Emmerdale fans call out Nate Robinson for ‘lying’ to Tracy Metcalfe ‘He works on a farm!’

Emmerdale fans call out Nate Robinson for ‘lying’ to Tracy Metcalfe ‘He works on a farm!’

02/18/2021

Emmerdale: Nate faints after seeing fake blood

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Next week, Tracy Metcalfe (played by Amy Walsh) will give birth to her first baby and while she is excited to meet her child, Nate Robinson (Jurell Carter) is not looking forward to the birth. So much so, during tonight’s episode of Emmerdale, viewers saw the farmer faint when his partner pretended to cut her finger, using tomato juice as fake blood. Fans were quick to comment on Nate’s “dramatic” reaction to the prank, especially considering as a farmer, he would have had to deal with bringing new life into the world previously. 

Tracy was in the middle of making dinner for her and Nate when she thought it would be a good idea to test whether her partner was really as squeamish as he made out. 

Before adding the chopped tomatoes to her dish, Tracy dabbed the kitchen towel on the plate to mop up some of the juice and then tapped the knife on the chopping board a few times before turning around and shrieking in pretend pain. 

Nate, who was sitting on the sofa across the room saw his partner clutching her finger with a cloth covered in red. 

What’s up?” He asked and Tracy replied: “I’ve just cut myself, I think I’ve taken the end of my finger off.” 

Before she was able to reveal the prank, Nate dropped to the floor, fainting. Tracy exclaimed: “Oh my – Nate? 

“I’m so sorry, it’s not really, I just wanted to check you were’t exaggerating. Nate?” 

He finally came round and Tracy continued: “I am so sorry, I am such an idiot. I thought it would just freak you out a tiny bit! It’s not real, look, are you okay?” 

“Yes, kind of. I don’t think I can do the whole birthing thing Tracey, there’s no way,” he said. 

Fans took to Twitter to discuss the manner in which Nate dropped to the floor and then miraculously woke up. 

“The whole Nate passing out thing was a bit dramatic, especially how quick he got back up #emmerdale,” one said. 

Another wrote: “Was Nate joking as well he came round faster than he went down ffs #Emmerdale.” 

“Err, he woke up a bit weird there.. #nate  #Emmerdale,” someone else mentioned. 

While one added: “Laughed way too hard when Nate passed out #Emmerdale.” 

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“Nate fainting at the sight of blood. That was a bit dramatic #Emmerdale,” a tweet read. 

Others pointed out a flaw in Nate having a fear of blood. 

#emmerdale Nate faints at the sight of blood…so what was he doing when working on a farm when animals gave birth??” A tweet read. 

One suggested: “Is Nate scared of blood because he was shot? @emmerdale #Emmerdale.” 

It comes after the actress who plays Tracy spoke about how she prepared for the birthing scenes. 

“It was thrown on me out of the blue really. I thought I had the whole of Christmas to prep for it because that was when that block was meant to start filming,” she told Express.co.uk and other press. 

“And then just before the week, we broke up before Christmas, they said they were going to throw in those hospital scenes to that week’s filming just to get them in the can in case of any delay or Covid or snow situations in January.

“At the time, I was like ‘Oh no, I’ve only got a week to prep this’ but it was such a good thing to just be thrown into and not overthink and not have it weighing over me all over Christmas so it was brilliant, and I actually loved it,” she added. 

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV. 

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