Original EastEnders character and Queen Vic landlord "Dirty" Den Watts made a dramatic return to Albert Square in 2003 after his apparent death in 1989.
He (Leslie Grantham) was reunited with son Dennis and daughters Sharon and Vicki, while his wife Chrissie made an entrance in Walford.
True to character, Den became embroiled with the younger Zoe Slater, and made enemies around the square. His demise came at the hands of Chrissie and the murder weapon was Pauline Fowler's doorstop - this time it was for good and he was buried in the pub store room.
Some critics called Den's return from the grave unrealistic, while his initial return - in which his opening line was "'ello princess" to daughter Sharon - drew 16 million viewers.
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