The official PH Coronation Street thread (Vol 2)

The official PH Coronation Street thread (Vol 2)

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nicanary

7,062 posts

94 months

Thursday 15th August
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200Plus Club said:
227bhp said:
Thanks, I've missed something somewhere as I think he found the key in some furniture he had, i'm guessing it came from Ricks office.




Is Devs daughter another teen pregnancy story?
"County lines" story I'm tipping. Or very soon, topical as it is.
The writers are definitely building up to something. I doubt it's a "county line" plot - she's just been away for several weeks. Her controllers wouldn't have let that happen. I also doubt it's another teenage pregnancy - we've just had Amy's abortion. Maybe it's all a red herring, and she's just being a typical teenager.

cuprabob

8,173 posts

162 months

Thursday 15th August
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The spoilers regarding Dev's daughter Asha's upcoming storyline are out there but it won:t surprise anyone it's not a happy story.

nicanary

7,062 posts

94 months

Thursday 15th August
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cuprabob said:
The spoilers regarding Dev's daughter Asha's upcoming storyline are out there but it won:t surprise anyone it's not a happy story.
Is she transferring to Eastenders?

200Plus Club

6,829 posts

226 months

Thursday 15th August
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Was thinking earlier about how recent (unfinished or abandoned) storylines in Corrie have been about health in the main. They've done to my knowledge-
Ken- went senile after a stroke, all cleared up
Carla- drinking, liver failure, then psychotic, now almost right as rain.
Young lass with baby and cancer- terminal /life threatening? Now seemingly cured.
Tim- heart attack and health issues- "poof"! All gone
Craig (is he still in it?) OCD and couldn't leave home. All fixed up and detective in training.
Squinty double timing chef- heart attack or similar? Fit as a fiddle now and taking care of two ladies plus hundreds of miles a week driving around plus running a busy bistro..

I suspect if the next big storyline isn't county lines related it soon will be, fall back position being another curable health issue..

Other than that in the last year we've seen lesbian stories, gay, violence and loan sharking, murder and body burials, there surely aren't any other topical stories left, unless she's got plastic bag poisoning somehow or a bad case of global warming disease?
And I'll be watching it again tomorrow lol!

Edited by 200Plus Club on Friday 16th August 06:34

Fermit and Sexy Sarah

7,463 posts

48 months

Thursday 15th August
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200Plus Club said:
Was thinking earlier about how recent (unfinished or abandoned) storylines in Corrie have been about health in the main. They've done to my knowledge-

Young lass with baby and cancer- terminal /life threatening? Now seemingly cured.
A conclusion to Sineads storyline her Cancer ends up getting her



200Plus Club

6,829 posts

226 months

Friday 16th August
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Fermit and Sexy Sarah said:
A conclusion to Sineads storyline her Cancer ends up getting her
Ah so they are closing off that one. Years ago storylines did tend to run and run, maybe she was undecided if leaving the show perhaps.

coppice

5,592 posts

92 months

Friday 16th August
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200Plus Club said:
Was thinking earlier about how recent (unfinished or abandoned) storylines in Corrie have been about health in the main. They've done to my knowledge-
Ken- went senile after a stroke, all cleared up
Carla- drinking, liver failure, then psychotic, now almost right as rain.
Young lass with baby and cancer- terminal /life threatening? Now seemingly cured.
Tim- heart attack and health issues- "poof"! All gone
Craig (is he still in it?) OCD and couldn't leave home. All fixed up and detective in training.
Squinty double timing chef- heart attack or similar? Fit as a fiddle now and taking care of two ladies plus hundreds of miles a week driving around plus running a busy bistro..

Ifootnote]Edited by 200Plus Club on Friday 16th August 06:34[/footnote]
And Johnny's MS has not only disappeared , it never caused him the slightest inconvenience. Close to my heart , as a very good friend had it and it was horrible.

DSLiverpool

11,637 posts

150 months

Friday 16th August
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Also Robert the chef is still banned but driving.
I’m sure Steve McDonald was ill a while back - now ok.
Where’s Devs son ?
Sean was homeless for no reason now fine for no reason.

