Meena has a new victim in her sights as she plots Manpreet’s downfall on Emmerdale next week. Plus, Chas and Charity are at each other’s throats, while Rhona’s mum Mary makes her debut.
Read on for all the big Emmerdale spoilers in the week of 7-11 March 2022.
Meena pins the blame on Manpreet
Manpreet is venturing behind bars to see Meena, believing that she will offer up a confession in exchange for the visit. But Meena has news for her sibling: she wants them to both take responsibility for their actions. In other words, Manpreet must reveal to the police that she lied in her testimony in order to protect Liam.
Outraged by the audacity, Manpreet slaps her sister, who then appears to backtrack and seems ready to confess her crimes. But it quickly becomes apparent that Meena has no such intention – in fact, she ends up telling the investigating officers that it was Manpreet who killed Andrea!
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As she spins her story, Meena is completely convincing. And in the wake of the accusations being made, Manpreet is taken in by the police for questioning. Will she ever be able to escape her sister’s clutches?
War over the Woolpack
Charity and Chas are at loggerheads – a situation not helped by Chas taking a job at the B&B, which plans to stage a big event on the same day as the Woolpack’s launch.
That event is a party for Vinny and Liv, which obviously leaves Charity upset as it means that none of her family will attend the pub’s grand reopening.
What we’ll then see is Mackenzie and Pollard going all out to sabotage each other’s events. And, on the day itself, Charity goes on the warpath to have it out with Chas.
But just as things start getting heated, a mystery hand turns on the sprinklers and the warring cousins get doused. But not wanting to let the matter lie, Charity then grabs Lydia’s homemade potato salad and rubs into Chas’s face, thus kicking off a big Dingle fight.
Mandy feels betrayed by Vinny
A screw-up with the post results in Samson handing Noah a letter addressed to Mr and Mrs V Dingle. And soon enough, this envelope has made it into the hands of Mandy, who’s gobsmacked to discover that it contains Vinny and Liv’s marriage certificate.
After being confronted with the document, Vinny confesses all and Mandy is left feeling that this secret wedding is a betrayal of their relationship.
Wanting to make amends and heal the wound, the newlyweds subsequently invite a hurt Mandy to be guest of honour at their wedding reception. But will she accept?
Rhona’s mother arrives
Rhona will be seen getting down on one knee with the intention of proposing marriage. But an interruption comes in the form of her mother Mary, who has decided to pay an impromptu visit.
If Mary’s face feels familiar, then there’s good reason for that. She’s played by Louise Jameson, who featured on EastEnders as matriarch Rosa Di Marco. Sci-fi fans will also recognise Jameson from her stint on Doctor Who as Leela, who accompanied Tom Baker on his travels.