spoiler alert: this post makes reference to the June 28 episode on CBC
First, let's have a moment of silence for Leanne... and now a moment of silence for the rabbit. (He'll be missed... unless he winds up in Betty's hotpot - ed). Leanne, we hardy knew ye! (which one? cause it seems one of them is fairly well known - ed). Anyway, the important thing is that Simon is finally coming to terms with his loss (thank goodness they didn't let Ken deliver the eulogy - we'd still be standing in Sally Webster's backyard - ed). And, if I were a betting person, I would say that Peter's mad dash to Leeds means he may be 'United' with Leanne again. Of course, I could be wrong and besides wagering is a mug's game.
Speaking of bets, Steve McDonald is placing a fiver on his lucky horse: 'She's Out'. With a name like that, he can't miss, can he? That depends on the names of the other horses. Let's take a quick look at the racing form. Let's see, the three o'clock...Ah yes, there's:
She's Out: 5-1
Hooch's Revenge: 2-1
Don't Count Your Chickens,: 9-5
Slug It Out: 10-2
Call me Neil: 15-3
She's In Again: 3-1
Steve might want to get rid of Neil's drugs hidden in a box at Streetcars: 17-1
Suddenly, it doesn't seem like such a sure thing anymore...