It's the morning-after-the-night-before for hungover Liv who's about to get a dose of tough love from Chas Dingle.
With Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) in a state about his sister Liv who's started drinking again, Chas takes charge.
Upset to see her son so stressed and wanting to help Liv, the mum heads over to Mill to tackle the problem.
Meanwhile, at Mill, Liv (Isobel Steele) has woken up with a hangover. As she takes in the carnage of the night before she has a tonic seizure.
She's shocked when Chas (Lucy Pargeter) arrives, locks the door and takes her phone. Will Chas' heavy-handed tactics be the answer to Liv's problem or will the lockdown make matters worse?
At Home Farm, Jamie's spy Noah tells him that his confused mum Kim (Claire King) is using a notebook to try to keep track of what's what.
But Jamie's (Alex Lincoln) not the only one who's suss about Gabby (Rosie Bentham). Kim herself have started to suspect that Gabby's been up to no good.
As she doles out specific instructions to Gabby, is Kim trying to trip her up?
Soon enough the situation blows up but Gabby tries to explain everything away by blaming Kim's current memory problems.
Gabby pours Kim a brandy and promises to keep Kim's 'confusion' a secret. Gabby's relieved to have got away with it until she notices Noah lurking… how much has he heard?
Unaware that her brandy is being poisoned by a mystery enemy, Kim bites the bullet and accepts it's time to face her fear and have a proper test for dementia.
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays - see our TV Guide for full listings.
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