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Episode (#3667) ---20th February 2004

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Episode: 3667

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Taylor, 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.



Aaron Livesy Danny Webb
Siobhan Marsden Abigail Fisher
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Terry Woods Billy Hartman
Dawn Woods .lulia Mallam
Shadrach Dingle Andy Devine
Zak Dingle Steve Halliwell
Lisa Dingle .lane Cox
Sam Dingle .lames Hooton
Zoe Tare Leah Bracknell
ScoE Windsor Ben Freeman
Diane Blackstock Elizabeth Estensen
Carl Tom Lister
Louise Appleton Emily Symons
Pearl Ladderbanks Meg .lohnson
Laurel Ports Charlotte Bellamy
Nicola Blackstock Nicola Wheeler
.larvis Skelton Richard Moore
Steph Stokes Lorraine Chase
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Ashley Thomas .lohn Middleton



Date: Friday 20 February Time: 7:00pm to 7:30pm

Subtitled, Widescreen, Audio-described

Chas's efforts to bond with Aaron backfire. The feud between Scott and the Dingles rages on. And Terry's start at Home Farm is shaky.

Airing on the ITV1 Network

Chas loses her temper with son Aaron and slaps him across the face

From YTV EMMERDALE Friday 20 February 2004 at 7.00pm on ITV1 Network Chas (LUCY PARGETER) lives to regret lashing out at Aaron (DANIEL WEBB).

Chas (Lucy Pargeter) is keen to keep her son Aaron (Daniel Webb) entertained, having finally sorted out their differences. Determined to prove her status as domestic goddess, Chas decides to bake him a cake.

After several catastrophes in the kitchen, Chas vents her anger when Aaron wanders in, clearly unimpressed by her efforts. An argument ensues and Chas is deeply offended when Aaron rejects her as his real mother. She loses her rag and slaps him across the face.

Aaron cries out in shock and Chas is immediately regretful, but her son runs off just as Louise (Emily Symons) enters and sees what has happened.

Scott (Ben Freeman) convinces Zoe (Leah Bracknell) to make Carl (Tom Lister) manager of Tate Haulage, although she is not convinced he is up to the job. Scott later offers him the position, including benefits of free accommodation in the village.

Little does Scott know that on the first day on the job, Carl is up to no good behind their backs, as he rifles through the filing cabinets when no one is looking. What are the new employee’s motives?

Elsewhere in the village, the locals begin to prepare the Woolpack for Laurel’s (Charlotte Bellamy) leaving do. A raucous night of karaoke is planned to give the dizzy cleaner the send off she deserves.

ITV.COM Motherly Love Friday 20.02.04
Aaron begins to warm to Chas but things go down hill rapidly after she hears him on the phone to his dad, describing her a ‘nutter’, who’s not as good as Sandra. Trying too hard to impress Aaron Chas attempts to bake him a cake. Things don’t go well in the kitchen at first but she eventually cracks it and Aaron’s phone conversation is the last thing she needs to hear as she takes the cake to show him. Hurt by Aaron’s remark about Sandra Chas argues with Aaron and slaps him when he tells her she’ll never be his mother. To make matters worse Louise walks in just as it happens.
Scott convinces Zoe to make Carl manager of Tate Haulage, despite her reservations about his ability to do the job. Carl doesn’t mess about. On his first day in the job, as soon as Scott and Zoe’s backs are turned, he rifles through the filing cabinets. It looks as if he’s up to a spot of industrial espionage. Short on patience as usual Zoe is frustrated with Scott’s failure to nip the problem with the Dingles in the bud. It hasn’t dawned on either of them yet that there could be somebody else behind the problems affecting the business.
Lisa ‘pushes the right buttons’ and Zak shows up for work at the factory. Despite reservations that he’ll be a ‘disruptive influence’ Stephanie says she’ll give him a week’s trial. Lisa tries to help Chas out with her problems with Aaron, but finds it difficult to get through to her while Chas remains convinced that she doesn’t know how to be a mother. Chas returns to work at The Woolpack and it looks like there’s trouble brewing as Louise is still very disapproving of the way Chas deals with Aaron.


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