As Liv Flaherty continues to self-destruct an ugly scene blows up with her brother Aaron
Liv has been in a terrible place since Paul Ashdale died on his wedding day.
She feels she played a big part in his death which happened in hospital after Jimmy King's truck smashed into the barn where Paul stood waiting to get married to Mandy Dingle.
Liv (Isobel Stelle) was inside the barn too. She'd gone there to confront the violent gambling addict about what he'd secretly been doing to Vinny (Bradley Johnson).
Though there wasn't really anything Liv could have done to save Paul (Reece Dinsdale), she doesn't see it that way and has reverted to drink to cope.
Watching his sister self-destruct is killing Aaron (Danny Miller) but Liv doesn't want to listen to his advice and certainly doesn't feel up to talking more to Vinny about that fateful day.
Instead, she goes to the Woolie, gets hammered and starts talking to a sleazy guy called Max.
Aaron's stunned when Liv gears up to go home with the random stranger but when he tries to intervene she flips and tells her brother to do one.
Gabby plays with fire
Over at Home Farm, Gabby's (Rosie Bentham) clad in designer gear thanks to her ill-gotten gains.
She's been using Kim's (Claire King) wooziness and her confusion to her advantage and rifling through Kim's notebook to get access to the Tate's business accounts.
But is Jamie Tate's (Alex Lincoln) mole Noah about to suss her?
Also, Ben tells Vic (Isabel Hodgins) he's not over Aaron.
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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