Created & Finished 29th September 2004

Episode: 3857 - Wednesday 29th September 2004

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EMMERDALE

Episode: 3857

THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED

This This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Lyons, 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.

IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE

Alan Turner Richard Thorp
Steph Stokes Lorraine Chase
Shelly Williams Carolyn Pickles
Zak Dingle Steve Halliwell
Shadrach Dingle Andy Devine
Rodney Blackstock Patrick Mower
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Louise Appleton Emily Symons
Simon Meredith Dale Meeks
Andy Sugden Kelvin Fletcher
Debbie Dingle Charley Webb
Emily Kirk Kate McGregor
Lisa Dingle Jane Cox
Cain Dingle Jeff Hordley
Darren Eden Luke Tittensor
Viv Hope Deena Payne
Dawn Woods Julia Mallam
Eric Pollard Christopher Chittell
Scott Windsor Ben Freeman

EMMERDALE

ITV1 Network Wednesday 29 September 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
ITV2 Thursday 30 September 9:55 AM to 10:25 AM

The B & B turns into a house of horrors as Steph deals with her unexpected guest.

As the village organises an action group, Len and Pearl grow isolated.

Chloe probes Chas’ weak spots.

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Steph silences Shelly once and for all

Turner thinks he can hear Shelly

Shelly (Carolyn Pickles) sits alone in the dark cellar, desperately trying to free herself from the ropes.

Steph (Lorraine Chase) goes to see her and menacingly tells her she should have stayed away.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Afterwards, Turner (Richard Thorp) tells Steph that he thought he heard Shelly’s voice but she claims he must be having nightmares. Steph spikes her father’s food again to make him drowsy before heading back down to check on Shelly.

Afterwards, Turner (Richard Thorp) tells Steph that he thought he heard Shelly’s voice but she claims he must be having nightmares. She jokes menacingly that if he’s not careful the men in white coats will be coming to take him away.

Steph spikes her father’s food again to make him drowsy before heading back down to check on Shelly.

Meanwhile, down in the cellar Shelly struggles to free herself. When Steph goes down the cellar, brandishing a hammer, she terrifies Shelly when she tells her that she doesn’t want to hurt her but it’s the only way she can stop her from stealing her happiness from her.

Terrified Shelly begs to leave and pomises never return but Steph refuses to listen.Shelly

Just then the doorbell goes and Steph rushes upstairs to find Emily with a pile of magazines for Alan. Emily mentions that she thought she saw Shelly getting out of a taxi earlier. Steph tells her that it was only a guest who’d come back to collect something she’d left behind.

Later, as Steph gives Alan his drugged dinner, they both her a loud crash as Shelly struggles and the chair she’s tied to topples over. Steph tells Alan that the noise must have been some rubbish that she’d piled up.

Can she escape from the cellar before Steph returns?

In Steph’s absence, Shelly has desperately struggled to break free and manages to untie the ropes but just as she’s about to escape Steph returns to the cellar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steph grabs Shelly violently by the hair

Shelly manages to free herself from the ropes but just as she’s about to escape Steph returns to the cellar.

As Steph searches for her in the dark Shelly bolts up the stairs but finds the door is locked.

Holding the keys Steph grabs Shelly violently by the hair and tells her that they are going on a little drive and she won’t be coming back.

Later Steph returns to the B&B with her shoes caked in mud. She tells Alan that she’s been for a drive in the woods. She tells him to put Shelly out of his mind because she won’t be coming back, ever.

As Zak had hoped, Shadrach decides to pull out of the competition, but Zak is later gutted when Lisa (Jane Cox) persuades him to play regardless.

Over at the Dingles, Zak hides Shadrach’s lucky darts and has his brother hunting high and low for them. Zak (Steve Halliwell) smiles mischievously as Shadrach (Andy Devine) frantically searches for his missing darts.

When he fails to find them he tells Zak that he won’t be able to play in the darts match. Knowing that Shadrach is their best hope of winning Lisa gives Shadrach an incentive to play, telling him that if he can hit three bull’s-eyes with her darts he will win three pints.

Zak is not happy with Lisa for restoring Shadrach’s confidence. Zak later tells Lisa that he wanted Shadrach off the team so he could ask Terry to play. Lisa is not convinced.

Cain (Jeff Hordley) tells Debbie (Charley Webb) and Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) about the rapist moving to the village and remarks that if anyone tried it on with Debbie he would kill them on the spot. Andy listens nervously.

Cain turns concerned citizen and attends Viv’s meeting in the Woolpack about preventing Pearl’s son from coming to the village.
Cain recommends a good kicking as the most appropriate course of action.

When he returns to Butler’s Farm drunk Cain (Jeff Hordley) tells Debbie (Charley Webb) and Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) about the rapist moving to the village

 

Andy is worried when Cain threatens to kill anyone who goes near Debbie

Cain tells Andy that if anyone were to lay a finger on his Debbie, he would kill them on the spot. Having just spent the afternoon in bed with Cain’s daughter Andy looks a little uncomfortable to say the least.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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