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This episode of EMMERDALE is written Bill Lyons, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Duncan Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.
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Andy Sugden Kelvin Fletcher
The battle lines are drawn as Terry and Dawn have very different opinions about the future of their son.
Guilty of hurting Donna, Marlon decides it's time to play cupid.
Andy struggles to deal with his father's rejection.
Terry is devastated when Dawn refuses to agree to joint custody.
Dawn (Julia Mallam) and Terry (Billy Hartman) continue to battle over TJ’s custody. Dawn remains adamant that she should have sole custody, while Terry wants joint. However, Dawn is quick to point out he wasn’t capable of tying his own shoe lace six months ago never mind looking after a baby.
Once again Terry is left deflated, realising that the age difference between him and Dawn has finally driven them apart.
Meanwhile, Paddy (Dominic Brunt) takes great delight in teasing Marlon (Mark Charnock) about Donna’s (Verity Rushworth) infatuation. Unnerved by her advances, Marlon knows he’s going to have to let her down gently.
But when Donna refuses to give him any space and ends up helping him out in the kitchen, it is all too much for Marlon and he tells her he wouldn’t go out with her if she was the last girl in the world, leaving Donna mortified.
Meanwhile the police call round to see Andy at Butlers Farm. They are frustrated as they inform him that Jack’s statement corroborated their story and they have insufficient evidence to prove intent to murder.
However it is obvious they don’t believe the shooting was an accident and try one last time to get Andy to confess, asking him is there is anything he would like to get off his chest. Andy is sickened by the truth, but tells the police he has nothing further to add.