Emmerdale theory: Kerry Wyatt to burn down the Woolpack as she takes revenge on Chas
Kerry has been perplexed by Al’s distant demeanor toward her in Emmerdale in recent weeks, not realizing that his focus has been firmly on Chas.
The pair broke up earlier this week because the businessman believed he could make his mistress fall in love with him on the ITV soap opera.
However, it appeared like everything was forgiven in Friday’s episode as he reconciled with his partner, albeit it’s possible that she is already aware of his affair.
In the opening moments of the most recent episode, Paddy Kirk learned that Kerry and Al were no longer dating, and the vet apologized.
Kerry responded, dejected that yet another romance had ended: “I often pondered what he perceived in us. It turned out to be really minor.”
Paddy advised her the following to stroke her ego: “You must never say that, period. You two just appeared to be so sturdy, or not. I’m not sure.”
“I guess I’m possessive. I was just pissed off since I drove all the way to the hotel wearing sexual attire. I had a go at him because I had been staring at the reception area for a while “Kerry gave an explanation, relating an earlier in the week occurrence.
The well-liked character said, “It’s not that I don’t want to trust him, it’s just that with his record, I can’t help but imagine the worst.”
Before telling Chas, Paddy said to his pal, “If there is any uncertainty, he’s probably not the man for you.”
When Al breached the terms of their affair and began to feel affection for the Woolpack bar manager, she was furious.
Chas and the villain had their confrontation here, away from the settlement, where they had hoped they wouldn’t be noticed.
Chas returned to the village to attempt to seduce her husband despite Al’s attempts to win her back.
The businessman, who now knew his choice was hasty, went back to Kerry’s house with his tail between his legs.
Al added, “Look, I would have come sooner but I was concerned you weren’t going to forgive me,” as Kerry stood in the front room.
“Whoops, what? Backup, “In her response, Kerry gave the impression that she was aware that he was lying about his whereabouts and activities.
“I never intended any of those things. I was simply exhausted from the trip and jet lagged, and I was still in business mentality. You know I can never turn off, “Al stated while coercing his lover.
“I’ve been thinking exclusively of you. Just for me, I caught your attention across the room and noticed your smile. I’m looking forward to your body touching mine “He went on.
Kerry remarked, appearing to believe Al’s account, “I mean, you could have just said that instead of calling us a Bunny Boiler.”
“Now I’m saying it. I don’t want to break up with you, Kerry. You’re needed, “Kerry soon after started escorting Al upstairs.
There didn’t appear to be any more obstacles standing in their way now that the couple was back on track.
The guy and Chas did, however, exchange a look before the closing credits, and the Woolpack resident then pulled her curtains.
The relationship appears to be finished for the time being, although Kerry may already be aware of this as she could have accompanied Al to his meeting with Chas.
She would have discovered her man was cheating on her and how he didn’t appear to care about her if she had been listening in from a distance.
Kerry might have recognized she could use this to her advantage after learning the relationship was over and developing a revenge strategy in her head.
The beloved character can opt to confront Chas for attempting to take her man in addition to exploiting Al to the fullest.
During the disagreement, nobody of the characters could have known that Kerry would have unintentionally knocked down a candle that was part of the setup Chas had created for a special night with Paddy.
The two might not realize what is happening even after the flames have taken hold until they see smoke pouring into the bar.
Who would Al choose to risk his own life for if he went to attempt to save them? Whether they manage to escape or not would be a tremendous cliffhanger.
Al’s actor, Michael, has talked about how his character is unlikely to admit his transgressions, therefore he would need to be discovered.
The soap star added in a statement to Express.co.uk and other media: “I don’t think he’ll be honest, in my opinion.
“I’m not sure. There must be a point where he would confess to the person he cheated on.
He eventually reaches a point in his present relationship where he realizes he isn’t receiving what he wants from it, and there is where he always makes a mistake.
“Chas steps in at that point and provides him with the kind of consolation and support he isn’t getting from anyone else. His biggest flaw is that.”
Will Kerry, who is notorious for starting fires that kill people, do it again as she seeks to get rid of Chas?