There’s drama heading for Emmerdale when Graham Foster makes a shocking confession – but what does this new revelation mean for his future?
Emmerdale fans have known for months that Graham has got blood on his hands after killing Joe Tate and dumping his body at Hotten viaduct.
But despite the fact he was definitely the one to finish Joe off, Cain Dingle still believes he is the one who killed his daughter’s fiancé after punching him when he stood Debbie up at the altar.
In the last few weeks viewers have seen the pressure of having killed his best friend getting too much for the business man and Graham has well and truly fallen off the wagon and started to hit the booze once again.
But thankfully the former alcoholic has got himself straight in the nick of time… but that doesn’t mean the fact he turned to drink once again hasn’t hit him hard.
When Debbie gets a gift from Joe from beyond the grave, it all turns out to be a misunderstanding, leaving her heartbroken that it’s not a sign he is still alive and well somewhere.
But thoughts of Joe lead her to go to the police and report him missing – something she realises she should have done months ago.
But of course Debbie has just opened a whole can of worms, and now Cain and Graham are at risk of getting found out.
With the pressure beginning to mount, Cain panics that his secret is about to be revealed, and Graham isn’t coping much better.
Turning to drink to numb his pain once again, Joe’s former right hand man hits the whisky – but will he end up hitting rock bottom like he did after Joe’s death?
Knowing that she will understand, Graham finds comfort in Laurel, confessing that he is an alcoholic and is struggling to control his drinking.
Laurel is understanding and listens to Graham talk, and in the end she urges him to open up to Megan, knowing the pair have got a lot to talk about.
But even with Graham getting the help he so desperately needs, how will be cope as the net continues to close in round him?
Surely it’s only a matter of time before Joe’s death is discovered, and what will happen to Cain and Graham when it is?
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
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