Christmas is coming, and the children of Emmerdale village are wanting to see Santa! But disaster strikes when Bear bails as the shop’s Father Christmas, forcing David to step in.
Victoria is impressed that David has done the charitable thing and helped save Christmas for the kids... but while she is just pleased to see him doing the right thing for once, is David going to do his usual thing of reading way too much into something and getting his hopes up that her enthusiasm might mean something more?
There is drama still for Moira and Amy after Kyle went to see his dad, Cain, in prison. But with the lad's state of mind leaving everyone worried, Moira rushes off to see Cain in jail. But what does she have to tell him that is so desperate that it can't wait? And how will Cain react to what she has to say?
It's the morning after the night before for Etahn and Marcus, who had Ethan's boss, Greg, round for dinner. But when it seems that Greg might have not been quite all as he seemed, is there trouble in store for Ethan and Marcus's relationship?
Marcus spends the following day attempting to dismiss his own misgivings... but will it work?
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