Note: The following article contains discussion of sexual misconduct that some readers may find upsetting.
EastEnders spoilers follow.
EastEnders' Phil and Ben Mitchell will be left horrified next week, when they learn of Sam's deadly plan for Lewis.
Viewers have recently seen Sam become determined to track down Lewis, after learning that he raped her nephew Ben.
Of course, Sam's real ulterior motive for doing this is to win back Phil's trust, having been caught out over her duplicitous actions at the club.
As Sam continues her quest to get back into Phil's good books, Ben is discharged from hospital.
Despite being relieved that Ben is returning home, Phil can see there is still a long road ahead.
Looking for a solution to help his son heal, Phil meets with Keeble and asks if she can throw the book at Lewis.
While Phil searches for ways to help, Sam tries to use Kat to get through to her brother – but Kat doesn't want to get involved.
Accepting defeat, Sam decides to leave Walford and asks Kat for the code to the safe to get her passport. Hesitant, Kat firmly warns her not to take anything else.
As Sam gets ready to leave, she is thrown a curveball when Zack calls to say he's found Lewis. Zack and Sam then drive off to get Lewis with the gun from the safe in her bag.
Phil is stunned when Sam reveals Lewis is tied up in the boot of the car. Sam explains that she also has Phil's gun – it's time to get revenge.
Sam drives a reluctant Phil to a warehouse, but what will happen when they get there?
Meanwhile, Callum and Ben meet to talk following some encouragement from Jay, but things don't go well.
Ben gets more bad news when Lola refuses to let him see Lexi until he gets professional help.
As Ben reels from this, he gets an even bigger shock when Zack exposes Sam's plan to him...
EastEnders airs on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One, with some episodes airing on BBC Two during summer sporting events. The show also streams on BBC iPlayer.
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