Everyone loves a good fan theory, but Emmerdale star Andrew Scarborough has just debunked a major one!
Tom Waterhouse has already been revealed as the orphaned son of Chris Tate and Rachel Hughes, but do the surprises end there?
Waterhouse turned out to be Joe Tate, but could his right-hand man Graham Foster actually be Graham Clark? Well, according to actor Scarborough, that's a big ol' no.
Taking to Twitter, the Dales newcomer said that it isn't too ridiculous to imagine that there is more than one Graham in Yorkshire.
The Downton Abbey star has set tongues wagging as Joe's creepy driver, and it didn't take viewers long to spot that he shared a name with the man who killed Rachel all those years ago.
Long-time Emmerdale viewers may remember that Graham shoved Rachel off a cliff in 1999 and went on to try and plunge Kathy Glover to hers a year later.
While Kathy managed to escape the horror crash, it was presumed that Graham had perished. However, if Dirty Den taught us anything on EastEnders, death isn't always the end.
While Graham could simply be part of Tom's venomous scheme to topple the Dingles, there is still a sense that there is more than meets the eye to the sinister driver.
We're no experts at coming back from the dead, but surely you'd pick a name other than the one you had when you went on a murder spree.
Of course, it would make sense that Scarborough keep something as spoilerific as that under wraps. Who knows if it's all a ruse, guess we'll have to stay tuned to find out more.
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
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