Created 24th July 2004
Finished 22nd August 2004

Episode (#3800) --- Sunday 25th July 2004

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EMMERDALE

Episode: 3800

THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Stephen Bennett, produced by Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Tony Prescott. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.

IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE

Alan Turner Richard Thorp
Jimmy King Nick Miles
Matthew King Matt Healy
Carl King Tom Lister
Shelly Williams Carolyn Pickles
Tom King Ken Farrington
Charity Tate Emma Atkins
Sadie King Patsy Kensit
Sam Dingle James Hooton
Shadrach Dingle Andy Devine
Lisa Dingle Jane Cox
Jarvis Skelton Richard Moore
Edna Birch Shirley Stelfox
Rodney Blackstock Patrick Mower
Steph Stokes Lorraine Chase
Val Lambert Charlie Hardwick
Ethan Blake Liam O’Brien

EMMERDALE

ITV1 Network Sunday 25 July 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Review :-

Tom is disappointed and lets his sons know who is boss

Tom’s disappointed in his family and lets his sons know who’s boss of the King Corporation.

Sam build bridges with Edna, but his mood’s dashed when the court sends him a letter.

Rodney reveals to Turner the gold digging rumours about Shelly.

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Fists fly after Carl admits the truth about Paul’s death to his father

After dismissing Charity (Emma Atkins) and Sadie (Patsy Kensit) from the dinner table, Tom (Ken Farrington) insists that his sons tell him what has been going on lately. Carl (Tom Lister) is forced to reveal the truth about his involvement in Paul’s death and Tom is furious that he didn’t go to him in the first place.

Before long the discussion gets heated and fists begin to fly. Appalled by his son’s behaviour, Tom lets it slip that he once thought Matthew (Matt Healy) would soon be responsible enough to take over the company from him.

How will Jimmy (Nick Miles) react knowing that his father intended to leave their business interests to his younger brother?

Meanwhile Shelly (Carolyn Pickles) can’t help feeling uncomfortable as she agrees to sign a form to give her equal access to Turner’s bank account. Later in the pub, Rodney (Patrick Mower) remarks to Turner (Richard Thorp) that the move to Spain all seems to be happening very quickly and Turner questions whether he’s acting like a fool.

Sam (James Hooton) is beside himself with nerves about his pending court case but deals with the situation by burying his head in the sand. Lisa (Jane Cox) is shocked to find a bundle of letters hidden under his bed containing details of the court hearing the following week.

Lisa tells Charity that he needs a proper barrister and asks her for some financial help.

ITV.COM The Lying Game Sunday 25.07.04
Tom decides he’s had enough deception from his sons and summons them to Sunday lunch. After the meal he tells Charity and Sadie he’d like a few minutes alone with his sons. When Tom asks them whether there’s anything they’d like to tell him he grows angry as Matthew and Jimmy attempt to invent more excuses and point the finger at Carl. When Tom reveals that Carl told him what happened to Paul Matthew is livid. As the brothers blame each other Carl reveals that Matthew is buying Siobhan’s house. Tom can’t believe his ears.
Angry and upset by the way his sons have behaved Tom tells them that he was planning to hand the running of the family business over to Matthew upon his retirement. He tells them Sadie’s dog now has more chance of taking over the business than they do. Tom is angered further as Jimmy and Matthew protest to him about their suitability to takeover the business. As Carl walks from the confrontation Matthew takes a swing at him and Jimmy has to intervene to keep his brothers apart.
Determined not to be seen as living off of Alan’s money Shelly busies herself with work at the B&B. Alan is frustrated that she won’t sit down and relax with him. Shelly feels uncomfortable as she signs a form giving her access to a joint account Alan has set up. Later in the Woolpack Alan is surprised at the amount of attention his future is attracting. Val tells him that Shelly is the envy of every woman in the village now that they are off to Spain. Alan wonders whether he’s being too hasty, Rodney tells him there’s nothing wrong with living his dream.
Sam makes himself useful in Edna’s garden, but Shadrach tells him he is wasting his time and will soon find himself behind bars. Lisa is shocked when she discovers a bundle of letters from the magistrate’s court hidden under Sam’s bed. Desperate Lisa turns to Charity in the hope that Tom might help pay for a decent barrister for Sam. Charity says she will try and help. Sam returns pleased that his work in Edna’s garden went well, but he is shocked to find that Lisa has found his stash of letters.

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