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Post by Chewy on Tue Sep 16, 2008 3:39 pm

Clarissa (Alexandra Boyd) is growing increasingly suspicious of Liz (Beverly Callard) and Harry (Jack Ellis), and when she spots them getting cosy outside the Rovers she vows to catch them out. A bit of detective work using Harry's mobile soon proves to her what she thought and she feigns illness to get out of a date with Harry that evening. Meanwhile Liz finds some tickets for a charity ball in Harry's jacket, assumes he is taking her and heads off on a shopping trip. But when Clarissa announces to Harry that she has recovered and is now going to the ball he has to think on his feet - how willl he get out of this one?

Rosie (Helen Flanagan) is still furious with her mum and dad for not believing her story that John Stape (Graeme Hawley) kidnapped her, and with finances tight in the Webster household she has a go at Kevin (Michael Le Vell) for not selling his business to Tony Gordon (Gray O'Brien). Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) meanwhile is struggling to cope with John constantly being around, and her friends urge her to try and move on.

Lloyd (Craig Charles) tells Becky (Katherine Kelly) that Vernon (Ian Reddington) has sold one of his songs and is off to London but Vernon is miserable. After catching Liz and Harry together he has lost his enthusiasm for the trip. Lloyd (Craig Charles) urges him to give her up but Vernon is determined to give her one more chance to choose.

Janice (Vicky Entwistle) and Leanne (Jane Danson) have decided to keep the lottery win to themselves and split the money. They plan to open a false bank account in Rosie's name, as she was in charge of the lottery, and use the flat above the kebab shop as the address. Armed with details of an old pal of Les's who does fake IDs, Janice sets the ball rolling.

This episode is written by Julie Jones, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Jerry Smith.


*** PI for the rest of the week follows ***


Monday 22 September 8.30 - 9pm

Harry (Jack Ellis) is still squirming at Clarissa's (Alexandra Boyd) announcement that she is well enough to go to the do after all, and she is highly amused by her anxious husband who is trying everything he can to shake her off for a while. Liz (Beverly Callard) meanwhile is oblivious to Harry's dilemma and is spending a fortune getting ready for their date. Unable to get to Liz to tell her she can't go with him to the ball Harry is forced to walk into the pub with Clarissa on his arm. Dressed to the nines a stunned Liz can only watch open mouthed. Meanwhile Vernon has left a heartfelt note for Liz - with Harry dropping her like a hot potato does Vernon stand a chance?

Tony (Gray O'Brien) is not happy when Carla (Alison King) refuses to go to the Fashion Awards with him so he hatches a plan to wind her up and asks Rosie (Helen Flanagan) instead. Sally (Sally Whittaker) is not happy that Tony has given Rosie money to buy clothes for the event - but Rosie is delighted.

Meanwhile Kevin (Michael Le Vell) feels bad about letting Tyrone (Alan Halsall) down and offers him a share of the business. Pam (Kate Anthony) is baffled that Kevin doesn't want any money but Tyrone insists that Kevin is just looking for loyalty.

Janice (Vicky Entwistle) reveals her new identities to Leanne (Jane Danson) - tomorrow she will be opening a bank account as Miss Rosie Webster.

This episode is written by Debbie Oates, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Jerry Smith.


Wednesday 24 September 7.30 - 8pm

Rosie (Helen Flanagan) is looking forward to her evening at the fashion awards with Tony (Gray O'Brien) and winds Kevin (Michael Le Vell) up talking about the sexy clothes she is going to be wearing that evening. Later she arrives at the Rovers dressed to the nines but she is left feeling humiliated when Tony arrives with Carla (Alison King) on his arm - she has decided to go with him to the awards after all!

What Tony doesn't know is that the only reason Carla is available is that she has been let down by Liam (Rob James Collier) who is stuck at home looking after Maria (Samia Smith) who appears to have been struck down with food poisoning. Maria is hopeful that it is actually morning sickness but Liam is not convinced.

Liz (Beverly Callard) tells Deirdre (Anne Kirkbride) that Harry (Jack Ellis) has been texting her all morning with lame excuses about the night before. Furious that she ended her marriage with Vernon thinking she might have a chance with Harry, Liz decides it is time to make him suffer. She gets Lloyd (Criag Charles) to ask Clarissa (Alexandra Boyd) to come round and she suggests they let him know the party is over; he's been playing them off against one another for too long now. Harry is delighted when Liz calls him and asks him to come over but it isn’t long before he is caught with his trousers down - literally!

