Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Spoilers for next week's Coronation Street, Dec 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 December - Friday 6 December

Peter snogs Tina, but will he marry Carla? Tim moves in with Sally, Hayley’s son returns, Dev decides to keep fit, David’s back at work in the salon.

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lizzieizzard said...

The wedding dress in the photo looks beautiful

Anonymous said...

How desperate has Sally gotten that she'd let that waste of space Tim move in with her? What's with her aspirations of a grand life but filling her bed with blue collar men??

What's with this "I'm going to get healthy, so let's run" crap? Molly and Kevin, then Chesney (although short-lived) and now Dev. How about a walk around the flaming block and improving your diet?! The man runs a grocery for crying out loud.

Anonymous said...

Amazing how David can be under all this stress, starvation and homelessness and yet not one epileptic fit for the writer's to exploit!

Anonymous said...

Really writers! Orange skinned Tina jealous of Peter and Carla - doesnt she know that he is only flirting with her because its a relief from all the prattling Carla is ear bashing him with - Tina jealous couldnt you come up with a different story line for a corrie wedding - how about a happy event with no drama- Tina is way out of Peters league - and is Peter actually allowed to marry again after the bigamy few years ago?

Anonymous said...

LOL at the random extras. Who are they meant to be?

Anonymous said...

I've never understood who the extras are supposed to be. In the pub it may be understandable, but at the "hatches, matches, and dispatches" are they families and friends that we've never seen before and have never heard anyone even mention? Weird!

Anonymous said...

Could someone please explain this current fascination with strapless wedding dresses? This one of Carla's is typical. [At least she has the figure to be able to carry it off.]
They are so heavily corsetted that they look like they could stand on their own. They're rarely flattering to most women. Is it the prom dress that most girls always wanted? Is it an attempt at sophistication? Is it a form of rebellion against the old style of demure, "virginal" look?


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