Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) had seemingly gone back in time in Tuesday’s (November 14) episode of Emmerdale, sneaking around with Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) and secretly kissing him when no-one was around.
Sadly, Charity hadn’t stepped foot in Doctor Who’s TARDIS. The character was actually spending more time with Mack tonight after he agreed to end his relationship with Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) so they could start again.
To give you a quick reminder, Super Soap Week saw Mack choose Charity over Chloe when a car crash ended with their vehicle balancing on the edge of a cliff. This meant Chloe – the mother of Mack’s child – was sent down the ravine, with the ordeal putting her in a coma for the best part of a week.
While Chloe was in the coma, Mack and Charity reached the conclusion they still have feelings for each other.
Charity watched the event unfold
And yesterday, when Mack was told about Charity’s plan to go to Scotland, he thought that meant losing her forever, so he tried to stop her from leaving by laying in front of her car in the rain.
The so-called grand gesture highlighted Mack’s feelings for Charity and back at home, he said he’d dump Chloe and they can reunite.
After the kissing around the bins (no, really), Charity sent Mack on his way to talk to Chloe.
While Chloe pottered around in the kitchen, Mack began to speak about their relationship.
Unfortunately, Mack didn’t have time to deliver the bad news to Chloe as she suddenly collapsed, forcing Mackenzie to call 999.
As Chloe was wheeled into the ambulance, Mack followed, leaving Charity puzzled.
With Charity praying Mack dumped Chloe before the collapse, Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) warned her that this situation will definitely end in tears.
She just hopes those tears don’t belong to Charity.