EastEnders fans want 'chilling' Nish to be the Christmas murder victim!
EastEnders viewers say they're hoping Nish is the one who gets what he deserves!
EastEnders viewers are convinced Nish Panesar will be murdered at Christmas!
And they're crossing their fingers that the "chilling" businessman will be the one who's the victim when the festive season arrives.
Last month, fans were treated to a shocking flash-forward when we saw six women - Stacey, Suki, Linda, Sharon, Denise and Kathy - in the Queen Vic at Christmastime.
The fire was crackling, the decorations were up - and there was a corpse on the floor!
The women were staring in horror at the body, and Sharon - who was wearing a wedding dress (what?!) - checked the victim's pulse and pronounced him dead.
Now EastEnders fans are predicting that the murdered man is Nish Panesar.
And they're quite pleased about it!
Last week, Suki and Nish renewed their wedding vows. But it was clear that Suki's heart wasn't in it, and as her husband enjoyed the celebrations, she sneaked across the Square and locked lips with secret lover Eve Unwin.
But in last night's episode, as Suki tried to loosen Nish's grip on their family, he was one step ahead.
With Nish telling Ash that she shouldn't take the job she'd been offered in Canada, Suki cleverly managed to manipulate her daughter into accepting the role.
And she tried to worry him about a new business deal in Leeds that she said needed more involvement from him, hoping that meant he'd head up north and leave her and Eve alone.
But at the end of the episode, Nish quietly reminded his wife that he was the head of their family and his word was law.
EastEnders fans shared their fears about what the quiet but terrifying man could do next.
After all, he's already served a long stretch in prison for murdering an innocent chap who'd got too close to his wife, and we know he's keeping an eye on Mitch Baker for daring to speak to Suki.
Viewers said his behaviour is "chilling", and warned that Suki could be in "real danger".
Nish is the very definition of a Narcissistic double Psycho/Sociopath! He keeps insisting he is happy to repeat himself killing again and also thinks his family should bow down to him! Suki is already in real danger and the verbal abuse will become something worse! #EastEndersMarch 7, 2023
that final scene with nish and suki was pretty chilling, suki desperately wants to be happy and for her kids to be happy and nish just comes in with this controlling, grim behaviour. taking away her freedom, everything she’s built up. disturbing. #EastendersMarch 7, 2023
One viewer even compared Nish to classic EastEnders villains, saying he was a mix of Archie Mitchell, Michael Moon, and Trevor Morgan.
And we all know how they ended up!
Now the fans are predicting Nish could be the Christmas corpse.
Nish was proper chilling, im thinking hes a mix of michael moon, archie mitchell and trevor morgan. He's got the comedy of michael, controlling and manipulation of archie and threatening/possible physical abuse from trevor, and the charm of all 3 #EastEndersMarch 7, 2023
I don’t think I can wait til xmas to see Nish dead! #EastEndersMarch 7, 2023
Praying it’s Nish written off at Christmas😩😩😩 come on girls, you know it makes sense! #EastendersMarch 7, 2023
But one fan said Nish was "all mouth" and wasn't a villain at all.
I’m confused- nish hasn’t done anything that constitutes abuse- he’s just super abnoxious and arrogant- we haven’t seen him be violent or aggressive towards suki or anyone else for that matter- it’s hard to see him as some super husband villain as he’s all mouth #eastendersMarch 7, 2023
What do you think? Could Nish be killed at Christmas after going too far?
EastEnders usually airs Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One. Check our TV Guide for more information.
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