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Episode #1.3561
Emmerdale Episode #1.3561 (1972– )
TV Episode
  • Director:
    Tracey Rooney
  • Category:
  • Writer:
    Gavin Blyth,John Chambers
  • Cast:
    John Middleton,Oliver Young,Kate McGregor
  • Time:
    30min
  • Year:
    1972–
Zoe has Charity on her mind rather than the two men who just broke into her house and she wants to go and shoot her but Zak manages to talk her around with a speech about him not killing Chris when Butch died, thanks to Lisa and the prospect of a likely jail sentence, and that his family - including Charity - are precious to him and just like with Butch, he would want to revenge Charity. Zoe gives Zak a ride to the graveyard where the funeral is continuing. Lisa is very angry at him because she hasn't received any letters or anything from him the last weeks and she gives him a left hook! She later calms down, even tendering his bruise. He claims it was the post office's fault but she remains angry at him though. Belle is also upset about Zak. Sam is very happy that he is back though which we can clearly see in his change of mood. Lisa asks Zak about the treasure he was supposed to bring home so he shows them what he brought... a statuette of an Inca god, which he says brings future ...
Casts
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Middleton John Middleton - Reverend Ashley Thomas
Oliver Young Oliver Young - Joseph Tate
Kate McGregor Kate McGregor - Emily Kirk
Dominic Brunt Dominic Brunt - Paddy Kirk
Zoe Lambert Zoe Lambert - Rachel Whatmore
Emma Atkins Emma Atkins - Charity Tate
Charley Webb Charley Webb - Debbie Jones
Jane Cox Jane Cox - Lisa Dingle
James Hooton James Hooton - Sam Dingle
Mark Charnock Mark Charnock - Marlon Dingle
Clive Hornby Clive Hornby - Jack Sugden
Richard Thorp Richard Thorp - Alan Turner
Patrick Mower Patrick Mower - Rodney Blackstock
John Branwell John Branwell - DI Tom Keysell
Cleveland Campbell Cleveland Campbell - Danny Daggert

Emmerdale Episode #1.3561 (1972– )