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Episode: 3841 - Friday 10th September 2004

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Episode: 3841


This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Paul Quiney, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Tim O’Mara. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Rodney Blackstock Patrick Mower
Steph Stokes Lorraine Chase
Danny Daggert Cleveland Campbell
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Carl King Tom Lister
Val Lambert Charlie Hardwick
Donna Windsor Verity Rushworth
Len Reynolds Peter Martin
Jarvis Skelton Richard Moore
Diane Blackstock Elizabeth Estensen
Louise Appleton Emily Symons
Robert Sugden Karl Davies
Katie Sugden Sammy Winward
Pearl Ladderbanks Meg Johnson
Jack Sugden Clive Hornby
Alan Turner Richard Thorp
Nicola Blackstock Nicola Wheeler
Paul Lambert Mathew Bose


ITV1 Network Friday 10 September 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Review :-

Chloe starts a plan to keep a roof over her head and bag her man.

Steph resolves to play the dutiful daughter.

Val’s stunned when her son Paul turns up in the village.


Val gets a shock her son Paul turns up

Chloe (Amy Nuttall) secretly types a letter and places it on the doormat of Dale View cottage. She later feigns horror as she opens the letter and reluctantly lets Chas (Lucy Pargeter) read it.

Chas is outraged to see her friend has been sent a poison pen letter. Carl (Tom Lister) offers to call the police, but Chloe rips it up, claiming she can deal with it herself.



Meanwhile, over at the B & B Steph (Lorraine Chase) takes a call from Shelly (Carolyn Pickles) who is hoping to speak to Turner (Richard Thorp). Steph bluntly tells her that he isn’t home and deliberately fails to let her father know about the call.

That evening, Turner is restless and Steph gives him more pills insisting they will help him sleep. As he becomes groggy she strokes his hair telling him he’ll need her now more than ever.

Meanwhile, Val (Charlie Hardwick) gets a shock when her son Paul (Mathew Bose) turns up at the Woolpack. She is clearly ill at ease, particularly when Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) invites him to stay with her at Mill Cottage. Diane (Elizabeth Estensen) laughs at Louise (Emily Symons) when she fails to notice Paul is gay, thinking it is pretty obvious.
ITV.COM Woe Is Me Friday 10.09.04
Chloe comes up with another ruse to win some more sympathy from her new friend Chas. During the day she comes back to Dale View and leaves a letter on the mat. When she returns home from work Chas mentions the letter and Chloe opens the letter and gasps with shock at the content of the letter. She shows Chas the poison pen letter. Carl suggests that they take the letter to the police, but Chloe angrily rips the letter up saying that she will deal with it her way.
Steph continues to keep Alanís friends at arms length. She tells Rodney that the doctor has insisted that Alan gets a complete rest. Later in the day Steph takes a call from Shelly and tells her that Alan is not at home. She tells Alan that the call wasnít anything important. In the evening Steph takes it upon herself to up the dosage of Alanís medication. As he dozes off Steph tells him that he hurt in the past and now he is going to have to rely on her more than ever.
As Jack and Diane despair of Valís attempts to organise their wedding for them Diane hits upon a plan to get Val off their backs. She calls Valís son Paul in the hope that he can keep his mother in check. Val is shocked to see her son and it is apparent that there is no love lost between mother and son. Paul is not exactly a chip off the old block. Gay and sophisticated and used to living la dolce vita in Italy Paul is chalk to Valís cheese. Val is not happy when Nicola suggests that Paul comes to stay at Mill Cottage.
Pearl tells Len that her son Frankís parole officer called and his parole is dependent on whether everything is in place for his release. What this boils down to is does he have a place to stay upon release. Pearl is delighted when Len says that he will think about Frank staying there. Len disappoints Pearl when he tells her that he cannot allow a rapist to live under his roof. He tells her that although he loves her and wants to support her this is one thing he cannot do.

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