In Friday’s (November 10) Emmerdale episode, Danny Miller’s character Aaron Dingle made progress when Mandy (Lisa Riley) angrily confronted him over mistreating his son Vinny (Bradley Johnson).
Aaron was a disturbed and irate man when he returned to the community. Aaron was brought back to England by Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Caleb Milligan (William Ash) after taking on shady activities in Italy. However, Aaron was still having trouble dealing with the loss of Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele) the previous year.
Vinny turned out to be Aaron’s friend, and the two of them began working together at the scrapyard recently.
Aaron, however, became enraged and attacked Vinny after discovering that he had been providing Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) with updates on her kid.
Yesterday, Aaron attacked Vinny once again while demanding money. Afterward, he realized he had overreached himself and made an attempt to apologize.
Tonight, Mandy, who is so beloved, took her coat and went to the cafe after Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt) informed her that Aaron had been harassing Vinny.
After noticing Vinny’s wounds, a furious Mandy went to the scrapyard and located Aaron.
The ultimate legend stated that although she believes Vinny and Aaron are similar because to their shared experiences (losing Liv and experiencing violence from their fathers), Vinny has made the decision to follow a positive path, whilst Aaron hasn’t.
Aaron felt that the remarks were offensive enough, so he went to the Dingle residence to speak with Vinny.
Aaron apologized once more, but Vinny took over and stated that they needed to establish ground rules if they were going to collaborate.
After listening, Aaron went to the pub to visit Eve.
Aaron informed Chas he was only staying in the Dales for his sister and that they should simply keep out of each other’s way as he walked in carrying the pancake mix he had promised Eve.
Aaron is staying, then.
Will we start to see him on a better road now that he’s made the improvement seen in tonight’s episode?