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    From glenda.sunderland@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sat Nov 21 03:31:06 2020
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    Greetings and welcome to another week of words from Weatherfield. And so without any further ado, here we go with this week’s Coronation Street update.

    I’ve really enjoyed this week’s Coronation Street and hardly needed to fast forward through any scenes at all, which is the first time I’ve not had to do that in a long time. This week has centered on Peter and Carla and has been very watchable
    indeed. When they argue in the back room of the pub, Peter storms out and goes to work in his cab. He's beaten up by a scally and a passerby offers him a sip of whiskey from his hip flask. Peter’s so shaken by the assault that he takes the whiskey and..
    . he’s off drinking again. Meanwhile, Carla tries to act as cupid for Adam and Sarah but ends up sleeping with Adam in a hotel room when she should’ve been at a conference. She confesses to Peter what she’s done, but not who with. However, it can
    only be a matter of time before Peter finds out who Carla spent the night with. The hotel rings Carla’s phone and Peter answers. He’s told that the man Carla was with left his wallet in the bar. Over at the corner shop Adam tries to pay but when he
    reaches for his wallet, it’s not there. All we need now is for Dev to mention to Peter that Adam’s lost his wallet and Peter will put two and two together and then the sparks will fly.

    Until then, Peter’s drinking again and is rushed to the Kate Oates memorial ward in yet another flaming hospital scene. Carla goes to see Adam and tells him she’ll keep what they did secret. “Don’t worry,” she tells him. “I won’t tell
    peter I slept with his dead sister’s son.” Ah, soap, don’t you just love it?!

    Over at Billy and Paul’s flat, Summer returns with a different actress playing her. It was all rather odd with nu-Summer and nu-Todd coming face to face with each other and we’re all trying to make sense of these two characters knowing each other but
    the actors being different to who they once were. Anyway, Todd’s still working to split up Paul and Billy as he wants Billy back. He gets Paul drunk and dares him to wear Billy’s robes, which Paul does but when Billy comes home he gives Paul a
    dressing down in more ways than one.

    At the Bistro, Ray makes Faye his trainee manager for all his hotels and bars. But he’s only done it to keep Faye close and to use her in his plot to keep Craig quiet. Yes, Craig and Faye are now officially an item and it’s lovely to see. But Ray’s
    afraid now that Craig has seen his plans to demolish the street and tells him he should keep his mouth shut if he doesn’t want Faye to lose her new job.

    And that’s just about that for this week.

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    This week’s writers were Simon Crowther (Monday); Cameron McAllister and Ella Greenhill (Wednesday) and John Kerr and Carmel Morgan (Friday). Find out all about the Coronation Street writing team at Coronation Street Blog: Exclusive: All Current
    Corrie writers online http://coronationstreetupdates.blogspot.com/2008/11/exclusive-all-current-corrie-writers.html

    Glenda Young
    Blogging away merrily at Flaming Nora
    Author website: glendayoungbooks.com

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