Graham (played by Andrew Scarborough) has fallen by the wayside on Emmerdale lately.
With Kim Tate (Claire King) getting everything she wants - her son Jamie Tate (Alexander Lincoln) and granddaughter Millie both living at Home Farm, the businesswoman is focusing all her energy on giving them the best possible life they can have in the Yorkshire Dales.
In tonight’s instalment of the ITV soap, equestrian fanatic Kim was ecstatic Jamie had finally come around on the idea of Millie attending private school nearby.
Yet as the group returned home, it was clear Graham had been stewing at being left out of the loop.
The ex-army soldier then tried to reinsert himself within Kim’s life by offering to take her out for a fancy dinner, but his on-off lover was more interested in maintaining her relationship with Jamie and his family.
After revealing she’d already planned to take them to lunch, Kim breezily apologised: “It’s a family affair otherwise you could have tagged along - and don’t look like that, you know I hate surprises.”
Graham was left to stew alone once more but in a surprising twist, Rhona (Zoe Henry) popped up and the pair shared an unexpectedly flirtatious moment.
Graham discovered Rhona was the one moving his chess pieces around, and while slightly put out by the vet’s impressive skills, it was clear he enjoyed the exchange.
Getting ready to go out, Kim joked: “Don’t look so sour, you’ll find things to do to entertain yourself.”
But when Rhona tried to discuss the