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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Peter Kerry, produced by Tim Key and Kathleen Beedles, 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.
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Sam Dingle ]ames Hooton
TUESDAY 30 MARCH 2004 7.00 to 7.30 pm ITV1
Scott is kidnapped by the Dingles.
Having given up her job and been lumbered with screaming TJ again, Dawn (Julia Mallam) is quickly bored, and her thoughts turn to Scott (Ben Freeman).
When he conveniently calls round to drop off her wages, the sexual tension between them is rife. Scott invites her to meet him later that afternoon and it’s clear they both have one thing in mind.
Later, an immaculate Dawn nervously goes to meet Scott but feels utterly humiliated and deflated when he fails to show.
Meanwhile, the Dingles’ revenge plans for Scott unwind as they ambush him in his car while he waits patiently for Dawn. He is quickly bundled into the back of a van with a sack over his head and screams out in terror.
After a long journey begging the Dingles to let him go, the van finally reaches its destination. Cain (Jeff Hordley) and Zak (Steve Halliwell) frog-march petrified Scott to a stone tower they have built on the cricket pitch. As they leave, they smugly inform him he is on a famous cliff edge popular with suicide jumpers. Horrified Scott is left swaying on the rock structure, thinking that he could plunge to his death at any moment.
Elsewhere in the village, Debbie (Charley Webb) is delighted to hear
that Charity (Emma Atkins) may soon be released, as Zoe (Leah Bracknell)
has agreed to change her testimony.