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Episode (#3688) --- Tuesday 16th March 2004

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Episode: 3688


This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Lesley Clare O’Neill, produced by Tim Key and Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Oliver Horsbrugh. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Sydney Woolfe Nathan Gladwell
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Danny Daggert Cleveland Campbell
Rodney Blackstock Patrick Mower
Nicola Blackstock Nicola Wheeler
Dawn Woods 3ulia Mallam
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Paddy Kirk Dominic Brunt
Simon Meredith Dale Reeks
Viv Hope Deena Payne
Paul Marsden Matthew Booth
Siobhan Marsden Abigail Fisher
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Val Lambert Charlie Hardwick
Man at Bus Stop Peter Owen
Scott Windsor Ben Freeman
Terry Woods Billy Hartman
Emily Kirk Kate McGregor

TUESDAY 16 MARCH 7.00 - 7.30 pm ITV1

Chloe pushes Syd and their relationship to breaking point and tars Syd as a wifebeater in the process.
Is the game up for Dawn when Bob closes in on her guilty secret?
Val plays Danny off against Rodney.

Siobhan and Paul comfort Chloe

Chloe lets her friends believe that Syd has hit her

Chloe (Amy Nuttall) is furious to find Syd (Nathan Gladwell) drinking with Chas (Lucy Pargeter) again, and a ferocious argument breaks out.

When the row later continues at home, angry Syd loses control and throws a pan of food against the wall, screaming out in frustration.

Chloe flees the house and arrives at Paul (Matthew Booth) and Siobhan’s (Abigail Fisher), where she leads them to believe that Syd has just hit her. Shortly afterwards Syd is mortified when Paul won’t let him in the house, believing Chloe might be in danger.

Meanwhile, Bob (Tony Audenshaw) is feeling uncomfortable with the amount of time Scott is spending with his daughter, unaware that Dawn’s (Julia Mallam) feelings appear to be mutual.

Bob’s worries increase when Dawn admits to him that although she loves Terry (Billy Hartman), sometimes she thinks about walking away. Bob is saddened by the realisation that Dawn’s marriage is on the rocks.

Promiscuous Val (Charlie Hardwick) rolls out of bed with Danny (Cleveland Campbell) to attend a date with Rodney (Patrick Mower). How long will it take before her relationship moonlighting is discovered?

ITV.COM The End Of The Road Tuesday 16.03.04
Siobhan, Paul, Chloe
When Syd overhears Chloe joking to Danny that men need to be trained like dogs and she’s got Syd well trained, Syd decides enough is enough and tells her that it’s over. When Chloe goes after Syd and sees him with Chas she is furious. Chloe confronts them in the pub and demands that Syd comes home. Syd is not in the mood for Chloe’s insults and drops a plate of food on the floor in frustration. Chloe storms off to Paul and Siobhan’s, where she leads them to believe that Syd has hit her. When Syd arrives he is mortified to discover what Chloe has told them.
Danny and Val
Val is certainly on a roll, not only does she spend the afternoon in bed with Danny, she even finds time to chat up a man at the bus stop while waiting for Rodney, who is taking her out to dinner again. When Danny suggests that they tell Rodney about their relationship Val says they should keep things under wraps because it would make Rodney feel his age if he thought he had been passed over for a younger man, she doesn’t tell Danny that she’s off out with Rodney again that evening though…
Bob, Dawn and TJ
It’s the morning after the night before and Bob is disturbed to find Dawn with a hangover from her drinking session the night before. He wants answers and Dawn admits that she is attracted to Scott and sometimes feels like walking out on Terry because things have been so difficult. That evening in the pub Bob warns Scott to stay away from his daughter, but not before Scott informs Bob that it wasn’t him who made all the running.

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