Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Spoilers for next week's Coronation Street, August 18-22

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 18 August to Friday 22 August

Ken and Deirdre go caravanning, Leanne starts work in the kebab shop, Peter goes cold turkey, Eccles gets into a pickle.

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Paul van der Hart said...

That's one for the books: little miss hoity-toity ex heroin hooker snotty nosed Leanne in the kebab shop.

David Parsnips said...

I really hope we are not going to have Dierdre lighting up non stop amongst that backdrop of thart lovely scenery! I find her constantly fagging it quite revolting.

Tvor said...

I think it's quite funny. Deirdre is even less likely to enjoy the great outdoors than Ken!

Anonymous said...

Leave it to Ken to think some kind of Walden escape would improve either of their situations.

I see the writers are digging deep into the realm of the unbelievable, now. Andrea is hardly worth all this fuss, despite the pleasure of seeing Lloyd and Steve in comedic action.

Leanne has sufficient experience and skills that she'd be able to find something more suitable off the Street - cue Dev and Leanne hooking up soon.

And, who in their right mind would leave their child with Maddie and Sophie?? Besides, isn't Sophie too busy working at the corner shop to tag along all the time?

Anonymous said...

I thought Chesney ran the kebab shop now. Have I missed something?

Anonymous said...

I admire Leeanne's courage to work in the kehab shop.Unlike Gail who's a cleaner for her son and in the gym, at least Leeanne doesn't think she's aboveanyne else and simply wants to earn a honest wage.

abbyk said...

Right on, Anonymous 21:42!! If there was a job available, neither Gary nor Owen was able to swallow enough pride to get it; good on you, Leanne. These days when you lose your job, it's sadly normal that you should expect to take a step or two down the ladder at your next one. Should be interesting, if written correctly, to see new manager Chesney directing Leanne and her years of restaurant experience.

I guess he was deeply affected by his stay in Canada - camping, Ken, really? Looking forward to spending time with Deirdre sans Tracy.

Anonymous said...

It would be nice if Peter would FINALLY give up drinking, Rob would go down for Tina's murder,(leaving little miss saucy-pants Tracey alone...again) and Todd would finally get blamed and punished for his greediness.

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