Tonight’s instalment of Emmerdale saw Jessie Dingle (played by Sandra Marvin) lose it with the villagers in the pub after they accused her of not doing her job of protecting schoolchildren properly.
Jessie lashed out at the parents insisting they had no idea what their children were up to as they were so wrapped up in their own lives.
Marlon (Mark Charnock) escorted his wife out of The Woolpack with her two sons Ellis Chapman (Asan N’Jie) and Billy Fletcher (Jay Kontzle) in tow but it’s clear he’s tired of her drama.
With Jessie and Marlon’s relationship already beginning to crack, could the teacher’s head be turned by ex-husband Al (Michael Widman) when he turns up in the village?
Marlon has been through the wringer during his short marriage to Jessie with his sons putting daughter April in danger.
The family have been involved in a hostage situation which resulted in Jessie being shot, while Ellis was stabbed earlier in the year.
And, after Jessie lashed out at the villagers this evening, she turned on Marlon who she claimed was not supportive.
Marlon hit back saying he’d helped her through many difficult situations but had a job he had to return to and left.
As Jessie walked off with sons Ellis and Billy, the trio were watched by an unknown character sitting in a car.
The mystery figure could be seen looking at a job advert placed by Ellis regarding his personal training business.
While Marlon and Jessie are yet to learn the teacher’s ex-husband Al is looking to reconnect with Ellis, fans know he’s back to cause trouble.
Jessie will come face-to-face with her ex later in the week and is initially unimpressed by his arrival.
But if Al starts to repair his relationship with Ellis, could Jessie soften and reconnect with her ex too?
If so, it could form part of Jessie’s exit after actress Sandra announced she has quit her role on the ITV soap.
Sandra told OK!: “It’s been an amazing time on Emmerdale but I’m also excited to see what the future could hold.
“It was a really hard one as I love soaps and I always dreamed of being in one. I’ve had the most fantastic time.”
Elsewhere in the village, Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) prepared to leave the village with Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper).
The pair are heading to Scotland to get the garage left to them in Lisa Dingle’s (Jane Cox) will.
However, Debbie’s mum Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) is not too happy about the move and has been trying to sabotage their plans.
Emmerdale airs weekdays on ITV at 7pm.
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