Created 14th October 2004
3842 - Sunday 12th September 2004
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Production Credits :-
THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED
This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Paul Quiney, produced by Kathleen
Beedles and directed by Tony Prescotta. The executive producer is
Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire
Television production for ITV1.
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Rodney Blackstock Patrick Mower
Paul Lambert Mathew Bose
Nicola Blackstock Nicola Wheeler
Val Lambert Charlie Hardwick
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Carl King Tom Lister
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Diane Blackstock Elizabeth Estensen
Louise Appleton Emily Symons
Marlon Dingle Mark Charnock
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Tom King Ken Farrington
Debbie Jones Charley Webb
Darren Eden Luke Tittensor
Colleen King Melanie Ash
ITV1 Network Sunday 12 September 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Diane’s cancer leaves Val terrified
that she will lose her sister.
Chloe is delighted when she manipulates Chas
to stand up for her.
Debbie misses church to keep Andy company.
Val confesses that
she is terrified of losing Diane
Bride-to-be Diane (Elizabeth Estensen) tells
nephew Paul (Mathew Bose) that Val (Charlie Hardwick) is driving
her potty and asks him to keep them apart until the wedding.
Also can he help keep Val from interfering in the organisation
of her wedding.
Diane tells Paul that he must adopt a softly softly approach
Val arrives in the Woolpack and decides that she needs to
make sure that everyone knows what they are doing on the wedding
When no one steps in to tell Val that she is doing too much
Paul decides to bring things to a head by insisting that
Diane tells Val straight that her help is not wanted. He
then takes the direct approach and tells his mother that
her interfering is not appreciated.
Feeling furious and h umiliated Val follows Diane into the
back room and the sisters have a major falling out.
Bob walks in on the sisters while they are at each other’s
throats and when Bob agrees with Diane that Val has been
a bit over the top with her wedding planning Val takes revenge
by vindictively blurting out to a stunned Bob (Tony Audenshaw)
that Diane has cancer. Val explains that the reason she’s
done so much is because of Diane's cancer.
Bob is unable to keep the shocking news to himself and confides
in Marlon (Mark Charnock) about the illness.
Diane is raging that Val has betrayed her trust and the
sisters have a ferocious row. Diane is livid and calls her
sister a selfish despicable unfeeling woman. Val can’t take
anymore and bursts into tears. Diane is stopped in her tracks
and the sisters make up. Val confesses to Diane that she
is terrified of losing her and the pair comfort one another.
Over at Dale View, Chloe (Amy Nuttall) answers the door
to Colleen (Melanie Ash) with the kids in tow whom she has
brought to see their dad. Chloe is unable to
wake Carl (Tom Lister) and a frustrated Colleen tells her she’ll
return at nine the following day..
After being rude to Chloe about dragging her heels over moving
out Carl apologises to his housemate. Chloe is in no mood to
forgive and forget and seizes an opportunity to make life difficult
When Carl gets up Chloe tells him
that Colleen said she'd come back the following day at two
in the afternoon.
||Elsewhere, Debbie is upset when Daz tells her that Cain has
gone away for a week. She complains to Andy that Cain had promised
to buy her a new outfit for Jack and Diane’s wedding and that
now she’ll look ‘minging’. Andy tells her that life is like that
and that as he won’t be going to the wedding she’ll have to stay
there with him. After meeting Diane’s nephew in the Woolpack
and having to explain that he won’t be at the wedding Andy is
feeling down and apologises to Debbie. The pair commiserate over
a cup of tea.