Mick decides to help out Billy and signs up to Janet’s sponsored swim. One little problem though - he’s petrified of water!

Mick heads to the pool, but his fears get the better of him and he takes his frustration out on the nearest thing he can find - an old tin can. Or perhaps he’s just getting into the World Cup spirit?!

Later in the week it’s Ian who finally manages to help Mick face his demons… Who'd have thought?

Watch Mick overcome his fears in the week commencing 23rd June...

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  • Comment number 4. Posted by LaptopCharlieB

    on 21 Jun 2014 11:16

    Poor Mick not only does he have a wife who never stops opening her mouth and putting her foot in it, he has a fear of deep water. There is only one way to cure that Mick and that's to go and see a hypnotist they'll cure that fear for you! To save his blushes and to prevent Linda from telling the entire Queen Vic about it(like she did to poor Johnny after the Albert break in), he agrees to go swimming with Billy and Janet. Though upon getting to the swimming pool his fear gets the better of him, and in a moment of frustration he decides to put the nearest tin can into orbit! Oh dear Mick time to get help I think, but who will he turn to for help? Cue a guest appearance from Paul McKenna? No he turns to Ian for help instead! Will Ian be able to help Mick cure his fear? Watch and find out.

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  • Comment number 3. Posted by Pagan Lyle

    on 19 Jun 2014 11:53

    I am also not a fan of water, and will avoid it as much as possible. You will never catch me in a swimming pool, the sea or paddling in a river. However, there are times when peer pressure can make you agree to things that you don't think you are capable of. I went on a log flume at a famous Theme Park, and the photo of the 4 of us in our log shows 3 people having fun and 1 (me) behaving as if I were on a downhill descent to a watery oblivion.
    I am really enjoying Danny Dyer in Eastenders. I hope he is in it for many years to come.... although I agree with khadija khatun when they suggest the bin may have been a better place for the tin can. I can see the headline now.... Danny Dyer condones littering. Wombles Outraged.

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  • Comment number 2. Posted by shaza

    on 17 Jun 2014 17:43

    I am frightened of water, I fell in the canal when i was a kid. Not nice

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  • Comment number 1. Posted by khadija khatun

    on 17 Jun 2014 14:05

    Why agree to it if you know your scared of water. Or instead of taking your anger on the poor tin can, put it in the bin then sort out your situation with professional help.

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