This week on Emmerdale, Sandra Flaherty’s return to the town left Vinny and his wife Liv Flaherty in a state of astonishment.
Since Sandra seemed more interested in booze than her own daughter, it has been more than a year since his wife last saw her mother. It is fair to say that she never imagined she would see Sandra again.
However, in upcoming scenes from the ITV soap opera, Sandra might decide to kill Vinny once more in order to ruin her child’s happiness.
Vinny has experienced multiple life-or-death encounters with individuals more dangerous than his mother-in-law since moving to the village in 2019.
Paul Ashdale (Reece Dinsdale), his own father, who used to beat his son to within an inch of his life, is one example of this.
Before her reign of terror ultimately came to an end, Meena Jutla (Paige Sandhu) also believed she could put the young man’s life in danger.
Despite everything, he is still alive, and he only wants the best for his wife, which suggests that he might want Sandra out of their lives.
He wouldn’t know it, but she wants him out of the picture, making him the major reason for her return to the hamlet.
Joanne, the actress who plays Sandra, has spoken with the media about Sandra’s future plans.
The serial actor hinted at how she would split Vinny and Liv, saying, “She’s monitoring constantly, observing their relationship.
She hasn’t previously seen Liv and Vinny together, so she spends a lot of time acting silly. She is evaluating and planning.
She is observing their interactions, and since everything could disintegrate, she must act quickly to maintain order. I believe she must be shrewd.
Although I believe she has accomplished her primary goal, anything could change at any time because they could simply order her to go.
The actress continued, “I suppose that happens throughout [her stay in the town] because Sandra is really persuasive, she’s very intelligent.
This is where Sandra’s strategy may have fallen apart since the single mother could have started pitting the husband and wife against one another.
Sandra might whisper to her daughter about how horrible Vinny is for her and how she doesn’t think they will get along while they are at odds.
Although Liv doesn’t trust her mother, she may realize that what she is saying is true and that there is no way for her to escape it permanently.
The young woman could attempt to explain to her husband why their marriage must end and how they must obtain a divorce.
Vinny, who was indignant, would expound on how Sandra had exploited the circumstance and that she had never desired to see her daughter happy.
Before Liv begins to consider his advice, Sandra might kill him because his mother-in-law is about to be exposed.
Sandra might confront Vinny and offer him the chance to leave the community, but if he declines, she could whack him in the head.
This could be the final straw for Vinny, who has previously had many brain traumas, as the trauma could cause him to pass away immediately.
In order to dispose of the body and bury him far from the community, Sandra may ask her friends for assistance.
Vinny told Sandra he was leaving the village because he couldn’t handle seeing Liv every day, Sandra may say when Liv asks where he is.
Will Liv, however, accept what her mother says or will she come to the conclusion that she was the one who killed her husband?
Joanne has also talked about taking part in the program a second time after having done it previously.
“It’s amazing, actually. It’s evident that I’ve gone back and forth a few times throughout the years,” the soap opera star added.
Playing the character has always been a lot of fun, and competing against and working with [Isobel Steele, who portrays Liv] is fantastic.
The actress continued, “Before, almost all of my work was with her and Danny Miller [Aaron Dingle]; this time, it’s going to be amazing because I get to extend and work with other members of the ensemble.
Sandra’s persona is simply being given a few more layers, more developed, and the course of the voyage is being revealed.
“I think it’ll be great, and I’m glad to be back,” It’s a fantastic group of folks to work with,” said Joanne.
Could she then be proven to be a murderer?