Does Jason Grimshaw have amnesia or not? Personally, I forget... but I haven't forgotten about TGIF, your weekly reprise of memorable lines from the past week of Corrie. I'm a tad remiss this week because, believe it or not, the Corrie Central kitchen here at the Hip-podrome is being renovated next week (no, not by the ghost of Joe McIntyre). That means normal all-encompassing Corrie activities have been somewhat interrupted by logistics and packing (enough with the excuses, ger on wi' it - ed and/or Janice).
Ah yes, well, here we go:
Claire Peacock isn't shy about describing Ashley's sexual prowess:
"What can I say? He's an animal"
(yeah, a wild squirrel)
Sophie Webster explains the rules of text messaging:
"When somebody texts you, you have to text them back. It's like the law"
Steve Mcdonald insists that there's nothing wrong with his libido:
"My mojo is still rising"
(in the East, I believe)
Dev tackles the case of the locked balcony door:
"I'm going to get the big hammer"
(I believe you'll find it right next to the small hammer)
Liz wonders why all the fuss about Steve:
"What's a mojo?"
(I could be wrong but I believe it's a motorized banjo)
John Stape faces the bitter truth:
"I will never teach again"
(yes, but there are plenty of kidnapping opportunities out there...)
Mary tells Norris that she has been poaching the odd candy while working at the Kabin:
"I hope you don't mind me taking liberties with your peanut brittle"
(As long as you don't do it in front of the customers)
Lewis, escort extraordinaire, flatters the lovely Rita:
"You have this aura of glamour about you"
(That'll be £5.45, please. Shall I put it on your bill?)
Well, that's it for this brief week. Some things don't change. Tina's in a rage. Becky's upset. David's a headcase and Jason's brain is not working properly. O tempus, o mores. Or, as Kirk would say, "eh?"
Thanks for the comments, the words or wisdom and for dropping by. Have a great weekend. I'll be back next week. Cheers!