Wednesday, 21 November 2018

Preview of tonight's Coronation Street - Weds 21 Nov


SALLY’S TRIALS CONTINUE It is the first day of Sally’s trial and she is upset when there is no sign of Gina and Tim. They eventually arrive just as proceedings are about to start. As Duncan takes the stand and paints himself as an innocent victim who fell in love with Sally and was coerced into defrauding the council, how will Sally cope?
GEMMA TURNS SPIKEY ON CHESNEY Gemma watches jealously as Emma and Chesney go for a run together. When there is a break in at a pizza shop and Spike is arrested Gemma accuses Chesney of shopping him to the police. Chesney denies any involvement.
THE SHOW MUST GO ON FOR BRIAN Phil collars Brian in the staff room and orders him to oversee the school Christmas production, a tie-up of Lord of the Rings and Cinderella. In a thinly veiled threat, Phil tells Brian in order to avoid redundancy, the production must be outstanding.


SOPHIE’S DESPERATE TO GET SALLY AN ALIBI Paula tries to get Sally to remember what she did on her birthday as Duncan is saying they spent the night together at hotel. Kevin remembers that Sally spent the evening of her birthday visiting Jack in hospital. Paula and Sophie set about getting the CCTV footage but it looks like it is going to take days. Sophie hatches a plan and tells Sally to pretend to be ill to adjourn the case to give them time to get the footage.
GEMMA SHOOTS HERSELF IN THE FOOT Chesney discovers that Spike did indeed rob the pizza shop and he tells her it was the owner not Chesney who shopped him. He urges Gemma to tell Chesney how she feels. How will he react?
BRIAN REFUSES TO HEAR A BAD WORD AGAINST PHIL Brian proudly presents Phil with his plans for Lord of the Rings meets Cinderella. However he’s disappointed when Phil tells him there’s been a change of plan and he’ll have to come up with some new ideas. Cathy worries for Brian.
ELSEWHERE At Ryan’s request Robert and Michelle give Bethany some shifts at the Bistro.

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