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Monday 6 December 2021

Preview of tonight's Coronation Street - Monday 6 December 2021


MAX CASTS SHADE OVER SUMMER AND DANIEL As Amy and Asha scroll through Daisy’s insta pics admiring her tiny waist, Summer puts her sandwich down. Daniel praises the Ice Ball decorations, Summer sways slightly and admits she skipped lunch. As he grabs her arm to steady her as a suspicious Max films their exchange. When Daniel slips an energy bar into Summer’s bag, Max catches the act on camera. Rifling through her bag, Max pockets the love poem Daniel wrote down for Summer, assuming it to be proof of a relationship.

FIZ THREATENS TO BUBBLE OVER Fiz is put out to find Phill and Mimi drawing up plans for his party and ordering hideous party dresses for her and the girls. 

ELSEWHERE When Curtis announces that he’s going to train for the Three Peaks Challenge in aid of Oliver’s fund, Emma worries for his health whilst Steve is touched by his generosity. 


THE ICE BALL IS SHATTERED BY MAX’S REVELATIONS After knocking back some vodka, Max  confronts Daniel at the Ice Ball, accusing him of abusing his position with Summer. Daniel’s shell shocked as Max claims he has proof. Daniel takes Summer to one side and tells her about Max’s allegations. Mortified, Summer vows to put him straight. But when Summer belittles Max she has no idea of what she’s unleashed in Max as he does his worst. 

PHILL’S SPARKLE BEGINS TO DIM FOR FIZ Feeling unsupported by Phill in the face of his mother, Tyrone finds Fiz at the Christmas market, drowning her sorrows. But when Tyrone reveals that Phill has booked a surprise Christmas holiday for her and the girls, Fiz is delighted. Back at home Fiz makes her feelings about Mimi clear to Phill, how will he react?

GRACE PLANS HER ESCAPE Ed and Aggie break the news to Michael that Grace doesn’t want their daughter. Reeling Michael catches Grace at the tram station and implores her not to walk out on Glory. Can he change Grace’s mind? 

ELSEWHERE A sheepish Debbie admits she took the food van and hands it back to Zeedan. Having retrieved Hashim’s dirty cash, Zeedan assures Alya they just need to sit tight and wait for the insurance money. Alya’s awash with guilt. Emma offers to do the Three Peaks Challenge with Curtis to show her support but he’s adamant he wants to do it alone. 

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dhvinyl said...

Day after day I read these synopses with growing despair. What has happened to my soap ? Easy to blame COVID for giving the scriptwriters logistical problems, but really ! It’s all got beyond farce…far too many nonsensical plot lines, far too many characters flitting it and out, few with any depth, too many names to remember. Characters are forgotten and then suddenly reappear with no explanation. Let me know when some semblance of kindness and reality returns. Meanwhile I’ll confine myself to five minutes reading the previews and reviews, rather than 18 minutes of purgatory. Life really is too short !!

Chris22Webb said...

I’m still hanging in there but honestly I don’t know why? Last weeks episodes were a cringe fest. The thought that I’ve got to endure Phill’s awful mother again has me gnashing my teeth. The only recent character I like is the lovely Stu. They can keep him in.

dhvinyl said...

I agree - please don't let Stu have a hidden nasty streak. To get me back we desperately need more mature characters...and far fewer youngsters. Apart from anything else, it's a nightmare keeping up with the names!

coconno196 said...

With Stuart in hospital for smoke inhalation, maybe he can get his cough cured? Then a job at Speed Dahl, a flat, romance with Yazmeen... the possibilities are endless!

Unknown said...

Who is the 'Tiff' eastenders look a like journalist.?


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