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Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Preview of tonight's Coronation Street - Weds 19 July


WEDNESDAY 19TH JULY
EVA AND ADAM JOIN FORCES Forming a plan, Adam instructs Eva to borrow Aidan’s paperwork regarding the flat purchase. On Adam’s advice, Eva suggests to Aidan that having looked at his accounts, it might be best to put the flat in her name. Adam suggests their next move should be to take the factory from him.
PHELAN’S DYING TO GET TO KNOW NICOLA Phelan offers Seb his job back at the builder’s yard.  Seb’s pleased. When Nicola calls at the yard and invites Phelan for a drink, he’s surprised but thrilled. Over a drink, Phelan chats away to Nicola, trying to get to know her. However when she reveals that she knows he’s dying, Phelan’s completely thrown.
BETHANY TAKES A STEP ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY Craig tells Bethany how he confronted Neil who denied everything. Bethany’s gutted but Craig assures her he knows she’s telling the truth and he admires her for showing such amazing strength despite all she’s gone through. Buoyed by Craig’s words, Bethany announces she’s going to seek professional help. Sarah’s pleased that she’s finally turned a corner.
ELSEWHERE Brian refuses to back down over Roy’s litter fine. Zeedan and Rana attend Luke, Kate and Alya’s flat warming party. Luke leans in to kiss Alya will she respond?

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4 comments:

boris the spider said...

Ow! Ow! Ow! Can you hear that? It's the sound of me pulling my hair out over Brian's pathetic storyline. If the writers can't come up with anything better than that, PLEASE, for the love of God, WRITE HIM OUT! and Cathy with him.

Laura said...

Glad to see Luke will be getting some screen time. I enjoy his character and would love to see him have a real storyline before the actor decides to leave.

Where's Emily?? said...

Painful to watch is right Boris! I skipped over Brian after watching the first scene he was in. Terrible writing/idea, seriously, who would believe the megaphone for a litter inspector. Really? More like a Benny Hill sketch, 'cept not as funny.

coconno196 said...

Yes, ridiculous to issue a fine for a single piece of paper clearly dropped in error. But I did enjoy Kirk's and Chesney's intervention, Googling the regulations.

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