EastEnders fans 'work out' new owners of Queen Vic as Mick Carter's death foreshadowed
EastEnders landlord Mick Carter will be leaving the square as his tragic love story with Linda Carter and Janine Butcher comes to a dramatic conclusion.Mick's exit was confirmed by Danny earlier this year.
Danny Dyer has addressed soap fans' Mick Carter theories and revealed that there is an alternative ending to his recent dramatic EastEnders exit.
Only recently, Danny's, 45, character Mick appeared to be "killed off" on Sunday's episode as he bowed out of the soap after nine years.
Mick tried to save his ex-wife Linda Carter, who he had just reunited with, after she and Janine Butcher drove off a cliff and into the English Channel, where he disappeared at sea.
Appearing on Tuesday's episode of The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan with his daughter Dani Dyer, Danny was grilled about his soap exit and any possible returns.
EastEnders star Danny Dyer admits he ‘made a lot of bad decisions' as he addresses exit
EastEnders' Mick Carter will be leaving Walford on Christmas Day after Danny Dyer confirmed his exit from the BBC soap.The Queen Vic landlord admitted he didn't think he'd last as long as he has on EastEnders.
Since the scenes aired, soap watchers have come up with theories as to how Mick could make a return in the future, even suggesting he could do a Harold Bishop from Neighbours, who returned from being lost at sea with amnesia.
Talking about his exit on Tuesday, Danny said: "It's an end of an era for me, I've had ten years in that show, it's a long stretch for me. It's time to move on."
He added: "I don't want to come back, is what I'm saying..." to which daughter Dani exclaimed: "Oh my God, dad!"
Danny quickly continued: "But that could be anything, couldn't it? It's ambiguous..."
Does Mick die in EastEnders and is Danny Dyer leaving for good?
Ahead of the Christmas day episode, we give you all the details on Danny Dyer's EastEnders exit.The beloved character and pup landlord, as viewers know, tied the knot with Janine last week, despite still being head over heels in love with ex-wife Linda (Kellie Bright).
Suggesting a possible return and likening it to the time "Dirty" Den Watts, played by late actor Leslie Grantham, returned on EastEnders in 2003, host Mo said: "No, you can come back man, they brought back Dirty Den!"
With Danny replying: "No, I can't", adding: "I don't fancy it, Mo. I think I’ve done it now, I’ve done over 1,000 episodes. I don't think there's much more I can do in it."
Elsewhere, in a different interview, the actor revealed about his final soap scenes: "There was an alternative ending, to be fair, but we’ve not gone with that."
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EastEnders' Linda Carter to be at centre of 'never-seen-before' storyline after Danny Dyer exit .
Linda Carter will feature in a 'never before done' storyline on the BBC One soap following Danny Dyer's dramatic exit from the soap during this year's Christmas specialThe actor’s character Mick Carter appeared to meet his demise in a dramatic Christmas storyline which saw him dive into the frozen sea to save current partner Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks) and his ex-wife Linda Carter (Kellie Bright).