Wednesday, 2 January 2019

Preview of tonight's Coronation Street - Weds 2 Jan


Wednesday 2nd January 2019

Nick takes a call from his financial advisor who explains he has some urgent news for Audrey. Audrey calls the financial advisor on Nick’s request and she faints. Gail, David, Nick and Sarah gather round as Audrey admits all the money from Archie has been stolen from her account.
MARY HAS JUDE ON THE BRAIN Mary’s private detective tells her Jude was last seen at a B&B in Blackpool and cajoles Roy into the trip. Mary asks Jude to come home however Jude tells her he can’t as he owes the B&B owner £500. While Mary heads off to find a cashpoint, Jude turns to his new girlfriend Kelly and painting himself as a surgeon, makes out Mary is one of his patients!
EMMA WANTS TO BE MORE LIKE GEMMA In a bid to win Chesney’s heart, Emma tries being more like Gemma. Chesney’s taken aback. Gemma reckons she looks amazing.
ELSEWHERE Paul calls in the pub looking for work but Johnny explains they’re fully staffed. Billy tells Paul to meet him at 3pm as he might have some good news for him.

Wednesday 2nd January 2019

AUDREY SEES THE LIGHT With Gail, Nick, David and Sarah present, Audrey reports the missing money to the Police who show her CCTV footage of a woman drawing out cash. Later, Audrey sits alone on Maxine’s bench and breaks down in tears.
IT’S MARY’S TURN TO DUPE JUDE Mary returns to the B&B with £800 but when Kelly refers to Jude as Dr Ken Barlow, Roy realises that Jude is up to his old tricks. Kelly blows Jude’s story wide open to Mary and Roy but still, Mary gives Jude the benefit of the doubt and handing him the £800 tells him she’ll wait for him in the car.
GEMMA FEARS EMMA IS OUT TO GET HER When Gemma receives a crank phone call, she reckons Emma’s behind it and confronts her in the cafe.
ELSEWHERE Billy talks Carla into giving Paul a job at the factory as part of the government’s rehabilitation scheme for ex-cons. Paul thanks Billy for his help and looks at him in a new light.


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