A tidal wave of unrest is sweeping through Emmerdale thanks to Lady Tara's money troubles. Chris and Laura seem to be revelling in their work selling off chunks of the Home Farm estate. But Lady Tara herself is starting to have second thoughts. She's been besieged by both the Dingles and Glovers and now by poor Betty. The first she knew of the eviction was when the "For Sale" sign was erected outside her home. If evicting pensioners wasn't bad enough Lady Tara's lover Biff appears to have washed his hands of her, after unwittingly delivering the notices of eviction. And there's an even bigger storm brewing when Kim receives notice that Lady Tara is selling her half of the stud. Kim can't afford to buy her out, and if she's forced to sell all the money will go to her creditors! Terry is winding himself up to tell Heather that their affair is over. But he's lost for words when she beats him to it and announces she's quitting her job and has found a new home. She can now devote more time to her daughters, in particular Kirsty who has bulimia.
- First appearance of Graham Clark.
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