Spoilers for Emmerdale: The Dingles condemn Mack for lying to them

Let’s face it, Mack was correct to label them as hypocrites (Images: ITV).

There is no question that Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) has committed a serious wrong in Emmerdale. He made a mistake by leaving his spouse to mourn the loss of their child and then sleeping with someone else right afterwards. It was really horrible that he kept Charity (Emma Atkins) from knowing that he had gotten Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) pregnant.

It was inevitable that the truth would ultimately surface, and when it did, Charity lost no time in telling Mackenzie how upset she was by his treachery when she saw him by baby Reuben’s side in the hospital.

And when one Dingle is harmed, they are all harmed. In that regard, they resemble a hive mind, with the Woolpack serving as the hive. As a result, when Mackenzie felt he wanted to try again to explain things to Charity, he went to the bar and was met by a throng of Dingles who were all unimpressed to see him.

In the episode that aired on Tuesday, May 16, as he entered the room, everyone’s faces turned accusingly towards him, much like in one of those vintage vampire flicks.

The reason Cain (Jeff Hordley) was the first to speak was because Mackenzie was wearing his clothing after Charity had previously sold his in retaliation. Cain urged, “Take yourself out of my clothes and get as far away from here as you can.” When Cain and Noah (Jack Downham) were about to forcefully show Mack the door because he claimed he needed to see Charity, Chas (Lucy Pargeter) intervened.

Charity didn’t want to see Mack, and “neither does anyone else,” Ryan (James Moore) said.

Additionally there to remind Mack that he wasn’t welcome were Zak (Steve Halliwell) and Belle (Eden Taylor-Draper). As he saw their irate expressions, Mack said, “It’s not like you’ve never put a foot wrong.” You all are complete hypocrites.

The only people gathered in the pub who could be considered to be mostly blameless were Lydia (Karen Blick) and Ryan; nevertheless, Ryan had been keeping the secret about Mack heating on Charity so he’s now not popular with his mother.

Let’s investigate the data.

Only a few months earlier, Chas committed her most recent crime—having an affair with Al Chapman (Michael Wildman) behind Paddy’s (Dominic Brunt) back and planning to leave him and take their kid with her. Her self-centered acts crushed Paddy’s heart and contributed to the mental health crisis that led to his suicide attempt. As a result of Cain’s reaction to learning about the liaison, Kyle (Huey Quinn) unintentionally killed Al.

Since he deceived several women, including Charity while they were dating and had an affair that gave birth to their son Kyle, Cain has earned a well-deserved reputation as the neighbourhood bad guy. If Cain took a minute to reflect on how much he loves Kyle, he may feel a little more pity for his brother-in-law.

While Belle Dingle is now relishing her reunion with Tom King (James Chase), it wasn’t all that long ago that she was having an affair with Jamie Tate (Alex Lincoln) in order to get closer to Ellis Chapman (Aaron Anthony).

Every time Noah attempts to assume the moral high ground, consider us astounded (Image: ITV).

We are aware that Noah served time in prison for his nefarious stalking of Chloe Harris, even though he is presently Amelia’s (Daisy Campbell) ideal boyfriend material.

When Zak, the patriarch, had an affair with their lodger Joanie Wright (Denise Black), he once caused his devoted wife Lisa (Jane Cox), to suffer a heartbreak.

So Mack was right when he said they were hypocrites, and he resolutely sat down and waited for Charity to show up.

But it was all for nothing. When Charity emerged from the rear, she resisted listening as he apologised and reassured her of his devotion. He left Charity surrounded by her self-righteous Dingles support group after she warned him to get the hell out of his life.

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