- Writer – Dawn Harrison
- Writer – Kirsty Halton
- Director – Alex Browning
Having witnessed the intimidation, Al agrees to go to the police and confronts Ethan about representing him. When Charles expresses his own doubts, stressed-out Ethan resolves to pull out of the case, regardless of the consequences for his career.
Ethan meets Jordan at the office to advise him that he can no longer represent him. Jordan’s wife, Courtney, is horrified when seething Jordan’s latent racism is increasingly apparent. Sickened and ashamed Courtney can’t bear to be around her racist husband any more. Her abrupt exit only increases Jordan’s ire towards Ethan. Ethan’s shaken but relieved when aggressive Jordan finally leaves his office.
Outside the subway, relaxed and happy Ethan arranges an evening with Marcus. Unbeknownst to him, Jordan is following close behind. At the subway, Ethan is alarmed to be accosted by Jordan; his racist tirade is too much and he calls him out for what he is. Jordan responds by throwing him to the floor. Ethan is filled with dread over what this man is capable of…
Faith helps out Sam and Lydia.
Marlon’s anxious as his physio Kit arrives at Smithy Cottage to assist him with the next stage of his recovery. Marlon’s dejected after finding his physio session a struggle. When Kit recommends painting to rehabilitate his motor control, Marlon’s quick to reject the idea but can Mary change his mind?
- Amelia Flanagan as April Windsor
- Ash Palmisciano as Matty Barton
- Claire King as Kim Tate
- Darcy Grey as Marcus Dean
- Dean Andrews as Will Taylor
- Emile John as Ethan Anderson
- Emma Atkins as Charity Dingle
- Fiona Wade as Priya Kotecha
- Jack Parr as Jordan Greenlow
- James Hooton as Sam Dingle
- Jay Kontzle as Billy Fletcher
- Jonny Mcpherson As Liam Cavanagh
- Karen Blick as Lydia Dingle
- Katherine Dow Blyton as Harriet Finch
- Kevin Mathurin as Charles Anderson
- Lesley Dunlop as Brenda Walker
- Louise Jameson as Mary Goskirk
- Lucy Farrar as Courtney
- Mark Charnock as Marlon Dingle
- Martelle Edinborough as Suzy Merton
- Michael Wildman as Al Chapman
- Michelle Hardwick as Vanessa Woodfield
- Roxy Shahidi as Leyla Cavanagh
- Sally Dexter as Faith Dingle
- Thoren Ferguson as Kit
- Zoe Henry as Rhona Goskirk
Emmerdale airs on weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV.