BELIEVING they wanted different things, Honey Mitchell put an end to her relationship with Jay Brown.
Next week in EastEnders, Billy Mitchell uses the break up as an opportunity to win back his former wife.
While Jay Brown decided to hit the town with his friends, coming back home intoxicated on multiple occasions, his partner Honey (portrayed by Emma Barton) was given time to think about their romance.
This led her to opt for a fresh start as a single woman.
Coming up, the market inspector talks to Ash Panesar about her new life, unaware Bob Lister is eavesdropping.
This leads to the character played by Nick Wilton to ask Lola Pearce for a mini makeover, determined to impress Honey.
Meanwhile, Sonia Fowler and Honey also get their hair done and the latter agrees to say yes to everything as a challenge.
Unbeknownst to Honey, her ex husband Billy (played by Perry Fenwick) has decided to make one last attempt at fixing their marriage.
When Eve Unwin spots an awkward exchange between him and Honey, she encourages him to take her out for a drink.
But Bob beats him to the punch, inviting Honey for lunch and she agrees, much to Billy’s dismay.
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Little does he know she has been pushed to agree to everything suggested to her by Sonia.
Soon enough, Sonia tells Billy about the challenge after she sees him upset about Honey and Bob’s “date.”
Billy then comes clean about his intentions – he wants to give his relationship with Honey another shot.
Sonia encourages him to interrupt the date and ask Honey out.
However, once again, another Walford resident makes a move before he can.
Newcomer Finlay Baker swoops in when he sees Honey’s pain during her date and he pretends to be her boyfriend.
Billy is mortified and things could get worse after he overhears Honey agreeing to Finlay’s food stall.
EastEnders fans may know the couple have had a rocky on-off romance since they first met in 2005.
But can they finally work on their differences for a third time or will Honey move on with Finlay?
EastEnders airs on BBC One.