1-15 October 2004

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ITV1 Network Friday 1 October 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
ITV2 Monday 4 October 9:25 AM to 9:55 AM


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Chloe is thrilled when Chas punches Colleen
Chloe (Amy Nuttall) goes to the pub and hands Chas (Lucy Pargeter) the letter. Automatically assuming it is from Colleen (Melanie Ash), Chas is furious and when Chloe not so innocently mentions that Colleen is at the office she storms off to confront her.

Tom (Ken Farrington) and Matthew (Matt Healy) try to calm Chas down as she hurls abuse at Colleen, but Chas is unable to contain her anger and punches Colleen to the ground. Later Chas regrets her behaviour, fearing Carl’s (Tom Lister) reaction when he returns from holiday.

Meanwhile Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) and Debbie (Charley Webb) get a fright when they are lying in bed together and hear a door slam downstairs. Fearing Cain (Jeff Hordley) will catch them, Debbie quickly escapes out of the window.

Cain is later suspicious when he gets a call from Debbie’s teacher to say she hasn’t been turning up for school. How long can they keep their affair a secret?

Over at the Dingle’s, Shadrach (Andy Devine) tells Zak (Steve Halliwell) and Lisa (Jane Cox) that he is leaving, following Zak’s practical joke the previous day. Feeling terrible, Lisa (Jane Cox) insists Zak does something and he reluctantly tells Shadrach that he belongs with them. Shadrach is pleased with himself and settles back into Zak’s chair!

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Janys Chambers, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Tracey Rooney. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


EMMERDALE

ITV1 Network Sunday 3 October 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM

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Has Chas cost Carl access to his children?
Carl (Tom Lister) is livid when he returns from holiday to find Chas (Lucy Pargeter) has given his ex-wife a black eye. He does everything he can to appease Colleen (Melanie Ash), but she insists they start divorce proceedings and is adamant that he cannot see his kids while he is with his aggressive girlfriend.

Chas desperately tries to convince Carl that she was provoked and shows him the letters as evidence. He refuses to believe Colleen would stoop so low and, after a ferocious row, he sleeps on the sofa, leaving Chloe (Amy Nuttall) delighted at the chaos she has caused.

Elsewhere, Cain (Jeff Hordley) warns Debbie (Charley Webb) against skipping school but she is dismissive of his threats and spends the afternoon rolling in the hay with Andy (Kelvin Fletcher). She later decides to keep her father on side by suggesting they spend the evening together at the pictures.

Meanwhile, Scott (Ben Freeman) admits to Syd (Nathan Gladwell) that he can’t take another day of living under the same roof as his nagging mother. He goes to see Dawn (Julia Mallam) and begs her to let him lodge at her house. She eventually agrees and Scott is over the moon.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Janys Chambers, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.

Monday 4 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Chloe (Amy Nuttall) finds out that the King brothers are planning a lads’ night out and dolls herself up with the intention of accidentally bumping into them.

Later at the Woolpack, Chas (Lucy Pargeter) can’t believe her eyes when Carl (Tom Lister) stumbles in with the feisty redhead on his arm. Chloe makes a show of pulling away from him and insists to Chas she has got nothing to worry about. But with Chloe determined to cause trouble, how long can Chas hold on to her man?

Over at Butler’s farm, Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) takes a call from Debbie’s teacher and warns her that it’s only a matter of time before Cain (Jeff Hordley) discovers that she has been skipping school. They come up with a plan for Andy to ring the school impersonating Cain, hoping this will avoid further calls. But how long will it be before Debbie’s lies catch up with her?

Meanwhile, Terry (Billy Hartman) convinces Louise (Emily Symons) to go jogging with him to help him train for a forthcoming charity race. Louise suggests that perhaps he should call his doctor beforehand but Terry assures her there is no need.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Lisa Holdsworth, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Tuesday 5 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Cain (Jeff Hordley) becomes suspicious about Debbie’s (Charley Webb) whereabouts but Daz (Luke Tittensor) covers for her by claiming that she has a meeting at the church. Cain later checks his story with Ashley (John Middleton) and is furious to learn that Debbie has not been to the church for weeks.

