4,010 - Tuesday 29th March 2005
Cain is determined to make amends with Debbies
7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Debbie (Charley Webb) is devastated when Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) tells
her that it’s completely over between them now that he’s
with Libby (Ty Glaser). To make matters worse, Cain (Jeff Hordley)
gets suspicious and accuses Debbie of seeing Andy again. When he sees
how upset she is, Cain tries to make amends, but will he keep his promise
to make things right?
Elsewhere, Matthew (Matt Healey) exposes Jimmy’s (Nick Miles)
plan to Tom (Ken Farrington) and together they outbid him for the business
contract. As they celebrate in the Woolpack, Matthew’s joy at
beating his brother is short-lived when Jimmy walks in and punches
him hard in the face.
Meanwhile, Viv (Deena Payne) and Paddy (Dominic Brunt) are tormented
by guilt over their passionate embrace and agree that it must never
be repeated. Will this really be the end of their dangerous liaison?
Business is business Tues, 7.00pm, 29th Mar
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Libby’s half-sister Tamsin
is set to have a bigger role to play in the soap now that she’s
joined the Kings as Chloe’s temporary replacement. But
it seems this girl does not have a care in the world and saunters
in 40 minutes late and proceeds to buy a pair of shoes for £146
on the internet instead of doing her work. What a lovely girl!
The King boys, Tom excluded of course, are clearly delighted to have another
piece of eye candy in the office and are quick to lend a hand to the young babe,
even Carl, who has clearly got Chloe well and truly out of his head.
Matthew walks in having secured the contract that Jimmy was bidding for. Tom
is delighted while Carl tells them that Jimmy is not going to be a happy chappy.
No kidding Sherlock!
After Libby has words with Andy about sleeping with an under-age ‘girl’,
the farmer arranges to meet Debbie and tell her about Libby. ‘I like her,
you and me are just mates. I think you should stop coming round to the farm so
much.’ Debbie is obviously hurt by his comments and tells him that she
should have gone with her mum as there’s nothing for her here anymore.
But he tells her that she’s better than her parents and that she should
stay away from Charity. He goes on to say that he never meant to hurt her, but
the lonely young girl is having none of it tells him that he can’t hurt
her, ‘no-one can’.
It seems Cain is having a pretty good go at it though and, after
an earful from Zak about how he’s treating his daughter,
he goes to see her for a chat. But he catches Andy walking
away from her when she told her dad that she was
going to see a friend. Debbie denies that she was with Andy and he believes
Meanwhile, in the pub the Kings are having a drink to celebrate the winning
the contract. Jimmy walks in and Matthew can’t help but tell him that the
Kings outbid him for the contract. Jimmy is furious and promptly punches his
brother. After the scuffle dies down, Tom tells his eldest son: ‘Business
is business, Jimmy. Your words I think.’ Touché!
Even the black eye has given Matthew something to be pleased about as Louise
comes to his rescue with some ice. ‘I’m sure you weren’t completely
innocent,’ she tells him of his fracas with Jimmy. ‘Is that how you
like your men then, innocent?’ It gets a big smile from Louise, but before
any more cringey flirting takes place, Terry walks in to break it up.
As he leaves the pub, though, Matthew invites Terry to a game of poker with the
King brothers. Carl can see exactly what his brother is up to and tells him, ‘You
only ever get friendly with people that can give you something.’ But will
Terry be willing to give up Louise without a fight? We hope not!
Elsewhere, and after their passionate snog in the cupboard the previous evening,
Paddy and Viv do their usual, ‘it can’t happen again’, ‘it
was an accident’ thing. We all know that another kiss is on the horizon,
but what about poor Emily?
This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Taylor 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