4,009 - Easter Monday 28th March 2005
Anger turns to passion as Paddy and Viv finally kiss
7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
As Emily (Kate McGregor) and Paul head off to a gig, a lonely Viv
(Deena Payne) is forced to ask Paddy (Dominic Brunt) for help when
her hairdryer blows a fuse and all her electricity goes off. As Paddy
offers his assistance, they forget their angry exchange from the previous
night and unable to resist temptation any longer they share a passionate
Elsewhere, a determined Matthew (Matt Healy) discovers what Jimmy
(Nick Miles) is up to when he manages to get his hands on a business
quote. Matthew later assures an uneasy Carl (Tom Lister) that their
brother will get his comeuppance.
Over at the Dingles’, Cain’s (Jeff Hordley) lies catch
up with him when Zak (Steve Halliwell) discovers a stash of cash in
his caravan. Furious that Cain refuses to contribute to the family
pot, Zak forces him to tell Debbie (Charley Webb) that it’s the
money he got from Sadie (Patsy Kensit) to betray Charity (Emma Atkins).
Feeling appalled, Debbie makes it clear that she never wants to see
her father again.
Succumbing to the inevitable Monday 28th Mar
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Emily is off with Paul for the
evening as she drives him to another gig. Alarmed at the thought
of being on his own after the previous day’s occurrences,
Paddy asks her if she can stay. Ironically, Emily tells him
to ask Viv over for a drink to keep him company! If only you
Observant Paul sees the opportunity for he and Emily to have a chat about her
relationship with the vet. After hearing that she married Butch on his death
bed, Paul puts two and two together and asks her if Paddy was her first proper
lover. Emily shirks and Paul apologises for going too far.
But he can’t stop himself there and, wearing his sexy dress for the gig,
he tells her that the key to a long-lasting and fulfilling relationship is sex.
Emily recoils once again indicating to Paul that she and Paddy hardly ever ‘do
it’. He is appalled and tells her that she’s too young to just make
do with life. But she insists that she’s perfectly happy with her ‘companionable’ marriage
and doesn’t need sex in her life. Paul can’t believe it and asks
that she thinks about what she wants out of life.
Hubby Paddy meanwhile, has been called in by Viv to mend her electrics after
she blew the fuse with the hairdryer that the vet supposedly fixed last week.
It was a reluctant decision to contact him given their insults the previous day,
but there was no one else around to help.
The vet is also reluctant to go round but, donning glasses he heads round their
with his package, of tools that is. After initial bickering the two apologise
for their comments the previous day. Paddy apologises for one in particular, ‘I’m
sorry I said that you bought that rabbit so that you could talk to me more.’ ‘Oh
no, that was true.’ Viv tells him!
There’s a moment's silence as they stare at each other
and then Paddy grabs the post mistress and gives her a passionate
snog! Goodness knows where it would have led, but thankfully
for us Donna walks in and interrupts them. Paddy makes a bumbling
exit as normal and Donna is left wondering what’s wrong
with the strange vet. Viv on the other hand is looking rather
Elsewhere in the village today and Carl continues to get rid of every trace of
Chloe in the house. He even dumps dog, Fenella, on brother Max. ‘Every
time I look at her she reminds me of Chloe,’ he tells the young vet. ‘Yeah,
I see what you mean,’ he replies! Cheeky blighter!
Matthew drives Carl home and waits while he goes to the toilet. Spotting Jimmy’s
laptop on the table Matthew can’t resist taking a look at what Jimmy’s
been up to the last few days. And sure enough, there’s a quotation ready
to be sent out. Matthew prints it off and is clearly going to try and outbid
his brother. He’s a cool cookie isn’t he?!
Meanwhile, Cain has taken yet more food out of the Dingle fridge, so Zak marches
over to the caravan, but finding Cain is not there he has a snoop around. To
his horror he finds several wads of cash! On his return Zak confronts the liar
and asks him how he could have watched his own daughter give her money the previous
day when he had all that stashed away?
Zak forces him to give the money to Debbie, but she asks him where he got it
from. He tells her it’s the money he has left over from what Sadie paid
him to set up Charity. Debbie is furious and tells him she never wants to see
him again (again).
This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Tim Dynevor produced by
Jonathan Phillips and directed by Oliver Horsbrugh. The executive
producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Kathleen
Beedles It is a Granada production for ITV1.
Thanks to Tracey Whitton at the ITV Picture Desk
also like to thank Michele Fawcett & Jo Cox from Emmerdale