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Episode (#3727) --- Friday 30th April 2004

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Episode: 3727

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Janys Chambers, 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.



Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Tom King Ken Farrington
Scott Windsor Ben Freeman
Zoe Tate Leah Bracknell
Simon Meredith Dale Meeks
Marlon Dingle Mark Charnock
Len Reynolds Peter Martin
Danny Daggert Cleveland Campbell
Sydney Woolfe Nathan Gladwell
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Carl King Tom Lister
Sara Hawkins Loveday Smith
Jimmy King Nick Miles
Matthew King Matt Healy
Eric Pollard Christopher Chittell
Paddy Kirk Dominic Brunt
Emily Kirk Kate McGregor
Rodney Blackstock Patrick Mower
Alan Turner Richard Thorp
Diane Blackstock Elizabeth Estensen
Edna Birch Shirley Stelfox
]arvis Skelton Richard Moore

FRIDAY 30 APRIL 2004 7.00 to 7.30 PM ITV1

Review :-
Zoe is shocked when she makes a drunken pass at someone close to her.
Jimmy, Matthew and Carl are concerned when they realise Charity has her eye on Tom.
Syd and Danny clash over the suitability of their new and provocative flatmate.

Scott and Zoe share a lingering kiss.

Scott and Zoe share a lingering kiss.

At Home Farm, Zoe (Leah Bracknell) hosts a dinner party. After one too many drinks, she becomes tipsy and attracted to one of the female guests, but is embarrassed when she is promptly knocked back.

Ashamed of her needy behaviour, Zoe confides in Paddy (Dominic Brunt), telling him she is destined to be a spinster for the rest of her life. Kind-hearted Paddy tries to reassure his friend.

Scott and Zoe share a lingering kiss.

After most of the guests have left, Zoe and Scott (Ben Freeman) sit together quietly and she asks him if he would like to be Christopher’s godfather. He agrees and as she rests her head on his shoulder there is a moment between them. Zoe slides her hand onto his knee and they share a long lingering kiss.

Scott and Zoe share a lingering kiss.

When Paddy walks in, they jump apart and Zoe rushes upstairs to see to Jean (Meg Pearson) who has started to cry. Paddy confronts Scott angrily, assuming that he was trying to take advantage of Zoe. Scott is adamant that it was Zoe who made a move on him.

Elsewhere, the Kings continue to plan the party of the year, in the hope that it will win the locals over, following their opposition to the development of the cricket pitch. Charity (Emma Atkins) has a brainwave, suggesting they hold the party under the guise of Tom’s (Ken Farrington) 65th birthday so as not to raise suspicions.

Feisty Chas (Lucy Pargeter) finally gives in to Carl’s (Tom Lister) powers of persuasion and agrees to go on a date with him. Having played hard to get so far, it doesn’t take long before they’re on very familiar terms, having sunk several pints in the Woolpack.

ITV.COM I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry Friday 30.04.04
Zoe tries to chat a woman who turns out to be straight
Zoe finds herself feeling lonelier than ever after she makes a pass at a woman during the Chamber of Commerce dinner party at Home Farm. Unfortunately for Zoe the woman is straight. Drunk and sorry for herself Zoe tells Paddy that she is frightened of spending the rest of her life alone. Later, as the guests leave, Zoe asks Scott to be Christopherís godfather. She tells him how much she really appreciates him and as they kiss Paddy walks in. As Zoe goes to see Jean, who has woken up, Paddy confronts Scott and accuses him of taking advantage of Zoe.
Charity and Tom
Charity continues to make herself useful to the Kings by suggesting they say that the party for the villagers is to celebrate Tomís 65th birthday. When Tom mentions the reason for the party at the Chamber of Commerce dinner party Eric Pollard sees through the ruse and suggests that he thought the party would be an attempt to gain public approval for the development of the cricket pitch. When Charity spreads the word about Tomís birthday it is greeted with cynicism in the Woolpack too.
Chas & Carl fool around
After Chas runs into Carl and his two kids at the farm, they talk about how awful they feel they are at being parents. Chas agrees to meet Carl later for a drink. Before meeting up with Carl Chas overhears Danny and Syd discussing the fact that theyíve moved in together. With a little help from Diane, who helpfully tells the lads that Chas used to work as a stripper, the lads agree to let her move in. Chas and Carl get drunk in the Woolpack and stagger back to Holdgate Farm together.

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