Matt passes on the news to Joe that Poor Occer has received a suspended sentence for his part in the barn fire, but it looks like Smarty will be sent to prison. Sam is back at the farm and isn't pleased with how Henry's looked after his garden. Donald is also back from Greece along with Olwen, they are both relieved that Clive has been released from prison. Donald asks Olwen if she'd like to help out with the village choir. They invite the Sugdens to dinner for looking after the Vicarage in their absence. Joe bumps into Phil Fletcher at Hotten Market and confronts him over £150 he still owes Emmerdale for three cows and milk from three years ago. He tries to talk his way out of paying for them and Joe calls him a fool. He warns Joe not to call him a fool again. Matt keeps back one of the cows for Dolly. Buster Stevens notices Phil overloading his new cattle wagon with cows and warns him he should make two separate journeys. Phil takes no notice and Buster warns him if he leaves he'll have to inform the authorities. Sam, Matt, Annie, Dolly, Donald and Olwen gather for lunch at the Vicarage. They discuss the choir and Sam surprises everyone by stating Amos has a brilliant voice and should join.
- The Woolpack - Public bar
- Vicarage - Lounge
- Emmerdale Farm - Farmhouse kitchen/living room, Yard
- Hotten Cattle Market - Interior, Exterior
- Unknown cottage
|April 1979 episodes|
|• Tue 3rd • Thu 5th • Tue 10th • Thu 12th • Tue 17th • Thu 19th • Tue 24th • Thu 26th|