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Saturday, 16 February 2019

Corrie Comicals week ending 15 February 2019


Sally has brought her yoga routines home with her from prison and as we can see above looks slightly more flexible than Tim.  Observing the two heads appearing above the furniture (above) is Peter Barlow who has obviously been enjoying an equally physical workout in the other bedroom judging by the noises as reported by Tim.


Mary has an afternoon off from the flower shop and is frankly at a loose end as she was unable to join the guerrilla knitters in the community centre as it was full.  She proposes a spinach and ricotta recipe for Dev's twins - but they are eating out.  So perhaps she will have to do some sudoku; but then perhaps some shredding - as she says above it is strangely comforting, like a warm comfy blanket on a chilly afternoon!  Later she takes her magic stew to Tyrone's where the next generation need her help; she should really be surnamed "Poppins"! Tyrone reckons she is a fairy godmother.


There is a subtitling failure here.  The cat did indeed meow.  However Gemma was uttering a swear word which was a "Failure - Unable to Control Kisser" - hint the initial letters are the clue.  It was drowned out by the meow and later when used a second time it was drowned out by a car horn.  So sensitivities were observed.


David has just failed to take a phone call from Gail - telling Shona that she was probably ringing up because she has forgotten how to use the remote.  Or it could be more serious and the house is about to burn down.

Now I entirely understand how Simon was lowered to safety.  If anyone had jumped off the boat as Peter demonstrated then I reckon a broken ankle was the minimum injury he would sustain.


Chesney covers Gemma's eyes as he steers her into a surprise (late) Valentines' kebab not having washed his hands after chopping chillis - and as a result Gemma's eyes are watering!  Not a great start for a romantic meal.


Vicky has just uttered the some what strange comment that it takes a village to raise a child - an African proverb referring to the community looking after the children in their midst.  Tracy (courtesy of Jonathan Harvey) decides to interpret this literally and suggests Vicky moves to the country!

Elsewhere Roy and Brian are researching "RP" and the inscription on Roy's mother's ring.  I have two possibilities.  Robert Peston some idiot TV interviewer and commentator who has a strange way of talking or possibly Robert Preston, bistro owner of the locale.  But surely there is no link between Roy and Robert is there?

Extras at Work


Lots of ambulance staff and firemen (and no doubt women) running around this evening so I reckon they deserve the accolade this week.

Writers: Susan Oudot (Monday); Owen Lloyd-Fox (Wednesday); Mark Wadlow & Jonathan Harvey (Friday)
Directors: Abe Juckes (Monday & Wednesday); David Moor (Friday)

Hopefully more working fingers next week.

Kosmo
@Kosmo100





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