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Coronation Street weekly update – September 5 2020
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glenda.s...@gmail.com
2020-09-05 09:25:18 UTC
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Corrie weekly updates from 1995
All the wit and warmth of Weatherfield
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Greetings and welcome to another week of words from Weatherfield.

It’s been a strange old week for Daniel. He’s still grieving over Sinead’s death and while seeking a bit of solace with sex-worker Nicky, he thinks they’re becoming friends while for Nicky it’s all about the cash. Daniel confides in Adam about Nicky and Adam is as weirded-out by it as we are. He bumps into Nicky on the street and tells her to stay away from Daniel. “Make it worth my while,” Nicky replies and Adam opens his wallet. Meanwhile, back at the flat, Daniel’s moping about and wondering where his new best friend Nicky has got to.

At Speed Daal Yasmeen goes for Geoff’s throat with a broken bottle. She’s had enough and I can’t say I blame her. However, the actress who plays Alya isn’t my favourite on the show and the character of Ryan is as dull as ditchwater so having to try to care about Alya and Ryan going up against Geoff is a bit of a stretch for this fan. However – rubs hands with glee – Sally going up against Geoff is a delight. But this week she’s up against Tim too, trying to make him see that his dad is a monster. As Tim and Sally argue, Tim tells Sally that Geoff had CCTV installed in the house and Sally finally cottons on to something even more weird going on with Geoff.

As Shona tries to integrate herself back into life on the Street, she and David chat on Maxine’s bench. Shona’s head injury is causing her to do all manner of unusual things and she starts stripping off in broad delight before Jenny Bradley/Connor walks by and tells her to think on and get dressed.

Dev’s got money worries this week now that he’s putting his kids through posh Oakhill School. Asha offers to work in the kebab shop for her dad and Dev cuts Cathy’s hours at the corner shop. Cathy’s in tears over this, which was odd, for surely she owns half the Kabin with Brian or at least works there? And didn’t she have her own home that she must’ve sold to move in with Brian? Oh well.

And that’s just about that for this week.

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This week’s writers were Jayne Hollinson (Monday); John Kerr (Wednesday) and John Kerr (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

Glenda Young
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GordonD
2020-09-05 14:46:27 UTC
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Corrie weekly updates from 1995 All the wit and warmth of
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Greetings and welcome to another week of words from Weatherfield.
At Speed Daal Yasmeen goes for Geoff’s throat with a broken bottle.
Alya.
Dev’s got money worries this week now that he’s putting his kids
through posh Oakhill School. Asha offers to work in the kebab shop
for her dad and Dev cuts Cathy’s hours at the corner shop. Cathy’s
in tears over this, which was odd, for surely she owns half the
Kabin with Brian or at least works there? And didn’t she have her own
home that she must’ve sold to move in with Brian? Oh well.
Maybe she kept her old house on to store all her stuff? Of course, the
scriptwriters seem to have forgotten her hoarding compulsion, just like
they forgot about Craig's OCD.
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Gordon Davie
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kat
2020-09-05 16:17:06 UTC
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Post by GordonD
Corrie weekly updates from 1995 All the wit and warmth of Weatherfield None of
the waffle - and all for just 99p Available
from https://amzn.to/2IUn7bt
Greetings and welcome to another week of words from Weatherfield.
At Speed Daal Yasmeen goes for Geoff’s throat with a broken bottle.
Alya.
Dev’s got money worries this week now that he’s putting his kids through posh
Oakhill School. Asha offers to work in the kebab shop for her dad and Dev cuts
Cathy’s hours at the corner shop. Cathy’s
in tears over this, which was odd, for surely she owns half the
Kabin with Brian or at least works there? And didn’t she have her own
home that she must’ve sold to move in with Brian? Oh well.
Maybe she kept her old house on to store all her stuff? Of course, the
scriptwriters seem to have forgotten her hoarding compulsion, just like
they forgot about Craig's OCD.
I think Roy helped Cathy to clear up, maybe once it was done she got over it. :-)

And maybe the Kabin suffered a loss of trade during lockdown....

But Craig's OCD, I can't account for that going missing!
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kat
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