Sunday, 13 March 2016

Corrie weekly awards for March 7 - 11

Garden gnome win: Hells Angel garden nomes at Freddie's place! Awesome!

Support of a good man award: I love how Tim is so supportive of Sally!

Musical Ambiance: These Boots Were Made For Walking when Rana was schmoozing the Nazir men.

Fashionista award: The J-Wave aka the ski jump.

Crusader award: The terrible trio (Aidan, Billy and Eva) went in with metaphorical guns blazing and ended up losing Marta to the enemy.
 Sarah went out with all guns blazing to tell Lauren and her mother a thing or two. But I doubt we've seen the end of it just yet.

Foot in mouth award: Rana suggesting that Alya share a flat in the building where her dad died. Ooops.

Witchy Woman award: I'm pretty sure Alya told Rana about Jason and likely pointed him out to her. So Rana using Jason to get under Zeedan's skin was a top class manipulative move in my books.

Debate Venue fail: Crowded into a cafe? Really? Isn't this sort of thing why they invented Community Centres? I.E. RIGHT NEXT DOOR, PEOPLE!

Frying pan into the fire: Audrey went from that dozy Josh as a trainee to Gemma whose name is really Gemini!!! How awesome is that? I love Gemma! She'll keep them on their toes!

Lines of the Week:
Sally "What's the point of having an opinion on something that's probably not going to happen?"
Tim "If you sit on a fence, you get your head carved into a mountain?"
Norris "You're just getting hung up on the wording" Rita "Oh, that's where we're going wrong is it? We're getting hung up on the wording!" Jenny "And there was us thinking we were getting hung up on the facts"
Andy to Michael "Who do you think you are, the fall guy?" (oh, clever)
Tim to Sally "If you pull out now it won't be Norris that you're letting win, it'll be Jenny!" (them's fighting words!)
Audrey "There's change and then there's anarchy"
Eileen "Name one thing less attractive than a clingy man. I'll tell you. A clingy man on crutches" (He wouldn't be clingy if you didn't give him good reason to be)
Eva "Your Tim's got two businesses, talk about world domination!" Sally "The harder you work, the luckier you get"
Phelan about politicians "Hands like silk. Hearts like swinging bricks"
Alya to Rana "I've told you this in confidence so don't go broadcasting it" (But the whole Street knows already, don't they? Or most of them)
Sally "Hello Norris. Still making friends and influencing people I see" Tim "We're here for a pint, not a punch up"
Gail "Excuse me! I am not moving in on him. Besides, If I wait a day or two, he might meet somebody else!" Audrey "Gail, you might need to brace yourself for this one. He really isn't that much of a catch" (heh)

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Anonymous said...

I tuned in for Friday's double bill which is the first time I've watched Corrie in weeks, having finally had my loyalty and patience pushed too far. However, I was pleasantly surprised on Friday and found myself laughing at the dialogue & generally quite enjoying the episodes. The trouble with Corrie is the inconsistency though between writers, so come Monday, depending upon who's written the episodes, it could go either way. Time to trim the fat on the writing team!

Anonymous said...

Yes, get rid of the youngsters who have no knowledge of the programme's history.

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