Later that day, Cain has a face like thunder as he demands that Debbie tell him where she has been. Catching Daz’s warning glance, she admits she didn’t go to school but claims she has been at the church. Cain doesn’t let on he that knows otherwise, but Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) is left terrified of the consequences should Cain discover the truth.

Over at Connelton View, Dawn (Julia Mallam) blushes when she bumps into Scott (Ben Freeman) wearing just his boxer short. Despite her embarrassment, she can’t help but feel moved as she sees what a great dad he is to Jean (Meg Pearson).

Later, Terry (Billy Hartman) is furious to discover that Scott is Dawn’s new housemate. She does her best to convince him that she feels nothing for Scott, but that evening she is unable to resist her new lodger and finds herself on the sofa and kissing him passionately.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Lisa Holdsworth, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Wednesday 6 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Hot on Debbie’s (Charley Webb) trail, Cain (Jeff Hordley) drives her to the bus stop in the morning and is waiting for her when she returns after school. He suggests they go into Hotten but wanting to spend time with Andy (Kelvin Fletcher), Debbie lies that she has a meeting at the church.

Debbie heads off to the barn to steal some time with Andy, unaware of Cain’s suspicions. Once she has left, Cain frantically searches the barn and is livid when he finds a packet of condoms.

After a passionate session with Andy in the back of his Land Rover, Debbie returns home oblivious to what awaits her. Will Cain be able to control his temper after making such a shocking discovering?

Elsewhere, Chloe (Amy Nuttall) is up to her usual tricks and manages to wangle herself an invite to an awards ceremony with the King family after accidentally on purpose booking an extra hotel room.

Meanwhile, Sam (James Hooton) is miserable when Matthew (Matt Healy) refuses to give him back his old job and tries to cheer himself up by going fishing. Things go from bad to worse when an angry Rennie (Andrew Whip) catches him and decides to teach him a lesson by locking him in a shed. Luckily for Sam, Sadie (Patsy Kensit) is on hand to free the terrified Dingle.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Chris Thompson, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Thursday 7 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

With Cain (Jeff Hordley) on the rampage, a petrified Debbie (Charley Webb) runs from her father and hides behind Daz (Luke Tittensor). Assuming he is involved, Cain slams the young boy against the wall and threatens to kill him. Debbie insists Daz is innocent and Cain tears the house apart looking for further clues.

Cain calls his daughter a common little tart and mocks her hypocritical obsession with the church. When Debbie defends Ethan (Liam O’Brien), Cain jumps to the wrong conclusion and, in spite of Debbie’s pleas, races off in search of the curate.

Cain finds Ethan and follows him into the church. Terrified, Ethan turns to face Cain who punches him in the face and drags him across the floor to the altar. Ethan admits he has prayed for forgiveness and Cain takes this as confirmation that he slept with Debbie. Could Cain’s overprotective behaviour prove fatal for Ethan?

Elsewhere, Viv (Deena Payne) is furious when a local news reporter tells her that Frank is due to be released from prison the following week. However she is unaware that his release date has been brought forward because of leaked information and he will be arriving in the village the following day!

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Chris Thompson, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Friday 8 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Cain (Jeff Hordley) is furious when he catches Debbie (Charley Webb) trying to call Ethan (Liam O’Brien) and takes away her phone, promising that she won’t be seeing him ever again.

Meanwhile Ethan is forced to tell Ashley (John Middleton) the story behind his bruising, confessing that Cain believes he and Debbie shared more than a kiss and has threatened to kill him if he doesn’t leave the village immediately.

Cain can’t believe his eyes when he spots Ethan’s car and, realising he has ignored the threat, smashes up the car before proceeding to punch Ethan to the ground in full view of stunned locals.

