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Finished 21 July 2004

Episode (#3782) --- Monday 5th July 2004

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Episode: 3782


This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Lisa Holdsworth, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Duncan Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Carl King Tom Lister
Matthew King Matt Healy
Siobhan Marsden Abigail Fisher
Paul Marsden Matthew Booth
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Tom King Ken Farrington
Rodney Blackstock Patrick Mower
Simon Meredith Dale Meeks
Nicola Blackstock Nicola Wheeler
Jean Hope Julie Higginson
Dawn Woods Julia Mallam
Cain Dingle Jeff Hordley
Viv Hope Deena Payne
Terry Woods Billy Hartman
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Sadie King Patsy Kensit
Diane Blackstock Elizabeth Estensen
Lesley Meredith Sherrie Hewson
Jimmy King Nick Miles

ITV1 Network Monday 5 July 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
ITV2 Tuesday 6 July 9:55 AM to 10:25 AM

Review :-
Chas counts the cost of her cheeky antics as Carl slips from her grasp.

Sadie keeps her enemy close by offering to organise Tom and Charity's engagement party.

Viv's put out by the arrival of Dawn's mum, Jean.


Carl (Tom Lister) is stressed as he awaits delivery of the letter that Chas (Lucy Pargeter) has sent to his dad with the Polaroid photos. To make matters worse, as Paul (Matthew Booth) arrives with the mail, Matthew (Matt Healy) snatches the envelope and decides to keep them as a hold over Carl.

Chas is still in the doghouse over the incident and her subsequent bad temper leads to a row with Diane (Elizabeth Estensen). She tries to apologise to Carl but her words fall on deaf ears.

Later Chas drowns her sorrows at the Woolpack having realised how much he means to her. Can the pair re-kindle their romance?

Sadie keeps her enemy close by

Meanwhile Charity (Emma Atkins) starts to move her belongings into Holdgate Farm. Refusing to be beaten, Sadie (Patsy Kensit) decides to turn on the charm by announcing that she has begun organising their engagement party.

Elsewhere Dawn’s (Julia Mallam) mum Jean (Julie Higginson) arrives in the village but has nowhere to stay and Nicola (Nicola Wheller) attempts to cook a gourmet meal to impress Simon (Dale Meeks) and his mum Lesley (Sherrie Hewson).


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Determined to avoid more trouble with his dad Carl waits for Paul to deliver the post in the hope that he can retrieve the saucy snaps of Chas before Tom sees them. Unfortunately Carl’s hopes are dashed when Paul arrives and Matthew swipes the envelope from him and opens it. Matthew decides to keep the photos to ensure that Carl does some work for a change. Carl’s day gets worse when Tom runs into Paul in the pub and makes Carl apologise to him for giving him a black eye.
Preoccupied after falling out with Carl Chas ignores the customers in the Woolpack and Diane lets her go and see Carl. Her attempt to apologise does not go to plan and her suggestion that they nip off in Carl’s car and find a quiet lay-by somewhere does not go down at all well. Carl tells her that she has to calm done because he doesn’t want to any more trouble from his family. Chas storms off and orders a treble vodka in the Woolpack. Charity tells her she shouldn’t let her pride get in the way and should admit that she’s fallen for Carl.
When Tom finds Charity walking around Holdgate Farm wearing only one of his old shirts she jokes that she’d be able to walk around with a lot less on if they had the place to themselves. Then, ever so casually, of course, she asks whether Jimmy and Sadie have had any luck with their house hunting? When Tom suggests that she move a few things into his room she returns to Pear Tree Cottage and gathers up all her worldly goods determined to leave as little room as possible at her fiancé’s house for her future daughter-in-law.
Nicola’s attempts to impress Simon’s mother end in ruins when super snide Lesley tells Nicola that if she wants to keep Simon she has to loosen up and show him a good time in the bedroom. Nicola tells Lesley that she has no problems in the bedroom department and tells Lesley exactly what she thinks of her. When Lesley has gone Nicola is mortified but Simon tells her to see the funny side and tells her that at least his mother won’t take her for a limp lettuce anymore.
When Dawn’s mother Jean turns up in the village she claims that she expected Dawn to book her in at the B&B, Dawn tells her this wasn’t the case. Jean insists that Dawn will have to ask Viv and Bob whether she can stay with them. Viv says absolutely no way but Bob says as long as there’s no fighting she can stay. Viv insists Jean will be staying for one night only.

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