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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Janys Chambers, produced by Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Brian Morgan. 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
Jarvis Skelton Richard Moore
NO EPISODE SUNDAY 20TH JUNE 2004
Does Edna survive a night in a ditch?
Zoe has an awkward meal as Scott’s date at Viv and Bob’s.
Cain puts the kibosh on Debbie’s travel ambitions.
Edna is found lying in a ditch following the hit and run
There is instant concern when Len (Peter Martin) finds Tootsie alone. Knowing that Edna (Shirley Stelfox) never goes anywhere without her beloved dog, he raises the alarm. Before long her friends are frantically searching for their neighbour.
When Tootsie begins barking ferociously, guilty Sam (James Hooton) runs off claiming he is feeling ill. The small dog leads them to Edna lying motionless in a ditch. As Jarvis dashes off to call an ambulance, shameless Shadrach (Andy Devine) steals £40 from the victim’s purse.
Paramedics and police arrive on the scene and after a broken wing mirror is found in the ditch, they confirm that it looks like a hit and run.
Later, in the hospital, a frightened Edna wakes up to the news that she has badly broken her hip.
Meanwhile, a melancholy Sam sits in the Dingles’ barn, distraught by what he has done and terrified he will go to prison. Will the dopey Dingle confess?
Elsewhere, Cain (Jeff Hordley) infuriates Debbie (Charley Webb) when he dismisses the idea of her going to France. However, her mood is lifted as Niamh (Tracey Moore) bids farewell to Ethan (Liam O’Brien) before returning to Africa.