Moira and Cain look like they could be on the rocks again as Moira starts to get suspicious about Cain disappearing off all the time.
She’s frustrated when he refuses to answer any questions about where he’s been – or what’s going on with Graham.
Viewers know that Cain wrongly believes he killed Joe Tate after punching him and knocking him over.
Joe hit his head badly on a rock after Cain’s punch and Graham told him that he didn’t have a pulse.
But Joe’s finger was seen twitching as Graham went to dispose of the body, leaving it up to him to finish the job.
Cain is none the wiser and still believes it was his punch – aimed at Joe for the way he’d treated daughter Debbie – that killed Joe.
Will Cain come clean to Moira about his ‘killer’ secret?
Meanwhile Andrew Scarborough who plays Graham recently opened up about how his character will cope in the aftermath of Joe’s death.
After his character seemingly finished off the job, Andrew said: “You’ll see Graham coping, or not coping, with things.
“He’s coping with aftermath of what happened with Joe and it’s a question of how he deals with it. As we saw, there’s a lot of tragedy in what transpired.
“It was dysfunctional with Joe, but they were still family and loved each other like father and son.”
The sadness extends away from the camera too, as the former Downton Abbey actor admitted it has been strange filming scenes without Ned on set.
He revealed: “I shall miss Ned. But that’s showbiz! It has been odd without him.
“When we were shooting stuff in Home Farm, we got on very well and he was like a family member. Then suddenly I was alone on set and having flashbacks of us together! I was talking to myself!”
Meanwhile, Ned refused to be drawn into picking favourites as he reflected on his exit from the ITV soap after a year on set.
Asked who he would miss the most out of the cast or crew, he said: “Oh you can’t ask me that! So many – just so many.”
Entertainment Daily reader Lorna told us: “Cannot believe Joe is dead, please writers bring him back. Gone off Graham now.”
Emmerdale airs weeknights on ITV at 7pm with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays