Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Spoilers for next week's Coronation Street, August 1 - 3

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 1 to Friday 5 August
Kylie’s funeral takes place, Sean finds out about Billy and Todd, Craig saves Gemma from Macca, Eileen falls out with Phelan, Audrey and Freddie kiss, Gary and Izzy get back together.

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Cobblestone said...

Here we go; weeks of fraught histrionics from Sean. I haven't even seen these scenes yet and I already want to slap him! Looking forward to seeing Phelan thwarted though, and Todd getting his measure.

Rapunzel said...

Is it just a soap thing or are funerals often held weeks after the death in the UK? This seems to happen a lot in Corrie.

Laura said...

Rapunzel it's a UK thing!

Anonymous said...

A funeral is normally a week to a fortnight later here.

Anonymous said...

I'm also not looking forward to Sean's 'woe is me'act for weeks.
I wonder wouldn't it also be in Todd's best interest to keep quiet?
Since he did lie to the police,surely he could be arrested for
perjury or obstruction of justice.

Anonymous said...

It never ceases to amaze me - the elaborate funerals corrie characters have. The majority of them never step foot inside a church - yet they have the church packed full of people? Where do they come up with the money? David wouldn't have it. Is Audrey paying for everything? Unbelievable.

Anonymous said...

That is a tremendously unflattering photo of Kylie. Agreed that it is ridiculous that these characters would hold funerals and weddings in churches they NEVER otherwise attend. You'd think they'd have more registry office, community centre, funeral home weddings and funerals.

The whole revenge on Robert and his Bistro failure is as tedious to anticipate as Sean's histrionics.

Christine K said...

I agree with that awful picture :< Was she alive when it was taken?

Anonymous said...

Is there some sort of law in England that the deceased's name must be spelled out in flowers? I think every Corrie funeral has had that.

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