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Gary starts work at Roy’s Rolls this week and never has a catering pinny been filled with such loveliness before. Yes, dear reader, I have a soft spot for Gary Windass.
Desperate to find Kylie, David rings and leaves another message on her phone. It’s clear she’s ignoring his calls and messages so he tells her something that’ll get her attention and pretends that Gail’s died. Gail, as you can imagine, isn’t best pleased to hear David say this over the phone but instead of walloping him around the head as I would have done, she just raises an eyebrow and purses her lips. David’s search for Kylie brings him back into contact with Callum, who turns up on the Street again, hanging around little Max and making contact with his son.
And finally this week, over at th’ospickle, Sinead’s great grandmother Agnes returned just in time to learn that Sinead can now feel her legs and her mascara has stayed perfect too. Ah, life is good.
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This week’s writers were Jonathan Harvey (Monday), Cardy O’Donnell (Monday), Damon Rochefort (Wednesday), John Kerr (Friday), Susan Oudot (Friday). Find out all about the Coronation Street writing team at http://coronationstreetupdates.blogspot.com/2008/11/exclusive-all-current-corrie-writers.html
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