After Mandy Dingle entered the salon determined to catch Sandra Flaherty, viewers of the ITV soap opera Emmerdale were forced to look away from the action during Tuesday night’s episode.
Following Charles Anderson’s shocking hospitalization, which was attributed to a fight with Naomi Anderson, Mandy had been harboring reservations about Sandra.
Mandy, however, was not paying attention while the police interrogated Naomi about her meeting with her father, the vicar, in the chapel prior to his catastrophic head injury.
The owner of the beauty parlor, Lisa Riley, is concerned that Liv Flaherty’s estranged mother, Joanne Mitchell, is misbehaving in the Dale.
She was seen talking to Bernice Blackstock about her concerns on last night’s show, and she sought to reassure Mandy.
Mandy, however, remained skeptical and determined to dispel her worries. To her surprise, she used a crowbar to pry open a cupboard in her salon.
Fans of Emmerdale were left perplexed by the action as they sought to understand why Mandy would have a crowbar in the salon.
After the scene aired, a fan commented on Twitter, “Every decent hairdresser has a crowbar under the counter.”
Another joked: “You know you’re a Dingle when you’ve got a crowbar behind a salon desk.” This was in reference to the Dingle family’s reputation.
“At work, I always keep a crowbar. Do you not? Another soap opera fan added, “Thought for a second Mandy was going to crowbar Sandra,” in response to the third.
Fans of Emmerdale were less than happy when they witnessed Naomi being interrogated by police earlier on Tuesday evening.
Manpreet initially saw Charles unconscious in the church, so Naomi consented to speak with him. However, the two swiftly clashed over the circumstance.
Many viewers of soap operas expressed dissatisfaction with the plot and a desire for Naomi to leave the Dales. This Naomi girl is a highly undesirable addition to the program, one user commented on Twitter.
Someone else commented on the post, saying: “This Naomi is miserable, moany, and obnoxious. Get rid of her please #emmerdale.” Another observer tweeted: “Naomi’s persona is unpleasant. Poor choice, Emmerdale,” a fourth person said, adding: “Do one, Naomi.”
Another poster stated: “I fail to comprehend the significance of this Naomi persona or the adoption tale. Whoa, why?”