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Emmerdale spoilers! What happens when Mandy Dingle fronts up to Connor?

Will Mandy pay up in Emmerdale

It's crunch time for Mandy Dingle who heads off to rescue Paul from scary thug Connor.

Has Emmerdale's Mandy Dingle got the money in Wednesday's episode on ITV from 7pm (see our TV Guide for full listings)?

Mandy Dingle has miraculously got a bag full of cash for Paul's kidnapper Connor - but she won't tell Vinny, Liv (Isobel Steele) or Lydia (Karen Blick) where it's come from.

Armed with a cricket bat, Mandy (Lisa Riley) heads off to confront Connor who has kidnapped Paul (Reece Dinsdale) and wants £4K or else.

Vinny (Bradley Johnson) insists on accompanying Mandy as they wait in the layby for Connor's arrival. When the van looms into view, Vinny is petrified. Connor steps out… will Mandy cough up and get Paul out of his clutches?

Will Mandy pay the money in Emmerdale

Mandy fronts up to kidnapper Connor who wants £4K for Paul's release… How will the ordeal end?

Laurel (Charlotte Bellamy) notices Gabby's (Rosie Bentham) looking upset. Gabby gives her the brush off.

Laurel is concerned in Emmerdale

Laurel tries to find out what's upset Gabby

It's Jamie Tate (Alex Lincoln) who Gabby wants to talk to but he shuts her down and cruelly comments that their one-night stand was a drunken mistake!

Gabby approaches Jamie in Emmerdale

Gabby wants to talk to Jamie but he tells her their one-night stand was a drunken mistake

Putting the boot in, Jamie urges Gabby to forget all about it, leaving the smitten young woman hurt and devastated.

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