Emmerdale spoilers: Tiresome Mack changes his mind yet again in the Charity and Chloe debacle

Please pass us some motion sickness medication as we stay on Mackenzie Boyd’s (Lawrence Robb) roundabout in Emmerdale, attempting to decide between Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) and Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland).

We’ll start by reviewing the most recent events in this lengthy plot before discussing Mack’s choice from Monday’s (November 13) episode.

Mack was forced to decide between Charity and Chloe during Super Soap Week in October after they were both involved in a serious automobile accident.

Charity and Chloe were stuck in the car on the edge of a cliff when Mack grabbed Charity’s hand and dragged her away, sending Chloe plummeting over the rocks.

Convinced that Mackenzie still loved her, Chloe was stunned by Amy’s (Natalie Ann Jameson) statement that it would be best to put the crash’s events in the past when she got back from the hospital.

Chloe made this choice without realizing that Mackenzie had informed Charity he wasn’t over her when she was in a coma.

In tonight’s episode, Mack and Chloe kept acting like happy families with young Reuben, but Chloe didn’t notice that Mack was giving Charity tender looks.

While Chloe was settling in at the pub, Mack went to collect drinks from Chas (Lucy Pargeter).

He was shocked to hear a frustrated Chas remark about Charity being driven from the village and Mack being living his best life.

Mack watched Charity pull into her car on the street. Mackenzie thought Charity (Charley Webb) was going to go to Scotland, so in an attempt to stop her, Mack lied down on the ground in front of her car in the pouring rain.

Mack was clearly demonstrating who he really wanted to be with when Charity made him feel foolish by telling him she was only going to be gone for a few days.

Once they were back at Charity’s, the ex-couple discussed their future and how they could not carry on with their current course of action.

Then Mack told Charity that in order for them to be together and start over, he would end their relationship with Chloe, the mother of his kid and the person he left to die.

Even though the tale hasn’t concluded after all this time, the storyline’s continual recurrence makes it boring and monotonous despite its ups and downs like any other.

When will this all come to an end?


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