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Episode (#3666) ---19th February 2004

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Main title
EMMERDALE

Episode: 3666

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Paul Quiney, produced by Tim Key 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.


Cast

IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE

Robert Sugden Karl Davies
Donna Windsor Verity Rushworth
Len Reynolds Peter Martin
Scott Windsor Ben Freeman
Carl Tom Lister
Lisa Dingle Jane Cox
Zak Dingle , Steve Halliwell
Aaron Livesy Danny Webb
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Diane Blackstock Elizabeth Estensen
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Nicola Blackstock Nicola Wheeler
Laurel Potts Charlotte Bellamy
Pearl Ladderbanks Meg Johnson
Zoe Tate Leah Bracknell
Dawn Woods .lulia Mallam
Terry Woods Billy Hartman
Viv Hope Deena Payne
Ashley Thomas John Middleton
Officer Kirkby James McLean
Officer Price Liam Fox
Louise Appleton Emily Symons
Jack Sugden Clive Hornby
Sam Dingle ]ames Hooton
Jimmy Nick Miles

 



EMMERDALE

Date: Thursday 19 February Time: 7:00pm to 7:30pm

Subtitled, Widescreen, Audio-described

Review
Scott struggles to keep Tate Trash on the road after another vicious sabotage. Chas struggles to entertain Aaron.

Airing on the ITV1 Network


The Tate empire begins to fall apart under Scott's reign, but who is responsible?

From YTV EMMERDALE Thursday 19th February 2004 at 7.00pm on ITV1 Network Scott (BEN FREEMAN) is quick on the scene finding new driver Carl King (TOM LISTER) bruised after being run off the road.

The Tate empire is under strain despite Scott’s (Ben Freeman) management efforts. To add to his troubles, he receives a phone call from the police concerning a road rage incident. Scott is shocked to hear that a Tate truck has been run off the road and rushes to the scene. He is concerned to find new driver Carl (Tom Lister) bloody and bruised at the vehicle’s side.

Unfortunately for the police Carl is unable to identify the person who ran him off the road but Scott has a good idea and tells the police his suspicions about the Dingles. The police are quick to investigate but left flummoxed when Zak (Steve Halliwell) has a solid alibi.

Meanwhile Robert (Karl Davies) is disconsolate, but determined to get on with his life. He asks Jack (Clive Hornby) if he can get his hands on his trust fund, with a view to making Scott an offer of partnership at the garage.

With all the turbulence at Home Farm, Zoe (Leah Bracknell) is in a fluster when she bumps into Terry (Billy Hartman) in the village. He can tell she is stressed and offers to return to work, despite her suggestion that he take more time off to recover from his stroke.


ITV.COM A Cast-Iron Alibi Thursday 19.02.04
Carl and Scott
Scott is under pressure from Zoe to stop the Dingles disrupting business for the Tate empire, but things go from bad to worse when a Tate truck is run off the road. New driver Carl is bloody and bruised, but all he knows is that he was run off the road by a bit of a ‘rust bucket’. Scott immediately sees Zak’s hand in this, but when he arrives at the Dingles, with the police in tow, they discover the Dingle van up on blocks and Zak has a cast-iron alibi, for once. New driver Carl, however, is not all he appears to be, as he meets a shady looking character in a lay by after leaving Zoe and Scott in the pub…
Terry and Zoe
With all the turbulence at Home Farm, Zoe is in a fluster when she bumps into Terry in the village. He can tell she is stressed and offers to return to work, despite her suggestion that he take more time off to recover from his stroke. Dawn is less than delighted when Terry tells her he starts back at work tomorrow. Not only is she worried about his health, she was looking forward to doing a few hours work in the café as a way out getting out the house and contributing something to the family coffers.
Robert
Meanwhile Robert is disconsolate following Katie's marriage to his brother, but determined to get on with his life. He asks Jack if he can get his hands on his trust fund, with a view to making Scott an offer of partnership at the garage. When Robert tells Scott he has a tidy some at his disposal which he would like to invest in the business Scott makes light of Robert’s proposal, telling him he should travel and spend the money on ‘foreign birds and cheap tequila’.

 

 

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