3892 - Tuesday 9th November 2004
Zoe returns to the village
Network Tuesday 9 November 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Viv lets loose her wrath on Bob for his part in Dawn
going to the police.
Steph’s chuffed when Matthew puts in an offer to buy the B & B.
Sadie takes a tumble on Zoe’s return.
Bob (Tony Audenshaw) tries to talk to Viv (Deena Payne) but she refuses
to listen. When he turns up at work, Louise (Emily Symons) and Chas
(Lucy Pargeter) are shocked to see the usual joker in such a sombre
Later on, Bob makes another attempt to put things right with his wife,
but Viv refuses to budge and insists on blaming Dawn (Julia Mallam)
for Scott’s (Ben Freeman) arrest. Bob defends his daughter and
tells Viv some home truths about her beloved son before storming out.
Could the couple’s loyalty towards their children see their marriage
hit the rocks?
Meanwhile, Daz (Luke Tittensor) sneaks into the B&B for a second
time and when he unlocks Turner’s (Richard Thorp) bedroom door
he is shocked to see a very frail looking Alan. Daz is concerned as
Turner rambles nonsense, but when he spots Steph from the window he
quickly leaves, promising Turner that he’ll be back.
Elsewhere, Zoe (Leah Bracknell) returns to the village to find that
Sadie’s (Patsy Kensit) horse has been injured. After examining
the stallion she breaks the news to a distraught Sadie that her beloved
animal will have to be put down.
||Bob attempts to explain to Viv that Scott only has himself
to blame. Viv is still furious with him and the couple have a
very nasty row in the shop. Bob is outraged when Viv calls Dawn
a slapper and blames her for Terry’s stroke. Bob tells
Viv that she’s slandering his daughter. Viv accuses him
of slandering Scott. Bob points out to his wife that the truth
is not slander and Scott deserves whatever is coming to him.
Bob storms out of the shop shouting that he wants to get as far
away from Viv as possible.
||Zoe is delighted when she returns to the village and finds
Jean with Donna in the café. She is appalled when Donna
explains that she’s looking after Jean because Scott is
appearing in court. When Scott returns from court Donna lets
him know that Zoe is not pleased with him. Viv has a go at Donna
for telling Zoe what happened with Frank. Scott gets a frosty
reception in the Woolpack. He demands to know what he’s
done wrong. Chas says nothing apart from dumping your best mate
in trouble and forcing your girlfriend to lie for you.
||Steph has an appointment with Mr Bedford, an estate agent.
She tells him that she wants to sell the B&B in a hurry.
Mr Bedford insists on talking to Alan. Steph takes him up to
Alan’s room. Alan comes round and mutters something unintelligible.
Mr Bedford realises that Alan is in no fit state to talk to him
and suggests discussing matters with Steph downstairs. Mr Bedford
tells Steph that he may know some potential cash buyers and heads
over to the Woolpack. Matthew King is in the pub and says that
he’d be interested in buying the property.
||Daz lets himself into the B&B again. He finds Alan in bed
and pokes him because he looks as if he may be dead. When Alan
stirs he is very emotional and begins to tell Daz that Shelly
was his reason for living. Daz sees Steph coming from the window
and does a runner. He tells Alan that he’ll come back to
see him before making his escape.
||Jimmy confronts Sadie in the stable with a bunch of flowers
with a message attached that reads 'To my darling Jimmy, the
most wonderful husband in the world'. He tells his wife that
she obviously bought the for Zoe’s benefit to give her
the impression that everything is fine between them. Jimmy is
outraged when Sadie tells him that she’s moved his things
back into her bedroom. Exasperated Jimmy chucks the flowers at
Sadie and startles her horse, Legacy. The horse kicks out and
gashes its leg. Jimmy storms as Sadie phones Paddy in a panic.
||Zoe hears the commotion coming from the stable and goes to
see what’s going on. She looks at the horse’s leg
and her prognosis is grim. She tells Sadie that Legacy will have
to be put down. After calling Paddy Zoe joins Sadie in the house.
Sadie tells Zoe that Jimmy was ranting and raving and startled
the horse. Twisting things to her advantage Sadie confides in
Zoe that she won’t be letting Jimmy sleep in their bed
tonight. She shocks Zoe by saying that if she had a gun she’d
||At the King’s office Jimmy tells Carl about the incident
with the horse and admits that there’s a lot to be said
for being young free and single. Carl says that he may not be
single for much longer because Chloe practically ripped his boxers
off in the pub. Carl notices Jimmy’s jealousy and reminds
him he’s unhappily married. When Chloe returns Jimmy asks
whether her shopping trip was for his brother’s benefit.
He tells her she can do a lot better than Carl. She asks whether
he’s making a serious offer and Jimmy looks embarrassed.
CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Taylor, 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.
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Dawn Woods Julia Mallam
Viv Hope Deena Payne
Donna Windsor Verity Rushworth
Zoe Tate Leah Bracknell
Steph Stokes Lorraine Chase
Aubrey Bedford Richard Mullins
Darren Eden Luke Tittensor
Ashley Thomas John Middleton
Alan Turner Richard Thorp
Jimmy King Nick Miles
Sadie King Patsy Kensit
Louise Appleton Emily Symons
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Sydney Woolfe Nathan Gladwell
Sam Dingle James Hooton
Carl King Tom Lister
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Matthew King Matt Healy
Scott Windsor Ben Freeman
Thanks to Matt Dutton/Tracey Whitton at the ITV Picture Desk
Emmerdale.org would also like to thank Michele
Fawcett from Emmerdale
the Production Credits