Janice (Vicky Entwistle) is elated as she tells Leanne (Jane Danson) that everything went well at the bank and that she has put her claim in for the lottery winnings. Leanne has a feeling that their 'uncle' may die tonight leaving them a tidy sum in his will!

Elsewhere Tyrone (Alan Halsall) agrees to be Kevin's (Michale Le Vell) business partner.

This episode is written by Jan McVerry, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Jerry Smith.


Friday 26 September 7.30 - 8pm

There's tension at the Websters. Sally (Sally Whittaker) asks Rosie (Helen Flanagan) to apologise to Kevin (Michale Le Vell) but Rosie refuses and Bill tries to smooth things over by explaining that she was taken in by Tony (Gray O'Brien). Kevin is more interested in the new breakdown truck which he hopes will help reverse their fortunes. Rosie, meanwhile, is delighted when Tony invites her out for lunch to make ammends for letting her down the night before. As she gets steadily more drunk he is counting the minutes until he can get rid of her but as he asks for the bill she springs a surprise on him!

Back on Coronation Street, Carla (Alison King) is driving Liam (Rob James Collier) to distraction. Round at the house for a conference call with Tom, Carla enjoys winding Liam up and even gets him to model one of the t-shirts he is selling.

Dan (Matthew Crompton) is surprised when Harry (Jack Ellis) turns up at the bookies and announces that Clarissa (Alexandra Boyd) has taken him back on the condition that he never sets foot on Coronation Street again so he is leaving the business in Dan's capable hands.

Steve (Simon Gregson) is looking forward to Michelle's (Kym Marsh) return and tells Lloyd (Craig Charles) that he has got the place ready - even down the clean sheets on the bed. He is determined to be the perfect boyfriend - beyond reproach.

Janice (Vicky Entwistle) and Leanne (Jane Danson) are on tenterhooks waiting to see if the money has gone into their bogus bank account. They can't quite believe what they have done and won't believe they have got away with it until they get their hands on the cash!

This episode is written by Lucy Gannon, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Jerry Smith.


Friday 26 September 8.30 - 9pm

A bemused Tony (Gray O'Brien) decides to follow Rosie (Helen Flanagan) to the hotel room to find out exactly what she is up to but he stunned when he finds her draped sedictively across the bed semi-naked. She makes it very clear what it is she wants and disgusted Tony demands she covers herself up. He tells her he is in love with Carla (Alison King) and that she is nothing but a silly little girl. Humiliated and embarassed Rosie has one more ace up her sleeve - the mobile phone footage of Carla and Liam. Triumphantly she replays the damning footage to a stunned Tony - but he doesn't react in exactly the way she had anticipated. Has Rosie pushed Weatherfield's most evil man too far this time?

An excited Janice (Vicky Enwtisle) and Leanne (Jane Danson) go online to check their fake bank account and discover that the £25,000 lottery win has finally been paid in. With cash to splash they head for the Rovers but Leanne can't help worrying about whether Janice can keep her mouth shut and stick to the story about their uncle leaving them the cash in his will.

Jerry (Michael Starke) shocks Mel (Emma Edmondson) and Darryl (Johnny Dixon) with the news that he would like them all to move abroad permanently. Mel and Darryl are stunned - they thought he was taking the younger kids away for a holiday. Will they agree to go with him?

Meanwhile Kevin (Michael Le Vell) is feeling more positive after securing the Streetcars account and when he and Sally (Sally Whittaker) discover Sophie (Brooke Vincent) has gained an A* in a school exam they start to realise they should be paying their younger daughter a bit more attention.

This episode is written by Damon Rochefort, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Jerry Smith.
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Post by Chewy on Tue Sep 16, 2008 3:39 pm

A worried Sally (Sally Whittaker) discovers that Rosie hasn't been home all night and discusses her disapearance with Kevin (Michael Le Vell) and Bill (Peter Armitage). Kevin is convinced that she has done it on purpose to wind them up but Sally is not convinced. She tries to call her on her mobile but there is no reply. Meanwhile Tony (Gray O'Brien) is tense and nervy following the events of the previous night as he tells Carla (Alison King) about Rosie trying to seduce him. Carla then discovers that Rosie is missing and she can't help but be troubled by Tony's behaviour and when Kevin finds out that Tony was the last person to see his daughter he hits the roof.

