Friday, 3 October 2014

Preview of tonight's double Corrie - Friday 3 Oct

Friday October 3rd 2014
THE PAST COMES BACK TO HAUNT KYLIE. Kylie tells David she is poorly so can’t go to work. Once he has gone she heads for the bus where Eva finds her and offers to accompany her to her old neighbourhood. At the pub she finds Gemma but there is no sign of Max’s dad Callum - until she is about to leave...
TIM’S MISTAKE RAISES EYEBROWS. Tim is thrilled with the flyers he has had made for his window cleaning business but they make more of an impact than he had expected - thanks to an unfortunate typing error. When Maddie catches people sniggering over them she makes it her mission to try and get all the flyers off the streets.
MARY’S JEALOUSY SIMMERS. Mary is furious to find Norris and Rita gossiping about a possible burgeoning romance between Julie and Dev.
Elsewhere Liz confides in Eileen that Jim is using his hold over Peter to blackmail her into visiting him in prison.

Friday October 3rd 2014
KYLIE’S INEXORABLY DRAWN BACK TO HER OLD LIFE. Eva is shocked to see how Kylie is with Callum and his mates - laughing and joking rather than speaking to him about Max which was supposed to be the reason for the visit. Callum is a good looking charmer, dangerous and sexy, and as they are leaving he writes his number on Kylie’s arm and tells her to keep in touch. But when Kylie returns home she finds Max and David have prepared her a special meal and she feels guilty about seeing Callum.
MADDIE HELPS TIM CLEAN UP HIS MISTAKE. Maddie and Tim race around Weatherfield collecting all the dodgy leaflets - but it’s too late Sally has already taken a call from someone wanting Tim’s ‘services’ and is furious with him. Tim’s still adamant he doesn’t want Maddie telling Sally about his reading difficulties
LIZ’S LOYALTIES ARE DIVIDED. Eileen thinks Liz should defy Jim and tell Deirdre about his blackmail. But when Deirdre thanks Liz for her help over Peter Liz can’t bring herself to come clean to Deirdre, Tony or Steve.
Elsewhere Dev finds himself making the situation between Mary and Julie worse with his hapless attempts at being kind to both women - but does he really have feelings for Julie?

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Frosty the Snowman said...

What a Saint that Maddar is, goodness knows what the Street did without her.

Louby said...

It's Kylie haunting her past, not the other way round!

Last night's episode was the worst I've seen for a very long time. I don't know which was worse, the contrived plot to get Callum into the show, or the ridiculous spelling mistake fiasco. Whichever, I finished the hour wishing I had spent the time watching paint dry or something just as stimulating.

For a week or two now the programme has felt like it's just passing time before a much better plot, ie Peter in court and the weddings. Bring it on!

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