Eastender fans questioned whether Linda Carter would leave the BBC, but she changed her mind – before passing Jenin Butcher.
East Enders’ Linda Carter played the role of longtime villain Janine Butcher on Thursday night, when a twist saw the BBC’s U-turn departure.
Following Jenin’s ruthless plan to get her out of Walford and away from her ex-husband Mick Carter, she refuses to be threatened and ridiculed by her love rival.
In the midst of Jenin’s newly found romance with the character, she recently feels threatened by Linder’s return and her history with Mick.
So he’s looking for a way to leave the family for the sake of alcohol, and it looks like Linda will take it.
It wasn’t until he realized he couldn’t leave his family behind that Jack Hudson soon asked him not to break his daughter Nancy’s heart.
Earlier in the week, Jenin offered Linda £ 25,000 to leave, before she reached 50,000 50,000 and handed over the money.
So, on his recent trip to Walford, he was annoyed to see Linda hanging out even when he showed up at the pub.
In fact, Linda is secretly saying goodbye to Mick and Nancy, with plans to escape that day.
Jack realizes this and tells her not to go, because Nancy will never get over it.
In the next episode, Jenin is seen talking to Mick at the bar which has just returned – and she seems to be very happy with the way she is going.
When Mick ran upstairs with the kids, Jenin was surprised to see who had covered the bar in her absence, pointing to Linda.
Jenin is still scared to see Linda around and in the pub, when she asks why she hasn’t left yet.
Linda then reverses the situation and refuses to hand over the money, but in the end says she won’t leave.
Jenin demands a refund before threatening, because Linda pretends she doesn’t know what she’s talking about.
When Jenin started to get angry at him, he warned, “You’re making a big mistake. You don’t know what you’re up to here, Linda.”
Linda replied: “Why don’t you go upstairs and tell Mick that you paid 50,000 50,000 to go to the mother of her children and never see them again. I’ll come down here,” you said. Let me know how it goes. ”
Jenin then yells, “Listen to me …” but Linder doesn’t have it, and makes it clear that she has nothing.
He said: “No, you’re listening to me, I’m for good because nothing in this world can leave me my children, not 50,000, not alcoholics and of course not you. Now, have a nice evening.”
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EastEnders airs on BBC One Monday through Thursday at 6:30 p.m.