Emmerdale viewers could soon see the truth behind Joe’s (played by Ned Porteous) disappearance exposed when Graham (Andrew Scarborough) starts to lose control.
In upcoming scenes, Graham will turn to the bottle as he tries to cope with the recent death of Joe.
Fans already know Graham developed a drinking problem during his time in the army, and have already witnessed just how out-of-control he can be when he relapses.
As Graham drowns his sorrows once more, he will land himself in trouble with Debbie (Charley Webb).
Could he accidentally let slip his involvement in Joe’s disappearance?
Graham will come clean to Debbie about sending a fake text to her phone from Joe and understandably she is not happy.
Scenes will show her lashing out in anger, and Cain (Jeff Hordley) is forced to step in to drag her away.
Taking control, Cain warns Graham it is time he moved on from Joe before both of them end up in trouble.
But Graham fails to listen and goes on a drinking binge, later arriving at the pub extremely drunk.
Furious with his behaviour, Cain pulls Graham to one side and threatens him to sort himself out before the situation gets worse.
Still upset over Graham’s revelation, Noah will make her position even more difficult when he asks Debbie to help Graham and not turn against him.
Unaware of Joe’s death, could Graham breakdown and confide in Debbie’s kindness about the dark secret he and Cain are keeping?
Elsewhere it seems Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Paddy’s (Dominic Brunt) relationship could be heading for a break-up.
Following the death of their daughter Grace, both have been struggling to cope with their grief.
Recent scenes have seen Paddy deliberately avoiding Chas and their counselling sessions.
Will Paddy have no other choice but to leave the Dales?
Some fans have even suggested Paddy will have a mental struggle ahead of him.
One questioned: “Could #emmerdale be lining up a dark mental health breakdown for Paddy? Is this going to be like Aidan in #corrie?”
“It hasn’t hit Paddy yet. I don’t think. I think something will trigger a breakdown shortly though. #Emmerdale,” another said.
“#Emmerdale Awww paddy. He’s headed for a breakdown,” a third remarked.
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV.