He’s got a thought on his head. Will their relationship survive the new reality?
Cain (Jeff Hordley) was the main target of Aaron’s defensive anger when both came face-to each other over Emmerdale car burglaries. Furious at the infiltration of his uncle, Aaron (Danny Miller) grabbed a wrench and hit Cain out.
Cain woke up and appeared to be okay, but an injury to his head isn’t a minor thing and when Cain went to talk to Aaron concerning the assault, Cain suddenly collapsed.
In the hospital, he’s unconscious. Moira (Natalie J. Robb) remains shackled at the side at night. Her heart is bursting with joy as he begins to get awake, however it’s when they discover what permanent harm there’s.
Aaron is doing it again this time around as it relates to the family as concerned. This includes Chas (Lucy Pargeter). Mack (Lawrence Robb) is also unable to be bothered by his business associate from the past.
There’s something on his mind
He believes the fact that Aaron is deserving everything that comes to Aaron.
The mask of Aaron is slipping off; being disregarded and vilified by his parents could be something he’s been striving towards, but it’s definitely not his goal.
Cain makes a decision while in hospital (Picture: ITV)
Cain is placed on total sleep, however Liam (Jonny McPherson) was shocked later to learn that Cain has been discharged. Families are all there to assist Cain, while Aaron is out on the streets.
In defiance of the doctor’s recommendation, Cain hits the pain pills, which leaves Moira in a state of panic. Are they heading toward an addiction to prescription drugs?
If Moira is angry with him and he yells at her, he firmly stops her from speaking to him.
However, when he is unable to conceal the truth from his spouse who has stood at his side throughout the whole affair, Cain confesses what the matter actually is.
Does their relationship stand up to the new reality?