Teenager Cathy Hope from Emmerdale has been having trouble with her periods and recently made the decision to take the pill to help with her mood swings.
The hormone changes that Cathy Hope (Gabrielle Dowling) has been experiencing have caused her and her father Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) to frequently argue and clash. She and a few friends had planned to attend a concert during Friday’s episode of Emmerdale, but after getting intoxicated and being taken to the hospital, she once again caused her family problems.
Kicking off the episode on Friday night, Cathy and April Windsor (Amelia Flanagan) walked downstairs and exclaimed: “I can’t wait for T’Quila Roxx tonight.”
Bob teased: “Really? We Haven’t heard you mention it!”
Wendy Posner (Susan Cookson) added: “Right, well, best I remember to bring along me earplugs that I bought for your dad’s snoring.
“I’m the chaperone, not a teenybopper. Oh and I’m not working today so we can head off straight after tea.”
Wendy and Bob left the room, leaving Cathy alone with April to share her grand scheme: “Suckers! the way it is. It is not a. There is no such- the the more it is done, the more it is done, the more it is done.
“My new strategy is far superior, and the boys will adore it!” Afterwards, they shoved their bags and coats to the ground and skipped off to the concert.
Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) was making a sarcastic remark when Wendy entered the cafe: “Oh, here she comes. the oldest teen in Yorkshire
Brenda, would you like a cup of tea? Wendy responded, choosing to ignore the remark.
Brenda, on the other hand, persisted in making fun of Wendy, saying, “I was expecting you to be wearing deely boppers and a rara skirt and pretending you knew all the words.”
They were inquired about whether they were attending an 80s costume party by Liam Cavanagh (Jonny McPherson).
No, Wendy retorted. I’m going to a show with Cathy and April tonight,” he said before adding that she should consider herself lucky to be able to go.
“Lucky? “, remarked Brenda. Because Cathy believes you are a pushover, she is allowing you to accompany her. I’m the one who raised her, and Bob and I are working together to discredit me.
“What if she experiences one of her tantrums? You are aware of my feelings on this, so if everything goes wrong, you should take the blame.”
After successfully persuading the boys to attend the concert, Cathy left to buy some alcohol for their day out.
Cathy, acting erratically, decided to stand on the bridge to impress one of the boys she was with, but Bob and Wendy stopped her before she could do so.
When April inquired as to how much she had already consumed, the woman exclaimed: “I do not require any! My life is wonderful!” before almost going over the bridge.
Bob decided to take Cathy to the hospital out of concern for her mental health, where Brenda barged in and demanded, “How’s Cathy? All of this is your fault!
I forewarned you that this might occur when you got her riled up about the concert. Brenda, she pulled the wool over our eyes too, Wendy said in response.
The tension between Brenda and Wendy was noted by ITV soap opera viewers, who speculated that another argument was about to start.
Here we go, another Brenda vs. Wendy, said @ShakyWoon. #Emmerdale.”
Ryan Glendenning said, “Wow!” “Wendy believes she is accompanying Cathy to a concert. Watch Wendy; she thinks she’s cool. #Emmerdale.”
DavidPlatters commented: “I sense Brenda and Wendy are about to clash… Everyone is being pushed by Cathy to greater heights.”
Brad Hanran continued: “Brenda did, in fact, warn her. She’s unimpressed, and I predict an impending explosion.”
@tashamash87 theorised: “FIGHT! Brenda and Wendy are having a lot of conflict, so Cathy will soon realize what she is doing to her family.” (sic)
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