Leanne (Jane Danson) and Janice (Vicky Entwistle) finally have their bank card for the forged account and still can't quite believe that the scam has worked. Janice tells Roger (Andrew Dunn) how much money she has 'inherited' and when Dan (Matthew Crompton) mentions to Leanne that he'd like to buy the bookies off his dad a plan starts to form in her mind.

Finlay (Ramone Quinn) and Kayleigh (Jessica Bardon) are excitedly packing for their trip to Spain but Mel (Emma Edmondson) wonders when Jerry (Michale Starke) is going to break the news to them that they aren't coming back. Darryl (Johnny Dixon) meanwhile makes it clear to his dad that he wants to stay in Weatherfield. As Jerry and the kids prepare to leave Gail (Helen Worth) is the only resident who knows that the family are leaving for good.

This episode is written by Jayne Hollinson, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Kay Patrick.

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Monday 29 September 8.30pm

Rosie's disapearance is now being taken seriously by everyone and Tony (Gray O'Brien) is concerned to see police at the Websters house. Kevin (Michale Le Vell) and Sally (Sally Whittaker) tell the police about Tony and also about Rosie's new boyfriend. Tony is cool when questioned by the police and he tells Carla (Alison King) he has nothing to hide. But once he has finished talking to the police he takes out Rosie's mobile phone and blue tooths the footage of Liam (Rob James Collier) and Carla to his own phone before throwing her's in the canal. Does he know more about her disapearance than he is letting on? Tony isn't the only one being interviewed by the police. Kevin has also told them about her relationship with John and he finds himself having to answer some uncomfortable questions.

Dan (Matthew Crompton) and Leanne (Jane Danson) watch with interest as Janice (Vicky Entwistle) and Roger (Andrew Dunn) unload a flat screen TV from Roger's van. Leanne (Jane Danson) tells Dan she is saving her money for something special but doesn't tell him what. Later though Janice tells Leanne that she isn’t going to spend any more money now that Rosie is missing.

Tom (Philip McGinley) is back from New York full of tales of the Big Apple and celebrates the business success with Carla and Liam. When he leaves to go out on the town Liam seizes the opportunity to try and kiss Carla but she rebuffs him. However as he leaves the house she briefly kisses him goodbye unaware it has been witnessed by Tony who is convinced the affair is still going on.

Elsewhere Becky and Jason find a flat but Jason is worried about telling his mum.

This episode is written by Martin Allen, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Kay Patrick.

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Wednesday 1 October 7.30pm

A suspicious Tony (Gray O'Brien) is grilling Carla (Alison King) about what she was up to last night knowing full well she was with Liam (Rob James Collier). He tells her has a surprise for the weekend. He goes to see Maria who is surprised when he says he would like to take the four of them away for the weekend. Liam and Carla are concerned and wonder what Tony is up to.

Sally (Sally Whittaker) has hardly slept a wink with worry about Rosie. Sophie (Brooke Vincent) is adamant that she is attention seeking and and when she turns up they should kick her out. But things take a mysterious turn when Darryl (Johnny Dixon) finds a letter addressed to Rosie at the kebab shop and posts it through the Webster's door. Sally (Sally Whittaker) and Kevin (Michale Le Vell) open it and discover the details of the bank account with the £25,000 lottery winnings. Kevin is convinced Rosie has done a runner with the money. Meanwhile unaware of the discovery Janice (Vicky Entwistle) is already starting to get very concerned about what she has done.

Leanne (Jane Danson) is not willing to curb her spending though and tells Janice that she is going to give Dan (Matthew Crompton) her share of the winnings so that he can buy the bookies off his dad.

Audrey (Sue Nicholls) and Ted (Michael Byrne) are back from their trip and give conflicting reports on how it went much to Bill's (Peter Arnmitage) amusement. But Audrey is more interested in Gail's (Helen Worth) news that Sarah is considering coming home. She wastes no time in telling Jason (Ryan Thomas) - how will he react?

Elsewhere Tina (Michelle Keegan) suggests David (Jack P Shepherd) get a job working for her dad.

This episode is written by Peter Whalley, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Kay Patrick.

