On Emmerdale the following week, David’s entire way of life is in jeopardy, Vinnie bids a final farewell, Nicola tries to move on, and Cain is left on his own as Amy and Moira take the kids away.
The moment Moira’s husband Cain (Jeff Hordley) was taken into custody by armed police for the murder of Al Chapman (Michael Wildman), she felt as though her life had been ripped apart. However, the real shock came when Cain decided to enter a guilty plea.
Moira realized that something more had to be going on because Cain would never typically give up without a fight, but she was unprepared for the heartbreaking truth that Cain was hiding from Kyle, his 10-year-old son (Huey Quinn).
While Cain was telling Moira the truth, a traumatized Kyle was telling his mother Amy the truth at home (Natalie Ann Jamieson).
Moira is aware that it is her responsibility to keep Kyle safe in accordance with Cain’s wishes because Cain won’t consider any other choice but to take the fall himself.
Natalie J. Robb explains, “She’s fighting for Kyle and his mental health.” To protect Kyle and prevent him from entering a prison, they must work to remain united. Moira is working to maintain the family’s unity.
Amy taking matters into her own hands by fleeing the village with Kyle, however, was something Moira hadn’t counted on.
Moira had believed she had talked Amy out of it, despite the fact that she was aware Cain had suggested it because he was worried Kyle had told someone about the crime already.
When Moira visits Cain, she is upset and he is surprised when she admits that she is not suited for this, implying that perhaps Amy had the right idea in fleeing.
As a result, Moira decides to leave the village as well, taking Isaac, the son of Cain, with her (Bobby Dunsmeir).
At that point, Natalie admits, “I think it’s all too much for her, and she loses the plot a little bit.” She believes that leaving the situation and all of the circumstances surrounding it is the best course of action, so no one should say anything inappropriate.
After discovering that Amy and Kyle have arrived in Belfast safely, Moira decides to move Isaac and herself over to join them.
“She is relieved,” Natalie explains. “But her mission after that is to keep Isaac and Kyle together, and also to keep an eye on the situation.”
To deliver the news to Cain while he is incarcerated, Moira’s brother Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb) is left in charge. Not to mention the fact that Mack now knows the truth about Kyle, Cain is enraged to learn that Moira has already left the village.
So, will this be the last time we see Moira? Thankfully, Moira eventually understands the situation and decides to become a “prison wife,” as Natalie reveals.
She chuckles, “She comes back from Belfast and says, ‘It was a blip!'” She is now fine, though, and says we can make it work. She isn’t really sure if she can do it, but at this point she feels as though she has to give it her all because Cain is the love of her life and she is related to him.
Natalie continues, “There are scenes where Moira says she’ll do whatever it takes to keep this family together. Moira has always been passionate about her family, so that is her thing.
Also coming up next week…
Following their dramatic courtroom confrontation, Naomi (Karene Peter) apologizes profusely to assault victim Nicola (Nicola Wheeler).
Nicola had been determined that Naomi would be held accountable even though Naomi had not participated in the assault, which was instead carried out by her previous friends.
Nicola is moved by Naomi’s sincerity and finally has closure on the entire situation. Will she be able to let go of her fear and move on at last?
When David (Matthew Wolfenden) receives a speeding ticket elsewhere in the village, his entire way of life is put in danger.
When David receives the notification in the mail, he has plans to set up a delivery service in an effort to increase the services his shop provides.
David takes desperate action by asking Victoria (Isabel Hodgins), who is shocked by his request, if she will take the blame for him after realizing that the points he has accumulated could result in the loss of his license.
Meanwhile, as he gets ready to scatter Liv’s ashes outside the community cricket pavilion, Vinny (Bradley Johnson) says his final goodbyes to his beloved wife Liv (Isobel Steele).
Vinny wrestles with the finality of it all and questions whether he is prepared to say goodbye, but his new dog Chip has other plans.
Chip manages to knock over the urn-holding table as he stands up. Liv’s ashes fly in spite of Mandy’s (Lisa Riley) best efforts!
Vinny bursts out laughing while sprawled on the floor, covered in the remains of his deceased wife.
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