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Friday 5th March 2004
THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED
This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Taylor, produced by Tim Key / Kathleen Beedles and directed by Dan Wilson. The executive producer is Keith Richardson for ITV1.
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Zak Dingle Steve Halliwell
Friday 5 March 7.00 to
7.30 pm ITV1 & Monday 8 March 9.25 to 9.55 am ITV2
Having lost the refuse contract to the Kings, Zoe (Leah Bracknell) is left with a redundant fleet of rubbish trucks and is furious when her rivals smugly offer to buy them from her.
Later Zoe calms down and realises she has no further use for the vehicles and agrees to the sale, but demands an obscenely high price. She is shocked when the Kings agree and she strikes a deal.
Having placed his trust in Carl (Tom Lister) and been made to look like a fool, Scott (Ben Freeman) has not taken to Carl’s family connections well.
When Carl offers his apologies in the Woolpack, Scott loses his rag and punches Carl in the face. Jimmy (Nick Miles) is quick to jump in and pull Scott off his younger brother.
Meanwhile, the menu on offer at the Woolpack has taken a turn for the worse, and it has not gone unnoticed. Still in mourning for Tricia (Sheree Murphy), chef Marlon (Mark Charnock) has been moping around the kitchen and the food is becoming slowly inedible.
Elsewhere in the village, Steph (Lorraine Chase) still hasn’t managed to restore any law and order in the factory and refuses to reinstate Zak, which causes even more uproar.