After finding out how much trouble his son was in, Danny Dyer’s character decided to take matters into his own hands.
Still unable to forgive his eldest son, Mick was seen demanding Oz’s address before leaving the pub.
While viewers didn’t see where Mick went, it didn’t take long for viewers to guess what he did when the Queen Vic’s landlord came back and was seen washing blood off his hand.
When Aunt Babe asked if he was in trouble, Mick simply replied: “I’m trying to raise cash that I haven’t got for Linda’s mum and I’m dealing with my excuse of a son’s aggravation.”
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“Mick is going to go all @MrDDyer on Oz. #EastEnders,” wrote one.
While another added: “Hell hath no fury like Mick Carter avenging his family @MrDDyer #EastEnders.”
“Yes Mick!!!!!! Oz’s address!! kick his a**e #EastEnders,” declared a third.
However, others were left disappointed with the soap’s decision to not show the altercation between Mick and Oz.
“It’s a shame that we actually didn’t get to see Mick ‘iron him out’ in the end, it would have made great TV drama! #EastEnders,” one soap viewer commented.
“The first chance in ages we get to see Danny Dyer have a ruck & #EastEnders don’t show no agg! #Mick,” came the response from another user.
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While fans wait to find out what exactly happened between Mick and Oz, Danny-Boy Hatchard has revealed what viewers can expect from Lee over the next few months.
Speaking to The Sun about how he wanted to give an honest portrayal of depression, the actor said: “I want to make sure it isn’t just something that happens and then it all gets better for Lee after that because that isn’t the reality.
“It’s about trying to find a healthy balance because mental illness isn’t just something that goes away.
“And I think that’s what the general feeling is for Lee after that.”
Revealing that Lee will be seen trying to move on, the actor, who will be departing the soap this year after three years, added: “He needs to find himself.
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“He needs to find a healthy balance so he can move forward with his life and that will cause certain things to happen.”
EastEnders continues on BBC One at 8pm.