Fans of Emmerdale are aware that Cain Dingle doesn’t always make the best choices, but one of his upcoming movements might cause him to look back and regret his choices.
While he waits for his court appearance for the murder of Al Chapman, Cain (played by Jeff Hordley) isn’t supposed to be visiting his son Kyle (Huey Quinn) (Michael Wildman). Though the stalwart of Emmerdale has been having trouble adhering to the rule, actor Jeff Hordley has hinted at what might be in store for his character. According to the ITV soap opera, Cain may end up making matters even worse for himself as his ex exacts revenge on him.
Cain will become irate in upcoming scenes on the ITV soap after being warned to avoid Kyle.
“He [Cain] simply feels like [Amy Wyatt, Natalie Ann Jamieson] are relishing this,” the actor said.
“He’s not being really sensible, and he just believes she’s enjoying this when, in reality, she’s not.
She is merely trying to please Kyle, but he doesn’t perceive it that way.
“When Will [Taylor, Dean Andrews] sees Kyle with Will and Will’s grandson, Kyle goes over to him and asks, “Are you coming to the shop with us?” To which Will responds, “Oh no, he can’t do that.”
“”Well, why can’t I do that?” Cain asks. Will begins to say things like “you’re not permitted to see him” and “Amy’s told me everything,” which unwittingly gets Cain worked up. The sequence finishes with Will thinking he’s doing the right thing.
Simply said, Will believes he is acting morally by forbidding him from seeing Cain even if Cain has said, “I’m going to take you for an orange juice,” despite Amy’s orders to the contrary.
The courts have ordered that I not visit him, but only because he will be utilizing my statement, they have stated.
Jeff carried on: “Going there is not very risky for us. Will disagrees with Cain’s assertion that it is safe for him to buy his son orange juice.
“Cain usually reacts in the same way because he has a short fuse. He only thinks, “Who are you to tell me that I can’t see my son?,” not considering the wider picture.
He is unaware that if he persists in being unreasonable, Amy can make life difficult for him.
Could Amy prevent Cain from ever seeing Kyle again? She might use extreme measures to make Cain understand that he must adhere to the rules.
Since Cain is not likely to take this well and the Emmerdale stalwart is now going through a lot with his family, would he jeopardize the future of both Kyle and himself in order to see his son?
He has been urged by his family to follow the court’s orders and temporarily avoid Kyle, but he is yearning to see Kyle.
Amy might be worried that Cain will try to visit Kyle behind her back after their argument with Will.
Could she remove him to prevent Cain from regaining custody of his son?
It appears Cain may be ready to make things even worse for him because Jeff tease Amy will make things difficult for him.
Amy could believe she has no choice because the villager continually threatening to break the laws; nevertheless, Cain would be devastated if Kyle were taken away from him.
Emmerdale will resume on ITV on Monday at 7.30 p.m.
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