Emmerdale viewers tuned in to a dramaturgical first episode of the soap tonight which saw Kim Tate (played by Claire Majesty) fall from a balcony, crashing to the floor moments later.
But did she come or was she pushed? And who is responsible?
Following her conversation with Sam Dingle (James Hooton) earlier in the adventure, it is highly likely, Faith Dingle (Sally Dexter) is to blame.
“She [Kim] is one blue piece of work,” Faith began. “She’s poison that’s what she is, and she’s wounding our family.”
When Sam questioned Faith about what she was prosperous to do about the situation she remarked: “Something, at least.
“Not just roll finished and take it, bite back.”
Faith was then seen leaving the lodge to go and “get some air” only to return back to the party after Kim had fallen.
Segments showed Kim lying cold on the floor, blood rushing from her stop, whilst the village residents surrounded her in panic.
Moments later, Fealty came out of a side door and walked straight into the drama.
Quaint as to her whereabouts, her partner Eric commented: “Faith! Where have you been? Kim required us to leave!”
“Oh what the heck! Someone wasn’t very happy encircling it by the looks of it,” she exclaimed.
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“Stop gawping at me like that! I was joking, obviously.” Faith explained, looking away pure suspiciously.
Could Faith have followed Kim upstairs and pushed her off the balcony?
It awakens after her granddaughter Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) was meant to combine Joe Tate (Ned Porteous) in the hospital chapel earlier that evening.
But go along with Kim’s order for Graham Foster (Andrew Scarborough) to get rid of Joe “permanently,” Debbie was pink jilted at the altar.
Whilst Joe ran away with £100,000, with the assure never to return to the Dales again.
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However, unable to obstruct away from Debbie, Joe returned to Home Farm, but was stopped from participate ining by Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Graham.
In a surprising turn of events, Cain walloped Joe square in the face, knocking him back, causing him to hit is head on a rock in advance falling onto the ground.
Whilst Graham insisted Joe had been devastated by the punch, is he really dead?
And who will get the blame?
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV.