Given his track record of exacting revenge on his adversaries in Emmerdale, Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) is a prime suspect in Caleb Miligan’s (William Ash) attack, according to Chas (Lucy Pargeter).
Many will remember him punching Joe Tate hard and helping to kill his enemy Al along with the several times he moved victims from car boots to abandoned barns.
In a brand-new video teaser for a tense episode, Chas explodes in wrath, demonstrating that she hasn’t forgotten it.
Chas claims that this is Al all over again while Caleb lies in a coma next to them.
She doesn’t trust Cain’s show of innocence, and he is offended, asking if she really thinks he is to blame.
Given Caleb’s return to his life before betraying him, Chas points out that he has a pretty good reason for doing it.
After a heated argument with the Woolpack and the participation of the majority of the town, Caleb was dramatically shoved into a ravine and left for dead while being pursued by an attacker.
It has raised questions about who committed the deed, and Cain is far from the only one who may be guilty of it.
Actor Jeff, who has a lot of experience giving interviews while being on suspect lists, told us that Cain felt “extremely stupid” for inviting Caleb back into his life and allowing him to help with Kyle.
He let him back in after lowering his guard just to learn what had been happening. He feels so deeply let down that there is a great deal of resentment there right now.
I believe Cain was coming to accept the fact that he had a sibling and was starting to appreciate how well they were getting along.
Cain thinks it’s unfortunate because once you let him down, he won’t be the sort to give you another chance.
“I believe that Cain always has the potential for anything.” Anything could happen if he is pushed in the wrong direction or if he loses control.
Jeff is loving being in the middle of the action, regardless of the conclusion, and our money is on Cain being a suspect who is way too likely to be the perpetrator.
“I’ve been in the lineup for many different things throughout the years. It’s just the nature of the show we’re in that we frequently have these “whodunnits.” For me, it’s simply another day in paradise,’ he said.
Will (Ash) and I get along well, and I love working with him as an actor. I’m thankful that he’s on the show and that I get to spend a lot of time with him because I feel lucky to be working with him.