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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Margaret Simpson, 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
Eric Pollard Christopher Chittell
Alan is shattered to discover Shelly’s left home but Steph picks up the pieces playing the perfect daughter.
The Dingles worry whether Sam should scarper or face the music and go to court.
Nicola reckons Simon and Tash are up to something
Nicola has a fight with Tash after she makes a move on Simon
Turner (Richard Thorp) is devastated when he takes a breakfast tray to Shelly’s (Carolyn Pickles) room to try and make amends, only to discover that she has packed up and moved on without so much as saying goodbye.
As he looks sadly at the antique ring he had given her, which she left behind on the bedside table, Turner realises what he has lost.
Elsewhere, Natasha (Sally Evans) gives Simon (Dale Meeks) a card saying sorry for her unwelcome advance the previous day. He makes light of the situation but is in hot water when Nicola spots the card in his jacket pocket as they eat lunch.
Furious, she demands to know what’s going on between them. Simon sheepishly admits that Tash came onto him but tries to play the whole thing down.
Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) is livid and storms out of the pub and up to her rival’s chip van. She snatches the fish that Natasha is wrapping out of her hands and throws it at her. Emily (Kate McGregor) tries to stop her, but Nicola grabs Tash by the hair and the pair are soon embroiled in the cat fight from hell, witnessed by a captive audience.
Meanwhile, as Marlon (Mark Charnock) confirms the arrangements for Sam’s (James Hooton) escape to Ireland, Lisa (Jane Cox) worries whether they are doing the right thing.