Well, the week ends on a sombre note as Jack tells Tyrone the reason for his visit. Elsewhere, Ryan ponders his educational future in Glasgow and Kirk's brain is working overtime as he tries to figure out how to buy a condom (hint: go to a shop). Nick's bar will be called the 'Joinery' although, given that the Underworld gals were in that space for a while, my personal choice would be 'The Whinery'. But anyhoo, let's get to it. Time for 'Tony Gordon, It's Friday', a weekly round-up of some of the week's memorable lines. I have to warn you that it's been a pretty lean week but let's give it the ol' college try:
Sally tells Molly not hesitate if she needs help with baby Jack's health crises:
"If you ever need a second opinion, you know where I am."
(well, okay, you asked for it, You're small-minded.)
Kirk wonders if his seduction techniques are valid:
"Is it true what they say about laughing a woman into bed?"
(Only in certain cases)
Dev offers his take on the art of seduction:
"It all comes down to plumage"
(yes but Kirk's a chicken)
Anna wants to know why Eddie is wrapping a present in the caf:
"It's a cafe not a sticky tapery"
(yes, the sticky tapery is down the street, turn left at the viaduct)
Simon writes a message on a card for Ken:
"Happy Birthday, Granbad"
(In Ken's case, 'Granbad' is pretty accurate)
Chesney reports a vending machine malfunction to Betty:
"I've lost my money in your condom machine"
(fill out this form and take it to the smoking shelter)
Kirk bemoans the fact that he doesn't have a girlfriend and Chesney does:
"I seem to have lost the knack"
(lost the knack?)
Jack declares his reason for returning to his house on Coronation Street:
"I'm here because this is where I want to be at the end"
(oh dear. Say it ain't so, Jack)
Well, ladies and gentlemen, that's it for the week. It's been an odd sort of week but definitely ending on a low note. Oh well. I hope you have a great weekend, as always, I thank you kindly for stopping by and visiting and leaving comments. Cheers and all the best!