Debbie arrives on the scene and agrees to go home with her father. She desperately tries to convince Cain that Ethan did nothing wrong but his blood boils at the thought of her growing up like her mother and he smacks her across the face.

Cain is instantly remorseful as his terrified daughter cowers away. With tears in his eyes, Cain begs her to forgive him, promising that from now on he will do his best to be a proper dad to her. Will Debbie ever forgive her father for the suffering he has caused?

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Tim Dynevor, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.

EMMERDALE

ITV1 Network Sunday 10 October 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM

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There is uproar when Frank Bernard arrives in the village
Viv (Deena Payne) and Donna (Verity Rushworth) are charmed by Frank (Rob Parry) as they serve him in the post office, unaware that he is the convicted rapist they are campaigning to keep out of the village.

Frank later enjoys mingling with the locals in the Woolpack until Louise (Emily Symons) asks his name. Realising that he is Pearl’s (Meg Johnson) son, there is uproar amongst the villagers and Syd (Nathan Gladwell) and Scott (Ben Freeman) quickly remove him from the pub.

Elsewhere, Zak (Steve Halliwell) is appalled when he sees Debbie’s (Charley Webb) bruised face. She lies that it happened while she was messing around with Daz, but realising there is more to it Zak threatens Cain (Jeff Hordley) that if he ever touches her again he’ll have him to deal with.

Later Debbie sees Ethan (Liam O’Brien) and apologises for what happened, promising that Cain will leave him alone now. Still uncertain of what the future holds, Ethan decides to go away for a while.

Meanwhile, Paul (Mathew Bose) suggests to Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) and Simon (Dale Meeks) that they all go out for a Sunday lunch, courtesy of Thelma Louise’s credit card. They invite Rodney (Patrick Mower) but wanting to visit Diane in hospital he claims to have already made plans.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Marc Peirson, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Pip Short. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.

Monday 11 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Viv (Deena Payne) organises a community action meeting which descends into chaos as the locals vocalise their feelings about sharing the village with a convicted rapist.

Back at Jacobs Fold, Len (Peter Martin) jumps up when there is a hammering at the door and is horrified when their window is smashed seconds later. Incensed Len marches outside to find protesting villagers at their door. Is this just the beginning of the torment Pearl (Meg Johnson) and Len are set to endure?

Meanwhile, Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) accuses Rodney (Patrick Mower) of having been miserable ever since the wedding. Determined to prove his daughter is wrong, he agrees to organise a men only poker night. Nicola later tells Paul (Mathew Bose), but he is convinced that he won’t be invited.

Elsewhere, Debbie (Charley Webb) tells Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) she would rather they end their relationship than risk the consequences of her dad finding out. Andy is annoyed that she suddenly seems to be taking Cain’s (Jeff Hordley) side but she explains it is best for everyone. Andy is left quietly licking his wounds.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Stephen Bennett produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Pip Short. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Tuesday 12 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Dawn (Julia Mallam) makes it clear to Scott (Ben Freeman) that she does not approve of mob mentality and is shocked when he condones the smashing of Pearl’s (Meg Johnson) window.

Later Len (Peter Martin) admits to Scott that he suspects he was responsible for last night’s attack on the house and tells him to stick his job. Len’s frustration grows when he sees Jarvis (Richard Moore) and Syd (Nathan Gladwell) patrolling outside the house, obviously keeping watch on Frank’s (Rob Parry) whereabouts. Is this the end to life as Pearl and Len know it?

Meanwhile, Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) asks Rodney (Patrick Mower) about the poker game in front of Paul (Mathew Bose), giving him no option but to invite his son. The night becomes tense as the father and son prove competitive. Rodney ups the stakes but is furious when Paul lets him win, claiming it is just a game.

