Emmerdale airs worrying scenes for some of the village residents next week, as the Dingles are hit with more money woes.
After buying Charity Dingle out of her share of The Woolpack pub, Marlon could be left regretting it when he and cousin Chas are left with financial issues.
Numbers at the pub are not going great, no doubt impacted by coronavirus times.
Struggling with the pub finances, they realise they can't afford to keep Matty Barton on and have to let him go.
They can't see another solution to help them save money, but when it comes to telling him will Marlon go through with it?
How Matty might react to the news remains to be seen, with the scenes playing out next week.
With finances in their current state, Marlon is also having to work extra shifts in hope of raising the funds, with them also having limited staff.
Girlfriend Rhona is gutted when she finds out he's working all weekend agin, wanting some alone time.
The exes, and parents to son Leo, only recently reunited on the ITV soap.
But Rhona's hopes for them to have some quality time together are ruled out yet again when he can't get away.
Will this lead to fresh heartache for the pair?
Just months ago, Charity was forced to sign over and sell her share of the pub over to Marlon, after the Dingles abandoned her.
She went off the rails after cheating on fiancée Vanessa, and pushed away her loved ones while letting down her own children - not to mention her almost sleeping with her daughter Debbie's cheating ex Al Chapman.
Charity is finally getting back on track and attempting to make amends, but can she be forgiven?
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.