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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Mark Illis, 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
Terry Woods Billy Hartman
It’s upset all round when Terry and Dawn discover the outcome of TJs custody hearing.
Edna’s certain Pearl’s up to something with the mysterious Frank Bernard.
Laurel has a hard time at work and at home.
Terry is ready to slate Dawn but cannot bring himself to criticise her ability as a mother. Instead, he emotionally begs the court to give him the chance to be a part of his son’s life. Terry is crushed as the judge awards sole residency to Dawn despite his plea.
Feeling terrible, Dawn goes to see her estranged husband and thanks him for not telling the court about the move to Spain. After she leaves, Terry weeps in despair at having lost his son.
Meanwhile, Ashley (John Middleton) worries that Laurel (Charlotte Bellamy) is taking on too much as she rushes around looking after the B&B as well as her work at the factory. As Ethan (Liam O’Brien) tells Laurel about Niamh’s (Tracey Moore) job and how she saves lives on a daily basis, Laurel begins to feel a bit inadequate in comparison.
At the factory, Pollard (Chris Chittell) is furious when he picks up one of the handbags before the glue is dry, and it gets stuck to his hand. The workers laugh hysterically as he is forced to go to casualty to have it removed.
Later, back at the office Pollard rants to Steph (Lorraine Chase) and she pacifies him by reminding him how much profit they will make, providing they keep wages at rock bottom. They are unaware the tannoy has been left on and furious staff threaten to walk out unless they receive a commission on every bag produced.