Emmerdale fans beg Paddy to stay way from Kim as Al eyes up Woolpack scheme
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Emmerdale viewers were issuing harsh warnings to Paddy Kirk on Monday night, after he appeared to make a deal with Kim Tate to help with the Woolpack's finances.
The struggling boozer has left several residents rather stressed, as Chasity Dingle claimed that Al Chapman's investment was the business' only hope.
But a desperate Paddy would rather Al had nothing to do with the pub and decided to ask Kim for financial aid.
Judging by Kim's past, fans thought it would be best if Paddy stayed away.
Taking to Twitter viewers aired their thoughts.
One fan penned: "Don’t make a deal with the devil Paddy."
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While another said: "Paddy going to the dark side because of his hatred for somebody worse."
A third commented: "The dingles won't be happy about paddy asking Kim Tate for help and paddy make a big mistake and get help from evil queen Kim Tate."
While a fourth chimed: "Kim should buy every damn business and put fresh new faces in. Paddy does not have to accept Kim’s offer. He’s putting his & the vets reputation on the line."
Later on in the programme, Kim made Paddy an offer he should most likely refuse.
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But a desperate Paddy who claimed he hasn't "got anywhere else to go" felt he had no other choice.
Kim offers Paddy a Faustian pact; dope her race horse for the money to keep Al out of the pub.
Reluctantly Paddy ends up taking Kim's offer.
Elsewhere, Marlon Dingle is also feeling the affects from the pubs and tells Chas that he doesn't mind selling his share.
But although Marlon wants out, Chas feels his removal is unnecessary and tries her best to convince him to keep his stake.
Taking to Twitter, fans shared their opinion on Marlon too.
"I think Marlon should sell his share back too Charity, I’d rather her than Al," one viewer commented.
Another said: "I don’t think Al working in the wool pack with Marlon would help the situation when they have history. Could Marlon be the shortest running landlord?"
A third also agreed that Marlon should sell up and wrote: "Marlon selling his whole share is a good idea. However he should sell it back to Charity not Al."
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV.
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