Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) is back in the Emmerdale village after being released from prison and there’s one person he is determined to see the back of – his brother, Caleb Milligan (William Ash).
Caleb made his arrival when Cain was still behind bars and covering Kyle (Huey Quinn) after he murdered Al.
In his flash car and posh clothes, Caleb managed to help the Dingles by making them see Kyle confessing and facing the consequences would be the best option, rather than letting Cain spend the rest of his life in jail for a crime he didn’t commit, and have his family spin lie after lie about what really happened to Al.
Now Kyle is staying in a children’s home, it’s allowed Cain to return to the village.
Previously warning Caleb that he’d kill him if he didn’t leave, Cain didn’t back down on the threats during tonight’s episode, when his brother pulled up at the garage and wanted to talk.
On a country path, Cain initially thought Caleb wanted to fight till the bitter end, so he pulled his jacket off, ready to go.
Caleb looked at his brother and wondered what was going on. He didn’t want to fight, he wanted food – Cain was left feeling foolish.
Sitting down at a restaurant, Caleb tried to get through to Cain, explaining that he may be angry over Kyle going to the youth prison, but if Cain hadn’t bought the gun into the barn during his confrontation with Al, they wouldn’t be in this position.
Wound up, Cain left and, on another road, was put in his place once again by his sibling.
Caleb told Cain that they don’t have to have a relationship, but he isn’t leaving the village anytime soon – he better start getting used to it.
Moments before the credits, Caleb told Cain that if he did anything to him, his record would mean he definitely goes to prison for a very long time, but if Caleb did something to his brother, because he hasn’t got a ‘blemish’ on his files, getting away with a crime would be a lot easier.
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