There’s trouble in store for everyone’s favourite man of mystery Graham Foster next week when Joe Tate realises he’s onto him abut forging Debbie’s signature on the pre-nup.
Graham has been hassling Joe to get a proper pre-nup agreement in place before he ties the knot with Debbie – basically just because she’s a Dingle – what a cheek.
Joe trusts Debbie and doesn’t want to stress her over money so forged her signature to keep Graham quiet, but the recovering alcoholic doesn’t take the discovery too well.
Meanwhile, drug dealing dodgy dude Connor is back at the village and arrives at Home Farm, waving a gun around, looking for Graham.
He threatens Joe with the gun and – cowardly – Joe tells Connor that he hates Graham too and if he comes back to the house tomorrow, he’ll make sure Graham is there.
But when tomorrow comes, Joe is filled with remorse and guilt and desperately tries to get hold of Connor to call their deal off – he doesn’t want Graham dead.
It looks like Joe’s backtracking has come too late though as a vengeful Connor stands menacingly over Graham.
An angry Connor mutters that he’s going to enjoy every moment of what he’s about to do. But what might that be?
Graham recently returned to the village after being called by Noah Dingle, following Joe sending him packing for attacking him while drunk.
During a special flashback episode, ITV viewers saw how his wife Cheryl was killed in a drink drive accident caused by his alcoholism.
Devastatingly, she was pregnant with their unborn child, who also died.
Plagued by the demons of the past, Graham turned to drink and ended up “knocking to bits” his only real friend in the village – Joe.
Following the attack, Graham woke up confused and unable to remember the events of the night before.
Full of regrets, he begged Joe for forgiveness and swore to enter himself into rehab.
But Joe refused to forgive and forget, and told Graham to leave and never return.
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Emmerdale airs week nights at 7pm on ITV with an extra episode on Thursdays at 8pm