GRAHAM Foster has turned on Cain Dingle properly in Emmerdale.
The bodyguard – who is played by actor Andrew Scarborough in the ITV soap – decided to make sure Cain Dingle goes down for murdering Joe Tate by planting the millionaire’s bloodied watch in the garage.
He broke into Cain’s garage and carefully planted the watch, complete with Joe’s blood, in a drawer at the back behind a dirty cloth and a spanner.
And next week he goes even further when he makes an anonymous call to the police about the garage Cain owns with daughter Debbie.
Before long the cops are there with a warrant to search the premises, leaving Cain boiling with fury.
Cain – who’s played by Jeff Hordley in the ITV soap – soon wants answers from Graham who actually secretly killed Joe.
He confronts him and murderously threatens him over what he’s done. Is Graham in danger now Cain believes he’s got it in him to kill someone?
Elsewhere Debbie’s daughter Sarah Sugden knows her mum is hiding the truth about why she and Cain are arguing and Debbie is forced to give her a softened version of why she and Cain aren’t talking.
Meanwhile, Faith Dingle is determined to stop the family feud and wants to reunite Debbie and Cain.
Will she succeed or will her attempts to get the Dingles playing happy families again be futile?
Cain and Debbie have been at loggerheads ever since he confessed to his daughter that he accidentally killed her fiancé Joe.
Of course viewers know that it wasn’t really Cain who killed Joe, but Graham – the man he looked upon as a father.
But Graham – played by former Downton Abbey actor Andrew Scarborough – has kept that to himself and a guilt-ridden Cain has spiralled out of control, believing he ruined Debbie’s life and happiness of her and her kids.
Cain has hit rock bottom in recent weeks, horrifying fans after a violent attack on his wife, Moira, and making a move on newly-engaged Charity Dingle.
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