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Friday 3 October 8.30pm

Kevin (Michael Le Vell) and Sally (Sally Whittaker) are stunned as they read the bank statement, convinced Rosie has done a runner with the money, Kevin insists they call the police. Sally finally relents and the police are soon investigating the lottery win. They visit the factory to quiz the other girls, sending Janice (Vicky Entwistle) into a blind panic. She tries to stop Leanne (Jane Danson) spending any more money but Leanne is adamant she is going to give Dan (Matthew Crompton) the money to buy the bookies.

Tony (Gray O'Brien), Carla (Alison King), Liam (Rob James Collier) and Maria (Samia Smith) arrive at the hotel for their weekend away. Maria thinks the hotel is lovely but a guilty Carla and Liam are still suspicious of Tony's motives. When Tony then announces that he has booked the girls into the spa whilst he takes Liam on a tour of the local caves Liam's unease starts to grow.

Jason (Ryan Thomas) is in turmoil after discovering that Sarah is thinking about coming home. Bill (Peter Armitage) urges him to think about what he is doing setting up home with Becky (Katherine Kelly) when he clearly still has feelings for Sarah. But Becky is forging ahead with the plans, borrowing the flat deposit off Roy (David Neilson) and even has her eye on a sofa.

Elsewhere Amber (Nikki Patel) tells Darryl (Johnny Dixon) that she has seen his mum drunk in the precinct.

This episode is written by David Lane, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Kay Patrick.

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Friday 3 October 8.30pm

A terrified Liam (Rob James Collier) follows Tony (Gray O'Brien) into the cave. Nervous he tries to joke about it but as they head deeper into the darkness of the underground cavern Liam can't help but feel increasingly worried about what Tony is up to. Tony persuades him to go to the top of a precipice but after his fall in the Lake District the last thing Liam wants to do is stand on the edge of steep drop. Tony urges him to come closer on the pretext of asking him a question - is Tony planning a nasty end for Liam? Back at the hotel Maria (Samia Smith) and Carla (Alison King) relax in the spa oblivious to the drama unfolding underground.

Kevin (Michael Le Vell) and Sally (Sally Whittaker) are feeling the pressure of Rosie's disappearance so Sally resorts to drafting in John (Graeme Hawley) for help with a list of Rosie's old school friends. Meanwhile Janice (Vicky Entwistle) hides the bank card so that Leanne (Jane Danson) can't draw any more money out of the account whilst Rosie is missing.

Mel (Emma Edmondson) is stunned when she sees Darryl (Johnny Dixon) helping a sozzled Teresa (Karen Henthorne) into the house - furious that he is helping her after what she did Mel decides enough is enough, packs her bags and leaves.

As Becky (Katherine Kelly) enthusiastically plans the move into her love nest Jason (Ryan Thomas) is back at home immersed in an intimate conversation with Sarah. When he eventually turns up at the builder's yard Becky is too excited to notice his reluctance.

This episode is written by Simon Crowther, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Kay Patrick.


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Re: Corrie Official Spoilers

Post by Tom on Tue Sep 16, 2008 3:39 pm

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Re: Corrie Official Spoilers

Post by jackie 46 on Wed Sep 17, 2008 1:37 am

The upcoming weeks looks interesting with Rosies dissaperence.
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Post by Baz on Wed Sep 17, 2008 2:51 am

Is this the end for Liam.............?

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Post by Chewy on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:01 am

Could be, Im not even sure lol
and Rosies dissapearance sounds exciting
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Post by Baz on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:08 am

Doesn't she turn up again though and acts as though nothing has happened?

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Post by Chewy on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:13 am

Nope, thats a red herring that happens next Friday (or this friday)
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Post by Baz on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:25 am

Is it? How come?

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Post by Chewy on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:44 am

Dunno, but John kidnaps her this Friday, but when he sees she is scaed, he drops her off at her house
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Post by Baz on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:46 am

A reaction to Fiz dumping him?

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Post by Chewy on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:48 am

Yeah, not sure about this next kidnap, at first I thought it was John, but I dunno
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Post by Baz on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:50 am

What? You think it could be someone else?

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Post by Chewy on Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:05 am

Tony maybe, not sure
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Post by Baz on Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:08 am

Oooooooo. What do you know? Spill!

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Post by Chewy on Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:09 am

Well Tony ditching the phone, being the last person to see Rosie (just after he finds out about Liam and Carla)
Also teh Stape helps out the Websters
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Post by Baz on Fri Sep 19, 2008 4:29 am




Maria, Michelle, Steve and co are all out in force as they say goodbye to one of the Street's much-loved characters Liam Connor - and we're giving you the chance to see them here first on Mirror.co.uk.

