Well, the rumours are flying around Sally and Tyrone. She did share a snog but Kevin got the wrong end of the stick and thinks they’re an item. Sally, realizing what her husband suspects, smirks and denies nothing. But a dressing down from Sophie cools things off a bit. Until Kevin punches Tyrone who then goes on to perform a full service and an MOT.
A chat with Rita, Eileen, Rosie and Jason in the Rovers brings out the truth – she lied to hurt Kevin. Eileen says she’d do the same thing.
Jason is grossed out, “Mum he’s the same age as me!”
“And your point is?” She retorts before sending him off for drinks.
“‘Cause you’re a man.”
Yes, Jason. As you should well know by now, Coronation Street is a show about women – women and the men who disappoint them.
Then Kevin goes and gets an estate agent, who looks like Mr. Bean, to have a look at the house. So things maybe haven’t cooled down as much as I thought as the bank accounts are frozen and Kevin is filing for divorce. So Sally tears up the divorce papers.
“That’s a legal document,” he protests.
After the air is cleared, Kevin tries to leverage Sally’s lie about the affair with Ty into a reconciliation. Yeah, not happening Kev.
I just want to go out on a limb here and say I hate that Tracy Barlow is back. There have been murderers on the show before but they all got theirs in the end, one way or another. Tracy, as a character, seems to be rewarded for her loathsome behaviour. I almost want to give up on the show until she’s gone.
Anyway, she woke up in the hospital and put the blame for her attack on Becky who is promptly arrested. Ken has his doubts though.
Sorry, what is the point of Claudia again? Oh well, at least Audrey met some dashing fellow named Mark at her salon.
Gary’s job with Owen didn’t go so well when his PTSD got the best of him.
John’s been hanging out with Mother Fishwick instead of his fragile daughter. He gave her “Colin’s” phone number in “Canada” and it’s odd that she didn’t notice it was a UK number that would show up on her caller ID at “John Stape”. But then she bought his explanation that Canadians never call each other until after dark. Fortunately, it’s October. It’s always dark now.
“Congratulations, Canada, on getting the 24 hour clock!”