When it comes to Emmerdale, Mackenzie (played by Lawrence Robb) has to deal with Chloe (Jessie Elland), who is determined to exact revenge by causing as much suffering as she can.
Her first attempt at getting revenge on Mack and Charity (Emma Atkins) left her at the bottom of a ravine, presumed dead.
She’s hitting him where it hurts, which is his son, much more successfully this time.
Chloe was devastated when Mack, who had promised to dedicate his life to Chloe when she collapsed, ultimately decided to prioritize Charity over her.
After he flip-flopped and caused serious damage, Chloe packed up their son and fled.
Mack started looking for her right away, but to no avail. She wants no one to find her.
After spending yet another unsuccessful night looking for Chloe, Mack returns to find her still on the run. He approaches Matty (Ash Palmisciano) and Amy (Natalie Ann Jamieson) to get news, but they both don’t know anything and are surprised by how disheveled he is.
Charity is a little more upbeat; she firmly thinks they’ll win Reuben back, but she cautions him that they won’t succeed unless he continues to support Amy. Amy might be more knowledgeable than she’s letting on, and the only way they can get her to back down is if they act diplomatic.
But Mack is having a hard time playing the game because he is so broken.
Will he ever get to see his son again at this point?