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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Stephen Bennett, produced by Tim Key and Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Di Patrick. 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
WEDNESDAY 7 APRIL 2004 7.00 – 7.30PM ITV1
Robert tells Katie he wants them to be together for good.
As they work at the garage, Robert (Karl Davies) asks Len (Peter Martin) how it is possible for two people to be in love with each other but still be miserable. Robert is horrified when he looks up to see Donna (Verity Rushworth) has overheard and assumes that he is referring to her.
Meanwhile, Katie (Sammy Winward) is determined to make her marriage work and tells Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) that she supports him in buying the farm. The couple decide to take a raunchy shower together, but when Robert walks in on them wrapped in a towel Katie is left feeling guilty.
Later, Robert grabs Katie and kisses her before insisting that he wants them to be together for good. Will Katie succumb to his charm yet again?
Elsewhere, Diane (Elizabeth Estensen) confronts Rodney (Patrick Mower) about his past relationship with Val (Charlie Hardwick). He tells her that he can’t justify his actions but has always regretted what happened. Diane smashes a valuable vase before leaving.
In the village, Len (Peter Martin) and Pearl (Meg Johnson) realise that rumours are rife that Edna’s (Shirley Stelfox) grandmother was a prostitute. They decide to confess all to Edna who claims it is a scandalous lie. Jarvis (Richard Moore) explains there’s evidence on the Internet, but Edna is disgusted and storms off.