Joe (played by Ned Porteous) was killed by Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) on Emmerdale in a tragic scene after the consequences of a punch saw him hit his head on a rock.
Father-of-two Cain has been deeply struggling with the horrific reality of his actions ever since.
This week even his wife Moira Dingle (Natalie J. Robb) has been getting fed up with his defeatist attitude and all but gave him an ultimatum to move on.
But knowing how much Debbie (Charley Webb) still misses her ex-fiancé on the ITV soap, Cain can barely stomach the sheer weight of his guilt.
What’s more, Graham Foster (Andrew Scarborough) has been treading a very dangerous line as he grapples with his alcohol addiction.
Thursday night’s episode saw Megan Macey (Gaynor Faye) and Laurel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy) step in to help the butler, as Graham finally admitted he needs help.
But with this, will he end up spilling the beans on Joe in an explosive twist?
In a recent interview with Express.co.uk, Faith Dingle Star Sally Dexter shared there’s plenty more drama to come yet.
She also teased she would do anything to help Debbie, so is the family matriarch set to get involved in the hunt for millionaire businessman Joe?
Speaking about the heartbreaking consequences of Joe’s death, Sally shared: “I think she’d do anything to help Debbie, she really would.”
“But I don’t know that he’s completely dead,” she teased.
“But, you never know, it’s Emmerdale, anything can be on the cards,” the actress continued. “But yes, already she would do anything to help Debbie out.
“Charley Webb is absolutely brilliant. If there’s a chance to help she really will.
“The Dingles never get a break!” she suddenly exclaimed.
Viewers saw Faith giving Debbie some advice to “forget about Joe” and move on on the ITV soap this week.
With the mechanic mother-of-two convinced something terrible has happened to Joe, it’s unlikely that will be the case any time soon.
Will Faith be the one to stop Debbie from going too far in her bid to get to the bottom of that explosive Masquerade Ball at Home Farm?
Sally also hinted at what’s to come with Kim Tate’s return (Claire King), as she spoke about the excitement on set.
“She’s got a cracking sense of humour, really naughty,” Sally giggled. “I’m really looking forward to maybe her and Faith having some good old spars, some sparks can fly.
“Maybe she’ll be a little more subdued when she’s been pushed over a balcony, who knows. I doubt it [though], doubt it very much.”