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Picture Spoilers: This week on Emmerdale (Jun 3-7)

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Check out pictures and spoilers from this week's new episodes of Emmerdale.
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This week on Emmerdale, Matty's world changes in an instant when he accidentally ends up stabbing Samson.

Elsewhere, Rose's actions leave Will unimpressed, Rose and Ruby continue with their dastardly plan and Marlon's mind appears to be fixed on divorce after another heated row with Rhona.

Read on for pictures and spoilers from this week's new episodes!


Monday, June 3 (Episode 10009)

Writer: Linton Chiswick
Director: Matt Hilton

Having learned that Evan's temperature is up after his chemo, an exhausted Dawn interrogates Billy over whether some germs could have been transferred to Evan from the other kids. Billy breaks down to Will over his worries about keeping Evan safe from germs when he leaves hospital.

This episode airs Monday, June 3 at 7.30pm on ITV1 and ITVX


Tuesday, June 4 (Episode 10010)

Writer: Bill Taylor
Director: Pip Short

Cain reminds Liam over a beer that he cares about how he's doing.

Dawn's grateful when Rose convinces her to join her for a brandy to unwind, but Will's left horrified when he catches Rose trying to offer her some heavy-duty sleeping tablets too.

Will warns Rose that she's on her last chance at Home Farm and she's left further riled when Kim remarks that she's a long way from Will's forgiveness.

Also: Samson's chuffed when Cain passes his second-hand car as fit to do a road trip around Europe, while Marlon vents his concerns to Paddy.

This episode airs Tuesday, June 4 at 7.30pm on ITV1 and ITVX


Wednesday, June 5 (Episode 10011)

Writer: Peter Kerry
Director: Pip Short

Josh announces that Samson has passed his driving test ahead of their European trip, but Samson's left miffed by Lydia's muted congratulations.

Charles visits and Rhona can't help but discuss a possible christening for Ivy. When Marlon returns, he's furious to learn that Rhona is discussing things without consulting him yet again and, unable to take it any more, he throws a pan of food at the floor.

Also: Will's unconvinced by Rose's attempt to make amends.

This episode airs Wednesday, June 5 at 7.30pm on ITV1 and ITVX


Thursday, June 6 (Episodes 10012 and 10013)

Writer: Paul Roundell
Director: Pip Short

At the HOP, Samson and Josh celebrate ahead of their impending road trip - and Josh takes a shine to Amy, who ends up leaving work early due to his endless flirting. Matty gives Josh some home truths about his behaviour and orders the pair to leave.

Outside, a fuming Josh deadnames Matty and heads back inside to confront him, with Samson following. Things grow increasingly heated and Josh demands the money from the till - but when Josh shoves Samson into Matty, Samson is stabbed by a knife that Matty was holding. As Samson bleeds out, Josh accuses Matty of coming at them with the knife and a panicked Matty's world comes crashing down...

On the camping trip, Marlon tells a shocked Paddy that he's serious about divorcing Rhona. Paddy encourages his mate to fight for his marriage just like he fought back after he had a stroke - what will he decide?

This hour-long episode airs Thursday, June 6 at 7.30pm on ITV1 and ITVX


Friday, June 7 (Episode 10014)

Writer: Andrew Kirk
Director: Brett Fallis

When Leyla shows a client around Home Farm, Rose pretends to be owner Kim.

This episode airs Friday, June 7 at 7.30pm on ITV1 and ITVX


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