The moving scenes come after poor Maria loses not only her unborn baby but the love of her life.

They're not being shown until Monday October 27 - but we know you can't wait that long if you're a fan.

So to see our sneak peek stills from the set, click on the link below:


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Post by jackie 46 on Fri Sep 19, 2008 11:49 am

Not another funeral!
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Post by Baz on Fri Sep 19, 2008 12:15 pm

'Fraid so.

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Post by Chewy on Fri Sep 26, 2008 9:11 am

This episode heralds the start of ‘murder week’. By the end of this week’s episodes Liam Connor (Rob James Collier) will be dead. Unusually for Coronation Street, every episode this week will be focusing on the events of just one day – revolving around Tony’s (Gray O'Brien) stag do.

We will not be revealing how Liam dies but one thing’s for sure - Tony Gordon will be the man responsible. Three different endings have been filmed but viewers will not know which one is going to be used up until the moment of the murder.

In tonight’s episode Tony and his mates gather ready for the stag do. They arrive in Roy’s Rolls to get into teams for the paintballing but Liam has other things on his mind and can’t stay away from Carla (Aison King). He insists she meet him in the Rovers back yard where he tries to persuade her to call off the wedding. Meanwhile Tony is keeping an eye on Liam – convinced he and Carla are having an affair.

Carla’s mind is in turmoil as she cracks open the bubbly for her hen night with the girls. She knows she wants Liam but she is terrified of the consequences of breaking up with Tony.

Elsewhere on the Street, Sophie (Brooke Vincent) is disappointed that her dad is so pre-occupied with Rosie’s disappearance that he has forgotten her swimming competition. But Kevin (Michael Le Vell) is soon reminded he has two daughters when another postcard arrives with the message Sophie’s next.

Steve (Simon Gregson) is rattled when DC Hooch (Dominic Carter) arrives on the street wanting to ask him more questions and Tina (Michelle Keegan) is delighted when Rita (Barbara Knox) offers her a job at the Kabin helping out whilst Norris (Macolm Hebdon) recovers from his accident.

This episode is written by Mark Burt, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Ian Bevitt.

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Monday 13 October 8.30pm

As the stags head for the paintballing range is this the moment that Tony (Gray O'Brien) will choose to see off Liam (Rob James Collier) once and for all?

The hens meanwhile arrive at the restaurant for their more low key celebrations and Leanne (Jane Danson) grows increasingly worried about Carla’s state of mind as she clashes with Michelle over Paul. Carla (Alison King) dashes to the ladies followed by Leanne who is astonished when Carla confesses that she is in love with Liam.

Kevin (Michael Le Vell) is beside himself with worry and as soon as Tyrone (Alan Halsall) arrives back at the garage he jumps in the pick-up truck and heads for the swimming pool to pick up Sophie (Brooke Vincent). When he arrives she isn’t there and he is relieved to arrive back in the street to discover John (Graeme Hawley), Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) and Chesney (Sam Aston) have given her a lift home.

Steve’s (Simon Gregson) enjoyment of the Stag do is hampered by DC Hooch (Dominic Carter) who tells him he knows he is lying to try and protect Becky (Katherine Kelly) and warns him he will find out in the end.

Rita (Barbara Knox) still hasn’t broken the news to Norris (Malcom Hebdon) that she has taken Tina (Michelle Keegan) on at the Kabin and asks Emily (Eileen Derbyshire) if she will do it for her. Meanwhile Dan (Matthew Crompton) donates a bag of ladies clothes to Emily for her charity collection – but whose clothes are they?

This episode is written by Damon Rochefort, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Ian Bevitt.

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Wednesday 15 October 7.30pm

Leanne (Jane Danson) tells Carla (Alison King) that she needs to come clean to everyone now about what is going on rather than waiting until it is too late. Carla balks at the thought of upsetting everyone but knows that Leanne is right when she tells her she can’t marry Tony (Gray O'Brien). As she waits for a taxi to take her to see Liam she is stunned when Michelle (Kym Marsh) guesses correctly that Maria is not drinking because she is pregnant. As far as Carla is concerned this changes everything and she knows it is too late for her and Liam (Rob James Collier).

But will Liam ever get to know that he is going to be a dad or is he already dead?

