Emmerdale: Belle chats to Zak about Tom
Emmerdale’s Belle Dingle (played by Eden Taylor-Draper) finally broke the news to her family that she had rekindled her romance with Tom King (James Chase).
Tom recently arrived in the village, although, viewers have quickly become suspicious of the newcomer’s intentions.
During Thursday’s hour-long episode, Belle’s dad, Zak Dingle (Steve Halliwell) made a rare appearance in the ITV soap.
“You’re going to find out anyway,” she told Sam (James Hooton) and Vinny Dingle (Bradley Johnson). “Thomas King, Tom now.”
“You two are walking out together again?” Zak chipped in as Sam raged: “After the way he treated you?”
“Was it bad?” Vinny asked as Sam added: “He ended up kidnapping her.
“I am your big brother, it is my job to worry about you getting hurt again.”
“So this, Tom is a changed man, is he?” Zak asked before adding: “I am happy for you then, Belle.”
Following the episode, fans took to Twitter in droves to share their thoughts on Zak, with many airing their concerns about his health.
@lindibea went on to point out: “Zak doesn’t look well … #Emmerdale.”
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@PipToodle1 asked: “Is Zack in #Emmerdale ill? He looks really poorly.” (sic)
@Matt528chap tweeted: “Oh Dear-Is it me or does Zak not look well at all.”
While @gffcontwitch added: “Damn Zak looks rough, and slurring his words #Emmerdale.”
“Is Zak Ill? #emmerdale,” @fieldy56 quizzed as @Floral_Fanatic_ Aww shared: “I hope Zac is ok #emmerdale.”
Elsewhere in the episode, Chloe Harris (played by Jessie Elland) was getting ready to leave the village in a bid to keep her fling with Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) a secret.
However, things took an unexpected turn when baby Reuben was rushed to hospital.
Liam Cavanagh (Jonny McPherson) became concerned when checking the baby’s temperature, and told Chloe they needed to go to A&E.
Although, as the news spread across the village, Mack started to worry and secretly went to the hospital behind Charity Dingle’s (Emma Atkins) back.
It later turned out that baby Reuben had contracted bacterial meningitis and was being monitored by the doctors and nurses
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7.30pm on ITV.
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