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Laurel Thomas (played by Charlotte Bellamy) gets an unexpected visitor who aggressively fumes at her and Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson).
It comes as Emmerdale villain Colin Hamston (Mark Noble) makes a dramatic return, crashing a special memorial unveiling.
In scenes set to air soon on the ITV soap, Nicola King (Nicola Wheeler) becomes excited to hear her new bus stop is finished.
However, she’s disappointed by Bernice Blackstock’s (Samantha Giles) lack of interest.
Later, Bernice is shocked when the usually cold Nicola snaps and explains the bus stop is actually going to be a touching gesture – a memorial for Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) and Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele).
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Nicola’s stressed as she’s let down by the council but her faith in humanity is restored when she sees the big turnout for her reveal.
Nervous Nicola flaps about making a speech but delivers a touching message to the village to remember the two victims of last year’s horrific storm.
Things take a turn though when a car screeches into the village and Laurel’s face drops to see Colin arrive.
A raging Colin is angry that the unveiling has taken place without him and he demands it start again.
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The crowd is unimpressed as Colin delivers a lackluster speech and they begin to disperse.
In view of the local report’s video footage, Colin fumes at Laurel and Jai.
Later, Nicola’s elated to hear Colin’s outburst is trending online but Laurel’s uneasy to think their celebrations are vindictive.
Local councillor Colin loves a photo opportunity, but the reporter catching his dark side is probably not what he had planned.
Colin has made a few appearances in the dales this year, demonstrating himself as a homophobic and abusive character towards his son Marshall Hamston (Max Fletcher).
Colin emerged once again last week as Marshall bid the village farewell to go and live with his aunt.
Emmerdale continues on Thursday at 7pm on ITV.
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