Kevin (Michael Le Vell) has imposed a new set of rules on Sophie (Brooke Vincent) to ensure she is safe. She pretends to be annoyed by the restrictions but is secretly pleased she is finally getting some attention. The police come round to question them and Kevin is worried when the officer tells him that there is a possibility that Rosie may be in serious trouble and Sophie could be next.

Tyrone (Alan Halsall) is worried about the wedding and with the church booked he has little time to save up. Molly (Vicky Binns) insists she is happy with a reception at the Rovers but Tyrone wants more for his bride and Pam (Kate Anthony) suggests he help her flog some more knock of stuff.

Elsewhere Amber (Nikki Patel) is looking forward to her night of romance with Darryl (Joohnny Dixon). Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) and John (Graeme Hawley) continue to get closer.

This episode is written by Jan McVerry, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Ian Bevitt.

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Friday 17 October 7.30pm

As the week’s episodes draw to a close has Tony (Gray O'Brien) already done away with Liam (Rob James Collier) or is tonight the night he meets his end? Will Maria (Samia Smith) get to tell him her fabulous news about the baby? Will Carla (Alison King) decide to marry Tony?

Elsewhere on the street Kevin (Michael Le Vell) is pleased when Pam (Kate Anthony) and Molly (Vicky Binns) invite him and Sophie (Broke Vincent) round for dinner to take their minds of the events of the last few days. With Sally away looking for Rosie, Kevin (Michael Le Vell) is grateful to have someone to talk to.

Amber (Nikki Patel) and Darryl (Johnn Dixon) are enjoying each other’s company and things are about to progress when Tina (Michelle Keegan) and David (Jack P Shepherd) gatecrash the party – after having supper with Gail (Helen Worth), Joe (Reece Dinsdale) and Ted (Michael Byrne).

This episode is written by Simon Crowther, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Ian Bevitt.

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Friday 17th October 8.30pm

As the dramatic events of the week draw to a close the shockwaves of Liam’s (Rob James Collier) death reverberate around the street. A devastated Maria (Samia Smith) can’t believe he has been so cruelly taken from her before she even had chance to tell him about the baby. Carla (Alison King) is also grief stricken but knows she has to hide the depths of her feelings from Tony (Gray O'Brien) - unaware that he knows exactly what has been going on.

Will the police pin the death on Tony or has he committed the perfect murder?

Back on the Street Tina (Michelle Keegan) and David (Jack P Shepherd) are making themselves at home in Dev’s flat and thwarting Darryl (Johnny Dixon) and Amber’s (Nikki Patel) plans. Amber hits upon an idea to get rid of them and pretends her dad is on his way home but has the moment passed for the young couple?

Pam (Kate Anthony) is astonished at Tyrone’s selling expertise and reckons the two of them could make a fortune but Tyrone (Alan Halsall) doesn’t want Molly (Vicky Binns) to know what he is up to.

A worried Kevin (Michael le Vell) pours his heart out on the phone to Sally (Sally Whittaker) when Sophie (Brooke Vincent) comes in – he struggles to pull himself together. Will the Webster’s family life ever get back to normal?

This episode is written by Chris Fewtrell, produced by Kim Crowther and directed by Ian Bevitt.
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Post by Tom on Fri Sep 26, 2008 9:18 am

affraid
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Post by Chewy on Fri Sep 26, 2008 9:28 am

lol Tom

I am really wondering if it is Stape now, if it was, why would he be threatening to take Sophie too?
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Post by jackie 46 on Fri Sep 26, 2008 12:27 pm

Ahhhhhhh Marias preganant typical story line to late now he's dead LOL.
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Post by Baz on Mon Nov 17, 2008 7:59 am

Former Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs could be joining the cast of Coronation Street.

The actor has expressed interest in joining the show and has been in talks with soap bosses.

A Coronation Street spokesman said: "We first started working on a possible character for Andrew Sachs six months ago after learning that he was interested in joining the show.

“This was brought to our attention by Malcolm Hebdon who plays Norris Cole. We have been in discussions with Andrew about the proposed storyline which would be seen on screen some time next year."

The actor has recently been at the centre of a BBC row involving comedians Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand. However, the Corrie spokesman denied that the show’s interest in Mr Sachs was sparked by the recent publicity.

"There is no connection whatsoever between the Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross saga and our interest in Andrew as this storyline was first discussed in April," she said.

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