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Monday, 20 February 2012

Sneak preview of tonight's double Corrie - Monday 20 February 2012

Coronation Street, Monday 20th February at 7.30pm

KATY LEAVES HER BABY WITH FISH-KILLER FAYE. Chesney's agreed to look after Joseph while Katy goes shopping but has to cancel when a market meeting is called. As Joseph cries Katy is clearly struggling and desperate to escape she leaves him alone in the house. But when Faye catches her she's forced to cover and asks Faye to look after him instead. Faye's doing a good job and feeling very pleased with herself she puts some toast under the grill before nipping outside to dispose of a dirty nappy. But when the door blows shut and Faye's locked out she starts to panic as smoke pours from the grill!
LEWIS' GRAND GESTURE ANGERS AUDREY. Gail is worried that Audrey is considering taking Lewis back. She's tempted but as he begs her forgiveness she stands firm and throws him out of the salon. But when a huge delivery of flowers later arrive will Audrey be swayed?
TOMMY BUILDS HIMSELF UP FOR A FALL WITH TINA. When Tommy tells Tina he wants to be more than good mates she's prepared after her conversation with Stella. Not wanting to ruin their friendship will she knock him back?
Elsewhere Beth enjoys winding up Tracy. Carla's furious when Frank's interference causes her to lose a new contract with potential buyer Jenny.

Monday 20th February at 8.30pm

OWEN'S ACTIONS DRIVE HIS DAUGHTER AWAY. Panicking Faye finds Anna and Owen. They rush over and as Owen barges the door open and puts out the fire Anna takes Joseph clear of the smoke. Returning home Chesney's horrified to see what's happened and more so what could have happened. As Katy rushes in making her excuses to Faye they trail off as she sees everybody. Exhausted Katy tries to explain but when she slips up and reveals she's left Joseph alone before they're horrified. Picking up Joseph and walking out Owen claims this is the proof that they're too young to look after a baby. Ches, Fiz and Anna go after him working to diffuse the situation. But when they get back to the house Katy's gone. Has she done a runner?
TOMMY PULLS A RANDOM GIRL AS TINA HOLDS A CANDLE. Following Tina's rejection, Tommy returns to what he does best and using Tyrone as his wing man he chats up a girl in the Bistro. Back at the pub Tina confides in Stella that she only turned Tommy down as she doesn't want to get hurt again. Stella convinces her Tommy's worth taking a chance on so psyching herself up Tina heads out to confess her feelings to Tommy. But is it too late?
GAIL ACCUSES AUDREY OF FALLING FOR LEWIS. Having decided they need to talk Audrey tracks Lewis down to a large house. When he's reticent to let her in she assumes he's with a woman. But when an embarrassed Lewis is forced to admit he's living in a shabby bedsit while he settles his debts Audrey's stunned. Will her new view of Lewis convince Audrey that he's changed?
Elsewhere a distracted Peter hands Karl an unstamped betting slip. Carla's furious when she finds Frank, Anne and Sally toasting their success at landing a big order after Frank blew her deal. Will she turn to the bottle?


Frosty the Snowman said...

More Tiresome Tina and Tommy - yawn! I hope the episodes are better than yesterday's offering which was very poor indeed.

Danny-K said...

What's happened to Tommy?

- From being introduced as some sort of strutting Alpha male, a ladies man, you would not have been surprised to hear him sing "I can pull any girl. I can pull ...."
- sung to the theme tune advert of:
"We buy any car, we buy..."

These days he's gone very wimpish. Was that the point of his character?
- Initially introduced as full of bravado, only to be later exposed as an empty vessel full of false bravado, an angst ridden, furrowed brow, indecisive, worry-bean counter, terrified of a knock-back from Tina?

Feels more like a production team decision foisted upon the character than a natural organic character develompent.


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