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Sunday, 5 April 2015

Corrie weekly awards for March 29 - April 3

Slave Driver award: Norris. Who scrubs doorsteps anymore?

Wrong end of the stick award: Liz wondered if the butlers would do housework with their kit off. Sally reckoned Faye and Craig were just sharing daft little secrets.

Spawn of the Devil award: Beth suggested they watch Rosemary's Baby. Faye hasn't seen it. Probably scare the beejeebies out of her!

Reputation preceeds him: The church ladies giggled when they finally met Norris. Wonder how much Emily's told them? Enough, I reckon.

The Last to Know award: Liz doesn't want another woman to get her hands on her man. Ooops! Too late!

Music fail: Does anyone here really believe that Michelle would have chosen Barry White for a romantic meal? Really? Because I don't.

BFF award: Looks like Simon and Zeedan are now best buddies.

Can't take the English out of the girl: For all her formative years spent in Italy, Bethany still prefers a nice cup of tea.

Phrase of Doom award: Gary reckons their luck must be changing at last, now Owen's landed a part time job. Owen figures their luck couldn't get any worse. That was also the day their 13 year old gave birth.

Selective hearing: Sophie could hear a bit of bumping around in the flat overhead. How come she didn't hear Faye's terrified screaming?

Musical Ambience: Smooth Operator when Jason and Gary were talking about Callum in the pub.

Reality check award: Labour was far more scary than either Faye or Craig expected.

Lines of the week:
Sean about the Butler auction "This is supposed to be a hot totty fest, not a kiddies' party"
Sally about Craig and Faye "I know kids. It'll be something and nothing"
Steve "I didn't propose to her out of some psychotic breakdown"
Tracy "There should be a law to protect honest (cough), hardworking business owners like me!"
Leanne to Steve "You've not got the monopoly on misery"
David to Gail "You're not leaving me with Bride of Chucky!"
Tim to Tyrone "How'd you manage to get gravy down your back?" Tyrone "I like gravy" (um. Yeah. And?)
Norris (in front of Emily and the church ladies) "This is supposed to be a pub, not The Best Little Wh@rehouse in Texas!"
Steve "Is that a charity auction or a human sacrifice?"
Steve to Tony "Me and Michelle are going through one of the worst times of our lives and you're throwing some Barry White sex party in the back!?"
Bethany about David "He stuffed drugs in my dolly when I was little. I can say what I like!"
Gail "There's always something lurking round the corner. Something you didn't see coming" (ain't that the truth!)
Sally "I'd rather to a 10K run in high heel shoes!"
Tim "I'd rather be jaded than be 16 again" (me too, at least where boys and hormones are concerned!)
Sally "It's always a bit tragic when you see a woman dining on her own. It's the sort of thing poems are written about" (And you can see why I absolutely love Sally Webster!)
Callum "I know loads of games where you can end up in jail" (don't you, just)
Sarah to David "Why are you doing that creepy voice? Oh, I forgot, it's your normal one"
Carla "I'll stick the cooker on. Only I'm not sure know how to work it!"

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Humpty Dumpty said...

Proper Award award: Joint Award for Outstanding Performance goes to Ellie Leach and Colson Smith.

abbyk said...

Worth watching again: Craig and Faye on Friday's double. Where did Ellie Leach, who is what, 15, find that performance? And Craig, the awkward boy who became the most prepared, responsible resourceful birthing partner ever, and he isn't even the daddy. Just imagine Steve if Michele went into labor, or any of the other street knuckleheads and you'll see what I mean.

One Word Says It All: Faye and Craig again, for "Thanks"

Speaking of Awkward: nobody's gotten as much as a phone call from Deirdre in how long?

Roll Out the Welcome Mat: Sarah. Bethany's a handful, but I do like how Sarah sparks off of David. So, why aren't the Platt girls staying in Simon's old room at Nick's huge flat around the corner?

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