Emmerdale viewers have been worried about a wee problem.
Deranged Meena has been keeping her sister Manpreet tied up and held hostage since late last year.
While Manpreet has been drugged and unable to fight back, it wasn’t her chances of escape which have been worrying viewers – but how she goes to the toilet!
"Manpreet has been tied up for days, there are no toilet facilities," said @allequalpeople on Twitter, and they weren't the only one...
How many days has Manpreet gone without a bathroom break? #emmerdaleJanuary 11, 2022
#Emmerdale Give Manpreet a commode someone 😂January 11, 2022
Manpreet must be stinking now. 9 days and no toilet. #emmerdaleJanuary 11, 2022
However, viewers needn’t worry too much. Manpreet hasn’t gone all this time without spending a penny. Although Meena makes sure she doesn’t spend too much!
When Manpreet asked for a drink on Tuesday's episode, Meena obliged. Although she was clearly rationing the fluids.
“But not too much,” she said as she put a water bottle to her sister’s mouth. “I don't have time to take you to the bucket.”
So, that's that, then!
However, her toilet arrangements may be the least of Manpreet’s worries following the episode.
After Liam came suspicious of Meena’s behaviour, he confronted her about the fact that the hospital had no record of her pregnancy or her miscarriage.
Meena tried to manipulate the situation by blackmailing Liam, reminding him that he woke up in her bed after getting drunk at Christmas – a situation totally engineered by Meena.
However, Meena knew that the net was closing in, so accelerated her plans.
She had hoped to fake the murder of Vinny – her other hostage – to look like he was drunk at the wheel and crashed. Which would then leave her and Manpreet alone for her sister’s final goodbye.
But Manpreet changed her mind and declared to her terrified hostages…
“You’re going out in a blazer of glory, people. And you’re both going… today!”
Has Manpreet made her final trip to spend a penny?
Steven is a writer, editor, and commentator with a passion for popular TV and soap operas. He spent 20 years as the editor of Inside Soap magazine, documenting every punch up and pucker up in the Street, the Square and the village. As a feature writer he’s covered TV crime dramas, period dramas and even some real-life star dramas. He’s been seen as a talking head on more TV clip shows than he cares to remember, has a
a life-long passion for TV sci-fi – the older and creakier the better – and is a slight obsessive about any reality show featuring hotels.
Get the latest updates, reviews and unmissable series to watch and more!
Thank you for signing up to Whattowatch. You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.