Reeling in the wake of Kerry Wyatt's killer confession about Frank, terrified Tracy tries to run away and in the struggle, she knocks her dad's killer to the ground…
Emmerdale's Tracy Metcalfe (Amy Walsh) can't actually believe what she's heard. Kerry Wyatt (Laura Norton), her so-called friend, has just confessed to killing her dad Frank (Michael Praed)!
Reeling in horror at the betrayal and lies her so-called friend has fed her for weeks on end, Tracy panics.
Kerry meanwhile, is on a mission to salvage something from the situation and at least keep her guilty daughter Amy's (Natalie Ann Jamieson) name out of it for Amy's little son Kyle's sake.
But Tracy's got a hunch that Kerry is holding something back and calls Amy over to the house in Emmerdale.
As events spiral, Kerry and Amy try to trap Tracy in a bid to get her to listen to their side of the story and to stop her from going to the police.
They just want to explain. But Tracy is now terrified of the two women and determined to get away.
As she makes a run for it, Tracy knocks down Kerry who falls to the ground…
In possession of Moira's phone, Pete (Anthony Quinlan) cancels a call from her husband Cain (Jeff Hordley).
Having discovered Nate (Jurell Carter) is not in his caravan, the farmhand has done the maths and has worked out he's with his boss between the sheets.
At the hotel, the secret lovers are in bed together when a call from Pete to Nate shatters everything as Pete reveals he knows about their affair. Will he tell Cain?
A wedding competition causes tension between Liam (Jonny McPherson) and Bernice (Sam Giles) and Sam (James Hooton) and Lydia (Karen Blick).
This is the second of tonight's episodes to Emmerdale on ITV.
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