Yes, Emmerdale’s smoothest operator appeared to be launching a charm offensive on Aaron on tonight’s episode of the ITV soap, but might he have an ulterior motive?
Scenes just broadcast saw Mack volunteer his services when it came to finding local thug Connor (Danny Cunningham), promising Aaron that he was an expert in tracking people down.
And true to his word, Mack did later claim Connor had been located and that Aaron could tag along on a mission to apprehend him the following day.
But, as ever with Machiavellian Mack, there was a separate reason as to why he wanted Aaron on board.
As it turns out, Mack is also prepping a dodgy deal of his own and was seen making a furtive call to a mysterious contact, assuring whoever was on the other end of the line that they were “all set for tomorrow”.
So with Aaron as an accomplice and the possibility of using one of Jimmy’s haulage trucks for transportation, the stage is set for high drama on the open road in Wednesday’s episode.
What we’ll see is Aaron – himself no stranger to a spot of subterfuge – work out that Mack has a less-than-legit reason for wanting him to tag along.
And all will become clear when, rather than heading directly to catch Connor, the two of them end up in a layby where they meet with Mack’s contact, who’s offloading a batch of state-of-the-art 50-inch 4K TVs
But Aaron may well regret his decision to aid Mack in transferring the TVs into Jimmy’s truck when the police arrive on the scene. And as Mack quickly scarpers, it’s left to Aaron to face the music…
You can see what happens to Aaron when Emmerdale returns tomorrow at 7.00pm on ITV.
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