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Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Preview of tonight's Coronation Street - Weds 19 August

Wednesday 19th August
CALLUM WREAKS TERRIBLE REVENGE ON JASON David refuses to let Callum see Max when Callum turns up expecting to take Max out for the day. Sensing trouble again, a fiery Jason runs over and sends Callum packing. Refusing to be pushed around by Jason, Callum gets two of his mates to drag Jason into the ginnel and follows them closely behind - intent on showing Jason who’s boss. But when Max spies his dad out of the window, he sneaks out of the house to go and speak to him...but how much of his dad’s behaviour is Max about to see, and what state will Jason be left in?
COMPETITION FOR THE FACTORY HOTS UP Alya is pleased when she manages to convince her grandparents to support her financially in her bid to buy the factory. Carla promises to consider her offer, but Sally is fuming to discover she has some fierce competition...
THERE’S CHEMISTRY IN CAMP Craig is secretly delighted when Caitlin announces she’s going to stay at camp instead of spending 24 hours in the wild with Dougie, Chesney, Sinead and Tyrone. Kirk and Beth go skinny dipping but Beth cries out in pain as she’s stung by a wasp. Back at the camp, Fiz notes there’s some chemistry between Craig and Caitlin and sets off on a walk to give them some time on their own. Is there romance in the air?
ELSEWHERE WhenCarla announces that she’s intending to leave for LA next week, Nick’s disappointment doesn’t go unnoticed by Erica.

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1 comment:

Catman said...

Nick can do better. Carla, albeit fashionable and attractive, has always been toxic since her first appearance on the cobbles. Her good side is always brief and lacking continuity. Invariably a dark narcissistic edge appears and is rivalled only by Tracy's ruthless selfishness. Both are outwardly tough, but possess an inner fragility that makes them interesting. In the end, Carla and Tracy mirror each other without realizing it.

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