Emmerdale's Mark Charnock has praised his character's Marlon Dingle's and Paddy Kirk's feud storyline.
He has said that the scenes have been "wonderful" to film.
Marlon and Paddy's (Dominic Brunt) friendship is currently being put to the test as the chef takes legal action to ensure this son Leo is not taken away.
Paddy and Leo's mum Rhona recently decided to move to New Zealand for two years, leaving Marlon in turmoil.
Speaking on Daybreak, Charnock said: "It's been an amazing story. I mean, I've been here for 15 years and it's one of the best I've ever had!
"It's become really complex and the situation is now taking a legal turn. He's taking his mate to court, and it's a horrible situation."
He continued: "It's been a wonderful story, because at any given moment, with all the characters, you're kind of for them and against them. It's one of those moral quagmires. It's been amazing."
Mark admitted he had enjoyed filming so many heated scenes with Dominic Brunt.
He said: "We're really close friends. Usually we do a lot of comedy together, so being able to shout at each other and play something really serious, it's so refreshing.
"It's added another layer to that relationship that we've been building up for the last 15, 16 years."
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