He’s been spoiling for his comeuppance for weeks after revealing his true identity and fleecing the Dingles, and who better to get revenge on Joe Tate than Debbie?
Still humiliated and devastated, she comes up with a plan involving copious amounts of petrol and a lighter, with the intention of blowing up Home Farm with Joe inside it.
The pair face off, with Joe frightened and angry about what Debbie plans to do, while Debbie lets rip about all of the ghastly things he has done to her and her family.
Perhaps luckily for them both, Cain and Ross realise in the nick of time what Debbie’s planning and Joe manages to escape punishment… for now.
The next day, Joe decides to go for a run in the woods (bad move, Joe) and is terrified when a masked man with a gun stops him in his tracks.
Joe manages to flee in the opposite direction, only to be felled by a tripwire and fall into a deep pit.
As the gunman leaves him there to rot, Joe is left wondering if this is the moment he’ll meet his maker…
Bob cheats again?
However much she has tried to forgive Bob’s betrayal, Brenda cannot put it out of her mind.
She’s haunted by images of her fiancé doing the dirty with a mystery woman, and she wants to know who she is.
Matters aren’t helped when her suspicions are aroused once more – Bob tells her he’s going out with Daz, but when Brenda bumps into Kerry, she’s adamant the pair aren’t together.
Brenda breaks down, convinced he’s playing away again, and tells Kerry she needs to know the identity of his fling.
Laurel would do well to visit her sister again before the truth comes out – because this is soapland, so it inevitably will…
Emmerdale's Debbie confronts Joseph Tait for ordering the bulldozing of the Dingle's home
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