It looks like Sarah is all prepared to up sticks and hop on a plane back to Milan, because obviously moving country at a moment's notice is not at all difficult. As we saw in Monday's episode, David has reverted to his former psycho demeanour after telling Bethany that Callum threatened to come back and murder her in a desperate bid to keep the secret of the sleeping lodger. He also dropped in a casual threat to Sarah that he and Kylie will frame her for murder if she stays.
However, Kylie can see that this is a ridiculous scheme. She gives Sarah a few candid home truths. I'm sure to most of us, it was obvious that moving to Italy permanently would be a rash and ill-thought out decision. Sarah doesn't have a job or even a home to go to. A big concern is also what Sarah may also let slip to anyone once she is there. Kylie persuades her to only go to Italy for a holiday. As well as to visit the also holidaying Gail and take her 'jazzy' dress to her. Goodness only knows what Gail is getting up to in Italy!
Kylie is doing a great job at dishing out the home truths tonight (yet another grand performance by Paula Lane). In an emotional outburst, she asks David the fundamental question "What about me?" She's right. David has been concentrating on keeping Sarah quiet, without giving Kylie, the actual murderer, a second thought. Hopefully Sarah's fortnight in Italy will give this storyline time to progress further and focus on who is arguably the most important person in the Platt clan right now.
|"I don't know why you wanna come near me. You know what I'm capable of"|
"Don't say that"
"I'll say what I want. I wish I were on that plane with her. I wouldn't care where it were going, just as long as it was as far away from you as possible"
|"It's time to go now, mate. You're not welcome here anymore."|
"What would your mum and dad say when they find out their little girl is all over the Internet wearing nothing but a smile?"
Elsewhere, Audrey and Ken grow closer with the ever-so-thoughtful Ken presenting Audrey with the ever-so-Ken gift of an antique radio after hearing that the one in the salon was broken. Audrey thanks him with a slap-up lunch at the Bistro, where the connect over classical music. I am very much warming to the idea of these two together. I am sure Deirdre is lighting a fag up in the sky for them. Connornation Street continues with more riveting drama as Jonny makes a prize ass of himself when he tries to sew.
|"I can't beat when I get home, and I pour myself a very small G&T and then I put on my Mantovani CD"|
"You mean Monteverdi?"
|"Four Weddings and a Funeral, Muriel's Wedding, The Wedding Crashers, My Best Friend's Wedding. Judgement at Nuremburg?"|
"Yeah, I don't know where that one came from-"
"Oh that one's mine , I loved that. Judy Garland's brilliant in it"
Overall, a fantastically enjoyable episode. Jonathan Harvey's episodes are always so.
As always, thanks for reading.
Jordan, Twitter- @JordanLloyd39
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