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EastEnders tragedy as Ollie Carter’s life endangered in Mick stalker ordeal?

Mick Carter of EASTENDERS is back on the dating scene, but a seemingly innocent encounter with a Linda Carter lookalike may endanger his son Ollie’s life.

Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) had some female company earlier this week after being persuaded to have a good time and put his heartbreak over Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) behind him. The next day, when Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) scolded him for letting his son Ollie (Harry Farr) down, the Queen Vic landlord regretted his drunken behavior. Will Ollie be caught in the crossfire in EastEnders if the father-of-five is pursued by the Linda lookalike?

Mick was taken aback when the mystery woman showed up at the Queen Vic looking for him, despite the fact that they had hit it off at the speed dating event.

“We met last night,” the Linda impersonator told Rocky Cotton (Brian Conley), “and I’m looking for your mate Mick.”

Looking over to Mick who was crawling away, Rocky replied: “He’s just ducked out.”

“Oh that’s a shame I’d never normally do this but I was passing I’ve got the afternoon off so I’m in no rush, do you want a drink?” she said.

“[She’s] out there from the speed dating,” Mick told Janine as he continued to hide in the back.

“What and she’s come to see you at work? That is very bunny boiler,” Janine quipped.

“No she’s just a bit keen,” Mick replied before Rocky joined them.

“I tried my best Mick but she’s not easily shaken,” he remarked. 

“I used a trowel to apply it thickly. I told her about your broken heart over Linda and how you’re a complete mess, but it only seemed to make things worse.”

“I think she’s attracted to vulnerability,” he added.

“And so are most serial killers,” Janine joked and Mick hit back: “No I quite liked her last night.”

“After how many pints?” Janine asked and the landlord replied: “Nine.”

“Look she’s out there waiting for you,” Rocky urged as Mick suggested: “I might get Tracy to cover me.”

“Seriously?” Janine questioned as Mick asked if he could get rid of the woman instead.

“I would love to,” she replied before threatening the Linda lookalike. 

She announced, “Drink up and get out, you’re barred.”

The woman was taken aback and initially assumed Janine was joking with her.

Janine warned, “You heard me, I don’t think you want me to make a scene.”

“I think there’s been a mistake,” she said and the bar manager hit back: “No mistake you do know stalking is a criminal offence?”

“I’m not sure what this is, but you can’t just come over here and…,” the woman said before Janine threatened her with a pair of boxing gloves.

The Linda impersonator quickly left the premises, but Mick may run into her again in the future.

Janine and Rocky were just joking around with Mick about the woman’s “bunny boiler” impression, but could their jokes be true?

Shirley may overhear the mystery woman chastising Mick for enjoying a night out when he should have been focused on his son Ollie in upcoming scenes.

Will Linda doppelgänger conclude that Ollie is to blame for Mick’s dismissal of her and take action?

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Mick Carter of EASTENDERS is back on the dating scene, but a seemingly innocent encounter with a Linda Carter lookalike may endanger his son Ollie’s life.

Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) had some female company earlier this week after being persuaded to have a good time and put his heartbreak over Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) behind him. The next day, when Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) scolded him for letting his son Ollie (Harry Farr) down, the Queen Vic landlord regretted his drunken behavior. Will Ollie be caught in the crossfire in EastEnders if the father-of-five is pursued by the Linda lookalike?

Mick was taken aback when the mystery woman showed up at the Queen Vic looking for him, despite the fact that they had hit it off at the speed dating event.

“We met last night,” the Linda impersonator told Rocky Cotton (Brian Conley), “and I’m looking for your mate Mick.”

Looking over to Mick who was crawling away, Rocky replied: “He’s just ducked out.”

“Oh that’s a shame I’d never normally do this but I was passing I’ve got the afternoon off so I’m in no rush, do you want a drink?” she said.

“[She’s] out there from the speed dating,” Mick told Janine as he continued to hide in the back.

“What and she’s come to see you at work? That is very bunny boiler,” Janine quipped.

“No she’s just a bit keen,” Mick replied before Rocky joined them.

“I tried my best Mick but she’s not easily shaken,” he remarked. 

