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EastEnders fans threaten to boycott ‘boring’ soap – raging ‘I’d rather be in bed!’

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EASTENDERS fans have lashed out at the soap as they insist it has taken a sudden decline in quality this week.

The BBC soap opera has been on top form recently with a series of hard-hitting episodes.

Fans were left 'bored' watching last night's EastEnders

Fans were left ‘bored’ watching last night’s EastEndersCredit: BBC
The Jay Brown focused episode failed to maintain the soap's high-stakes drama

The Jay Brown focused episode failed to maintain the soap’s high-stakes dramaCredit: BBC

Last week saw BBC fans glued to their screens as Stacey Slater and Freddie Slater took on evil Theo in a week of gripping episodes.

EastEnders was heralded for the action that saw little promotion beforehand.

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However, for some viewers, it seems that the excitement of the soap has worn off.

Tuesday night’s episode left little to be desired among some watchers of the show as they were left raging at the ‘boring and dull’ content.

Unhappy with the calmer week on the programme, one fan fumed on X: “Jesus Christ what a boring week so far/ever??,”

Another penned: “Jesus Christ what a boring week so far/ever??.”

Before a third added:  “This is so Boring might just go to bed.”

The episode featured a heavy emphasis on Jay Brown, Ben Mitchell and Callum Highway and was noticeably less jam-packed with drama than in recent weeks.

Jay has been seeking solace in newcomer Nadine following Lola’s passing.

However, he appears to be going down a dark path when his new ketamine habit was revealed to a furious Callum.

Sharon and Keanu also featured in the episode as they continued to disagree on co-parenting whilst Nugget’s disappearance continued to weigh heavy on Ravi’s mind.

EastEnders has experienced a ‘renaissance’ this year with many viewers praising the show for returning to the feel of its golden years.

Keanu also took a leading role in the episode

Keanu also took a leading role in the episodeCredit: BBC

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