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Graeme and his new bride Chin get to grips with the visa formalities and share a tender moment deciding what colour pen ink to use.
The other wedding, the wedding of shame was David’s marriage to Kylie who is now Mrs Platt the younger. Gail did her best to bribe the bride with a used envelope full of cash, just like they do in The Sopranos, hoping Kylie would take a thousand pounds to do a runner. She did, straight to the tackiest dress shop she could find and spent the cash on a wedding outfit that knocks Gail sick then spends the rest of it on a Platt honeymoon to Tenerife. And I know I’m not the only Corrie fan to call it Tenerefee. For those who like
to know these things, guests at the wedding included an unlikely comedy pairing of Sally and Kirk. Sally was in full wedding outfit mode complete with fascinator. Sally looked fascinating and it’s fair to say that Kirk was
fascinated. “I wish there was a Mrs. Kirk,” he laments to Audrey at the reception in the Rovers over a wedding breakfast of Scotch egg and kebab.
Elsewhere, Anna and Eddie are having trouble with little FayeE who’s moved in with them for good. First off, FayeE nicks Fiz’s handbag which has a load of nicked money in it that Fiz has procured from Joy Fishwick’s will. Then, FayE tells Gary that she saw Eddie hit Anna. Eddie would never, could never, hurt a fly and would certainly never harm his loving wife. But the rot’s started with FayE. “She needs psychiatrists and that, we’re out of our depth,” Eddie tells Anna and you know that he’s right.
cash. He hands the bag over, points the gun, cries “Wun hundred and twenty thoysand poynds in the bag. Noy.” Scared bank teller rings the alarm, cops surround the building, Liz cries on the phone, Jim declares his love for
Elizabeth, there’s much use of black and white CCTV footage, no doubt to hike up the tension a notch on the “dramatic scenes of violence” scale from ‘zero’ to ‘a bit’ , Jim gives himself up, Liz cries a bit more. What the point of that story was is anyone’s guess but it was disappointing from beginning to end and a bit daft.
And that's just about that for this week. It’s nice to be back.
This week's writers Damon Rochefort, Julie Jones, Jayne Hollinson, Mark Wadlow and Joe Turner.Find out more about the Coronation Street writing team at: