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Episode: 3894 - Thursday 11th November 2004
Daz publicly accuses Steph of trying to kill her father

ITV1 Network 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM

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Steph plans begin to unravel, which spells danger for Alan.
Chloe begins to realise what Jimmy thinks of her.
Rodney goes on a recruitment drive.


Steph (Lorraine Chase) waltzes into the café and Daz (Luke Tittensor) venomously accuses her of trying to kill her father. Ashley (John Middleton) and Emily (Kate McGregor) try their hardest to remain neutral, but become increasingly concerned when Steph adamantly refuses to let them visit Turner (Richard Thorp).

In the Café Daz accuses Steph of trying to kill Alan

Daz heads to the B&B and when he finds Steph’s stash of pills he thinks he has stuck gold and puts them in his pocket before heading upstairs to see Turner.

As Daz tries to help Turner out of bed to escape he is interrupted by Steph and quickly hides. Steph tells her father that she will decide his fate, pointing out that she got rid of Shelly and can do the same to him.

Steph leaves the room to take a phone call and Daz quickly comes out of hiding to assure Turner that he will get help. However, Steph returns and on seeing Daz she hauls him into the cellar. Daz makes his escape, but can he rescue Turner in time?

Over at the Kings' office, Jimmy (Nick Miles) gives Chloe (Amy Nuttall) his undivided attention. Sadie (Patsy Kensit) comes in to visit her husband and it becomes clear to Chloe that Mr and Mrs King are experiencing marital problems.

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Daz tries to convince Emily that Steph is trying to kill Alan. Emily concedes that she’s very worried about him. From the shop they hear Ashley say hello to Steph as she comes into the café. Ashley reminds Steph that he wants to visit Alan. Steph insists that Alan is too sick to see anyone. Daz blurts out that Steph is trying to kill her father and has tied him to the bed. Steph tells Emily and Ashley that Daz is being ridiculous. Ashley tells Steph that if they could see Alan for themselves it would make things a lot clearer.
Convinced that Alan’s situation is desperate Daz breaks into the B&B and searches for the pills Steph has been using to poison Alan. Finding the pills Daz attempts to get Alan up. Meanwhile Steph takes the deeds for the house to Matthew King. Matthew tells Steph that because his father’s known Alan for a long time he’d like to offer her more money for the property and buy her a drink to keep things neighbourly. At the Woolpack Tom is shocked to hear of Alan’s decline and tells Steph that he’d like to see Alan before the deal is finalised.
Steph returns to the B&B and finds her dad sprawled on the floor. She realises that Daz has been with him and searches for him. Emily rings the doorbell and Steph tells her bluntly to leave her and her father alone. Steph returns to Alan and Daz is shocked by what he hears as Steph tells Alan how he’s never loved her. She tells her father that all she’s ever wanted is for him to care for her but instead she’s always chosen someone else over her. Menacingly she tells her father that she has the power now, the power to decide whether he lives or dies.
Once Steph has left the room Daz comes out of his hiding place and tells Alan that he’s going to cal the police. Steph catches him on the stairs. She tells him that he’s going in the cellar and by the time he comes out she’ll be long gone. Daz breaks free and gets out the front door just as Tom and Matthew King arrive on the doorstep. Steph tells the Kings that she’ll give them a call about seeing Alan. Steph returns to Alan and tells him ominously that it’s time to go.
Chloe’s computer crashes and Jimmy offers to try and fix it, saying I can’t have my favourite employee getting upset. Jimmy’s IT skills are negligible and he is soon enjoying another tête-à-tête with his favourite employee. Sadie walks in on their cosy chat and demands to have a private word with her husband. Jimmy offers to buy his wife a new horse. Sadie is not impressed and suggests that they have dinner. She remarks pointedly that she will leave him to his work as she leaves.
Zoe tells Sadie about her plans for expanding the estate. Sadie puts in a good word for Sam. Zoe goes for a drink with Callum who warns Zak about poaching. Zak tells him that there’s no way one man can cover every acre of the estate. Zoe tells Callum he could keep a better eye on things if he had help and suggests Sam because he could tip Callum off about Zak’s whereabouts. Sam is delighted to be offered the job. Zak is also pleased as he realises that Sam’s job could be ‘our ticket to unlimited supplies of pheasant and trout’.



Darren Eden Luke Tittensor
Emily Kirk Kate McGregor
Carl King Tom Lister
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Ashley Thomas John Middleton
Steph Stokes Lorraine Chase
Zoe Tate Leah Bracknell
Callum Rennie Andrew Whipp
Jimmy King Nick Miles
Sadie King Patsy Kensit
Matthew King Matt Healy

Sam Dingle James Hooton
Alan Turner Richard Thorp
Rodney Blackstock Patrick Mower
Danny Daggert Cleveland Campbell
Betty Eagleton Paula Tilbrook
Tom King Ken Farrington
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Nicola Blackstock Nicola Wheeler
Zak Dingle Steve Halliwell

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Lyons, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Tracey Rooney. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.

Special Thanks to Matt Dutton/Tracey Whitton at the ITV Picture Desk Leeds

Emmerdale.org would also like to thank Michele Fawcett from Emmerdale for the Production Credits.

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