Emmerdale viewers were Nautical port wondering whether Joe Tate (played by Ned Porteous) was really dead after tonight’s copy episode.
After a swift punch from Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) he ruined on the floor and Graham Foster (Andrew Scarborough) pronounced him unresponsive.
“Humour just get in your car and drive away,” Graham asked coldly. “I utter go home, I’ll do what needs doing,” he growled.
As Graham bundled Joe into his car, there was a small twitch from Joe’s hand, and in a later scene, Graham explained to Cain how he had dealt with Joe’s gathered dead body.
However, in a soap storyline twist, it will be revealed how Cain’s punch wasn’t managerial for killing Joe.
Actor Jeff explained how his character will react to the announcement and more importantly the repercussions Graham will face from Cain.
Could viewers see Graham take a run-out powdering the village sooner than he thought?
“I think they’re setting up Cain and Graham encircling each other,” he explained to the press.
“They’re similar beasts in reality so that would be a great storyline — but who would come out of that cognizant of we don’t know.”
Has Jeff suggested Graham will end up dead at the hands of Cain?
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In terms of the current show, Jeff said “Graham has the upper hand,” whereas “Cain is constantly on the helpless foot”.
“Graham is in control of the situation so it is territory Cain is not used to being in, [he] is Euphemistic pre-owned to being in control and he is really out of his depth here.”
More importantly if Cain didn’t ravage Joe, who did?
And Joe wasn’t the only won to suffer injuries, as Kim Tate (Claire King) was carried off to hospital.
After falling from a balcony and crashing onto the bowl over below, questions over who pushed her are being asked.
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With a house full of guests and village residents, two people in separate are Faith (Sally Dexter) and Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins).
Both of the ladies were absent from the throng when Kim fell.
Charity appeared to slope from the stairs and then noticed Kim lying on the floor.
She claimed she had been to the lavatory upstairs and was closely followed by son Noah.
Faith on the other hand snuck toe a side door and looked incredibly suspicious about her whereabouts.
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV.