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Friday, 6 March 2015

Preview of tonight's double Corrie - Friday 6 March

DESPERATE TIMES CALL FOR DESPERATE MEASURES. Steph and Andy wonder where they are going to find £5K to pay off Gavin. But when they tell Gavin they can’t raise his money, he coldly responds that he intends to give Michael the shock of his life. Andy’s panic-stricken at the thought of Gavin gate crashing Michael’s stag do and giving him a heart attack. When Nick hands him the Bistro takings for the bank, Step’s outraged as Andy suggests staging a mugging and giving Gavin the cash. Will Steph agree to go through with the phoney mugging, for the sake of Michael’s health?
MICHELLE FINDS EILEEN TOO COARSE FOR COMFORT. As Gail’s hen party gets underway at the Rovers, Eileen continuously snipes at Gail, to Michelle’s irritation. 
ANNA’S SPURRED ON TO KEEP HER FAMILY TOGETHER. Anna and Owen argue over her hostility towards Linda and him favouring his own daughters over a troubled Faye. In an attempt to escape their kids’ problems, Owen and Anna agree to a night out. But over a drink conversation is strained.
ELSEWHERE Gail’s heart goes out to David as Callum collects an excited Max from No.8. Returning home from a fun trip to the fair, David seethes as Max kisses Callum goodnight. Erica turns up at the pub to surprise Liz.


ANDY STAGES DAYLIGHT ROBBERY. Steph acts shocked when Andy enters the Bistro in a state and announces he’s been robbed of the takings. As Michael fusses round him, the police quiz Andy and assure Nick they will investigate. Andy urges guilt-ridden Steph to keep a cool head. They’re horrified when Gavin arrives to keep an eye on Michael’s stag do and arrange to meet him back at the flat. Gail and Michael look forward to their big day, determined nothing will go wrong! But how will Gavin react when the stolen takings amount to less than half the £5K he demanded?
STEVE LETS THE CAT OUT OF THE BAG. As the hen night continues, an increasingly tipsy Eileen winds up Gail, as Liz and Michelle look on disapprovingly. Eileen gets drunk and maudlin about her single status. Todd offers to help her with online dating but seeing Eileen upset, Steve and Michelle assume Liz has sacked her and offer sympathetic murmurs. How will Eileen react to her friends’ betrayal?
OWEN LAYS DOWN THE LAW TO CALLUM. Anna’s annoyed when Linda, Katy and Callum crash her date with Owen. Katy’s peeved as Anna’s frosty with Linda and when Gail overhears Callum smarming the Armstrongs, she gleefully reveals that he’s a drug-dealer. Katy’s defensive as Owen and Linda reel. Sick of her evening being hijacked, how will Anna respond?
ELSEWHERE Sharif and Roy are interviewed for the one remaining allotment plot. Nick’s delighted to see Erica, they can’t keep their hands off each other as they pick up where they left off.

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Anonymous said...

It's actually nice to see Nick happy for a change.

Getting sloshed on the job and being rude to the main representative of a group event should not lead Eileen to believe anything except that she deserves to be fired. End of.

Frosty the Snowman said...

Too coarse for comfort - LOL - describes Eileen Grim by Name and Nature. I cannot bear this woman and wish she would be written out.

Anonymous said...

I cannot convey how much I detest Eileen - PLEASE do as Frosty says and write her out.

Anonymous said...

Please do not do as the EE-loving moaners say and get rid of Eileen: she is comic gold.

Humpty Dumpty said...

Eileen was once ballsy, witty and the Street's Mother Hen. It's the poor writing that's turned her into the embittered, pathetic person she is now. So many of the female characters have lost their way: Gail, Anna (but I never liked her, anyway), Rita, and probably others. Only Sally seems to have blossomed and that was probably a fluke.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous @ 10:49, where do you get the idea that people who dislike Eileen are EE-loving? Get a grip!

Jonathan said...

Hopefully Gail will punch Eileen in the face

Canadian watcher said...

You are so right, Humpty Dumpty. about Eileen and the some of the other female characters. I used to love Eileen, especially in the cab office bantering with Lloyd & Steve. Oddly enough I am now enjoying Michelle since she learned about Steve's depression and is handling it much better than Liz is. On that note, I would have grabbed those Queen tickets and taken Steve with me, that would be better for him than staying home with his mother hovering and Tony's nose out of joint.

Anonymous said...

That Eileen! She's not clever, not funny, just a mean, spiteful old cow!


Anonymous said...

Anonymous @ 12:18, you forgot to add jealous!

Anonymous said...

Watching in Canada we've just seen Eileen's first shift in the Rovers. One word to describe her behaviour rude. No employer would tolerate that kind of behaviour for one minute. Who does she think she is? I wouldn't hire her in the first place.

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