3985 - Friday 25th February 2005
Shelly makes it clear that she is not willing to forgive Steph
7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Debbie (Charley Webb) is upset following the revelations the previous
day and she listens attentively as Ethan (Liam O’Brien) tries
to help her understand the reason behind her mother’s behaviour.
Later that day, Debbie receives an apology from Charity (Emma Atkins)
and she begins to realise that maybe Cain (Jeff Hordley) has let her
down. Charity is hopeful when Debbie hints that she would like a fresh
start. But is Debbie ready to leave her life in the village behind?
Elsewhere, Jimmy (Nick Miles) is anxious to ensure that Sadie (Patsy
Kensit) never sees the videotape and as Charity puts the pressure on
him he resorts to stealing money from King & Son’s office.
Meanwhile, Steph (Lorraine Chase) makes a conscious effort to build
bridges with Turner (Richard Thorp) and Shelly (Carolyn Pickles). However,
Shelly is not ready to forgive and forget and she slams to door in
her rival’s face.
Come away with me Fri, 7.00pm, 25th Feb
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Debbie is feeling her stomach as she reminds both herself and us
that she’s actually pregnant, as if she needs her mum’s
problems on top of her aswell! But clearly the tape has had some
affect on her for she ignores Cain when she sees him at breakfast,
which Chas observes.
||But when Charity tells Chas that she showed the tape to Debbie,
she now understands why Debbie was acting strange. Charity admits
that it didn’t go to plan, though, and tells Chas: ‘I
think I’ve blown it with her for good.’
||Later in the street Charity catches up with Debbie and tells
her once again that she needed to clear her name, but Debbie’s
having none of it and instead shouts: ‘My mum’s a tart
and she disgusts me.’ Nice!
||Ethan spots the scene and chases after Debbie, who tells him
all about the situation and asks the curate for some advice.
But it’s a little unexpected for Ethan says that what Charity
did was awful, but if you think about what she’s been through
the last few weeks then it was clear she was desperate, he tells
her. ‘She’s not in the right, but she’s not quite
the villain of the piece either.’
||It seems to have worked for Debbie jumps to Charity’s defence
when she sees Sadie laying into her mum. Charity tells Sadie that
she will get her revenge before she walks off into the B&B,
but Debbie can’t help but add: ‘I wouldn’t get
too settled, Sadie, she means it, she could hurt you.’ Like
mother, like daughter, hey?!
||Later in the pub, Jimmy hands Charity some more cash, but it
still isn’t enough. She tells him that if he doesn’t
get her L25K by the next day, then Sadie will be watching the video.
You’ve been warned, Jimmy.
|| Meanwhile, the village tea dance is in full flow, but when it’s
time for the refreshments, everyone sits down for they fear Steph,
who has prepared all the food, has poisoned it all! It’s
only when Shadrach waltzes in and takes as much as he can that
they all realise that the food must be fine and delve in!
||At the dance, the Bishop asks Ashley how both he and Laurel are
doing. He tells the vicar that he’s genuinely glad that he
withdrew his resignation and tells him that his disapproval was
not personal. Ashley accepts what the Bishop has to say, but it
is clear that the vicar is finding is difficult to accept still.
|| Elsewhere, Matthew drops a corker by telling Jimmy and Sadie
that Charity will be missed in the village, ‘she added a
bit of spice to life and she’s been more than a match for
any of us’. If looks could kill, Sadie would dispense of
her brother-in-law in a matter of seconds!
||Meanwhile, Charity and Debbie have a civilised talk for the first
time in months as the teenager admits that Cain is always getting
away with things and that the Dingles always stick up for him.
Once again, Charity asks her to ‘come away with me’,
and it seems that Debbie is seriously going to consider the offer.
This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Peter Kerry,
produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Mike Adams. The executive
producer is Keith
Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Granada
Yorkshire production for ITV1.
Thanks to Tracey Whitton at the ITV Picture Desk
also like to thank Michele Fawcett & Jo Cox from Emmerdale