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22 November 2004

Episode: 3885 - Monday 1st November 2004

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Episode: 3885


This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Sarah Bagshaw, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Tim O’Mara. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Carl King Tom Lister
Louise Appleton Emily Symons
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Andy Sugden Kelvin Fletcher
Darren Eden Luke Tittensor
Debbie Dingle Charley Webb
Victoria Sugden Hannah Midgley
Katie Sugden Sammy Winward
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Tom King Ken Farrington
Sadie King Patsy Kensit
Jarvis Skelton Richard Moore
Zak Dingle Steve Halliwell
Sam Dingle James Hooton
Lisa Dingle Jane Cox
Luke Dingle Dean McGonagle
Marlon Dingle Mark Charnock
Donna Windsor Verity Rushworth
Mathew Dingle Cillian Golden
Mark Dingle Cormac Golden
Robert Sugden Karl Davies
Edna Birch Shirley Stelfox
Cain Dingle Jeff Hordley


ITV1 Network Monday 1 November 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM

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Chloe feigns sympathy when Carl fails to make it up to Chas and they split for good.

Andy worries as Cain begins to put pressure on Debbie.

Sadie fishes for dirt on Charity.




Chas is devastated as Carl gives her the cold shoulder

Chas (Lucy Pargeter) wakes up at the Woolpack feeling depressed after the events the previous day. However, after a visit to the Dingles' she feels more positive, having been advised by Lisa (Jane Cox) to fight for her man.

Chas goes over to Dale View to see Carl (Tom Lister) but despite her grovelling he is unwilling to listen. Desperate to make amends, Chas even apologies to Chloe (Amy Nuttall) but this isn’t enough for Carl and, realising she’s fighting a losing battle, Chas leaves, a broken woman.

That evening Chas is working behind the bar when Carl and Chloe walk in. Unable to control her emotions she storms out leaving landlady Louise (Emily Symons) furious. Is Chas and Carl’s relationship beyond repair?

Over at the Post Office, Donna (Verity Rushworth) sees what a rough time Marlon (Mark Charnock) is having with the kids and offers to help him out. Donna proves a hit with the children and Marlon is clearly impressed. Could Marlon be seeing Donna in a new light?


Elsewhere, Cain (Jeff Hordley) is livid when he sees Debbie (Charley Webb) waving to a couple of boys as she gets off the school bus and he instantly lays into her. Later on, Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) questions Debbie about the tension between her and Cain, clearly concerned that things may be getting out of hand.

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Chas wakes up in the Woolpack with a hangover from hell. Louise informs her that she spent the evening downing a whole bottle of tequila and ranting about Carl. Louise is not happy when she dashes off to see him. Carl is in no mood to accept her apology and asks whether she’s apologising for threatening Chloe or upsetting his dad. Carl tells Chas that he doesn’t want to be with someone who doesn’t trust him. Chloe comes in and Carl forces Chas to apologise to her. Chas says that she'll get her things and go. Carl replies that that would be for the best.
Chas goes to see Lisa in floods of tears and tells her that it’s over with Carl. Carl goes to see Tom at the office and tells his father that it’s over. Chloe smiles as she eavesdrops on their conversation. That evening Carl goes to the pub with Chloe and Chas runs out in tears and goes back to see Lisa. Lisa tells her that she doesn’t understand what’s happened because she always thought her and Carl were so well suited. Back at the pub Carl tells Chloe that he thinks he’s been too hard on Chas. Chloe tells Carl that he must relieved it's over though.
Daz skives off school and goes poking around the village. Spotting Edna’s door open he sneaks into her house and tries on her hat and coat. He beats a hasty retreat when he hears her coming. When the school bus returns to the village he pretends that he’s just got off it. Cain is waiting for Debbie and has a go at her for saying goodbye to some lads getting off the bus. Back at the farm Debbie asks Cain for pocket money and he refuses. They have a nasty row and when they leave Daz tells Andy he’s sick of the rowing.
Donna spends the day helping Marlon look after Lilith’s kids. While Marlon is teaching the kids the finer points of making a Victoria sponge they get a visit from Edna who tells Marlon that she is concerned for the welfare of the children. Donna comes to Marlon’s rescue and tells Edna that she is helping Marlon to look after the kids and will be looking after them while Marlon is at work. Marlon is grateful to Donna and when she’s gone Luke tells his uncle that he should get married to Donna.
Sadie is up to her old tricks again and offers to help Charity choose a wedding dress. Sadie gets the hump when Charity tells her that she has already arranged the food with Marlon. Wanting her own way Sadie buys Sam a pint and pumps him for information about how close Marlon and Charity are. When Tom comes into the pub Sadie tells him that she thinks it’s a bit much getting your ex to do the catering at your wedding. She goes on to tell Tom about the rumours that Marlon could have been Noah’s father.

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