Even though we thought it had been destroyed, the fact that Emmerdale is keeping the memory card present in the storyline must surely suggest that we haven't seen the last of that video after all. Again, we're not sure it would stand up in any courtroom, but the minute anyone watches it could be the end for Emma.
There's also a weird note – "I Do Not" – that James wrote while Emma was doing her Misery tribute and holding him captive at Wylie's Farm last year. This gets unearthed by Finn next week, although of course, what does that actually prove?
Weighing things up, if Emmerdale do want to go down the route of legal justice for Emma, she may just have to confess all and save everyone a lot of time. And now that she's found God and is battling with her conscience, perhaps a full and frank confession isn't so unlikely.
Who's going to catch her out?© ITV
With Emma's storyline now reaching its final chapter, it seems that Emmerdale is shifting the focus onto the core Barton family for the big finish. Arthur has stopped moaning about Emma so much, and even Laurel has given up trying to prove that the local nurse is a killer.Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
The Bartons themselves may not be so easy to deter, though. We've already seen Emma slip up in front of Ross and that's planted a very strong seed of suspicion in his mind.
Next week, Ross even heads to Donna's grave in turmoil as he wrestles with the doubts he's having about his mum. Given the dark history between Emma and Ross, there's certain to be some high drama between these two as the Bartons are torn apart.© ITV
Even more interesting is that Finn could be the first person to actually get Emma to break down and stop telling lies in next week's episodes.
When Finn finds that note from James and also hears Emma harping on about how she doesn't have her wedding dress anymore (yep, the same one she was wearing when she pushed him from a great height), the youngest Barton demands answers from his mum.
Being honest for the first time in a year, Emma cracks and confesses that she was on the road bridge when James died. But will she go further with her revelations? With the show now picking up the pace, let's just say we could finally be getting somewhere.
Is there anything else we need to know?
Not just yet, although you may have seen reports on other sites that Emmerdale was planning a live episode for Emma's exit.
This is actually untrue, with show bosses confirming there's no plans to go live for it. Good news for the cast, bad news for anyone who enjoys a live "How's Adam?"-style soap slip-up.
Joe Gill, who plays Finn, was also recently interviewed and hinted that there are loads of on-screen surprises coming our way as this storyline nears its end. Chatting about what's to come, he said: "We've been really looking forward to this. We want to portray it as well as we possibly can. All I can say is keep watching, because there is some really good stuff to come.
"Viewers will definitely be shocked. As a show, we thrive on that. We want to keep people entertained and to keep some secrets for maximum impact for our fantastic viewers."
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
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