Thursday, 15 November 2018

Coronation Street Episode Review; Weds 14th of Nov 8.30pm


As promised, here is the part two review of this Wednesday's Coronation Street.

At the Florists, Abi's pleas for Ken to not call the police go unheeded. As Seb flees the scene, Abi is arrested, and Tracy returns to the scene of the crime. Surveying the damage, the florist picks up her blood splattered sweeping brush.



Simons decision to jump ship out of Coronation Street cant seem a surprise to many, if any, and certainly not to Peter and Leanne. His stepmother, however, seems determined to stop his dream. Roping Gary into dispelling the youngster's vision of utopian armed forces, Simon still seems intent on boarding the next ship out of Weatherfield (via Salford Quays, perhaps).

Maria's dreams also seem to be changing as she officially departs from Claudia's franchise, but receives some bad news from her former business partner.


Sinead's new friend (and cancer sufferer) Steff, offers solidarity, support and odd dietary advice. As a result, a rather vulnerable Sinead rethinks her chemotherapy (again).


At The Rovers, Seb wallows in self-pity and gains nothing from talking to Tracy and Ken. Spotting blood on his hand, Tracy quickly realises it was Seb who trashed the shop. Abi admits nothing to the police and faces a court date on Friday, but first faces Tracy. Laying threats to her former best friend, its now clear that Tracy has another new enemy, which can only promise more drama on the street.

Bring it on!

Anyway, that's me for another week.

I hope you've enjoyed this mid-week review?!

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TARA!









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4 comments:

Humpty Dumpty said...

Steve trampled on the garage laptop right outside the police station in order to save Tracy. We didn't see them clear up the fragments though we're to assume they didn't leave the dubious mess there. But perhaps they didn't clear it all up. It would be an interesting turn of events if a curious passer-by found the bits and put them together.

fairycake said...

I would imagine that our Tracey should be extra concerned over the blood being Seb's! X

coconno196 said...

Oh yes, he's HIV-positive! Bet the scriptwriters have forgotten that.

Anonymous said...

Has no one remembered that Tracy got married in a wedding dress that had grease smeared all the the front of it! Seriously!
The sooner Simon joins the Navy the happier I'll be!

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