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EastEnders Isaac Baptiste set for exit as his hallucinations put Lily Slater in danger?

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Isaac Baptise (played by Stevie Basaula) has become convinced Ruby Allen (Louisa Lytton) was involved in a coverup of Paul Truman’s (Gary Beadle) death. The Walford resident has schizophrenia and stopped taking his medication despite pleas from Lola Pearce (Danielle Harold). However, will he leave EastEnders to get help after his actions put Lily Slater (Lillia Turner) and Arthur Fowler (Hunter Bell) in danger?

In upcoming scenes, Sheree Trueman (Suzette Llewellyn) tries to get her son to take his medication but to no avail.

And viewers will see Isaac experience hallucinations that stop him from listening to Sheree.

Lola, Kim Fox (Tameka Empson) and Patrick Trueman (Rudolph Walker) meet up to discuss Isaac’s condition. 

However, when they brainstorm ways to help him, Patrick steps in and tells them to leave it with Sheree.

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But, unbeknown to Patrick, Sheree is struggling and could really benefit from some support. 

Meanwhile, Isaac watches Ruby’s house and stops Lily and Arthur as they arrive home with their step-mum.

He encourages them to go on a picnic away from the house and asks them to stay there for some time.

The club owner spots Isaac trying to break into her house and panics. 

Luckily, Martin Fowler (James Bye) and Sheree realise what’s happening and rush over. 

Sheree tries to talk to her son but he doesn’t listen and instead focuses on his hallucinations. 

Ruby realises the kids are missing and fears the worst has happened. 

Martin calls the police but Isaac runs off to his house before they arrive to arrest him. 

Patrick tries to reason with his son and eventually, Isaac agrees to let him in. 

He urges him to reveal where Lily and Arthur are before promising he’ll keep him safe. 

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Isaac agrees to take Patrick to the school kids but he runs back inside when he spots the commotion he’s caused in the square. 

Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) is beside herself with worry while Ruby fears she’s let Martin down. 

Later, the Slater matriarch receives a call from Lily before finding her and Arthur in the allotments.

Isaac is a great teacher and EastEnders fans will know he has reached out to students he’s worried about in the past to give them extra support. 

The troubled resident would be horrified to think he put Lily and Arthur in danger.

Will his actions cause Isaac to reflect on his schizophrenia and exit Walford to get help?

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Fans of the BBC soap have praised Stevie for his portrayal of Isaac as one tweeted: “#StevieBasaula was fantastic in this week’s #EastEnders – we saw a side of Isaac that we hadn’t seen before and he portrayed it wonderfully. 

“Seeing Issac so vulnerable and broken was hard to watch. I hope he can accept that he needs help & stop pushing away those who care for him.”

“Isaac is breaking my heart cannot deal #Eastenders,” another wrote.

“#EastEnders I can feel Isaac’s frustration – people dismissing his theory because they think it’s down to his illness.”

EastEnders continues on BBC One on Thursday at 7.30pm.

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