All I can say is: "Good Golly, Miss Molly". It seems that Molly is fit and getting fitter by the minute and don't think the punters haven't noticed. Jason is interested and ol' Kev is definitely warm for her form (keeps his mind off Rosie - ed). Ah well, the time is ripe for yet another edition of TGIF (Tony Gordon, it's Friday), a selection of some of the memorable lines from the week's Corrie. Brought to you by Webster's garage, where we'll get ya' motor running (or Kev's). Let's roll!
Rosie visits John Stapes in prison:
"Are you just gonna sit there pervin' at me or what?"
(No, because 'pervin' is not a verb. Didn't you learn anything while locked in gran's attic?)
Luke teases Tony about his relationship with Maria:
"Keep your kilt on. It’s just a joke"
(yes, please keep your kilt on and keep the 'Loch Ness Monster' hidden)
Sean is unable to help Ramsay with his crossword clue about English kings:
"I’m better with queens, me"
Fiz complaining to Janice about Rosie Webster:
"Have you got anything in there that makes slutty teenage nymphos disappear?"
(how about hard work and education?)
Sally explaining Rosie's absence from the factory:
"She’s got a dicky tummy."
(...more like a bare midriff and a sugar daddy)
Kelly pooh poohs the idea of Rosie getting together with John Stape:
"...what does little miss social climber want with an unhinged, banged-up middle-aged loser? No offence"
Minnie is impressed by Rosie's tale of abduction by Stape:
"You had your own kidnapper?"
(most people have to share)
Jason tells Molly she's a bit of alright:
"if you weren’t with Ty, I'd probably give it a crack, wouldn’t I?"
(from Jason Grimshaw's new book about women: 'Eat, Pray, Love, Shag'
Rosie explains why she should keep Stape's gift:
"Do you have any idea what you can buy with 150,000 pounds?"
Rosie is much too busy to talk to Fiz about John Stape's suicide watch:
"Look, I'm late for my thalgo body wrap."
(does that cover the mouth by any chance? just asking?)
Molly explains that she's not attracted to hunky Jason:
"Give me a dopey mechanic with hairy back any day of the week"
(woo hoo! Kev's in with a chance)
Tyrone figures out that Jack spent his vacation in Spain:
"You've been lying to me, Jack Duckworth, unless they started selling castanets, sombreros, "I love espagnol" t-shirts in Blackpool."
(Si, Lancashire es muy bien)
Sorry for the long list. It's really been a bumper week for memorable lines (thanks mainly to Rosie Webster). Thanks for stopping by, have a great weekend and I'll be back next week. Cheers.