Tuesday 25th November 2003
Written by: Mark Illis
THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE'
Andy Sugden - Kelvin Fletcher
Katie Addyman - Sammy Winward
Darren Eden - Luke Tittensor
Diane Blackstock - Elizabeth Estensen
.lack Sugden - Clive Hornby
Viv Hope - Deena Payne
Emily Kirk - Kate McGregor
Bob Hope - Tony Audenshaw
Rodney Blackstock - Patrick Mower
Nicola Blackstock - Nicola Wheeler
Victoria Sugden - Hannah Midgley
Robert Sugden - Karl Davies
Donna Windsor - Verity Rushworth
Elaine Marsden - Samantha McCarthy
Pearl Ladderbanks - Meg .lohnson
.larvis Skelton - Richard Moore
Eddie Hope - Nigel Betts
Simon Meredith - Dale Meeks
Len Reynolds - Peter Martin
Dawn Woods - Julia Mallam
Terry Woods - Billy Hartman
Paddy Kirk - Dominic Brunt
Katie and Robert's passion burns as hot as the candles they're
asked to light on .lack's birthday cake.
Eddie questions if his life in Emmerdale has reached the end
of the road.
Nicola enjoys a game of darts with Simon but has he hit the
Unbeknown to Jack, Diane has been busy preparing a surprise
medieval party for his birthday. As the locals gather in the
Woolpack, Diane struggles to explain why she has given him a
pair of tights for his birthday.
After much persuasion, Jack finally agrees to put on a Henry
under the impression that he is going to be helping
out with a promotion at the pub. He feels like a prize fool
until he walks into the pub to find a medieval banquet in full
in his honour.
As the party gets underway, Katie and Robert
flirt with each other and the chemistry between them intensifies.
Diane sends them to the backroom to light the candles on
the birthday cake, sparks fly as their hands meet and they
share an intimate kiss.
Having walked in on his scheming brother attempting to rob him
blind, Bob gives Eddie the cold shoulder. Will depressed Eddie
be forced to leave the village for good?
Bob and Viv visit Terry in hospital to show him the birthday
celebrations on their camcorder. Recovering Terry is delighted
to see familiar faces and is deeply touched by their gesture.
Elsewhere in the village, Rodney gives glum Nicola a credit
card, claiming it is a perk of having an obscenely rich father.
But feeling bored and miserable, it doesn’t do much to
improve Nicola’s mood. Later she bumps into Simon again
at the pub and apologises for her rude behaviour. As they have
a game of darts, Emily and Paddy are amused that after the initial
friction they seem to be getting on like a house on fire.