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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Preview of tonight's Coronation Street - Weds 25 Jan

Wednesday 25th January
STEVE AND MICHELLE SAY GOODBYE Steve enters the Chapel of Rest to find Michelle asleep on a chair. Steve gazes emotionally at Ruairi’s tiny body in the coffin. Michelle wakes, grateful to find Steve there. Promising never to mention the kiss, Robert heads off. Michelle kisses Ruairi goodbye and tells Steve that she wants the funeral to be a private affair with just the two of them present. Billy conducts Ruairi’s funeral as the two parents come together united in their grief. NICK’S PARANOIA BOILS OVER When a delivery man calls at the Rovers with a parcel, Liz is horrified to realise it’s the moses basket she ordered for Ruairi. Liz calls on Leanne and offers her the basket, explaining that she doesn’t want Michelle or Steve to see it. Leanne’s touched and when she feels her baby kick, she allows Liz to feel it too. But how will Nick react when he arrives home to see the gift and to the realisation that Liz knows their baby is Steve’s?
HAS AIDAN PUSHED ALYA TOO FAR? Adam barges his way into the factory and demands a valuation of the business but Aidan and Johnny tell him to sling his hook, promising they’ll see him in court. Adam approaches Alya and suggests that if she can do some digging and help him with his case against the Connors, he’ll make it worth her while. When Alya suggests she deserves a promotion, Aidan’s dismissive leaving Alya annoyed. Has this pushed Alya to make the deal with Adam?
ELSEWHERE When Brian flouts the house rules yet again, Norris tells him to consider himself evicted. As Roy mulls over his next model railway project with Shona, they’re interrupted by the arrival of Brian with all his worldly goods in tow. But does Roy really want a companion?

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19 comments:

Linda Shockley said...

Now I have to run to goggle to find out what a Moses basket is.

Anonymous said...

I would've thought it was fairly obvious Linda :-)

I was looking forward to Brian's return but I am disappointed. He's not a neat fit any more.

Anonymous said...

Not everyone is steeped in Christianity, Anonymous. Linda, a Moses basket is a wicker bassinet for a new-born baby to sleep in.

Anonymous said...

Dig not called for..a simple explanation would have sufficed.

Linda Shockley said...

Thanks to everyone for coming to my defense. To be accurate, though, you could also be Jewish to understand that reference. I thought it was something special. For instance, I would not have known it had to be wicker.

Linda Shockley said...

I likewise am disappointed in Brian's return. Julie should have come back too, maybe then he would have a better fit.

Linda Shockley said...

Why not just call it a bassinet?

Anonymous said...

I only ASSUMED it would be a bassinet for the baby, based on the word BASKET. I'm not religious, so if the word Moses is supposed to be the 'give away' -- wrong.

Anonymous said...

Because that's an American/Canadian word! In the UK, it's a Moses basket. The word bassinet I'd never used over here

Anonymous said...

Adam pressing on Alya in order to get into Underworld is yet another repeat of a plot in the past ---Nick manipulating Kelly to get into the partnership in Underworld with Carla and then they both turn on Kelly.

Louby said...

Brian! You've got a well paid job, rent a flat of your own!

Yes, I know that wouldn't give us the interaction between him and others. It was quite good to see Sean and Norris together. When Brian first returned I thought he would be a good friend for Mary, but we haven't seen her for ages!

Anonymous said...

If all we are going to do is argue over about who is right about the Moses basket then what is the point?? It really doesn't matter in the whole scheme of things. What is more important is how pointless this episode is, Moses basket or no Moses basket.

abbyk said...

As it happens, I am American and had never seen or heard of one until I was at school in France, where it is called a moïse. Had to look it up (pre-google) in spite of being Jewish and felt like a complete idiot for not getting the reference right away.

Thought it was a lovely gesture from Liz and enjoyed her and Leanne tonight. Nick, OTOH, deserved a push into the canal. What a jerk.

Anonymous said...

Agree with you Abby about Nick. What a nasty person he has turned into.

Pat said...

Why is Leanne with Nick? He is just horrible. Drains the joy out of everything.

Tvor said...

Nick has never been a nice person. He was a scowly resentful teenager, then a whiny, selfish pretty boy and he's now arrogant and a control freak. No change there, then, only an escalation of "tosser" as he ages.

Anonymous said...

Loving your turn of phrase Tvor :-)

Anonymous said...

Tosser is the right word for nick or 'nasty nick' we should call him (like the original big brother show in the UK) :)

Anonymous said...

Well said TVOR! I cannot stand Nick, never have never will.

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