Saturday, January 6, 2024

Dan Ewing’s funny response to a Home And Away fan’s raunchy remark has Iconic in absolute stitches.


The nostalgic dream of any Home And Away fan came true last night when Heath Braxton, one of the OG River Boys, made a triumphant return to Summer Bay.

In case you missed it, after being called in by fellow River Boy Dean, Heath turned up in town and found himself wrapped up in a blackmail-robbery fiasco with Tane and Ari.

Meeting in a dim carpark with the blackmailers Paul and Leon, Heath quickly rolled in to save the day.

To save the day here. (Seven-Channel)

Who the heck are you?” asks one intimidating gang member as Heath gets all gorgeously brooding from a truck.”


Heath Braxton and you muppets,” he replies, “are on River Boy turf.

We’ve got chills of enthusiasm here.

Dan posted a series of photos on his Instagram page in celebration of his return, and has since reacted charmingly to fan comments.

After a, for lack of a better term thirsty, fan left a very raunchy comment on Dan’s picture with characters Dean, Tane and Ari, one response hilariously caught our attention.


The fan replied with a set of heart emojis, “Omg wonder who’d be better in bed than a bunch of bad boys.”

Dan’s clear answer at the same time made us laugh out loud and cringe, writing: “Alf.”

There was one fan swooning a bit too hard for the handsome fellas. (Seven-Channel)

There, Dan didn’t interrupt.

“When one fan wrote: “Shout out to my Big fan, Grandson Junior.


Then Dan returned, very sweetly, “You look too young to have a grandson! What’s up with Junior??!!”

Another fan posted, “Tonight was such a wonderful episode! Best wishes from sunny Boston Bay and Port Lincoln.”

To which Dan replied: “I miss Dock! My jam is Tunarama!”

Consider it a fan page for Dan now. (Seven-Channel)

Clearly, Dan is one of the most modest stars we’ve ever seen, so actors don’t really take the time to respond to their fans.

It has yet to be decided just how long his character Heath will last on the show, but his presence has been called a “guest spot,” which, unfortunately, most definitely means not long.

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