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Production Credits :-
Sunday 7th March 2004
THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED
This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Andrew Kirk, produced by Tim Key and Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Haldane Duncan.
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Marlon Dingle Mark Charnock
ITV1 Network Sunday 7 March 7:00
PM to 7:30 PM
Main Cast List
Lisa reports Marlon missing to the police
Paddy (Dominic Brunt) later finds a disconsolate Marlon sulking at the cricket pavilion and tells his friend that time is a great healer.
Feeling claustrophobic at the crowded Dingles, Marlon later packs his bags and tells Sam (James Hooton) he is going to see Mandy (Lisa Riley) for a while before heading off into the unknown.
Zoe (Leah Bracknell) vents her anger on Scott (Ben Freeman) when he is late to pick up Jean (Meg Pearson). Busy with Tate affairs, and with Terry (Billy Hartman) out of action, she admits she will have to take on an assistant.
Scott later suggests the job to Dawn (Julia Mallam) over a family meal at Viv’s (Deena Payne). Dawn is uncomfortable as downhearted Terry insists she doesn’t need to work. Angry, Dawn points out that they need the cash, as Terry has been too embarrassed to claim sick benefit. Suddenly the family meal takes a frosty turn and Terry storms out. Scott apologises for causing a row, but Dawn insists he was just being helpful and appreciates his offer, telling him she’ll start in the morning.
Elsewhere in the village, Jack (Clive Hornby) is concerned about Andy’s (Kelvin Fletcher) relentless workload at the farm and suggests Robert (Karl Davies) help out for a while. Katie (Sammy Winward) is concerned when she hears about this, as his permanent presence is a little too close for comfort.