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Episode: 3965 - Wednesday 2nd February 2005
A surprise guest turns up at Shelly’s memorial

ITV1 Network 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM

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Alan comes face to face with Shelly

The villagers attend a tearful memorial service in honour of Shelly (Carolyn Pickles) and they all gather around as Turner (Richard Thorp) reads a sonnet from one of her poetry books.

Turner and Shelly

Turner stays behind and talks aloud, telling Shelly how much he misses her. He gets the fright of his life when there is a tap on his shoulder and he turns around to see a surprise guest. How will he react to the shock arrival?

Over in the Woolpack, Chas (Lucy Pargeter) offers Carl (Tom Lister) a listening ear as it is obvious that he is struggling to come to terms with his new situation. The chemistry between them is clear but they have little choice but to deny the feelings they have for one another.

Meanwhile, Zak (Steve Halliwell) sets about finding out the identity of Chas’ new man and gets the wrong end of the stick when he sees her chatting to Rodney (Patrick Mower)!

 

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A pregnancy test reveals Chloe is still not pregnant, so she decides to try and get Carl into bed with her before work. It’s obviously not the first time in a matter of hours that she has tried for he asks her what’s wrong. She blames her horny hormones.
Ethan arrives at the prison and Steph is eager to hear what Turner said about her letter. He tells her that her father didn’t read the letter and that he’s holding a memorial service for Shelly today.
Meanwhile, at the King headquarters, Tom tells Jimmy and Matthew that since his third grandchild is along the way that Chloe will not be using the stairs in the office nor any lifting or carrying. He then orders a miserable Jimmy to make coffee, much to Matthew's amusement!
Zak is convinced Rodney is Chas’s new boyfriend after seeing them talk the previous evening and invites him to dinner that evening. Rodney is bemused that Chas may like him…so you should be Rodders!
Elsewhere, Nicola’s not having much luck getting her side of the business off the ground as all her client’s details and accounts are on Paddy’s computer, which he is refusing to give back to her. Laurel, on the other hand, has had a very productive day, some people get all the luck…
Max and Carl escape to the Woolpack for a drink and Max quizzes his brother on his feelings for Chas. He tells Max that’s he’s going to do the right thing and stand by Chloe, which Chas overhears.
It’s the day of the memorial service and Turner and friends pay their respects to Shelly. But as the camera whizzes around it looks like someone is watching the service… but who could it be?
Back at the pub, Denzel walks in and asks Chas about their plans this evening, Zak sees the copper and is over in a flash telling him to stop harassing her. Meanwhile, Rodney tells Chas about their dinner date and she tells him not to bother, instead packing him off with a peck on the cheek instead!
Tom tells Chloe and Carl that he’ll be giving them both a pay rise now that a baby is on the way. He tells Carl that a substantial one may be on the way if he can prove himself. Nice!
He heads off to the pub for a mini-celebratory drink where he has a heart-to-heart, well sort of, with Chas. He tells her that him and Chloe happened so fast and tells her that he wished things could have been different between them (him and Chas that is). Chas agrees, but despite their feelings for one another they both agree there’s nothing they can do now.
Back at the prison and Steph’s solicitor suggests she has some psychiatric testing. If the tests prove she is mentally ill then she will be able to spend her sentence in a hospital rather than prison. But Steph is having none if it and tells him that she must pay for what she’s done and that she’s not looking for an easy ride.
Meanwhile, back at the memorial site, Turner is saying his last regards to Shelly when the woman herself turns up in 'disguise'! But how will Turner react? You’ll have to wait until Thursday to find out!

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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Caroline Mitchell, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Tim Dowd. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Granada Yorkshire production for ITV1.

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Emmerdale.org would also like to thank Michele Fawcett & Jo Cox from Emmerdale for the Production Credits.

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