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Sunday 20 December 2015

Corrie weekly awards, December 11 - 14

Cookie Monster award: Tim

Out of character award: I don't think I've ever seen Carla chew gum before. But, come to think of it, I may have heard her buy some in the Kabin on rare occasions. What say you?

Musical Ambience: Beyonce's "Put a Ring on It" in the singles bar.  "True" by Spandau Ballet in the Bistro when Michael was outed as a burglar.

Phrase of Doom award: Eileen saying to Michael that he won't regret going to the ceremony.

Perfect Acoustic award: The back room of the Salon. Bethany always manages to hear the conversations out in the main room with utter clarity, especially when it's something she wasn't supposed to hear.

The Shadow knows award: Billy seems to be shadowing Sarah, why else is he popping up all the time around her when she's in crisis?

Circling the drain award: Once David threw Callum's "murder" back at Kylie in the salon, I could hear the pop of the plug and the glug, glug of their marriage leaking down the drain, couldn't you?

Moment of the week: Audrey telling Bethany she was too old to get pregnant by their family's standards! Brilliant! Sue Nicholls with perfect delivery!!

Christmas Elves award: Sinead, Beth and Kirk turned Number 9 into a Christmas wonderland. But Tyrone wasn't too appreciative.

Christmas fashion: Sean's festive hat and scarf set. Sean's elf ears, too. Eva's knockout tight red dress.

It's all about me award: Eileen turned the revelation about Michael into a big whinge fest about herself.

Lines of the week:
Bethany "Maybe it's time I got pregnant" Audrey "You are far too old to get pregnant in this family!" (Bwahahaha!)
Liz to Johnny "I'm a barmaid. I keep everybody's secrets"
Erica "It's a school play, not an audition for RADA"
Kylie "Maybe it squares it. A life for a death"
Michael to Sean "You're not that superficial?" Sean "Oh I am, cock, but at least I'm honest!"
Erica "I'm just here as her immoral support"
Kylie to David "I don't think you're happy unless you've got an enemy"
Tracy to Robert "Am I in the way?" (Stood in the middle of a busy restaurant kitchen)
Billy "Do you think I should go over there?" Sean "No need. I can hear them quite well enough from here"
Gail "We don't need his help. We make our own mess" and "You! Up the duff by the monster that terrorized our family??!!"
Tracy "I loved my Cabbage Patch Doll" Ken "You eviscerated it on this table!" Tracy "What?" Ken "Disected it!" Tracy "Because I wanted to be a doctor and he (Ken) wouldn't let me use anything live"
Sean about Billy "As far as vicars go, he's more Glastonbury than Canterbury"
Michael "Where's a bloke supposed to go round here to get a bit of privacy?" Gail "Well, not the pub at the end of the street!" (logical)
Eileen "Todd accepting a Good Samaritan award? It's like Tracy Barlow accepting a Nobel Peace prize!"
Eileen "All I've had to eat is a big slice of humble pie"
Michael about Eileen "She's very deep, that one" Gail "Very deep. I doubt you'd hear the splash" (loved that line!)

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Anonymous said...

why didn't Liz keep a glass for Johnny. Carla's usually swigging back a large glass of red at the Rovers just about any day of the week. The cookie thing was cute at the beginning but went into overdrive and became ridiculous IMO.
Why is David so outraged that Kylie might have thought he pushed Sarah in front of Tim's van? He had no problem trying to kill his own brother, or Mum for that matter.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous[14;31]David didn't try to kill neither his mother or his brother as they were both accidents just as Sarah's was hence his anger at Kylie who I may add should be more concerned as David is about Sarah keeping quiet.

Skewered Priorities award.To Billy, despite being a vicar has never offered his support or shown any concern to the Dobbs whose five year old daughter is terminally ill with cancer but instead is more concerned about Sarah who's pregnant fro the third time?!

Anonymous said...

Oh yes Anon @ 16:59! That's very true, Billy should be showing some support to Fiz & Tyrone! I hadn't thought of that. Although maybe he thinks he would get the "what kind of God can give this awful disease to a child" - but that's another storyline altogether.


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