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This episode of
EMMERDALE is written by Stephen Bennett, produced by Kathleen
Beedles and directed by Brian Morgan. 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
Pearl Ladderbanks Meg Johnson
A depressed Len can’t help but reveal Pearl’s secrets to Edna. With Siobhan moving it doesn’t
take Chloe long to find herself new lodgings. Zoe shuts out the rest of the world from Home Farm.
Edna (Shirley Stelfox) worries about Len (Peter Martin) when she hears he has been arguing with Pearl (Meg Johnson) and decides to pay him a visit. Needing to talk, Len reluctantly confides in her about Pearl’s son, leaving Edna aghast.
Having had time to think, Len gives Pearl some flowers and asks her if they can start afresh, explaining that Edna put him right. Pearl is horrified that he has spoken about her son and fears it’s only a matter of time before the news spreads around the village.
Over at Home Farm, Scott (Ben Freeman) arrives to collect Jean (Meg Pearson) but is frustrated to find Zoe (Leah Bracknelll) has forgotten their arrangement and refuses to let him take her. Zoe then criticises the nanny again before telling her she can manage on her own for the day. She unplugs the phone and stops Joseph (Oliver Young) from leaving the room, insisting that they must stay there together.
Meanwhile, Matthew (Matt Healy) is pleased to agree a completion date for Siobhan’s cottage, and Tom (Ken Farrington) is relieved as it means seeing the back of Carl (Tom Lister) and a bit more space at Holdgate Farm.
Carl later overhears that Chloe (Amy Nuttall) is soon to be evicted and invites her to rent with him. Thrilled Chloe agrees, flirting outrageously.