Friday, 20 November 2015

Preview of tonight's double Corrie - Friday 20 November

Friday 20th November
LEANNE PREPARES FOR THE HARDEST GOODBYE OF HER LIFE Leanne calls at No.1 and admits to Ken that she’s finding it hard to cope with Simon. She suggests Simon comes to live with him for a few weeks and Ken agrees. Simon makes spiteful digs at Leanne suggesting she wants him out of the way so she can drag men back to the flat. But as they set off Simon begs Leanne not to leave him at No.1, telling her he’ll never speak to her again if she does. Will Leanne be able to go through with it?
KATE STRIKES OUT AGAINST HER FAMILY When Aidan announces to the factory girls that they’ve a huge order and he’s looking for volunteers for overtime, Kate’s disparaging. On behalf of the workers, Kate demands a decent overtime rate but Aidan refuses to budge. Accusing Aidan of exploitation, Kate gathers her things and walks out. Carla’s quietly impressed.
MICHAEL PLAYS THE GOOD SAMARITAN When Michael takes a booking from a customer at 22 Station Road, he’s clearly uneasy. The driver returns to the cab office, moaning that the customer left her shopping in the taxi. When the woman calls in the cab office to collect her shopping, Michael quickly offers to get one of the drivers to run her home free of charge. Eileen’s perplexed.
ELSEWHERE Luke reveals to Sophie how Jamie has some dodgy photos of Steph which he’s using to blackmail him into racing for him. Sophie’s shocked. Caitlin visits Craig and he offers to teach her his graffiti techniques. As they work on a canvas together, Beth arrives home to find Craig helping Caitlin out of her blouse. Can he convince his mum that it’s not how it looks?

Friday 20th November
LEANNE STRUGGLES WITH HER DECISION Tracy’s unimpressed to discover Simon has moved in. Ken assures her it’s only temporary. Amy winds Simon up by playing her violin down his ear whilst he’s trying to watch a DVD. Simon grabs Amy’s violin bow and the cousins fight. Ken later finds Simon sitting alone in the dark playing on his phone. Simon bitterly shows Ken a text from Leanne which reads “Goodnight.  Love you.” As Simon fails to reply Leanne breaks down, can she stand by her decision?
KATE IS CAUSE FOR CONCERN Johnny lays the law down to Aidan telling him Kate’s still got a job if she wants it. Carla and Michelle drag Kate back to Carla’s flat and over a bottle of wine, try to persuade her to give her job another chance. Will Kate agree?
MICHAEL SETS HIS SIGHTS ON REDEMPTION When Dee, the customer from Station Road, confides in Michael how scared she is to return home alone, Michael offers to go with her and carry her shopping in. Dee’s touched whilst Michael conceals his guilt. What is he up to and how will Eileen react when she realises where he’s been?
ELSEWHERE Beth gives Craig and Caitlin a talk about the birds and bees. Craig cringes but he’s thrilled when Caitlin confirms that they’re boyfriend and girlfriend but taking things slowly. Sophie tries to placate a suspicious Steph, who’s convinced Luke is keeping something from her, claiming that Luke’s got a lot on his plate at the moment as the garage is so busy. 

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

So Luke confides in Sophie rather than telling Steph what is going on?! SOPHIE?! Who writes this stuff?

Anonymous said...

The same people who write the carp that is the Simon storyline.

Anonymous said...

Carp is a more polite way of saying crap by the way.

Beth said...

Michael is guilty to face Eileen because he carry's another woman's shopping into her house - did I read this correctly? When the man is still married to Gail. The woman who lives yards away from him and he had no qualms about jumping into bed with her neighbour!

I still can't understand seeing Eileen and Michael together to this day - Gail forgave him for burgling her house. She was torn because of his dicky heart and didn't want him to die. If the writers wanted to put Michael and Eileen together why didn't they do it from the start.

Counting down to Blackburn's departure....

Bezza said...

I would imagine Michael is feeling guilty because he has burgled her house in the past which would be why she is scared to go home alone

Cobblestone said...

But hasn't Michael stated Gail's house was his first attempt to burgle a house? Hense his inept attempt. Of course, he might have gone on to burgle the Station Road house before being arrested.

Anonymous said...

we really need a whole new crop of writers, ones who don't write carp.

Anonymous said...

Carp! Love it!

Anonymous said...

"Carp" - I love it too. Perhaps it could take on a life of its own, rather like "ping".

Anonymous said...

It seems as though the writers have gone way back to the past for a recycled storyline as Kate urging her workmates to go on strike sounds like all the time the factory girls,Vera Ivy and Violet would strike against Mike Baldwin for unpaid overtime.Too many Connors too few storylines for them.

Zagg said...

And really who gives a rat's furry backside if Kate quits the factory? She has been there for 5 minutes and does nothing but stick her
nose into meetings and hang in the Bistro. Honestly, this story is pure carp!

Ancient corrier said...

Beth, 'counting down to Blackburn departure' you obviously haven't seen Emerdale, don't hold your breath - it's carp too.

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