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Friday, 19 February 2021

Preview of tonight's Coronation Street - Fri 19 Feb


Friday 19th February 2021 (one hour episode)

SIMON RUFFLES LEANNE’S FEATHERS Leanne shows Simon another feather from Oliver and asserts that it’s his way of letting her know that he’s fine. Simon’s pleased that it’s lifted her spirits. Upside she drops one of her feathers and runs after it down the street, almost getting knocked over by Mary. Nick is concerned at her behaviour. Brian hands her a rubbish bag saying Simon had left it in the recycling bin and she is shocked to discover there is a ripped pillow inside. Furious at Simon she rages at him and slaps him. 
THE WEBSTERS MAKE PLANS FOR THE FUTURE A loved up Kevin and Abi arrive home. As Abi admires her new engagement ring, Seb congratulates the happy couple. 
AGGIE FACES THE BROTHER OF ALL PROBLEMS Ronnie pulls up at No.3 in his flash sports car. Ed and Michael are thrilled to see him. But as the brothers reminisce about old times, it’s clear Aggie is on edge. Aggie admits to Grace that she can’t relax when Ronnie’s around as he has a knack of leading Ed astray. How will she react when Ed reveals that Ronnie’s looking to move to Weatherfield?
ELSEWHERE Having been discharged from detox, Peter’s irritated to find Steve keeping watch over him. Paul starts work with Ed at the builder’s yard. James tells Ed that there’s a chance he might be transferred to another club. George confides in Eileen and Mary that he’s a driver down, meaning there’s nobody to drive the hearse at Ted’s funeral. Eileen comes to his rescue and offers him Steve or Tim.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am a Canadian viewer so have yet to see this storyline. Leeanne is in dire need for grief counselling why can't Toyah see that? I am not looking forward to watching another character (like Daniel) falling to pieces and never going back to work. In real life people suffer great losses in their lives but have to go back to work to support themselves and their families.

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