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Sunday 9 November 2014

Corrie Weekly Awards for Nov. 3 - 7

Camera shot of the week

Media Mania: I really would have expected MANHUNT WIDENED to be on the front of the Weatherfield Gazette, the local newspaper, not in the middle.

Woman's Intuition award: Tracy. Rob only told her generally where he was (A B&B in Bolton) How did she know exactly where to find him? Surely he wasn't using his own name at the guesthouse.

Pack Horse award: Maria made Luke carry her on his back because she couldn't walk a couple of miles.

Cliche award: Luke actually used "It's not you, it's me!"

Misdirection award: Wait. I thought they did over Blanche's room downstairs for Amy? Why did she go upstairs to get her duvet?

Lazy award: Maria was wearing Ugg boots. No excuse why she couldn't walk a couple of miles instead of having Luke carry her.

Musical ambiance award: Tracy sobbing her heart out to Wonderwall which was to be her wedding song.

Dropout award: Katy wants to be a paramedic. That's fine. But I hope they're realistic about it and show her going back to school to get her GCSE and college courses first because she dropped out at 16 to have Chesney's baby.

Vengeance is Mine award: Tracy has found a focus for her heartbreak and anger. Carla. Toxic Tracy is back with a vengeance. Literally.

Lines of the week:
Eileen about Tracy "She's not going to have Precious Memories on the front of her wedding album, is she?" (snork)
Kevin "I thought I was supposed to be the miserable old git"
Tony "We will never have to mention Tracy again" (unless of course, she changes her mind!)
Rob "Bolton's nice this time of year"
Tracy "You know what this is? It's our honeymoon. And I'm a dubious looking woman sitting on a toilet in a B&B" (You're dubious full stop!)
Roy to Cilla "Surely you'd agree. Everyone deserves a second chance"
Rob "There is always a choice" (yes, but some are bad ones)
Eva about Todd "He's not all bad, Jason, nobody is" (he certainly does a good impression of it)
Mark "What's your name?" Kirk "I didn't know there was going to be a quiz!" (I love Kirk)
Owen about Anna teaching Tim "You are going to nag, moan, and generally make his life a misery. Of course I'm on board"

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Humpty Dumpty said...

'I can do it. Who needs the professionals?' award - Anna. She's going to be such a bore ... again. Faye didn't social services support, just Anna's love. Gary didn't need psychiatric support, ditto. A helpful neighbour would drag Tim to adult literacy classes, and that would be great publicity for the service. But, hey, why do that, when we can have big secrets and accusations? Wait a minute, didn't we just have that with Michael/Eileen/Gail?

Anonymous said...

Rob was looking in a local Bolton newspaper, not the Gazette, so that explains why it wasn't front page.

Rob gave Tracy the name of the B&B during his call from the phone box - Woodland B&B or something?

Maria was wearing high heels in the episode. The photo of her in Ugg boots is a paparazzi shot taken during filming!

Anonymous said...

Also, I'm sure it was waterfall by the stone roses that was playing, not wonderwall

Belle Fleur said...

Who is looking after the kids award - Katie and Izzy both at the First aid talk at the communty centre. Chesney seems disinterested in Jospeh and Fizz and Tyrone are always in the pub. Demanding to have a baby as their "right" they are soon ignored so as to lead the life of a singleton.

Frosty the Snowman said...

Where is the money tree award: A meal in the Bistro for 5 would set Todd back a week's wages and Anna and Owen tucked into a fish supper without a care in the world when I thought they were about to be bankrupted. What happened about the house repossession?


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