3941 - Wednesday 5th January 2005
Charity swears revenge as her dreams of wedded bliss collapse around her.
This episode of EMMERDALE
is written by Mark Illis, 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 for ITV1.
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
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Zak Dingle Steve Halliwell
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Matthew King Matt Healy
Max King Charlie Kemp and
Carl King Tom Lister
Sadie King Patsy Kensit
Jimmy King Nick Miles
Phyllis King Sheila Burrell
Viv Hope Deena Payne
Debbie Dingle Charley Webb
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Terry Woods Billy Hartman
Ashley Thomas John Middleton
Tom King Ken Farrington
Amy Carter Bethany Webb
Betty Eagleton Paula Tilbrook
Paul Lambert Mathew Bose
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Network Wednesday 5 January 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Charity swears revenge as her dreams of wedded bliss
collapse around her.
Sadie’s plan’s worked – she ‘s queen bee again
Tom holes himself up at home, determined not to show weakness.
Charity (Emma Atkins) racks her brains to work out where
the incriminating photos came from and is hurt to think that Debbie
(Charley Webb) may
have been involved in the scam.
Debbie explains that Cain (Jeff Hordley) told her that
he wanted to meet Charity to ask for some money, which causes Charity
where he eventually got his funds from.
Aware that it would not be beyond
Sadie (Patsy Kensit) to bribe Cain to set her up, Charity pays her
a visit, warning her to watch her back
as she will get her revenge. How far will Charity go to make Sadie
pay for the humiliation that she has caused her?
Over at the B & B, Bob (Tony Audenshaw) struggles with his housekeeping
duties and offers to pay Betty (Paula Tilbrook) to help him out. Betty
is happy to oblige but expects a bonus if it is to remain a secret
from Terry (Billy Hartman). Believing Bob to be solely responsible
for the good work, Terry is impressed and offers him more control over
the running of the B & B.
Morning has broken Weds, 7.00pm, 5th Jan
||Still dressed in her wedding dress Charity wakes up on the Dingle
sofa. Meanwhile, at Home Farm, Sadie celebrates her enemy’s
downfall and tells Jimmy that she feels like a buck’s fizz.
Jimmy is appalled and Sadie tells him that she’s celebrating
because Charity has been stopped just as she was on the verge of
taking over their family. Jimmy scornfully points out that Tom
was marrying Charity because he loved her. Jimmy goes to see how
Tom is doing but his father refuses to let him in.
||Ashley arrives and demands that Tom lets him in. Ashley is furious
and tells Tom that with his outburst in church he has made a mockery
of a sacred sacrament. He points out to Tom that he has seen a
photo of Cain kissing Charity and has no real evidence that they
are having an affair. Tom wallows in self-pity and tells Ashley
that he’s come to his senses and has finally realised that
he’s been an old fool to get involved with a younger woman.
Ashley advises Tom to talk to Charity and tells him that he’s
convinced Charity is in love with him.
||Zak is sceptical when Chas tells him Charity’s theory about
being set up. He reminds her that they all know that Charity and
Cain can’t keep their hands off each other. Later, Charity
accuses Debbie of unwittingly helping Cain and Sadie set her up
because she wants her parents to get back together. Debbie replies
that she helped Cain set-up the meeting with her at the hotel because
he desperately needed money. Charity suddenly realises that Cain
changed his mind about asking her for money because Sadie was paying
||Still in her wedding dress Charity turns up on the doorstep at
Holdgate Farm as snow falls outside. Tom answers the door and Charity
tells him she’s only come to collect her things. When Charity
returns with her bags packed Tom asks to talk to her. Charity replies
that she’s ready to talk as soon as he’s apologised
for the foul way he behaved yesterday. Charity hands over her keys
and Tom tells her to keep the car and sell it on. As she drives
through the village Charity spots Sadie and pulls up and warns
her that one day soon she’s going to bring her down.
||Terry and Bob continue to bicker over the running of the B&B.
After going over the top in his efforts to please the guests Bob
is exhausted and offers Betty a sizeable bonus to help him clean
the house. Betty discovers that guest from hell Auntie Phyllis
left has left some scathing comments in the guest book. Bob removes
the offending page from the book and is later forced to keep Betty
supplied with complementary sherry so that Terry remains none the
wiser and is impressed with Bob’s efforts at the B&B.