Everything that happens in killer Emmerdale week as Caleb is left to die

Caleb Milligan’s (William Ash) plan to destroy Kim Tate (Claire King) and Home Farm falls apart this week in Emmerdale and as a result, many villagers will be out to get him.

In a storyline that began with Caleb just wanting to get to know his Dingle family, it was recently revealed that he’s Frank Tate’s son and is aware that Kim watched him have a heart attack and die all those years ago.

With help from son Nicky (Lewis Cope), Caleb has successfully managed to get access to a lot of Kim’s business plans surrounding Home Farm, but it all goes wrong this week.

So, what’s going on?

Let’s take a look.


With Caleb staying at the B&B, Nate (Jurell Carter) decides to hold a Dingle court in order to work out what to do with him. Belle (Eden Taylor-Draper), Cain (Jeff Hordley), Charity (Emma Atkins), Chas (Lucy Pargeter), Moira (Natalie J Robb), Nate, Noah (Jack Downham), Sam (James Hooton) and Zak (Steve Halliwell) all sit down and start talking about Caleb but as things reach an end, it becomes clear the family are split down the middle.

When Caleb arrives, Cain is wound up and tells him to leave but he responds, telling his brother that he isn’t going anywhere.


Not wanting to isolate herself from the family, Chas decides to tell Caleb to collect the rest of his things from the pub.

Meanwhile, at Home Farm, Gabby (Rosie Bentham) is given a pep talk by Kim, prompting her to turn up for work at The Hide. While Gabby puts on a brave face, Laurel (Charlotte Bellamy) and Bernice (Samantha Giles) are concerned.

Back on Main Street, when Caleb approaches Leyla (Roxy Shahidi), she rejects his attempt at an apology.

With nowhere else to go, Caleb is offered a drink by Charity (Emma Atkins), who’s been left feeling awful after seeing Mack (Lawrence Robb) and Chloe (Jessie Elland) spend even more time together.

Bonding as they drink wine, Caleb and Charity open up to each other and what happens the next day?


Well, Caleb and Charity agree they should keep their night together a secret.

However, in true soap style, the secret doesn’t stay hidden for long as soon enough, Mackenzie is in the pub squaring up to Caleb, his jealousy crystal clear.

‘It’s a soap, all characters eventually get what’s coming to them’, Lawrence Robb told us.

‘Mackenzie definitely wants bad things to happen to Caleb. When things inevitably go wrong for Caleb, I’m not saying whether Mack will have a hand in it, but I’m sure he’ll be able to attest to the reasoning behind it.’

Back at Home Farm, after an altercation with Caleb, Gabby is upset which is spotted by Will (Dean Andrews), who is simmering with anger at the way Caleb has made Gabby feel.

‘After being in prison for 18 years I’m sure he’s capable of many things…cross his family and you’ll pay the price!’, Dean Andrews warned.

‘Will always did have suspicions and reservations about Caleb. I think Will loves Kim so much he was just looking out for her best interests and will be happy that his suspicions have helped alert her to the plans in order to try and stop him rather than being the “I told you so guy”.’


As Charity and Caleb’s night together becomes village gossip, Cain can’t handle himself any longer and resorts to violence.

A while later, Caleb further enrages Mack, who assures him that there will be consequences for everything that’s happened.

Elsewhere, as David (Matthew Wolfenden) tries to prevent Leyla from relapsing, he tells her that there will be a chance to watch Caleb get his comeuppance.

As each villager has their chance to say what they want to Caleb, he leaves the village, unaware someone is following him.

That evening, out on a woodland ridge, Caleb’s blindsided when the unknown figure rushes out and pushes him, leaving his lifeless body on the ground below.


As the week draws to a close, Caleb is still on the woodland floor, but has he been killed?

And if so, who was responsible?

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