Elsewhere, Jack (Clive Hornby) and Robert (Karl Davies) do their best to take care of Diane (Elizabeth Estensen) but she snaps and tells them both to just leave her alone. Later Jack suggests they go for a walk together but feeling self-conscious of her appearance and her stoma Diane declines.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Stephen Bennett, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Pip Short. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Wednesday 13 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Louise (Emily Symons) plans a welcome home party for Diane (Elizabeth Estensen), but when Jack (Clive Hornby) mentions it to his wife she is instantly dismissive. Paul (Mathew Bose) manages to sway his aunty Diane when he insists she either get her dancing shoes on or head for an early grave.

Paul brightens up the evening as he performs his famous drag act, but when he ends his performance with a remark about his father, an outraged Rodney storms out of the pub. Paul follows him out only to be told by Rodney that there is no room in his life for a son and that he doesn’t want to know him.

Over at the factory, Pollard (Chris Chittell) gets a shock when trading standards pay him a visit claiming they believe counterfeit goods are being manufactured. He quickly insists that he knows nothing about the handbags and they will have to speak to his business partner. Panic stricken Steph (Lorraine Chase) insists that there must have been a misunderstanding.

Elsewhere, Frank (Rob Parry) worries that if his probation officer hears about the hostile reaction from the neighbours he will suggest that he move on. Pearl (Meg Johnson) feels for her son and agrees with Len (Peter Martin) that they will lie that everything is fine.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Lyons, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Pip Short. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Thursday 14 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) gives Rodney (Patrick Mower) a hard time for his lack of interest in Paul (Mathew Bose) and isn’t convinced by his claim that it has nothing to do with Paul being gay.

Nicola later begs her brother not to leave the village and suggests he try talking to Rodney one more time. Paul goes to see him but their discussion ends in yet another argument and Paul bluntly tells Rodney that he didn’t ask to be his son but he should deal with it.

Over at the factory, Steph (Lorraine Chase) attempts to sort out the problem with trading standards and tells Pollard (Chris Chittell) that the longest stretch they could get is three years inside. Uncomforted, Pollard decides to tell his solicitor that Steph has duped him.

Meanwhile, Emily (Kate McGregor) sits with Turner (Richard Thorp) and is concerned to find out that Turner (Richard Thorp) has taken more than his recommended daily dosage of pills. She is also bemused when he rambles incomprehensively about Shelly (Carolyn Pickles). How long will it be before Steph’s treacherous treatment is uncovered?

Elsewhere, Donna (Verity Rushworth) takes a delivery of rape alarms at the post office and feels uncomfortable when Frank (Rob Parry) pleasantly smiles at her from the bus stop.

Over at Jacobs Fold, Len (Peter Martin) and Pearl (Meg Johnson) are comforted when Diane (Elizabeth Estensen) pays them a visit assuring them they are welcome in the Woolpack.

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


Friday 15 October 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Steph (Lorraine Chase) is annoyed when Turner (Richard Thorp) refuses to take his pills, but believes she has won when he pops them in his mouth. Steph is unaware that as she turns her back he defiantly spits them into the bin.

Turner later manages to get out of bed and is horrified when he looks out of the window to see Steph selling his beloved motorbike. When Turner confronts her she panics and pretends to cry, claiming that the B&B is going under and she was desperate.

Steph goes to get him a drink promising to tell him everything on her return. Before coming back she spikes his drink with pills and before long he is too drowsy to talk. As he falls asleep, she quietly warns him that he will be going the same way Shelly did if he doesn’t watch it. Will Steph really carry out her threats?

Meanwhile, Paul (Mathew Bose) gets a shock when Rodney (Patrick Mower) turns up at the pub and invites him for lunch. Rodney pays Marlon (Mark Charnock) to cook for them and goes to town with an expensive bottle of wine. Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) is thrilled he is making the effort but Paul feels uncomfortable. How will Paul react when Rodney spends the entire time talking about himself?

Over at the Dingles', Zak (Steve Halliwell) asks Sam (James Hooton) to help him organise a Dingle shindig and claims he doesn’t mind that Sam has invited Solomon Dingle, given that he helped him out in prison. Will Solomon prove to be a troublesome party guest?

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Andrew Kirk, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Pip Short. 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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