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spoilers reveal Phil Mitchell is set to take matters in his own hands in a bid to protect ex-girlfriend Kat's Slater's son Tommy Moon from bullies.
Preview pictures for Friday's episode will see young Tommy (Sonny Kendall) seek refuge in the Argee Bhajee after being chased by his bullies.
And after being informed of Tommy's plight, Phil (Steve McFadden) races into the restaurant angrily wielding an iron bar in a bid to scare the tormentors off.
Where is he? Meanwhile, unaware of the engagement party taking place, a furious Phil has chased after bullies who have been tormenting Kat's son Tommy Taking action: EastEnders spoilers reveal Phil Mitchell is set to take matters in his own hands in a bid to protect ex-girlfriend Kat's Slater's son Tommy Moon from bullies
Albert Square's resident hardman puts on a terrifying display as he viciously slams the pole on the ground and shouts out as he teaches the bullies a lesson they'll never get.
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In recent episodes, the mechanic has been trying to help Tommy stand up to bullies, even trying to toughen the lad up in the gym.
Scared: Preview pictures for Friday's episode show young Tommy (Sonny Kendall) seeking refuge in the Argee Bhajee after being chased by his bullies Scared: Preview pictures for Friday's episode will see young Tommy (Sonny Kendall) seek refuge in the Argee Bhajee after being chased by his bullies
However, he was soon confronted by son Ben who warned him against advising Tommy to man up. 
But it will remain to be seen whether Phil's actions have helped Tommy for the better or have just made the situation worse. 
It comes amid the news that  is dropping its Friday episode and will now air across four consecutive weeknights in a major schedule shake-up.
The change will see the soap air Monday-Thursday at 7.30pm with episodes now in direct competition with 's .
On the warpath: And after being informed of Tommy's plight, Phil (Steve McFadden) races into the restaurant angrily wielding an iron bar in a bid to scare the tormentors off On the warpath: And after being informed of Tommy's plight, Phil (Steve McFadden) races into the restaurant angrily wielding an iron bar in a bid to scare the tormentors off
Protector: Albert Square's resident hardman puts on a terrifying display as he viciously slams the pole on the ground and shouts out as he teaches the bullies a lesson they'll never get Protector: Albert Square's resident hardman puts on a terrifying display as he viciously slams the pole on the ground and shouts out as he teaches the bullies a lesson they'll never get
For the first time, fans can tune into the antics of Albert Square on a Wednesday, with the permanent schedule change coming into play from March 7. 
And avid soap fans will be in for a treat as the first week will see the downfall of serial killer Gray Atkins. 
Speaking of the changes, Kates Oates, Head of Continuing Drama at BBC Studios said: 'We're delighted that, from 7th March, there will be new regular time slots for EastEnders on BBC One, and Doctors on BBC Two.
Hero? As a terrified Tommy emerges from in the shadows, has Phil done enough to ensure he's left alone? Hero? As a terrified Tommy emerges from in the shadows, has Phil done enough to ensure he's left alone?
'Both shows have a loyal following; and this new simplified schedule means it's even easier for viewers to get their fix, as well as being able to watch whenever and wherever they choose on iPlayer.
'A 7pm time situs judi slot online mudah menang gives a whole new audience chance to enjoy the drama in Letherbridge; while EastEnders‘ new 7.30pm slot begins with a hugely exciting week, as killer Gray Atkins is finally exposed…'
The drastic new changes follow hot on the heels of rival soaps Coronation Street and Emmerdale, who recently announced schedule alterations.
Broadcaster ITV confirmed both shows will change time slots - putting them in direct competition with EastEnders - as ITV expand their news programme for an hour between 6:30pm and 7:30pm. 
Big moves: EastEnders is dropping its Friday episode and will now air across four consecutive weeknights in a major schedule shake-up Big moves: EastEnders is dropping its Friday episode and will now air across four consecutive weeknights in a major schedule shake-up
Head-to-head: The change will see the BBC soap air Monday-Thursday at 7.30pm with episodes now in direct competition with ITV's Emmerdale Head-to-head: The change will see the BBC soap air Monday-Thursday at 7.30pm with episodes now in direct competition with ITV's Emmerdale
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