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Wednesday 1 November 2023

Preview of tonight's Coronation Street - Wednesday 1 November 203

Wednesday 1st November 2023

DANIEL GETS A TIP OFF Daisy lies to Daniel and tells him she’s spending the night at her Mum’s. But when Jenny questions her about her plans, Daisy crumbles and admits she’s spending the night with Ryan. Daisy explains how she loves both Daniel and Ryan but in different ways and she doesn’t know what to do. Jenny urges her to make up her mind before it’s too late. However when Daniel clocks Ryan getting into Steve’s taxi and asking for the Chariot Square Hotel, is the game up? His suspicions growing after a phone call to Daisy’s mum, Daniel follows Ryan. As Daisy and Ryan head to their room, Daisy comes to a decision and tells Ryan that this isn’t going to work as it’s Daniel she loves. But as Daniel arrives at the hotel, determined to find out the truth, has her decision come too late? AADI’S WORLD COMES CRASHING DOWN When Aadi reveals he’s been offered a job shelf stacking at Freshco and by way of celebration, he’s invited Asha and Nina over for afternoon tea, Courtney feigns enthusiasm. With Courtney a no show and Asha running late, Aadi and Nina tuck in but they’re taken aback by the arrival of Darren who has news from Courtney. ELIZA’S REVELATION IS A HORROR SHOW FOR STU When the PI tells Stu she’s had no luck finding any dirt on Dom he insists she carry on digging, whatever the cost. Visiting Stu for tea, Eliza admits she was given detention for falling asleep in class having stayed up all night watching a horror movie. Stu’s furious. 

ELSEWHERE Dylan surveys his packed lunch with disdain. Sean explains that with no money coming in, it’s all he can afford. At Sean’s suggestion Dylan goes for a job at the Kabin delivering newspapers. Asha returns home from her paramedic course and tells Nina all about her day working with Isla and how much she admires her. 

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Bobby Dazzler said...

I forgot that Asha was even trying to become a paramedic. So now we will have these two grappling with jealousy right?
Daisy and Ryan deserve each other...can't stand either of them..
As for Aadi...c'mon lad, are ye blind? You're dad can see it, your sister sees it....hurry up and break up with her.
She's probably going to be the next landlady of the Rovers which is more interesting. It'd be interesting to see her in action!

Anonymous said...

Am furious at Asha/ Nina jealousy or unfaithfulness storyline. Why can't we have one happy couple?
As for Aadi, for a bright young man he's incredibly naive. He won't be able to save up on a shelfstacker's wages. No way will Courtney want to give up her luxury lifestyle. And how did she pay for her retail therapy last week? I thought they were broke.

Sharon boothroyd said...

I find it odd that Sean says he has no money.
He's had 2 jobs for decades and has lived at Eileen's in one room, so wasn't paying full rent and bills.
Surely he must saved up? He hasn't got expensive hobbies.
I know he was homeless and lost money in that pyramid scheme but you'd think he'd have a nest egg tucked away.
Saying that, I think he's doing the best he can to be a good dad.
Dylan knew what Sean's living accommodation was like and he still wanted to move north to be with him.
It would be nice to see Violet at some point, though.
You won't see a happy couple on the street for very long, Anon - that tends to be off screen.
You need conflict and tension to create drama.
Even if it's only a small drama, such as losing a favourite a pen, you need to capture an audience's interest.
If you read a novel where everyone's happy and nothing happens, it would be a pretty boring story, wouldn't it?


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