Unbeknownst to them both however, Bethany has been eavesdropping. She tells all to Sarah in the presence of Callum. In all honesty, I'm not keen on this storyline and I find Callum to be akin to a 'pantomime baddie'.
|"A coffee would be nice when you've finished YouTubing"|
"Well, whatever it is you do on that thing. I've never understood it"
"Looking at family holidays, actually"
Over at the gym, Sharif is trying to fill the void his son left as manager. After a heated disagreement with a customer, he collapses and is taken to hospital. I am keen to see where this will go. I imagine it will be connected in some way to Kal's death. Any other option would be far too unrealistic.
A comic storyline playing out very nicely at the moment is the Julie/Dev/Talisa triangle. A la Legally Blonde, Julie mistakenly believes that Dev is going to propose to her. However, Talisa, a 'friend' of Dev's from India is proving to be a rather threatening spanner in the works.
Desperate to get rid of her, Julie tells her of a job vacancy. In Macclesfield. However, in true Corrie fashion, a job right across the road lands into her lap. It looks like she is going to teach yoga at the gym. This works for Julie, as she's desperate to get her out of the house and off of her man. Of course, even if she is out of the house, she can't stay on the Street and not cause some controversy. That's just unnatural!
Amongst all this, Brian is still persevering with Julie, begging her to go with him on the world cruise he has won. If it was me, I wouldn't care who it was with, I'd jump at the chance to go on a world cruise. Ha!
|"One of our suppliers knows where they're taking on machinists. In Macclesfield. It's a big company, she'll have prospects!"|
A rather quiet 'bubblegum' episode of Corrie, but important for the transition of the characters and the progression of storylines.
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