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Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Spoilers for next week's Coronation Street, May 4 - 8

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 May 4 Friday May 8



David absconds with Max and Lily but Max disappears, Billy decides to resign as vicar, Todd reports Mary’s motor home to the council, Steve makes a new canine friend.

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

No Billy, don't do it! Remember what happened to Jenna...

Anonymous said...

Exactly. He'll be stitching knickers in no time.

Anonymous said...

Another parental kidnapping story?We've seen Tyrone do that and it didn't end well and now it's being recycled for David?When is the Platt madness going to end?!
I also agree with comments that Billy shouldn't give up being a vicar for Sean.He's not worth it and they'll probably break up like Jemma and Sophie did.

Zagg said...

Ugh....please don't make Billy leave his career. You don't just become a Vicar by filling out a form online. To ditch everything for a 2 month relationship is ridiculous.
I guess I must be naive, but shouldn't he fighting this Bishop on the gay issue? It's not 1953 in Grantchester.

Laura said...

Is it clear that Billy is leaving for Sean? Maybe there's another reason. At any rate, it's a shame that yet another person with a profession is seemingly going to just toss it away, particularly since there has been no indication thus far that he's unhappy in his job.

Anonymous said...

Zagg, well said. I am quite fond of Billy and am loving that we have someone on the street with a profession for a change.

Anonymous said...

Well Max is such a spoiled brat anyway. Never mat a kid with such a low level of loyalty to family before this. Not realistic...Speaking of realistic..Callum as bad guy. The only realistic attribute is the fact he's never brushed his teeth. Where is our deviant little David when we need him? The David we know would have this guy dealt with a long time ago!!

Anonymous said...

Is Max worth all this bother? This kid has been fought over more than the Gaza Strip (Steve/Becky vs. Kylie, now this) and he doesn't seem to care about any of it.

Frosty the Snowman said...

Yawn yawn just another running off with the kids with the police hot on your tail story - talk about repetitive. Couldnt care less about the woodenly acted Max and this ad nauseum story has to be the worst dragged out one ever on Corrie.

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Anonymous said...

I simply cannot express how fed up to the back flamin' teeth I am with this David/Max/Callum storyline. It's like watching a low rent, unfunny, charmless version of Groundhog Day.

Anonymous said...

Never mind that he's gay, the Bishop is more likely wondering why the vicar is having sex out of wedlock! Why can't that be the issue, for a change?

Speaking of change, can all the kiddies on the Street be swooped up by a pterodactyl so we can stop hearing about them?

Nice to see Steve with the dog; a cute story for a change.

Anonymous said...

Wonder why no one in the area hasn't complained about Mary's motorhome before? Seems to me you can't just leave those things on any street indefinitely.

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