Saturday, July 2, 2016

Coronation Street Catch-Up: the Leaning Shed of Weatherfield edition

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

Let's see. Belly dancing, class reunions, funerals, kidnapping and courtroom drama.

Truly something for everyone over the past week. There's Callum's funeral, presided over by Rev Billy who, by the way, is back together with Sean. At the courthouse, Izzy is found guilty and awaits sentencing for breaking a police officer's metatarsal.

Over at the gym, it seems like Eva, Maria, Mary and Kate are taking belly dancing lessons. Caz isn't pleased with Kate's chumminess towards Maria.

At the cafe, Cathy is at odds with Alex and his independent youthful activities. Beth attends a class reunion and tells her high school nemesis that Kirk is a chiropractor (well, he does bend a lot). Yasmeen does not care for Sally's summer house and Sally does not care for Yasmeen.

Murderwise, the police have not advanced their investigation and Tony seems to be a prime suspect which has got Jason going off on one while Phelonius Phelan takes advantage of the situation and solidifies his romance with Eileen.

And the increasingly freaked out Sarah winds up being kidnapped by Lee, the druggie brother of Rev Billy.

Now for some lines from the week that was:

Beth's slick high school boyfriend meets Kirk:
"Is this the luckiest man on earth?"
(why, did he just win the lottery?)

Beth's high school nemesis brags about her business:
"I'm very big in stretch covers"
(then maybe you should wear something else)

Jason comments on Phelan's morning attire:
"Are you wearing my Mom's dressing gown?"
(at least she wasn't in it at the time)

Jason accuses David:
"There's only one murdering scumbag round here"
(no disrespect)

David explains the intricacies of funerals to Max:
"You put a box in the ground"
(say no more)

Yasmeen is amused by Tim's efforts to build a summer house:
"The Leaning Shed of Weatherfield"
(one might say a tippy tip) 


Well, Corrie Cohorts, so ends another week with Sarah in peril... again. Hopefully Rev Billy and his merry men (David and Todd) can find her quickly. Hope you had a great Canada Day weekend and thanks for stopping by. Cheers!

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