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Rita goes off to see Mavis this week, leaving Norris to manage in The Kabin alone. He’s in his element at first, extolling the merits of the internet to Sharif, telling him it’s cut down the amount of paperwork he had to do in the past. “There were time when I was knee-deep in chits”. But then Norris accuses Maddie of giving him a tenner when she gave him a twenty and refuses to give her the right amount of change. Maddie gets revenge by winding up Norris something rotten, enough for him to think he’s started losing his mind and developing Alzheimer’s disease. I really don’t like Norris. I mean, I REALLY don’t like Norris, but this was just cruel and although I didn’t feel sorry for him, it hardened my heart towards Maddie even if she did apologise to him in the end.
A Perfect Duet.
And that was just about that for this week.
This week's writers were Joe Turner and Mark Wadlow (Monday double); Chris Fewtrell (Wednesday); John Kerr and Martin Allen (Friday double). 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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