EastEnders fans fear for Dennis in twisted case of history repeating itself
EastEnders teen killer Bobby Beale (Clay Russell) pushed Dennis Rickman (Bleu Landau) in a brutal attack during tonight's visit to Albert Square.
The troubled youngster tried to stop Dennis from rowing with his mum Sharon Mitchell (Letitia Dean) but things took a turn for the worse.
Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth) had convinced Dennis to try and speak to him heartbroken mum after weeks of ignoring her after it was revealed that Keanu Taylor (Danny Walters) was the father of her unborn child.
She forced Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) to bring him to the Beale's for a family meeting but things didn't go to plan.
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Dennis insulted everyone in the living room calling Kathy "Ian Beale's old slapper of a mother" and telling his mum Sharon he didn't care if his baby is dead.
As he became violent and punched the wall near pregnant Sharon, Bobby intervened and pushed him back away from her.
However, Bobby pushed him so hard he fell backwards and he knocked his head on the edge of the coffee table in the centre of the living room.
As Dennis laid unconscious, Bobby looked on and suffered a flashback to the night he killed his sister Lucy.
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He saw her laying on the living room floor instead of Denny and fled into the Square.
Ian, Sharon and Kathy were left in horror as it seemed history may have repeated itself with Denny.
A panicked Sharon screamed for her son but he remained motionless on the carpet.
The scenes left viewers urging Ian to remove the 'killer coffee table' from the living room.
Taking to Twitter, one fans said: "Just watched EastEnders, has anybody not thought to move that bl**dy coffee table?"
Another added: "Ian Beale really needs to get rid of that coffee table."
A third tweeted: "Here we go again."
EastEnders continues on BBC One at 8pm on Monday night
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