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Coronation Street weekly update – February 13, 2021
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2021-02-13 09:25:22 UTC
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Greetings and welcome to another week of words from Weatherfield. And so, without any further ado, here we go with this week’s Coronation Street update.

The best news this week is that Gail is back where she belongs – at Number 8 Coronation Street. And not only is she back, but she owns her home this time. She buys it at the last minute in an online auction just when it looks like Tracy Barlow has got her hooks into the Platt palace. How has Gail got the money to buy her house back from Debbie? She’s come into an inheritance from her late father, Ted. This means David still has a wodge of cash from selling the house to evil Ray in the first place. It’s money that Gail tells David he has to spend on fixing the sinkhole.

Speaking of evil Ray, he locks Debbie and Kevin inside the fridge at the Bistro this week. Debbie makes the mistake of telling Ray’s business partner Miles that she intends to turn Ray into the cops once he’s signed his businesses over to her. Miles tells Ray who does a runner from the flat, straight to the Bistro and locks Debbie and her brother in the fridge. It’s going to be a long cold weekend for the Webster siblings until they get out next week. Meanwhile, Ray heads back to the flat to pick up his watch before he jets off abroad but while he’s there, he’s nicked by the cops. Huzzah!

In jail, Johnny’s MS worsens and causes him to hallucinate. He “sees” cockroaches, mice, cats and even his dead son Aidan. He confides in Carla when she visits him and Carla encourages him to seek help from the prison doctor, but Johnny’s too stubborn to ask.

Faye’s up in court for hitting Adam in the Bistro and gets done for GBH. She’s released on bail while Gary has to stay in jail on remand for perverting the course of justice when he took the rap for Faye.

Elsewhere this week, Leanne’s still lost in her grief. She finds a white feather in her bedroom and takes it to be a sign from her dead son Oliver while everyone watching screamed: “It came out of your pillow, you daft tart!” Even Simon realises there’s something not right going on when Leanne tells him about the feather, she’s convinced it’s a message from beyond the grave: “Buy a new pillow!” So convinced is Leanne that Oliver is trying to contact her that she rings a TV clairvoyant phone line that charges huge amounts of cash. Oh dear, this won’t end well.

And finally, this week, Todd lurks like a basking shark in the background every time Billy and Paul appear. He listens, he stalks, he leans through a rail of ladies’ undies in the factory. It’s getting a bit silly now. Let it go, Todd. Let. It. Go.

And that’s just about that for this week.

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This week’s writers were Mark Wadlow and Joe Turner (Monday); Ella Greenhill and Sam Holdsworth (Wednesday); Joe Turner (Friday). Find out all about the Coronation Street writing team at Coronation Street Blog: Exclusive: All Current Corrie writers online
http://coronationstreetupdates.blogspot.com/2008/11/exclusive-all-current-corrie-writers.html

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kat
2021-02-13 13:38:50 UTC
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On 13/02/2021 09:25, ***@gmail.com wrote:

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Speaking of evil Ray, he locks Debbie and Kevin inside the fridge at the Bistro this week. Debbie makes the mistake of telling Ray’s business partner Miles that she intends to turn Ray into the cops once he’s signed his businesses over to her. Miles tells Ray who does a runner from the flat, straight to the Bistro and locks Debbie and her brother in the fridge.
And finally, this week, Todd lurks like a basking shark in the background every time Billy and Paul appear. He listens, he stalks, he leans through a rail of ladies’ undies in the factory. It’s getting a bit silly now. Let it go, Todd. Let. It. Go.
It isn't Todd who is Frozen. :-)

Mind you, the waythe temperature has been th elast week where I live, Debbie and
Kevin might be in a warmer place.
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kat
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