Emmerdale's Moira and Cain kiss, and fans LOVE IT

Rachel Babbage
Photo credit: Emmerdale / ITV

From Digital Spy

Are we seeing the start of a new chapter in Moira and Cain's relationship?

Lots of people certainly hoped so as the former couple kissed in tonight's episode of Emmerdale (Wednesday, August 16).

It all started with a rather unfortunate kitchen accident Moira suffered – getting her hair stuck in the waste disposal of her kitchen sink as she tried to fix it.

At this point there was a distinct lack of sympathy for Moira:

And here's that hair-curling (in more ways than one) moment:

Some predicted Cain was being set up as her knight in shining armour:

As the former couple sat talking at Moira's kitchen table – once her head had been removed from the sink – fans shared their love for #Coira:

And then came the kiss we'd all been waiting for:

Some fans pointed out that Cain pulled away from the kiss, and shared their love for #Charriet (Cain and Harriet):

So is this the start of another Moira/Cain relationship? These fans hoped so:

The pair went their separate ways, but nothing stays quiet for long in the Dales. Before we knew it, Debbie had received a text message about Cain helping Moira with her waste disposal accident – and blabbed about it loudly in the Woolpack for all to hear, including poor Harriet:

As it stands, Cain seems to be staying loyal to Harriet, but will the prospect of Moira be too tempting for the Dingle?

Find out when Emmerdale returns to ITV tomorrow (Thursday, August 17) at 7pm.

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