- Monday 3rd January 2005
Max, the youngest of the King brothers, arrives in the village
This episode of EMMERDALE is
written by Lesley Clare O’Neill, produced by Kathleen Beedles
and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson
and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Granada production
Thanks to Tracey Whitton at the ITV Picture Desk Leeds
would also like to Thank Michele Fawcett from Emmerdale with
the Production Credits:-
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Jimmy King Nick Miles
Sadie King Patsy Kensit
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Tom King Ken Farrington
Matthew King Matt Healy
Max King Charlie Kemp
Amy Carter Bethany Webb
Donna Windsor Verity Rushworth
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Marlon Dingle Mark Charnock
Zak Dingle Steve Halliwell
Nicola Blackstock Nicola Wheeler
Carl King Tom Lister
Shadrach Dingle Andy Devine
Sam Dingle James Hooton
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Phyllis King Shelia Burrell
Terry Woods Billy Hartman
Katie Sugden Sammy Winward
Robert Sugden Karl Davies
Debbie Dingle Charley Webb
Network Monday 3 January 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Sadie’s photo sting causes explosions between
her and Jimmy.
There’s a new smooth operator in the village
- Max King.
As Charity prepares for her big day, Sadie prepares
to ruin her.
Max, the youngest of the King brothers, arrives
in the village
Jimmy (Nick Miles) is alarmed when Sadie (Patsy Kensit) shows him the
pictures of Charity (Emma Atkins) and Cain (Jeff Hordley) kissing and
he insists that there must be an innocent explanation. Jimmy sets off
to get the truth from Cain but when Zak (Steve Halliwell) tells him
that he has gone away, Jimmy is left pleading with his wife not to
spoil his father’s big day.
Meanwhile, Tom (Ken Farrington) is thrilled when his
youngest son Max (Charlie Kemp) arrives in the village. Despite having
his girlfriend, Amy (Bethany Webb) on his arm, Max is clearly a free
spirit and his cheeky smile is a sure sign that he will cause a stir
amongst the local ladies.
Over at the B & B Carl (Tom Lister) introduces his
Aunt Phyllis (Sheila Burrell) to Bob (Tony Audenshaw) and Terry (Billy
Hartman) and they welcome her with open arms. However, before long
she proves a nuisance as she complains about everything imaginable.
With the wedding preparations in place Charity looks
forward to her impending nuptials, but with Sadie set to sabotage the
biggest day of her life will the wedding day go without a hitch?
A right to know Mon, 7.00pm, 3rd Jan
||Sadie shows Jimmy the photos of Cain kissing Charity.
Jimmy is unimpressed. He tells his wife that when he sees his auntie
Phyllis he will give her a kiss but that doesn’t mean they
are having an affair. Sadie accuses Jimmy of dithering in a time
of crisis so he tells her that he will go and speak to Cain and
find out whether he’s having an affair with Charity. Sadie
tells him not to go but he heads off to the Dingles and Zak tells
him that Cain has gone away on business.
||Sadie tells Jimmy he’s probably gone away because he can’t
stand seeing the love of his life marrying another woman. Tom is
delighted when his youngest son Max returns for the wedding from
a round the world trip. Tom gathers his family around him and tells
everyone how lucky he is. When they are alone together for the
last time before the wedding Tom is touched when Charity tells
him that she loves him. Jimmy tells Sadie that Tom and Charity
are very much in love and he begs her not to show Tom the photos.
||Tom and Charity see them arguing and want to know what they are
hiding from them. Jimmy says that it’s a surprise and he
doesn’t want to spoil it. Later, at Charity’s hen night,
Sadie tells Charity she has something to show her. It looks as
if Sadie is about to show Charity the photos on the eve of her
wedding but instead she takes her out to the wedding pavilion.
Charity is delighted with it and hugs Sadie. She tells Sadie how
much she’s looking forward to the wedding. Sadie replies
that she’s looking forward to it as well.
||Carl is relieved to drop his aunt Phyllis of at the B&B.
Bob and Terry soon find that she is extremely difficult to please
and she sends back every cup of tea that Terry makes for her. Terry
loses his temper with her, and with Bob who keeps reminding him
that the customer is always right, when they make an exception
and prepare her an evening meal and she complains that she doesn’t
eat red meat. She calls Carl and he is forced to leave his dad’s
stag do to bring her something to eat.