Okay, okay…I missed the very first bit, so forgive
The Incredible Juggling Danny
Danny and Frankie have a blow out about Jamie/Carol – the details of which I didn’t catch.
Danny spent the next bit of the show trying to make up with Frankie, in front of Leanne. Just as everything’s forgiven, Danny follows Leanne out the door to convince her that she’s his ‘hobby’ and somehow that woos her back in bed with him.
He’ll be coming ’round 5pm and will use his keys to let himself in.
The Great Diggory Do
Diggory tries to keep the mouse situation under wraps and also tries to woo Sarah back to the shop.
However, he decides to put off paying Keith for mouse removal services – thus Keith storms into Rovers and in front of Dev tells him to pay him for removing the mouse or he’ll regret it. (Pied Piper of Weatherfield?)
Dev takes full advantage of this and says, either give him back Sarah or he’ll let the whole town know about the mice.
Shel Incarceration – Day 3
Shel wants to go out, but Charlie is adamant that she stay in until her eye is totally healed. (To his defense…it still looks like shit.)
But true to Charlie form, he gave her hell and said that she only thinks about herself. He’s already told everyone that she has chickenpox and if she went downstairs now, everyone would know he was lying.
‘You know how much I hate lying, don’t you Shell?’
Jacqueline cleans her ears to make sure she heard that correctly.
The Amazing Forgetting Mike
Mike is really having some difficulty remember things. Last night he was supposed to meet Penny to catch their flight, but instead, he forgets and ends up at the factory making calls.
They almost miss their flight and Penny is fit to be tied.
Claire Takin’ Out the Trash
Claire comes into the Rovers wearing her new bus uniform and Cilla jumps all over that, letting Claire know how bad she looks.
Claire takes this opportunity to give Cilla a dressing down about her character and the way she’s taking care of Chesney.
Mr. Glacia took this opportunity to start routing around the silverware drawer, so I didn’t hear the last line that got the whole pub gasping.