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Episode (#3726) --- Thursday 29th April 2004

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Episode: 3726


This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Paul Quiney, 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.


Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Cad King Tom Lister
Tom King Ken Farrington
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Jimmy King Nick Miles
Matthew King Matt Healy
Danny Daggert Cleveland Campbell
Sydney Woolfe Nathan Gladwell
Zoe Tate Leah Bracknell
Scott Windsor Ben Freeman
Diane Blackstock Elizabeth Estensen
Marlon Dingle Mark Charnock
Simon Meredith Dale Meeks
Len Reynolds Peter Martin
Lisa Dingle Jane Cox
Cain Dingle Jeff Hordley

THURSDAY 29 APRIL 2004 7.00 – 7.30PM ITV1

Review :-
Charity confesses to Chas that she has her sights set on new man in the village.
A lonely Zoe is surprised to find herself attracted to an unlikely "friend".
Danny offers Syd a solution to his cash flow problems.

Zoe and baby Christopher at home

Zoe takes baby Christopher home from hospital.

Charity (Emma Atkins) revels in delight as she wakes up at Holdgate Farm and gets a taste of her old life back by enjoying a luxurious breakfast with Tom King (Ken Farrington). However, not everyone is keen on her staying overnight and protective Jimmy (Nick Miles) makes it clear to his dad that he doesn’t approve.

Having overheard the exchange between father and son, Charity later asks Chas (Lucy Pargeter) if she wants to find a place to live together. Fed up with the overcrowding at the Dingles’, Chas agrees.

Later, Zoe (Leah Bracknell) spots Charity while driving home from the hospital with baby Christopher. She is fiercely protective of Christopher but can’t help spitefully commenting that she’s noticed Charity is trying to get her claws into the new village millionaire.

Quick to retort, Charity takes a bitter snipe at Zoe, telling her she is just sad and pathetic. The cold comment really hits a nerve with Zoe, and she is again forced to acknowledge her loneliness.

At Home Farm, Scott (Ben Freeman) attempts to comfort her as she breaks down in tears. Scott reminds her that he’s there for her, but that she keeps pushing him away. Zoe begins to realise how much he means to her and later she tells him she couldn’t cope without him in her life.

ITV.COM A Millionaire's Breakfast Thursday 29.04.04
Charity enjoys breakfast with Tom.
Having spent the night at Holdgate Farm Charity is delighted when Tom asks his guest to join him for a spot of breakfast. Jimmy is not happy about his father’s breakfast arrangements. As Jimmy complains to his father about how untrustworthy he thinks Charity is she walks into the room and announces that she has a room at the B&B and won’t be taking up anymore of their time. Tom continues to show concern for Charity and gives her the afternoon off to move her things to the B&B. Later Tom berates Jimmy for his mistrust of Charity.
Charity and Zoe come face to face
Seeing Zoe returning from hospital with baby Christopher Charity asks to see how her son is. Zoe bites off more than she can chew when she remarks that she has noticed that Charity is trying to get her claws into the new village millionaire. Charity lets Zoe have it with both barrels and leaves her feeling depressed when she tells her that she is just a sad lonely woman. Later Zoe snaps at Scott and pushes him away, later she tells him how lonely she is and admits that she is happy to have him around.
Matt & Carl in the background while Chas and Charity talk in the foreground.  The setting, The Woolpack.
In the Woolpack Charity seeks out Charity and asks her whether she would like to get somewhere to live together. Chas is surprised to learn that she’s not moving into Holdgate Farm and is not having an affair with Matthew King as Cain believes. Chas is shocked when she works out that it is Tom who is the King in Charity’s life. Charity outlines her master plan to Chas telling her that she believes she can make Tom fall for her.

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