Norris and Mary, Audrey and Lewis, Sian and Sophie, Natasha and Nick, David and Gary. It's all very chummy, chummy on the Street this week but I sense ominous undertones. Ah well, let's just sit back, relax and do a little TGIF, our regular Friday feature which seeks out the most memorable lines of the week. Allez:
Eddie Windass asks Anna for cheese information... in French:
"Ou est le fromage?"
(Ou est Gary?)
Tyrone is concerned about Molly catching something while in the hospital
"I don’t want you getting PDSA or summat"
(or SPCA, that's even worse)
Audrey tells David that he's not doing a very good job of sweeping hair off the salon floor:
"I can see a clump of Emily Bishop from here and she’s not been in for a week"
(Is Audrey doing cloning experiments at night?)
Mary tells Emily and Norris that the RV washroom has been repaired:
"Ah, I've finally got the smallest room mended."
(just in time for the smallest-minded person)
Mary recounts her experience in Andalusia:
"You've got to be careful of prickly pears in the undergrowth"
(yeah, don't make any rash decisions)
Mary again tells Norris about her renowned cuisine:
"My toad in the hole has been much talked about over the years"
(as has her cooking...)
Tyrone tells Molly that he likes certain types of potato:
"Oh I like curly fries, they're like little shock absorbers"
(in fact, that's what Kev used when he fixed Tyrone's car)
Norris complains to Mary about his wine problems:
"Chianti kickstarts my irritable bowel syndrome like nothing else"
(I suspect the irritation is not restricted to the bowel ...or Norris)
Mary tells Norris that his head has been resting on her bosom:
"It’s been a while since a man has ventured there"
(I would even venture to say 'where no man has gone before')
Well, fellow Corrie fans, that's it for the week. I hope you enjoy the weekend and the omnibus edition. Thanks for stopping by. See you next week.