In Emmerdale, Caleb Milligan (William Ash) and Tracy Metcalfe (Amy Walsh) are carrying on their relationship while engaging in risky behavior.
The two characters have been playing tonsil tennis whenever they have some alone time over the past few weeks, suggesting that they have learned nothing from Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Al’s affair.
Up next, Tracy and Caleb are having a passionate moment once more when an obliging Nicky (Lewis Cope) interrupts them.
Tracy smiles mischievously the next day at Tug Ghyll as she peruses a lingerie website, but she is overcome with guilt when Nate (Jurell Carter) returns home and pays his wife a compliment.
The following day, Tracy is about to lock the shop door to spend some alone time with Caleb when Sam (James Hooton) barges in, ruining the entire thing.
Afterwards, Tracy’s gaze returns to Nate, and the two go upstairs.
Caleb sits by himself at Mill Cottage, debating whether or not to text Tracy.
Then, when Caleb sees Tracy and Nate together, his jealousy is put to the test. To find out why Tracy never answered his messages, he coerces his nephew into allowing him some alone time with her.
Caleb hears Nate talking about trying to woo Tracy that afternoon in the pub.
In order to get Nate out of the way, Caleb creates a job for him.
And Tracy and Caleb are back in each other’s arms once Nate leaves on this assignment.
But is Nate going to stumble upon his wife and uncle’s affair as he gets closer to Mill Cottage’s front door?