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Monday, 28 November 2011

Sneak preview of tonight's Corrie, Monday 28 November at 7.30pm

Coronation Street, Monday 28th November @ 7:30pm
Kylie leaves David holding the baby. As Steve heads off on holiday with Tracy , Becky tries to remain positive, refusing to leave Weatherfield. But when she sees Max moving into the Platts she’s jolted. Kylie’s doing everything she can to settle Max into his new home but when she receives a call from a client about a nail appointment she’s forced to rush off. Alone with Max, David does his best but as they play football in the garden David gets into a row with Owen and when he takes his eye of Max he disappears!
Nick and Eva take the law into their own hands. When Ian comes into the Bistro to explain his company’s position Nick and Eva learn that all stock has been impounded. They head down to the warehouse to claim the wine Nick’s paid for but it’s a waste of time. However Eva vows she isn’t leaving empty handed and breaks into the building. Following her inside Nick locates his stock. Will they get out without being caught?
Sophie’s attraction for Amber grows. Sophie’s put out when Sian turns down a trip to the cinema because she’s got too much coursework on. But when Amber casually suggests she go with her instead will Sophie agree?
Elsewhere Frank’s impressed with Sally’s work when she proposes a potential deal for the factory. Carla takes back the reins at Underworld.

8 comments:

Frosty the Snowman said...

Why have this pair fought so hard for custody of Max when he is obviously going to be shoved from pillar to post? This Max story should have been put to bed ages ago, now its ground hog day of Becky getting upset over him all over again. Franky boring.

Kate said...

I have to agree with you Frosty. I enjoy watching David and have grown to like Kylie, but this Max business is extremely tiresome. And Max disappears AGAIN? Oh my...

Anonymous said...

I too am liking the David/Kylie pairing, and it seems Gail is very happy to get the chance to spend time with Max, even giving up the recently coveted job as waitress.
Somehow Gail has gotten into the 'grandma' mode lately, acting deliriously happy and even comical, which makes a real change.
I'm bored with Max and Becky, shame they couldn't have gone off together.

Humpty Dumpty said...

Having a young child in the house will probably bring out all the good things in Gail. I'm looking forward to her telling Nick he's old enough to live somewhere else as they need the room. And about time, too!

Anonymous said...

Oh yes! Noticed Nick was a bit pre-occupied when told the news about Max, wondered when he'd get round to realizing his space would be in jeopardy.
I liked seeing Gail happy, and so funny with that knife-handling, unsuitable for cutting up fruit, but still funny.
Glad she's happy about David, Kylie and Max, it's about time we see Gail lose the sour expression and be more positive.

Anonymous said...

I too will be happy to see Gail with some meatier bits. Her being relegated to popping out of the loo now and again to say something ridiculous is tiresome...and Nick treats her like $hit.

Adam Rekitt said...

Yes, I think the way Nick treats Gail is unnecessary and unpleasant to watch. She is his mother, provides a roof over his head at 30 (yes, he is meant to be 30!) and deserves some respect. I don't believe parents should smack their children, but I would cheer if Gail smacked him across his smug chops. His pained expression would be right for once.

Anonymous said...

Nick can buy Lloyd's or Jason's place and take Eva with him. Gail needed something to occupy her time; that's why we have Max. He and Simon can be the neighbourhood bad-asses soon enough.

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