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Episode: 3843 - Monday 13th September 2004

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EMMERDALE

Episode: 3843

THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Tim Dynevor by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Tim O’Mara or more likely Tony Prescott. 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

Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Val Lambert Charlie Hardwick
Diane Blackstock Elizabeth Estensen
Robert Sugden Karl Davies
Victoria Sugden Hannah Midgley
Jack Sugden Clive Hornby
Andy Sugden Kelvin Fletcher
Katie Sugden Sammy Winward
Carl King Tom Lister
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Paul Lambert Mathew Bose
Nicola Blackstock Nicola Wheeler
Colleen King Melanie Ash
Rodney Blackstock Patrick Mower
Debbie Jones Charley Webb
Ethan Blake Liam O’Brien
Edna Birch Shirley Stelfox
Darren Eden Luke Tittensor
Jimmy King Nick Miles
Sadie King Patsy Kensit

Monday 13 September 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Review :-

Chloe, Chas and Carl’s threesome enrages Carl’s wife, Colleen.

Protecting Diane, Jack lashes out at Daz.

Debbie and Andy grow closer.

Chloe (Amy Nuttall) is dressed in a skimpy nightdress ready for Colleen’s (Melanie Ash) early morning visit, and is pleased that Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Carl (Tom Lister) are also inappropriately dressed.

Chloe gets up early and goes out to buy bacon and eggs . When she returns she changes into a skimpy nightdress and cooks a big fry-up for Carl and Chas.

Chloe (Amy Nuttall) is dressed in a skimpy nightdress ready for Colleen’s (Melanie Ash) early morning visit, and is pleased that Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Carl (Tom Lister) are also inappropriately dressed.

 

 

Right on cue,as they sit down to breakfast Colleen turns up with the kids. Colleen knocks at the door and is disgusted to find Carl with two semi clad women!

Right on cue,as they sit down to breakfast Colleen turns up with the kids. Colleen knocks at the door and is disgusted to find Carl with two semi clad women!

Colleen is appalled at not only has Carl opened the door to them in his pants but what she walks in to see that he's having breakfast with his 'harem' - all witnessed by little Thomas and Anya.

Carl tries to explain that it’s not what it looks like but Colleen is in not interested in listening. When she calls Chas a strumpet Chas wades in, much to Carl’s embarrassment.

Carl tries to explain that it’s not what it looks like but Colleen is in not interested in listening. When she calls Chas a strumpet Chas wades in, much to Carl’s embarrassment.

Carl is distraught when his estranged wife drives off with the kids and his frustration leads to an argument with Chas.

Carl and Chas argue about the confrontation with Colleen. Carl tells Chas that she wasn’t helping because he needs to stay on speaking terms with Colleen so he can see his kids. Chas tells Carl that she was sticking up for him.

 

 

Carl is distraught when his estranged wife drives off with the kids and his frustration leads to an argument with Chas. The row is witnessed by scheming Chloe

Later in the Woolpack Carl confides in Chloe that he fears for the future of his relationship because sometimes Chas’s fiery nature is too much for him.

Chloe offers Carl a sympathetic ear, but is secretly delighted that her plan to drive them apart is working.

Chloe then heads for the Antiques Barn and composes another poison pen letter. This time it’s a letter for Chas written to look as if it is from Colleen.

Elsewhere Daz (Luke Tittensor) confronts Jack (Clive Hornby) about leaving Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) out of his wedding plans and calls him a bad father.

Jack tells Diane that Victoria has decided that she doesn’t want to come to the wedding. He confesses that he thinks it may be because Andy will not be at the wedding.

 

Diane intervenes

He tell Diane that he thinks he should patch things up with Andy for Victoria’s sake, but he confesses that in his heart he is not ready to forgive Andy for nearly killing him.

 

 

Diane (Elizabeth Estensen) tries to intervene, but when Daz gives her a shove Jack loses control and cuffs the delinquent around the head.
Jack and Diane go out for a walk and are confronted by Daz, who tells Jack he is a bad father for not allowing Andy to come to his wedding.
Daz falls to the ground
Diane tries to intervene and Daz pushes her. Jack then slaps Daz.
Rodney tries to understand Val's relationship wirh Paul

Meanwhile, Val (Charlie Hardwick) does her best to encourage Paul (Mathew Bose) to find alternative accommodation and claims he’ll be more comfortable in Hotten. Val continues to act very strangely where her son Paul is concerned and frog marches him out of Mill Cottage and off to Hotton to find him somewhere 'more comfortable' to stay.

That evening Val is relieved when she tells Rodney that Paul is happy in his new digs in Hotton. Rodney tells Val that he thinks that her relationship with Paul is a strange one. Just then Paul returns and announces that he had to leave Hotton because his landlady expected something he couldn’t offer from her male guests…

When Diane offers Paul a room at the pub Val is clearly displeased. Why is she so eager to keep her son at arms length?

 

Debbie and Andy

Debbie makes Ethan feeling uncomfortable, gazing at him as he discusses the harvest festival with Edna in Café Hope. When she leaves she her fingers through Ethan’s hair and tells him how nice it looks.

Ethan runs after her and tells Debbie that she can’t go around doing things like that. Debbie tells him that he’s not being very Christian in trying to wash his hands of her.

Later Debbie has another heart to heart with Andy. She puts Andy on the spot by asking whether he’d go out with her. Andy replies he wouldn’t because her dad is a psycho.


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