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Charity prepares to face the village but struggles to act normal. Chas worries to Laurel about telling Paddy about being pregnant. Paddy tells Chas that the Vet's Surgery is not liable for Rhona's accident, so he will have to talk to Moira. Chas tries to talk herself out of telling Paddy but Laurel urges her to tell him.
The episode was rated 8.33 from 12 votes.
Rhona is nervous ahead of her hysterectomy. She puts on a brave face for April and Leo but admits to Marlon and Vanessa that she's scared about taking painkillers during her recovery. Vanessa promises Rhona they'll get her through this. Faith can't understand why Cain isn't putting his foot down with Amy. She's adamant they need to stop Amy from getting anywhere near Kyle so she decides to pay her a visit.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 10 votes.
Megan is excited ahead of her trip to the Lakes with Graham and Eliza. Meanwhile at Home Farm, Graham receives a call from Kim demanding he collects her from prison. David attempts to prove to Jacob that he and Amba are his priority but a moody Jacob doesn't want to spend time with him Maya follows Jacob outside to try to find out what's wrong.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 12 votes.
Ross and Rebecca decide to have fresh start away from Emmerdale. Elsewhere, Debbie vows to find Joe whilst Moira is frustrated that Cain refuses to tell her why he disappeared. Also,Chas and Paddy struggle to return to normality.
The episode was rated 7.64 from 11 votes.
Cain has spent the night in his car, leaving Moira frantic with worry. As Vanessa is about to head into work, Mike appears at the pub. Cain watches intently as Graham exits the shop. Faith approaches Cain and tries to talk to him but Cain gets in his car and follows Graham. At Dale Head, Dan and Kerry argue about Amelia seeing Daz which results in Dan walking out.
The episode was rated 7.55 from 11 votes.
Megan tells Diane that Graham is taking her and Eliza on a holiday. Faith and Eric argue and Kerry and Faith snap at each other in the cafe.Jacob feels guilty about what he said to David. David tells Leyla that he thinks Jacob stole the earrings. Chas makes a special breakfast to tell Paddy the news but Vanessa interrupts. Pete breaks the news to Moira that the vets surgery wants to sue the farm. Liam tells Bernice about wanting to buy a house on the other side of Hotten.
The episode was rated 7.10 from 10 votes.
DC Meaden quizzes Cain about why he was found shovelling earth from what appeared to be a grave. Cain states he got a text from Noah saying he was in trouble so he went to find him and that's when he found the hole in the ground with the phone in it. Cain's solicitor, Mr Drake, reminds DC Meaden that there's no evidence a crime has been committed and suggests an apology is in order.
The episode was rated 7.00 from 10 votes.
Last updated: jan 30, 2023
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