It’s just so lightweight and fractious, maybe I’m just getting older and see through it all.

nicanary

7,062 posts

94 months

Friday 16th August
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DSLiverpool said:
Also Robert the chef is still banned but driving.
I’m sure Steve McDonald was ill a while back - now ok.
Where’s Devs son ?
Sean was homeless for no reason now fine for no reason.

It’s just so lightweight and fractious, maybe I’m just getting older and see through it all.
You're right. Steve had depression. Just gone, just like that.

I'm surprised no wandering dog hasn't dug up Rick. It was a public park, and he's only about 12 inches below the surface. Any self-respecting gun dog would have sniffed the corpse from half a mile away.

cuprabob

8,173 posts

162 months

Friday 16th August
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200Plus Club said:
Carla- drinking, liver failure, then psychotic, now almost right as rain.
Edited by 200Plus Club on Friday 16th August 06:34
It was kidney failure not liver. Aiden donated a kidney.

200Plus Club

6,829 posts

226 months

Friday 16th August
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cuprabob said:
It was kidney failure not liver. Aiden donated a kidney.
Ah right.well recovered still tho :-)

wjwren

2,793 posts

83 months

Friday 16th August
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Robert's drink driving was 2016 so prob had licence back

nicanary

7,062 posts

94 months

Friday 16th August
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Looked like the late Alvin Stardust in the Rovers tonight.

Sean's flounce is starting to irritate me. After he's taken an order, he always turns on his heels and flicks his head up in a stereotypical gay flounce. No need Sean - we know.

Escort3500

5,565 posts

93 months

Friday 16th August
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nicanary said:
Looked like the late Alvin Stardust in the Rovers tonight.

Sean's flounce is starting to irritate me. After he's taken an order, he always turns on his heels and flicks his head up in a stereotypical gay flounce. No need Sean - we know.
We were just saying a few nights ago that his flounce is getting far more pronounced, which makes him even more annoying.

Wacky Racer

31,955 posts

195 months

Friday 16th August
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nicanary said:
Sean's flounce is starting to irritate me. After he's taken an order, he always turns on his heels and flicks his head up in a stereotypical gay flounce. No need Sean - we know.
Indeed, it was amusing at first (three years ago), but it's getting tiresome, a bit like Steve Wright's serious jockin' (no g) Friday afternoon Radio 2 slot.

Give it a rest ffs!

Robert will be wearing the M6 out between Weatherfield and Stoke at this rate...Oh wait!, he isn't really going, I forgot.

Oakey

24,531 posts

164 months

Saturday 17th August
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What made me laugh was the other week when Robert convinced her not to go to that awards evening and then he arrives at the venue followed by her and her son 30 seconds behind him. Not only did the both of them manage to get ready immediately they also managed to arrive at almost the same time despite her not having a car.

And she's supposed to live in Macclesfield isn't she?

MrOnTheRopes

1,028 posts

194 months

Saturday 17th August
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True haha. Everyone owns a TARDIS.

And those comments about Sean's flounce. Couldn't agree more. It's been irritating me for ages. I've never met a gay person who actually acts like that. He's more like Greg Davies doing his 'camp aisle'.


BrotherMouzone

2,294 posts

122 months

Saturday 17th August
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Steve was really good yesterday. Usually he excels in comedic role but in the funeral home scenes with Emma, he was excellent.

cuprabob

8,173 posts

162 months

Saturday 17th August
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BrotherMouzone said:
Steve was really good yesterday. Usually he excels in comedic role but in the funeral home scenes with Emma, he was excellent.
Yes, I think he's underrated as an actor.

Poppiecock

943 posts

6 months

Saturday 17th August
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cuprabob said:
BrotherMouzone said:
Steve was really good yesterday. Usually he excels in comedic role but in the funeral home scenes with Emma, he was excellent.
Yes, I think he's underrated as an actor.