Emmerdale: Mackenzie Boyd discusses Eric's collapse

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Noah (played by Jack Downham) is currently awaiting sentencing on Emmerdale after his unhealthy obsession with Chloe Harris (Jessica Elland) was revealed. With his mother, Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins), being the one to report him to the police, he has become extremely volatile towards her and blames her for everything which has gone wrong. However, someone else who he seems to have taken a dislike to Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) and as the youngster becomes more troublesome on the ITV soap, he could be set to claim his first life.

Mackenzie has been someone who has been trying to defend Noah against those who have called him dangerous in the village.

Knowing how much it would break Charity if her son were to go to prison, he has even been trying to get some underhand legal advice from Ethan Anderson (Emile John).

However, in the midst of the most recent episode of the weeknight serial drama, Noah laid into his mother once more about the possibility of going to jail.

With his sentencing set to take place later this week, he told his mother he wanted nothing to do with her and as he walked toward her, Mackenzie interrupted the heated moment.

“Let’s calm down or we’re going to have a problem,” he told Noah, who was suddenly stopped in his tracks as he realised there were witnesses.

“Are we going to behave in a slightly more civilised manner?” Mackenzie proceeded to ask the youngster as he could see how upset Charity was.

“We were just talking, alright,” Noah explained, before his mother’s boyfriend said: “Ok. Why don’t we just talk with a little less aggression, then?”

Not wanting anyone else to get dragged into the argument, Charity told Mackenzie: “Babe, I could have dealt with this.”

Mackenzie was adamant she shouldn’t have to listen to her son’s barrage of abuse, telling her: “You shouldn’t have to.

“In the meantime, I can’t believe this is the second time I am doing this today but maybe you should go and take a walk and cool down.”

We’re going to have a problem

Mackenzie Boyd

Not liking the fact he was being told what to do by a man, Noah asked his mother: “Well, is he calling the shots around here now, yes?”

Charity replied: “Do you know what? Right now, he is, yes. And I was going to be there tomorrow but I think you can cope just fine on your own.”

“Seriously, this is you being on my side?” the arrogant youngster said, believing he could do what he wanted to Charity with no repercussions.

“I have tried being on your side, Noah. I’ve admitted to being the terrible mum I am but you know what? Enough. I am tired of it.

“Take some responsibility for your life,” she said, seemingly having got some strength put under her wings by her boyfriend’s support.

“And in the meantime, you are not welcome here,” she told Noah, informing him he was not allowed to step inside the pub.

The youngster didn’t seem too happy with his mother finally turning on him and later this week, he will be in court for his sentencing.

If he does end up going to prison, he could spend his time behind bars planning how he would get his revenge on Mackenzie.

Although he would blame Charity for putting him there, it would be Mackenzie who stuck his nose in where it was not wanted.

Not wanting to end up back inside, he would have to think carefully about how he was going to kill Moira Barton’s (Natalie J Robb) brother.

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Not only would he get revenge on Mackenzie by doing this, but he would also know this would break his mother’s heart as she has fallen in love with her boyfriend.

This is the first person since Vanessa Woodfield (Michelle Hardwick) who she has seen a future with and his death would end all of this.

Of course, Noah would try to play the supportive son as he would not want the attention to be brought back on him.

However, as his mother looks for answers to Mackenzie’s death, will she realise her beloved son was behind the whole thing?

How will she react if she discovers Noah’s the killer and will she be in danger if her son decides she is his next victim?

The actress who plays Charity, Emma, has spoken about her character’s current storyline and where it could lead to.

Emma said: “There’s no way that Charity is going to miss the hearing, so she turns up and she’s terrified over what’s going to happen.

“If the outcome is jail, I think it would cause a permanent break in their relationship. It’d be hard to mend what has been broken.

“I think there’s definitely elements of Noah understanding how wrong he’s been. You do see the vulnerability of this young boy, but he’s got to take responsibility for his actions because what he did was absolutely the wrong thing to do.

“I think it’s really interesting for the audience to see their relationship and how it’s fractured. Hopefully, there’ll be a good ending,” she added but is this a red-herring for what’s really going to happen?

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7:30pm on ITV, with an hour-long episode airing on Thursdays.

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