In Tuesday’s (November 14) Emmerdale episode, Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) appeared to have traveled back in time, surreptitiously flirting with Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) and planting a kiss when no one else was looking.
Sadly, Charity had not entered the TARDIS belonging to Doctor Who. In reality, the character was spending more time with Mack tonight because he consented to break up with Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) in order to begin a new relationship with her.
Just to refresh your memory, during Super Soap Week, Mack decided to prioritize Charity over Chloe after their car crashed and ended up perched on a precipice. This resulted in Chloe, Mack’s child’s mother, being sent down the ravine, where she spent the better part of a week unconscious.
Mack and Charity came to the conclusion that they still felt something for each other when Chloe was in the coma.
And yesterday, Mack attempted to stop Charity from leaving by lying in front of her car in the rain because he believed that she would be lost forever if she went to Scotland.
Mack’s feelings for Charity were emphasized by the alleged grand gesture, and he later declared that he would dump Chloe so that they could get back together.
Following their kissing (no, really) near the trash cans, Charity sent Mack to have a conversation with Chloe.
As Chloe fiddled in the kitchen, Mack started talking about their romance.
Chloe unexpectedly passed out, so Mackenzie had to dial 999 before he could break the bad news to her.
Charity watched in confusion as Mack followed Chloe into the ambulance.
Charity was hoping Mack had dumped Chloe prior to the collapse when Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) forewarned her that there would be tears involved.
All she can hope is that Charity isn’t the one crying.