Saturday, May 2, 2015

Coronation Street TGIF:The Tinyman Square edition

a look back at the week that was on Canada's Coronation Street

Oh look, David's taking a mysterious trip and he's packing a trunk. Oh sorry, I mean he's packed into a trunk.

That's what happens when you deal with a thug like Callum. Davey gets Fake Gavin to plant drugs in Callum's car but Callum finds out, gets upset, and gives David a trunk ride and some tummy nuggies.

Elsewhere, Sean and Rev. Billy are getting serious. Eileen continues to dabble in Internet and real life dating and Roy strikes up a friendship with a gardening neighbour but Sharif is more interested in getting his hands on her... um... allotment (so that's what the kids are calling it these days - ed).

Jenny Bradley? She's got some kind of kid-related hang-up which causes her to go into a frenzy every time Baby Jack burps. Norris reveals his secret fantasy: he wants to ban 16 year-olds from the shop (I'm sure the feeling's mutual - ed).

Sally is upset by the graffiti on her wall. Sinead is getting chummy with a fellow patient and, wait for it, Luke finds out about Fake Gavin and clobbers him. Gail almost gets married to Michael but cancels for the second time. Will she go for the hat trick?

And now for a few lines from last week:

Sean to Rev Billy as they leave the homophobic B&B
"It'll be nice to get back to the 21st century"
(but I thought you were returning to Weatherfield)

David to Gail after finding out about Fake Gavin:
"I thought I was the head case of the family"
(well, it's a toss-up really)

David forces Fake Gavin to go into a pub and score some cocaine::
"You go in there and get me some drugs"
(and a couple of bags of crisps while you're at it)

Callum's stooge threatens David:
"I like breaking legs, me"
(you should put that on your LinkedIn page)

Rev Billy to Sean:
"I think I might be falling in love with you"
(well, you won't need to hire a minister for the wedding)

Callum's female stooge wants to punish David:
"Where's my bat?"
(baseball or nocturnal?)

Sharif to Roy re: getting their neighbour's allotment:
"Gardening's a demanding mistress"
(and Sharif is quite a rake)

Rita to Jenny after Norris makes a snide comment about her psycho Dad:
"I don't blame you for the sins of your father"
(yeah, anyone could have tried to kill Rita)

Tyrone displays his world knowledge by naming a famous Chinese landmark:
"Tinyman square"
(can't miss it - or maybe you can)

Michael's wedding vow to Gail:
"Some enchanted evening, you may see a stranger"
(that would be Fake Gavin)

Well, fellow Alahan Aficicianados, so ends another week and once again a Platt takes centre stage. Oh Gail. On the other hand, I loved David's impression of Audrey (Of course he's had lots of time to perfect it). Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a great week and see you next week. Cheers!

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