Eastinders fans couldn’t help but notice an error in Tuesday’s episode that featured a socially spaced wedding that delights fans with a “weird” name.
Renee Cross and Stuart Highway tied the knot in the middle of Albert Square because Stuart strangely got stuck in the wedding car after the battery died and she couldn’t open the door.
Rainey (Tanya Franks) was initially angry, but the couple missed their place in the church, so they decided to hold the ceremony on the way from there.
Sweet scenes show the happy Renee and Stuart (Ricky Champ) reading their vows, before Renee reveals she made a surprise announcement for Stuart.
“I’m pregnant!” She said Stuart was overwhelmed with emotion.
“Are we going to be parents?” He asked, with surprise, before diving happily and respecting the car’s horn.
But some eagle-eyed spectators noticed that if the car’s battery had died, the horn would not have worked.
One tweeted: “#EastInders Battery so flat it can’t unlock the door but the horn works perfectly”.
“How will the horn work if the battery is dead ??? # Preachers,” another surprise.
The third rumbled: “Dear Eastenders Pips, I’ve been reliably informed that the horn won’t sound if the car’s battery is dead. Many thanks, disgruntled fan.”
Meanwhile, in front of Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden), when he tweaked Danny Hardcastle and fatally attacked him, Callum surprised the Highway fans.
Culman was forced by DI Thompson to take a police wire to put him in the arch so he could gather evidence against Phil and put him behind bars.
But when Danny caught him doing paperwork and proceeded to demand an explanation from Phil, Danny threatened to harm Ben Mitchell (Max Bow Dan) when Kumlum lost him, and violently attacked him with a wrench.
Meanwhile, heartbreaking scenes have seen Karen Taylor (Lauren Stanley) mourn the death of Chantelle Atkins (Jessica Plummer) as she looks at photos of her daughter.
When Mitch Baker (Roger Griffiths) met him and consoled him, the ex-couple kissed with clever camera work and CGI, despite being two meters from the actors in real life, the snag seemed believable.
And Mitch doubted Chantelle’s death because he knew how unhappy he was with Gray, but who would believe it?
* EastEnders airs on BBC One on Mondays at 8.05pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.35pm and on Fridays at 8.30pm.
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