Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Spoilers for next week's Coronation Street, May 9 - 13

Without any piffle, here's the storylines for the week ahead on Coronation Street, all wrapped up nicely in 50 words or less.

Week of Monday Monday 9 May to Friday 13 May
Roy returns, Jason struggles at Tony’s funeral, Nick calls the wedding off, Fight breaks out at Carla’s hen party, Johnny offers to accompany Jenny to Blackpool.
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Abercrombie said...

Cathy was wrong to take Alex in without asking him. What a presumption. Only someone like Roy would try to make it work from the milk of human kindness.

C in Canada said...

I agree with Abercrombie. I was of the same opinion when I read about Cathy inviting Alex to stay when Roy's not even there to consult.

Anonymous said...

I also agree with Ambercrombie and C in Canada about Alex. Unfortunately my worst fears came true and he and his friends seemingly trash Roy's flat.I hope Cathy doesn't defend his actions as Anna did when Gary tried to rob Roy.I'm tired of storylines in which Roy's kindness and good nature gets taken advantage of by those who 'care'about him.
I wonder if Chesney is staying in Portugal for good?He doesn't seem interested in Sinead anymore.
Poor Craig.

Anonymous said...

Cathy is a wackadoodle. Roy should get rid of her and scumbag Alex as soon as possible. Never mind trying to bond with that useless brat, throw them both out for taking liberties.

Sinead should find another bloke. Chesney is useless, a whiner and a jerk. Sinead would do better with Roy, for heaven's sake.

Totally surprised that after such a long quiet lapse that Craig is returning to the breakdown of his sweet relationship. Alas he is young and will recover.