Emmerdale fans have already predicted that Kim Tate will get "revenge" after Bernice Blackstock made a move on her man Will Taylor on Tuesday's episode.
During the episode, Kim, played by Claire King, decided to leave the village after Will (Dean Andrews) confronted her over her behaviour towards Chas Dingle and Paddy Kirk.
During a heart-to-heart, Kim, who has been mourning the loss of her son Jamie Tate without knowing he is actually alive, admitted she needed some time away before committing to her relationship with Will.
After realising she was leaving, Will declared: "I thought I meant something to you?"
Kim insisted that he did, hence the decision to leave before she "ruins things", she added: "I just need time to think, maybe we both do?"
After Will insisted he would wait for her, Kim admitted: "I need to work out if I can live with myself before anyone else."
Later in the episode, Bernice poured herself a drink with Will at Home Farm where she said: "I never thought I'd see the day where Kim Tate has better taste in men that me. Kim's lucky to have you…
"Rock solid, good listener, gorgeous twinkly blue eyes… manly, protective arms."
Bernice then put her hand on Will's arm to which he pushed her away, insisting: "Sorry, I think you've got this wrong! I'm with Kim, yeah?"
With Bernice replying: "I wasn't trying to grope you! Obviously, I was just being friendly!"
Soap watchers have now predicted that Kim will have been watching the two at Home Farm on CCTV cameras while being away and will be seeking revenge.
One person said: "Don’t forget those cctv cameras Bernice #emmerdale."
A different viewer put: "I bet Kim’s watching them on the cctv. #emmerdale."
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While another fan commented: "Bernice & Wil gonna get it on and Kim’s gonna be watching them. #emmerdale."
It comes after Emmerdale has teased that the festive episodes will be a "Christmas the villagers will never forget" and will leave some things "changed forever".
Emmerdale continues on weekdays at 7pm on ITV.
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