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Thursday, 29 October 2009

Sneak preview of next week's Corrie, Nov 2-6

Without any piffle, here's the storyline for the week ahead on Coronation Street, all wrapped up nicely in 50 words or less.

Week of Monday 2 November to Friday 6 November

Will Roy tell Maria the truth about Tony?, Dev and Jake have a stand off, Simon’s granddad arrives, Jesse and Julie have a secret rendevous, Sally takes control at Underworld, David brings Zoe home, Freda moves in with Emily, Norris interviews Horace and Joe proposes.

The full weekly preview, with pictures, is right here on Corrie.net

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6 comments:

Yoork said...

@ Joe proposing - Oh, for the love...

Anonymous said...

Just give us more Aunty Pam at her best and the 'street' can't go wrong.

Anonymous said...

Yes, less Gail and Joe -- the addition of a leaky boat just doesn't do much for this storyline...

But more Aunty Pam and her exploding diesel fuel, bad ham, expired pickles, questionable/contraband garments -- with her get-rich schemes and sage marraige advice what can possibly go amiss at the Cobbles? But first -- she needs a HOME!!! I want the Corrie writers to give her a home on the Cobbles! Nothing too fancy -- it can even have a leaky roof as well! This time Bill can fall through the roof into maybe her kitchen while she employs Theresa to make those curry dishes and Kirk and Grahaem to make delivery runs...that way, we got FULL employment in the Cobbles from the only true entrepreneur of the street-- Pammy!

Walzing Matilda said...

When I first saw the pictures with the fireworks I thought Joe has set fire to the boat and Gails house - LOL!

Sunny Jim said...

I don't know about giving the awful Pam a home on the cobbles, I think they should give her a home under the cobbles.

Anonymous said...

Well said Sunny Jim -- Aunty Pam can live UNDER the cobbles...why not?! Maybe that's where she DOES live? You never know with HER!

I read that in expensive cities like New York -- there really are people who've "squatted" and found accommodations under the streets. You climb up the ladder and open the manhole to get outside...

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