EastEnders spoilers follow.
EastEnders' Lola Pearce will find her fears for her boyfriend Isaac Baptiste continuing to grow over the coming days, as his erratic behaviour continues.
Isaac (Stevie Basaula) stopped taking his schizophrenia medication last month and has since been behaving unpredictably, snapping at Lola (Danielle Harold) and becoming increasingly obsessed with his late brother, Paul Trueman, and Ruby Allen's deceased father, Johnny Allen.
In upcoming scenes, Lola will find Isaac distracted as his mind races again, but he manages to cover for himself, leaving Lola none the wiser on how he is really feeling.
The couple later meet for lunch and Isaac reveals that he has a surprise for her, leading Lola to his dad Patrick Trueman (Rudolph Walker)'s shed in the allotments. But what does Isaac have to show Lola?
Later on, as Lola leaves for work, Isaac continues his deep research into Johnny. Elsewhere, Lola convinces a worried Sheree Trueman (Suzette Llewellyn) that her son is absolutely fine.
But things take another turn when Ruby (Louisa Lytton) and Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) have their heart to heart in the club interrupted by Isaac, as he arrives with plenty to say.
How will Ruby and Jean react to Isaac's outburst?
With Isaac having been lying to his nurse, Rafe, that he is continuing to take his medication and keep to his routine, only Lola is aware of the true situation.
In this week's uploaded box set episodes of EastEnders, it has been revealed that Isaac is the person responsible for breaking into Ruby's house so that he could take some photocopies from her photo albums, as well as an old diary of Johnny's.
The soap has been working with mental health charity Mind on Isaac's storyline, in order to accurately depict Isaac's condition on screen.
EastEnders airs on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday this week on BBC One. All four episodes are available to watch now on BBC iPlayer.
We would encourage anyone who identifies with the topics raised in this article to reach out. Organisations who can offer support include Mind on 0300 123 3393 (www.mind.org.uk) and SANE on 07984 967 708 (http://www.sane.org.uk/).
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