EastEnders aired the final episode of it's dramatic 35th anniversary week this evening.
Mick Cater (Danny Dyer) managed to save his wife Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) after she got her ankle stuck.
As the boat filled up with water, Mick and Linda's lives were hanging in the balance when the boat unexpectedly crashed and started filing with water.
Pub landlord Mick managed to swim his wife to safety and dragged her to the nearest life boat.
Fans of the BBC One soap took to their keyboards as they pointed out that Mick previously admitted he couldn't swim.
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Taking to Twitter, one said: "Wait when did Mick learn to swim?"
Another added: "Thought Mick couldn't swim."
A third penned: "I remember Mick having swimming lessons, has he learnt to swim now?"
A fourth said: "They have definitely forgotten Mick can't swim."
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Die hard fans of the soap will know that Mick eventually learned to swim and, despite having a phobia of water, signed up to a sponsored swim in aid of Billy Mitchell's young daughter, Janet Mitchell, who has Down's syndrome.
The boat party ended as Sharon Mitchell's (Letitia Dean) son Dennis Rickman (Bleu Landua) drowned just moments after his mum gave birth to a baby boy.
It seemed the schoolboy has survived after Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) used a fire extinguisher to break down the door of the room he locked Dennis in.
However, a surge of water rushed towards the pair an they were both pulled out of water unconscious.
In heartbreaking scenes, a paramedic claimed there were two suspected fatalities as they started to resuscitate Dennis' body.
Sharon blamed herself for her son's death after she was told the earth shattering news by former lover Keanu Taylor (Danny Walters).
EastEnders continues on Monday on BBC One at 8pm
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