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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Lyons, produced by Tim Key and Kathleen Beedles and directed by Alan Wareing. 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
Robert Sugden Karl Davies
FRIDAY 2 APRIL 2004 7.00 to 7.30pm ITV1
Terry calls the police when Dawn tries to leave the country with TJ.
Dawn (Julia Mallam) and Terry’s (Billy Hartman) arguing escalates out of control as they row bitterly over their son. Dawn is determined to take baby TJ back to Spain with her, but Terry will not let him go without a fight.
Refusing to compromise, Dawn insists their marriage is over and that there is nothing he can do to stop them from leaving. Terry immediately seeks legal advice and is pleased to learn she cannot take their baby without his consent.
But his threats fall on deaf ears as Dawn prepares to leave. Worried that he may never see his son again, Terry has no option but to call the police.
As the authorities arrive on the scene and prevent Dawn from leaving for the airport, she is furious and screams at Terry that she is never going to let him get his hands on their son.
Val (Charlie Hardwick) is finally forced to choose between her two men. Having kept both on the go for different reasons, will she go for her toy-boy Danny (Cleveland Campbell) or mature millionaire Rodney (Patrick Mower)?
Elsewhere in the village, Scott (Ben Freeman) and Robert (Karl Davies) agree to go into business together and strike a deal that gives Robert partnership in the garage.