3942 - Thursday 6th January 2005
Tom vanishes leaving his sons and Sadie fearing the worst – has Sadie underestimated
the damage she’s caused?
This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Chris Thompson, 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
Jimmy King Nick Miles
Zoe Tate Leah Bracknell
Sadie King Patsy Kensit
Edna Birch Shirley Stelfox
Pearl Ladderbanks Meg Johnson
Viv Hope Deena Payne
Val Lambert Charlie Hardwick
Eric Pollard Christopher Chittell
Amy Carter Bethany Webb
Max King Charlie Kemp
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Betty Eagleton Paula Tilbrook
Ashley Thomas John Middleton
Alan Turner Richard Thorp
Louise Appleton Emily Symons
Paul Lambert Mathew Bose
Carl King Tom Lister
Matthew King Matt Healy
Chloe Atkinson Amy Nuttall
Terry Woods Billy Hartman
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Network Thursday 6 January 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Tom vanishes leaving his sons and Sadie fearing
the worst – has
Sadie underestimated the damage she’s caused?
Max and his girlfriend decide to make tracks.
Charity denies that she and Cain are an item.
Edna (Shirley Stelfox) is persistent in rallying the
locals to sign a petition stating that Councillor Pollard (Chris Chittell)
is unfit to hold public office. Val (Charlie Harwick) is defensive
towards Pollard and encourages Louise (Emily Symons) to say something
when Edna comes in the pub looking for signatures.
Edna tells Val she has all the signatures she needs and is going to
post it first thing the following day. Val furiously tells her she’ll
ruin Pollard’s life, but Edna is unsympathetic. Meanwhile, Paul
(Mathew Bose) is left questioning his mother’s motives in defending
the councillor. Could Val be hoping for romance?
Elsewhere, Max (Charlie Kemp) prepares to leave the village but not
before enjoying a bit of flirtation in the Woolpack with Chas (Lucy
Pargeter). After building friendships with the locals will he decide
to prolong his visit?
Hunting high and low Thurs, 7.00pm, 6th Jan
||Jimmy begins to worry when he’s unable to get
hold of Tom. Sadie tells him that Tom just needs some time to himself.
Matthew tells Jimmy that there’s nothing to worry about but
Carl also becomes concerned when Tom is not to be found in the
village or over at the golf club. Jimmy and Carl head to Holdgate
Farm and get in through a window when no one answers the door.
The place is a mess and things are not looking good when they find
the pile of photos and an empty whisky bottle in the study.
||Meanwhile, Matthew quizzes Sadie about the photos of Charity
and Cain. Sadie is adamant that she merely hired a private eye
and he simply took photos of Charity and Cain kissing. Matthew
asks Sadie why she decided to wait until the wedding day before
showing Tom the photos. He points out that her timing was impeccable
because it gave Charity no time to give Tom an explanation. Sadie
becomes angry and tells Matthew that instead of proving how clever
he is he should be down on his knees thanking her for saving the
||By the evening Tom is still missing and Matthew pays Jimmy and
Sadie a visit at Home Farm. While Jimmy phones around trying to
discover Tom’s whereabouts Matthew remarks to Sadie that
things are spiralling out of control. Sadie tries to remain cool,
but she is shaken as Matthew warns her that she’s gone too
far and if Tom finds about what she’s been up to she’s
||After a Christmas break Edna resumes her campaign to get Eric
Pollard removed from public office. When Edna brings her petition
into the Woolpack and starts collecting signatures Val comes to
Eric’s rescue and has a word with Louise about Edna’s
activities. Louise asks Edna to leave. Paul later has a go at Val
for her newfound interest in Eric and describes him as a ‘fully
||Terry and Bob pay Alan a visit to discuss the running of the
B&B. Alan admits that the thought of the place still makes
him shudder so whatever they want to do is fine by him. Bob lets
his imagination run away with him and tells Alan that they want
to give the place a makeover and are thinking of offering guests
themed mini-breaks. Back at the Woolpack Terry is dismayed as he
realises that Bob is in earnest about his big plans for the B&B.