Emmerdale fans have been left scratching their heads after Kim Tate (Claire King) invited the poisoning suspects to Home Farm for a lunch.
She knows that somebody is poisoning her, and told them she was hanging up her gloves at Home Farm and HOP, and one of them would take over from her.
The soap icon is now hoping that her words will cause the culprit to unmask themselves – but some viewers were more concerned with the lack of food at the lunch party.
They flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts, seemingly worried that the guests would all go hungry.
One person said: "Lunch? Jesus what did they eat?"
A second, sharing a GIF of Kermit the Frog on the phone, wrote: "Kim phoning the Chinese to see where the grub is."
A third tweeted: "I thought they were having dinner, where's the food?"
Someone else said: "I thought the food was ready? Why are they all in the other room?"
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And a fifth added: "Either the food is ready to be served or Kim is going to take them all out with a strategically placed bomb – cue the cheering."
Kim had invited son Jamie (Alexander Lincoln), Dawn Taylor (Olivia Bromley), Will Taylor (Dean Andrews), Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson), Al Chapman (Michael Wildman) and Gabby Thomas (Rosie Bentham) to the dinner.
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She's sure that each of them has a motive to poison her, and was hoping her announcing her soft exit from the head of Home Farm would expose the true culprit.
Her guests immediately began to throw their names into the ring, apart from Will, who made it clear he wanted nothing to do with it.
Dawn and Gabby clashed, while Jamie assumed that he should be first in line considering that Kim is his own mother.
But with businessmen Jai and Al also battling it out, it's sure that some people are going to be disappointed in the outcome.
Kim tried to push the culprit into action, by delivering a powerful speech.
She told her suspicious guests: "Who's willing to go that extra mile to get their hands on the prize?
"The question is, which one of you will it be?"
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm, with an extra episode Thursdays at 8pm, on ITV
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