Saturday, April 23, 2016

Coronation Street Catch-Up: the trout lips edition

a look back at last week on Canada's Coronation Street

Good to see that Robert is back together with Tracy. Sure, she's a killer, jailbird, liar, cheat, extortionist, thief, arsonist, narcissist and sociopath, but she's really a nice person deep down. And she's washing pots and pans in the Bistro to help out Robert.

Before I get all choked up, let's move on. Councillor Sally is dining with the movers and shakers and Tim is not impressed. There is also a Metcalfe versus Nazir dispute going on regardng fences and property lines.

Sarah is seriously sleep deprived because Baby Harry is not sleeping. She also seems to be getting baptism confused with exorcism. Maybe Rev Billy can get to the truth. Maria is back from Cyprus and Luke is glad to see her but, well, something's up.

Chesney is missing his son, Joseph.  Gary is buying pot for Izzy. Michelle is continuing to plan her ex's wedding much to the chagrin of Liz who is pretending to be Amy's mom in order to cozy up to a foxy senior dad-parent.

Kate's wedding is off now that her fiance discovered her and Sophie in a lip lock. Nick intervenes when the bullies pick on Bethany and goes a bit wacko. It could be the recurrence of a health problem for Nick (you know, after David tried to kill him).

And now for a few lines from the week that was:

Sally wants to knock down the Nazir's fence which she says is encroaching on her land
"Where's Tim's sledgehammer?"
(probably still in its original packaging)

Carla describes Gail's opinion of her to Leanne:
"She thinks I'm all fur coat and no knickers"
(saves on underwear costs)

Tracy to Robert:
"I'm not half as bad as you make out"
(that's still well into the psycho zone)

Kate isn't keen on the Rovers' menu:
"What is it with this place and hot pots?"
(kind of a culinary tradition)

Sally recounts her experiences at city hall:
"Who'd have thought funding for drains would be so interesting?"
(no one)

Sally to Tim:
"You are prone to hyperbowl"
(Is that like the superbole?")

"I don't think I've ever been to a gay hen do
(It's like a regular hen do with more women)

Mary explains why her mother wouldn't let her play the flute:
"She was worried I'd develop trout lips"
(better than developing trout hips)

Tim is tired of Sally's obsession with municipal politics:
"You're a local councilor not Barack Obama"
(Can she tell convince herself that she's like the US President? Yes she can!)


Well, patient punters, so ends another week.  I'm worried about Nick. First, he's moving to Devon. now, his brain problems are back. What else could go wrong? Oh, yeah, there's that little Carla-Robert legover thing which could erupt at any moment. Yikes! Thanks for stopping by. Always a pleasure to have your company and have a great week. Cheers!

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