Christmas Day’s visit to Emmerdale features heart-pounding suspense as Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) rushes to save the man she loves, but will she arrive in time?
Since Damon “Harry” Harris (Robert Beck) grabbed Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb), he has been in grave danger.
After Mackenzie came dangerously close to discovering where Harry and Reuben had been hiding, Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) got in touch with Harry. Chloe begged her father for aid in a desperate attempt to start a new life overseas, away from Mack, by providing fresh passports and bank accounts.
But Harry had other intentions, and things didn’t seem good for Mackenzie because viewers were already aware of the extremes of violence he was capable of due to his past encounters with Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) and Caleb Milligan (William Ash).
Since then, Harry has been teasing him and making it clear to him that his life was in grave danger as he is strapped to a chair in an abandoned factory.
Chloe was shocked to learn about it and attempted to assist Mackenzie in getting away. She appeared to regret involving Harry almost immediately after it was done.
However, he’s in a worse condition now that his attempt to flee has failed in this episode. As Charity reacts instinctively to save him, a gunshot is heard as she struggles with Harry.
In Emmerdale, Tracy Metcalfe (Amy Walsh) and Caleb are forced to sit around the Christmas dinner table at Butler’s Farm with the rest of the family while pretending they have no interest in each other at all. This creates a sexual tension between them.
This continues until they get a brief period of privacy. Tracy volunteers to remain and watch the kids while everyone leaves, and Caleb promises to keep her company.
One thing leads to another, but when they’re caught in the act, their moment of passion is interrupted—but by whom?
Smithy Cottage’s Christmas Day is well under way, with Mark Charnock’s character Marlon Dingle in charge of the kitchen. Gus (Alan McKenna) and baby Ivy are spending Christmas with Marlon, Rhona Goskirk (Zoe Henry), and the family, which makes for a bustling and packed home.
When Mary Goskirk (Louise Jameson) saw that Gus was struggling to care for the child while mourning the loss of his wife Lucy, she invited him and his daughter to stay.
While Rhona sees it as an opportunity to bond with the child who is definitely a biological part of her, Marlon is clearly going through a very trying time.
Peace and goodwill quickly evaporate from Marlon’s life as the pressures of trying to give his kids the best Christmas possible, together with the additional emotions of having Gus and Ivy in the house, all combine to drive him to a breaking point with Gus, at which point he storms off.
Is Marlon’s Christmas doomed, or may a friend’s counsel rescue the day