the anniversary of Chantelle’s death.

After Whitney admitted that she had seen Kheerat lingering there before, Gray confronted Kheerat in the Square, hurling the flowers at him.

Gray fell silent when they saw smoke billowing from Phil’s house and stumbled upon a terrified Scarlett, who admitted that Tommy and Janine were inside.

The pair bravely ventured inside and up the stairs, but Kheerat was soon knocked unconscious by an explosion.

As crowds gathered outside, Gray helped Janine get out of a window before heading back for Kheerat. 

The killer found Kheerat lying on the floor and debated whether to leave him there or not.

  • Visit our EastEnders page for the latest gossip
  • Find all EastEnders spoilers here

Eventually, Gray came out of the house holding Kheerat up as Whitney and Suki hailed him a hero.

Fans were stunned that the killer hadn’t left Kheerat to die.

One fan said: “WOW! Gray actually saved Kheerat I’m shocked thought he would have just left him.”

Another fan added: “I honestly didn’t think Gray would save Kheerat.”

A third chimed in: “Wait, Gray actually saved someone instead of killing them…?”

Elsewhere tonight, Linda gave birth to a baby girl after admitting to Jack that the father is Max Branning.

She begged Jack to keep her secret and let her and Mick bring up the child.

But will Jack keep shtum?

Previous articleGOP Rep. McCaul asks if Putin threatened Biden, Blinken dodges question
Next articleChanging the narrative around death: It doesn't need to be painful


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here