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Friday, 29 March 2013

Sneak preview of tonight's double Corrie - Friday March 29

Coronation Street, Friday 29th March 2013 at 7.30pm

Julie and Sean hear the sound of smashing glass from No.9 and then silence from Ruby as she stops crying. Concerned, they rush round but the house is empty with no sign of Kirsty or Ruby. Meanwhile, as Tyrone's trial continues, Julie races to court explaining she's got evidence proving Tyrone's innocence.

The police search through Sunita's belongings and find the spare set of Rovers keys. Dev is shocked. Paul battles his emotions at the funeral of a friend. When Chesney sees Ryan chatting to Katy, he shouts at Ryan telling him to stay away from his son. Sylvia accepts another one of Stan's flapjacks when he insists it will alleviate the pain in her wrist.

Coronation Street, Friday 29th March 2013 at 8.30pm


There's pandemonium in the court as the truth about Kirsty is revealed but where are Kirsty and Ruby? The Judge calls order and Tyrone is returned to the cells whilst the Judge decides how to proceed. Will Tyrone be found guilty or is the new information enough to free him?

The police show the keys to Stella who confirms they're the spares to the pub. Stella's shocked to realise Sunita is the arsonist. Gloria's quick to gossip as she tells a horrified Eileen and Paul that Sunita started the fire. As word gets round, how will Dev deal with the news? And has Karl got away with the crime?

Paul's devastated to learn that his friend's death may have been caused by a deliberate act of arson.  Beth's furious to discover Kirk's taking Chesney out instead of her. How will Eva react when Chesney gets drunk and tries to chat her up? Sylvia phones Stan and places an order for more flapjacks.

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2 comments:

Frosty the Snowman said...

They sure have paper thin walls in the Street. You could hear everything next door at Eileens like you were in the room yourself. Surely those old Victorian houses would have better walls in between?? Funny how t'other side never heard poor Lesley with her traumas.

IdaReigns said...

Oh Lord, it sounds like Chesney is revving up to becoming the next Les Battersby. Tragic indeed.

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