Friday, May 27, 2011

Tony Gordon It's Friday: the souvlaki edition

spoiler alert: this post makes reference to the May 26 episode on CBC

Kalimera to fellow Corrie lovers! This edition of Blanche's Polish Hip is brought to you by Grecian Formula for Men: "Grecian Formula makes Lewis looks good while he's conning Deirdre at the bookies". Well, it's only a matter of time before, Audrey invests all her money in a Greek hotel (what a drachma queen! - ed). And, it's only a matter of time before Fiz figures out that being in Canada is not quite the same as being dead. (RIP = Residing in Penticton? - ed)

In the meantime, let's take a look at some of the memorable lines of the week in this edition of TGIF (Tony Gordon, It's Friday). Eureka:

Mary is helping Hayley with wedding plans but tells her she is pressed for time: 
"I have to give Norris a scalp massage"
(well at least it's easy to find...)

Gail is worried about Audrey's rash decision to buy a hotel:
"I thought Greece was bankrupt"
(so it looks like Audrey will fit right in)

Steve tries to impress Russ & Lloyd with his soccer prowess:
"I taught Wayne Rooney everything he knows"
(that's why Wayne's so good at taxi driving and skiving in a pub)

David worries about the fact that Gail likes Lewis:
"If me mom likes him he must be a nut job"
(out of the mouths of babes...)

Natasha tries to convince Roy to become her customer:
"Tell you what you need. An Indian head massage"
(I didn't even know Roy's head was from India)

Charlotte tells Fiz part of the truth about Mr. Fishwick:
"Nobody can talk to Colin"
(except perhaps a medium...)

Charlotte tells Fiz why she can't talk to Colin:
"He's gone back to Canada"

Fiz insists that it must be possible to contact Colin:
"They have phones in Canada"
(yes, we got them last year along with indoor plumbing)

Fiz warns Charlotte to stay away from John
"You go anywhere near him and I'll smash your face in"
(stop beating around the bush and say what you mean)

Eileen wants to know why Jason insists on sticking with his current boss when there's no work:
"Are you in love with Bill Webster?"
('cause if you are, there's a wicked music festival you should go to. Bring a tent)

John Stape tries to explain his actions to Fiz:
"There's something wrong with me"
(Surely not!)


Well, ladies and gentlemen, that's it for the week as three women struggle with the substandard men in their lives. Fiz has got to deal with Stape. Audrey has the slippery Lewis to contend with and Cheryl continues to extricate herself from a relationship with a devious, wife-beating husband while keeping Lloydie at arms' length. Have a great weekend and enjoy the omnibus on Sunday. As always, it's been great to have you here at the Hip and we'll see again next week. Cheers!

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