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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Sarah Bagshaw, produced by Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Duncan Foster. 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
]ack Sugden Clive Hornby
WEDNESDAY 21 APRIL 2004 7.00 TO 7.30PM ITV1
Jack confronts Robert and Katie about their affair.
Jack (Clive Hornby) is furious having discovered Robert (Karl Davies) and Katie’s (Sammy Winward) infidelity and is livid when Victoria (Hannah Midgley) admits she hasn’t been speaking because she was scared of what Robert would do to her.
As Robert enters the house, outraged Jack instinctively punches him across the face and demands an explanation. Robert insists that he never meant to hurt Victoria and lies that the kiss with Katie was a one-off.
Katie later gives the same story but pleads with Jack not to tell Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) about the kiss. Jack reluctantly agrees, on the condition that Robert moves back in with him and that he and Katie are never left alone together. Will Jack be able to keep them apart and save Andy’s feelings?
Charity (Emma Atkins) panics about Debbie’s (Charley Webb) whereabouts but shortly afterwards Zoe (Leah Bracknell) turns up having found Debbie at the hospital looking at Noah. Zoe insists Debbie never go back to the hospital again. Upset, Debbie goes to see Ethan (Liam O’Brien) and confides in him about her problems.
Meanwhile, Jarvis (Richard Moore) gathers the troops for a protest meeting against the King’s building development and overhears Danny (Cleveland Campbell) commenting to Rodney (Patrick Mower) about being two-faced. On learning that Rodney had previously bid to buy the cricket pitch, Jarvis persuades him to agree to fund the protest group’s activities.