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Wednesday 19th June 2019

EastEnders airs dirtiest episode ever with shock self-pleasure references and sex talk

The Carters made plenty of sex puns

It's fair to say last night (Thursday May 23) may have been the dirtiest episode of EastEnders ever as characters made references to pornography and included plenty of sex puns.

In a scene which showed Mick watching something on his mobile phone, Mick was moaning and saying "get hold of that".

As his wife Linda walked in she asked if he was watching "something naughty".

Linda asked if Mick was watching "something naughty" (Credit: BBC iPlayer)

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Turns out Mick was actually watching Paolo Di Canio's top 10 goals.

Linda then told her husband to "save that naughtiness" for her as they prepared to have a night in together.

Later, Mick asked his aunt Tina and mum Shirley to man the bar while he and Linda had some alone time and the pair couldn't resist making some puns.

Too much information Shirley.

Tina turned to her nephew and said: "So basically, you want us to stay downstairs working while you play 'hide the chipolata' up there".

Mick didn't look impressed with the puns (Credit: BBC iPlayer)

Shirley then said: "Oh don't, I had toad in the hole for lunch!"

It didn't stop there, as Tina replied: "Linda's about to have it for dinner."

Mick told them they just wanted to spend some time together.

Shirley then told her sister and son she was "going back online" before turning to Mick and saying: "you're not the only one going through a dry spell."

Viewers were slightly shocked by Shirley's confession and said it was "too much information".

Viewers also picked up on the fact that Salt-N-Pepa's song Let's Talk About Sex was playing in the background.

However, it wasn't just the Carters who were making sex puns.

After Martin Fowler had a beer or two, he kept making sex jokes and found it hilarious that Kat was cooking coq au vin for dinner.

Martin kepy making 'coq au vin' jokes (Credit: BBC iPlayer)

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He said : "Coq au vin on the menu, eh? In more ways than one."

EastEnders is on Mondays and Fridays at 8pm and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm.

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