An ode to EastEnders - Who Killed Lucy Beale?
WHO KILLED LUCY BEALE?
As Thursday approaches, all through the land,
Viewers are wondering whose dastardly hand
Is behind the grisly events of Good Friday last
When poor Lucy Beale did take her last gasp.
The bookies are cheering as they get the best deal
In the ongoing saga of Who Killed Lucy Beale?
Could it be Max who wanted her dead?
He's got no moral compass, it's got to be said.
But what about Peter, a twin said to be loyal?
Could he have left her to die in the soil?
And don't forget Abi, with a visage so sweet,
Beneath that innocent face the heart of a killer may beat.
Then there's Ian himself, a dad now wracked with grief
He could have lost all control, in a moment so brief.
The troubled young Ben with his murderous ways
Has form when it comes to these deathly displays:
Remember poor Hev who took that fatal whack
As Ben grabbed hold of a picture frame and launched his attack?
But could it be Dot who will make us all gasp
As she confesses to murder in her unmistakeable rasp?
One thing's for certain - viewing figures will rise,
And the cast and the crew prepare to go live.
As the suspects line up throughout Albert Square
We wait for the climax of this morbid affair.
So we wish them all well and get ready to go,
"It was Grant Mitchell wot done it, he's back from Ri-o!"
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