“I used a trowel to apply it thickly. I told her about your broken heart over Linda and how you’re a complete mess, but it only seemed to make things worse.”

“I think she’s attracted to vulnerability,” he added.

“And so are most serial killers,” Janine joked and Mick hit back: “No I quite liked her last night.”

“After how many pints?” Janine asked and the landlord replied: “Nine.”

“Look she’s out there waiting for you,” Rocky urged as Mick suggested: “I might get Tracy to cover me.”

“Seriously?” Janine questioned as Mick asked if he could get rid of the woman instead.

“I would love to,” she replied before threatening the Linda lookalike. 

She announced, “Drink up and get out, you’re barred.”

The woman was taken aback and initially assumed Janine was joking with her.

Janine warned, “You heard me, I don’t think you want me to make a scene.”

“I think there’s been a mistake,” she said and the bar manager hit back: “No mistake you do know stalking is a criminal offence?”

“I’m not sure what this is, but you can’t just come over here and…,” the woman said before Janine threatened her with a pair of boxing gloves.

The Linda impersonator quickly left the premises, but Mick may run into her again in the future.

Janine and Rocky were just joking around with Mick about the woman’s “bunny boiler” impression, but could their jokes be true?

Shirley may overhear the mystery woman chastising Mick for enjoying a night out when he should have been focused on his son Ollie in upcoming scenes.

Will Linda doppelgänger conclude that Ollie is to blame for Mick’s dismissal of her and take action?

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Mick Carter of EASTENDERS is back on the dating scene, but a seemingly innocent encounter with a Linda Carter lookalike may endanger his son Ollie’s life.

Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) had some female company earlier this week after being persuaded to have a good time and put his heartbreak over Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) behind him. The next day, when Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) scolded him for letting his son Ollie (Harry Farr) down, the Queen Vic landlord regretted his drunken behavior. Will Ollie be caught in the crossfire in EastEnders if the father-of-five is pursued by the Linda lookalike?

Mick was taken aback when the mystery woman showed up at the Queen Vic looking for him, despite the fact that they had hit it off at the speed dating event.

“We met last night,” the Linda impersonator told Rocky Cotton (Brian Conley), “and I’m looking for your mate Mick.”

Looking over to Mick who was crawling away, Rocky replied: “He’s just ducked out.”

“Oh that’s a shame I’d never normally do this but I was passing I’ve got the afternoon off so I’m in no rush, do you want a drink?” she said.

“[She’s] out there from the speed dating,” Mick told Janine as he continued to hide in the back.

“What and she’s come to see you at work? That is very bunny boiler,” Janine quipped.

“No she’s just a bit keen,” Mick replied before Rocky joined them.

“I tried my best Mick but she’s not easily shaken,” he remarked. 

“I used a trowel to apply it thickly. I told her about your broken heart over Linda and how you’re a complete mess, but it only seemed to make things worse.”

“I think she’s attracted to vulnerability,” he added.

“And so are most serial killers,” Janine joked and Mick hit back: “No I quite liked her last night.”

“After how many pints?” Janine asked and the landlord replied: “Nine.”

“Look she’s out there waiting for you,” Rocky urged as Mick suggested: “I might get Tracy to cover me.”

“Seriously?” Janine questioned as Mick asked if he could get rid of the woman instead.

“I would love to,” she replied before threatening the Linda lookalike. 

She announced, “Drink up and get out, you’re barred.”

The woman was taken aback and initially assumed Janine was joking with her.

Janine warned, “You heard me, I don’t think you want me to make a scene.”

“I think there’s been a mistake,” she said and the bar manager hit back: “No mistake you do know stalking is a criminal offence?”

“I’m not sure what this is, but you can’t just come over here and…,” the woman said before Janine threatened her with a pair of boxing gloves.

The Linda impersonator quickly left the premises, but Mick may run into her again in the future.

Janine and Rocky were just joking around with Mick about the woman’s “bunny boiler” impression, but could their jokes be true?

Shirley may overhear the mystery woman chastising Mick for enjoying a night out when he should have been focused on his son Ollie in upcoming scenes.

Will Linda doppelgänger conclude that Ollie is to blame for Mick’s dismissal of her and take action?

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