Kyle Winchester, the murderous child played by Huey Quinn, was seen tonight returning to the Emmerdale village with his mother Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson).
Cain (Jeff Hordley) wasn’t experiencing the same happiness as the Dingles as they celebrated in the only way they know how: by throwing a huge party.
He was informed that one of Kyle’s bail conditions was that he was not to speak to his father, who had previously served time for the crime as part of a cover-up scheme.
The Dingle bad-boy, however, wasn’t pleased with this arrangement and, in typical Cain fashion, took off when he didn’t get his way.
Amy was upset by Cain’s behavior, which infuriated Cain’s partner Matty Barton (Ash Palmisciano).
Matty visited Cain and, adamant that he wanted an apology for Amy, told him everything he felt.
Cain threatened Matty while pinning him against the refrigerator, once more using his fists rather than his brain.
Matty, who was visibly shaken, noted that this exemplified his argument: Why would the courts send a child to a violent thug for a parent?
Cain clearly took offense to what he said because he demanded that he get his belongings and leave right away.
When drunk Cain arrived at the Woolpack and discovered the Dingle family celebrating with their estranged brother Caleb, things only got worse (Will Ash).
The mechanic declared the family to be “backstabbers” as he stormed out after this, which was his last straw.
How far will Cain go to get Kyle back with him? It is obvious that he is committed to doing so.
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