After noticing one incident that the executives seemed to overlook as the storm continues to wreak havoc, Emmerdale viewers were less than impressed with the most recent episode of the ITV soap.
Emmerdale viewers got to see how the massive storm that has been wreaking havoc in the village on Tuesday’s episode. Fans saw Vinny Dingle (Bradley Johnson) and Liv Dingle (Isobel Steele) become trapped beneath a caravan that was thrown at them due to the severe weather during the episode. People were quick to point out that the trees in the distance were perfectly still despite the gale-force winds.
The storm has affected every Emmerdale resident in some way, and on Tuesday’s episode, Liv and Vinny became its newest casualties.
After being hurt in the commotion, Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) was taken to the hospital, and her husband Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt) asks if they can both go to the Woolpack to take care of their daughter Eve.
Vinny and Liv brave the weather and step outside. His scarf blows off, and he tries to catch it, but his new wife notices that a caravan is approaching them.
The young couple was left unconscious under the caravan as a result of the young woman running to her husband and the vehicle being thrown at them as a result of the storm.
People were drawn to the background of the scene instead of the dramatic scene, which was intended to make viewers wonder if they would survive the accident.
Viewers noticed the trees in the distance appeared to stand still, despite the winds being strong enough to throw a caravan at Vinny and Liv.
It didn’t take long for people to use Twitter to draw attention to the significant error that seemed to have gone unnoticed by superiors.
A localized storm, according to Steve, is not causing the trees in the background to sway.
This was way too extravagant, said Chris Clare. A vehicle blew over? Trees were bending, but ten yards away, they were completely still! It was so overdone it was embarrassing. Is it just me, or has the sound quality been shocking for the past week or so?
Well, I apologize, #emmerdale As the “storm” passes through the village, blowing a caravan onto Vin+liv and Sam onto a tractor spike and barely moving the trees and leaves, I am rather let down by the 50th-anniversary celebrations.
The trees in the distance don’t move despite the strong winds in #emmerdale, Val tweeted. That’s where I’d be walking right now!
“Did anyone count all the trees not moving in the distance during the great storm?” questioned Steve Crumley.
“#emmerdale did anyone else notice the trees in the background were still, and I mean really still, and yet cars were flipping lol,” wrote Twitter user Sunshine67.
The young couple’s survival is still in doubt because the storm that is wreaking havoc on the show has already claimed its first victim, Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton)
Liv’s departure from Emmerdale after six years, according to a source who spoke to The Sun, may indicate that she was killed off as a result of the caravan incident.
They asserted that the 21-year-old wanted to leave the ITV soap in order to concentrate on a profession other than acting.
She feels that she has accomplished everything at Emmerdale and wants to concentrate on and succeed in her music career, according to the source.
Isobel’s departure will not differ from the way the bosses have thrown everything they have at the 50th anniversary month.
“As it all unfolds, viewers will be on the edge of their seats.”
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