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Remember when David Platt was evil? You know, really evil? Psycho evil? When he pushed his mum down the stairs, hide drugs in his baby niece’s doll, went on a crazed rampage on the cobbles and smashed things up? Yes, that David Platt. The evil, crazy, rotten to the core David Platt. I fear there’s been an invasion of the personality snatchers in Weatherfield because that’s not the David Platt we’re seeing now. He’s cow-towing to the too-thin, dark-haired, drug-dealing, bad-lad Callum who’s about as scary as the soft squishy yellow bit in a lemon meringue. Gail’s the one to stand up to Callum this week after she storms round to the Dog and Gun with Audrey to give Callum what-for. She was on fire, was Gail, in really good form but Callum just shrugged off her words and instead turned up to tell Max he was really his dad. He’s also applied for a residency order for little Max to go to live with him instead of David. Meanwhile. David nods yes to Callum’s every demand. Come on, evil David. Where are you when we need you?
And that was just about that for this week.
This week's writers were Damon Rochefort (Monday); Ellen Taylor (Monday); Jonathan Harvey (Wednesday); Jayne Hollinson (Friday); Ben Tagoe (Friday). Find out more about the Coronation Street writing team at http://coronationstreetupdates.blogspot.com/2008/11/exclusive-all-current-corrie-writers.html
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