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Emmerdale fans baffled over Sam and Lydia farm blunder in lockdown episode

Emmerdale ‘s first look clip of their lockdown episode sparked confusion among some viewers after they spotted a weird blunder.

The ITV soap has made some special lockdown programmes amid the current coronavirus pandemic, with the first instalment airing tomorrow at 7pm.

A sneak peak clip revealed that newlyweds Sam and Lydia Dingle will be forced to stay at home together on Dingle Farm amid the crisis.

In the video, fans saw Sam take a phone call from Nate Robinson offering them some eggs and other food.

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Sam turns down the kind offer as he doesn’t want charity, which leads to a fiery row between him and Lydia.

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However, viewers were puzzled as the Dingles reside on a farm with their own livestock.

They have chickens that produce fresh eggs, so viewers couldn’t understand how the couple had run out of the food item.

One wrote: “They live beside farms why no eggs?”

While another tweeted: “Sam & Lydia still have their chickens. They’d have eggs. :)”

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Viewers couldn’t understand why Lydia and Sam had run out of eggs
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It’s understandable why some fans are befuddled as a recent plot saw Sam saving the chickens after he was overwhelmed by the number of eggs they had laid.

Emmerdale actor Tony Audenshaw revealed the measures the ITV soap are making in terms of social distancing during filming.

The 55-year-old actor, who plays Bob Hope in the programme set in Yorkshire, appeared on This Morning to discuss going back to work on set while adhering to government guidelines.

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He explained: “Each set has been broken into different areas, we’ve got different cohorts. I’m in the red cohort at the moment, which is why I’ve got this lanyard.”

The actor continued: “They’ve done a fantastic job in making this workable, we’ve got paired down crews and a paired down number of cast.”

Bob gave an insight into the behind-the-scenes lockdown measures, saying: “One thing to say we’re doing with props is we have our own props boxes, so if I’m putting a drink on the counter the drink goes down, we stop filming, I put my drink back in the box and another character will take their own drink and then take it off, so we’ve thought of hopefully everything.”

Emmerdale’s first lockdown episode airs tomorrow at 7pm on ITV

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