- Writer: Adam Sales
- Director: Suri Krishnamma
A flashforward opens this special week of episodes. In the gloom we see a misty graveyard with an open grave. We see and hear the slamming of an iron police cell door and we hear a gunshot ringing out in the woods before panning up to see a smoking crumpled crashed car steaming in the gloom having just had a terrible accident…
With Jacob in the sin bin is Chloe naively running straight into the arms of creep Noah? Jacob’s frustrated no one seems to believe him. Victoria finally hears his case and Jacob voices how he thinks Noah pinched Chloe’s journal and keys. Meanwhile, unsuspecting Chloe agrees to spend the day with Noah at his house just hanging out.
Soon the scales fall from her eyes, she is astonished to have her fears confirmed at the extent of the evidence in front of her. It is very clear Noah Dingle has been stalking Chloe for weeks…
At Home Farm Gabby is living in fear. She knows Jamie Tate is still at large and is just terrified he will choose his moment to strike.
The feud between Al and Cain shows no sign of abating this week. Al’s annoyed Cain has returned his car but after finding a cable tie securing the drive shaft in the engine he guesses Cain has further sabotaged the car.
Faith girds herself to make things up with Cain but her attempt just unleashes a torrent of abuse from him and even Chas tells her to get lost.
- Ash Palmisciano as Matty Barton
- Claire King as Kim Tate
- Daisy Campbell as Amelia Spencer
- Dean Andrews as Will Taylor
- Emma Atkins as Charity Dingle
- Isabel Hodgins as Victoria Sugden
- Jack Downham as Noah Dingle
- Jay Kontzle as Billy Fletcher
- Jeff Hordley as Cain Dingle
- Jessie Elland as Chloe Harris
- Joe-Warren Plant as Jacob Gallagher
- Laura Norton as Kerry Wyatt
- Liam Fox as Dan Spencer
- Lucy Pargeter as Chas Dingle
- Matthew Wolfenden as David Metcalfe
- Michael Wildman as Al Chapman
- Olivia Bromley as Dawn Fletcher
- Rosie Bentham as Gabby Thomas
- Sally Dexter as Faith Dingle
- Tony Audenshaw as Bob Hope
Emmerdale airs on weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV.