Here are four things we learnt in tonight's (Wednesday 13 May 2020) Emmerdale.
Will Taylor discharged himself from the local medical facility:
Billy Fletcher (Jay Kontzle) noticed a taxi outside Woodbine Cottage so he went into the house to discover Will Taylor (Dean Andrews) slumped in a heap, still with his coat on.
Vanessa asks Charity to adopt Johnny:
Arriving at Jacobs Fold with documents for Vanessa Woodfield (Michelle Hardwick), Rhona Goskirk (Zoe Henry) presented Vanessa with the paperwork to put the wheeels-in-motion for Johnny Woodfield (Luca Hepworth) to be looked after by Rhona in the event of Vanessa's death. Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) - who is Vanessa's fiancée - seemingly had gone against the idea but it was soon made clear that the reason Charity hesitated to be Johnny's guardian is because she couldn't stand the thought of Vanessa dying. After a long discussion with Rhona, Charity finally came to her senses about Vanessa and vise-versa. In the closing moments of the episode, Charity told Tracy Metcalfe (Amy Walsh) that Vanessa asked her to adolpt Johnny.
Wendy believes Luke & Victoria are perfect for each other:
Speaking to Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) in The Woolpack, Wendy Posner (Susan Cookson) desperatly wants Victoria Sugden (Isabel Hodgins) to be her son's (Wendy's son, not Victoria's) to be with her claiming they're "absolutely perfect for each other".
Harriet gives Will one more go:
Pleading with Rev. Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) in Woodbine Cottage, Will is another one who is desperate to make amends with his family. Following a long conversation with Harriet, even swearing on a Bible, Will wholeheartedly apologised for the mess he's caused in recent weeks. Harriet gives him one last chance but if he steps out of line again then they're indefinitely over.
The drama is slowly picking up again in Yorkshire, let's hope it continues.
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