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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Lyons, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Oliver Horsbrugh. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Sam Dingle James Hooton
Terry’s terrified when Dawn comes back from holiday without Baby TJ.
Sam’s court day’s arrived. Will he go down for knocking over Edna?
Andy struggles alone with the harvest.
Terry (Billy Hartman) excitedly decorates his house with balloons and banners in anticipation of Dawn (Jullia Mallam) and TJ’s (Alfie Mortimer) return from Spain. He is devastated when Dawn returns without the baby explaining he caught a cold and would be better off staying with her mother for a few days.
After an argument with her estranged husband Dawn confides in Bob (Tony Audenshaw) that if she gets sole custody of TJ at the hearing she plans to move back to Spain to make a fresh start.
Over at the Dingle’s, Lisa (Jane Cox) attempts to teach Sam (James Hooton) some basic self-defence in preparation for his time in prison and assures him there is bound to be a relative inside who will keep an eye out for him.
As they are about to leave for court, Cain (Jeff Hordley) appears and Sam decides to practise his self-defence. He catches Cain with a lucky punch as Lisa watches in horror. Will Cain retaliate?
After the hearing, Zak (Steve Halliwell) is devastated when he discovers Sam has been sentenced to four months imprisonment and is upset he has missed him. Cain hatches a plan and with Andy’s (Kelvin Fletcher) help they manage to block off the road with a combine so that Zak can give Sam some words of encouragement through the window of the prison van.
Elsewhere, Daz (Luke Tittensor) makes the mistake of admitting to Cain that he fancies Debbie (Charley Webb). The protective father warns Daz that he will break both his legs if he goes anywhere near her.
Meanwhile, Andy struggles to make ends meet and with Callum (Andrew Whipp) chasing the farm rent he begins to worry.