After a roaring success in Sam & Lydia Dingle's episode on Monday it was up to Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Aaron Sugden-Dingle (Danny Miller) to tell their lockdown story.
Here is a few things of what we learnt.
Aaron has had a drastic haircut:
Presumably Danny Miller has done what a lot of men in lockdown have done; get the hair clippers out and do a DIY job. Although this is not confirmed.
Aaron is out-of-work and Cain is in-on-work:
While Aaron has had to close the scrapyard due to CoronaVirus (COVID-19) Pandemic, it was revealed Cain has kept the garage open due to it being an essential business.
Aaron spends the day slaying dragons:
While Cain is out doing adult stuff, Aaron is indoors on the PlayStation.
Moira still has Cain in the doghouse:
Coming back from Butlers Farm, Cain is in a mood. Aaron asks him what's up where he tells his nephew that Moira is still being awkward about the birthday card (Cain got her a card saying 50 and she's really 49). Cain reminds Aaron that she was the one who had the affair.
Robert makes contact with Aaron:
Seeing a letter with a prison stamp on it, Cain hides it away from Aaron presuming he is over all of that stuff with Robert. Later Aaron tells his uncle he still has feelings for Robert and is worried about how he's coping in all of this. Eventually the letter is found and Aaron reads its contents. Robert apologises to Aaron with the way things ended and it gave him some closure. Aaron decides to try and move on.
Cain is always the little dog:
Playing a game of Monopoly, Cain is always the Little Dog but the counter is nowhere to be seen as it was a dodgy set Robert bought from a bring and buy sale.
Cain has a strange choice of favourite film genre:
It was revealed Cain likes the chick flick Mean Girls.
Emmerdale is back with more lockdown on Monday 15 June at 19:00 on ITV/STV.