Alfie Moon, a Walford institution since 2002 and a main character in several significant storylines, is an EastEnders mainstay.
Alfie Moon from EastEnders, played by Shane Richie, is about to learn some heartbreaking news after visiting the hospital to inquire about his recent suffering.
According to official spoilers, Alfie might be planning to say goodbye to his loved ones when he receives some unfavourable medical information.
In upcoming scenes, Steve McFadden’s character Phil Mitchel shows up at the bookies and begs Alfie to watch over Tommy and Ernie Moon while Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) is seeing Little Mo Slater (Kacey Ainsworth).
a pessimist When Freddie Slater (Bobby Brazier) shows up to give Alfie a pep talk, he unintentionally reveals that Tommy told him the whereabouts of Graham.
Before Tommy meets Perry at the park, he and Alfie have a heated argument back at No. 55.
Alfie discovers him and is appalled. He sends Tommy home, where the two fight once more.
Unaware of the drama at the bookies as Freddie tries to take control of Ernie, Phil criticises Alfie’s parenting when he goes to pick up Tommy.
Alfie tries to make amends with his son by apologizing for being a distant father after calming down and giving the two a moment to breathe.
But when Dad prevents him from seeing Perry, things take a turn for the worse once more. Will they ever be able to patch things up?
Following the punch, Phil reveals that Tommy also punched Kat, and the two decide to take Tommy to the Boxing Den so he can fight a kid his own age there.
Phil notes that Alfie was still grimacing in pain during their intervention and insists that he go to the hospital once Tommy leaves.
Alfie puts off going to the hospital once more, choosing instead to help Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) as a diversion.
She is now considering taking legal action to gain custody of the child born to Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks) and Mick Carter (Danny Dyer).
Alfie agrees to meet the solicitor with Linda, delaying his check-up even longer, despite George Knight (Colin Salmon) and Elaine Peacock (Harriet Thorpe) both quickly dismissing the notion.
Alfie quickly decides he needs to see a doctor, so he hails a cab to the hospital, but Tommy spots him.
Alfie later gets wasted at Peggy’s, fights with Phil, and then goes to The Vic to apologies to Linda for missing the meeting.
Alfie denies it, blaming it on his ongoing arguments with Tommy and his worry when Linda discovers he’s not acting like himself.
The famous figure from Walford finds it difficult to absorb his recent events and is not pleased about spending the day with Tommy and Phil in the Boxing Den.
Before revealing that he is worried about Alfie because he saw him ride to the hospital in a cab the day before, Tommy causes anxiety when he spars with another little boy.
Will Alfie let Tommy know what’s wrong? Or will he argue with his son incessantly and suffer in silence?
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