Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Sneak preview of next week's Corrie, Feburary 6-10 2012

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 6th to Friday 10th February 2012


Simon catches Peter and Carla together, there's tension for Steve and Tracy at No. 13, will Rosie dump Jason? and Paul and Lesley move in with Eileen

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9 comments:

Dilly Daydream said...

Paul & Lesley move in with Eileen?? Where?? Where do all these people sleep? Are all these houses like the Tardis?

Anonymous said...

Not just sleep either. We've only ever seen Eileen's sofa and teeny kitchen, sounds like a very good reason for Rosie to leave Jason.

Anonymous said...

Paul and Lesley move in with Eileen. C R A P

Anonymous said...

Would be much more realistic if Eileen moved in with them!

Anonymous said...

Is Eileen's house the smallest house of all?

ChiaGwen said...

Does Paul/Lesley not have ANY relatives they could stay with or why can't Lesley stay in the care place and Paul at a B&B - doesn't look like he is short on funds by the look of his house. Paul and Eileen are mis-matched - no chemistry what-so-ever.

Dilly Daydream said...

I agree ChiaGwen - no chemistry at all and a big "eeuuwww" factor.

Humpty Dumpty said...

If they are taking advice from the Alzheimer's Society or whichever charity it was, surely this development would have been ruled out. To move someone with dementia into a strange house with a load of people coming and going just doesn't ring true. What a shame, it had all the makings of a great story.

Frosty the Snowman said...

I dislike the Paul and Eileen story. If they had built it up slowly with a friendship that developed into something else I may have had more sympathy but they jumped into bed within days or even hours. Poor middle aged rather unattractive Eileen is just desperate for a man or a share of one and Paul is beneath contempt. How ridiculous that they would all move into Eileens when they have a larger nicer house where Lesley is familar with the surroundings, stretching the imagination to suit a story a bit too far writers.

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