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3092) Chris  Male
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Wednesday 23:53 Write a comment

Wednesday's missing scenes from Bradley's YouTube channel smile [youtu.be]
3091) Chris  Male
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Wednesday 22:38 Write a comment

I noticed a crawler across the screen during today's episode. As someone previously posted, Coronation Street will return to its usual evening timeslot commencing Thursday. The final game in the Stanley Cup playoffs will be played tonight (Wednesday).
3090) Sheila Lawson  Female
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Wednesday 22:06 Write a comment

I stopped by to remove a post that was offensive, and took a quick look back over the past few posts. I see that we have gotten onto a topic that I have asked we stay away from. I have deleted a number of posts - some were fine, some were problematic, but I'm not spending a lot of time sorting through the comments one by one. I have now banned a couple of words that should help us stay off the topic of pol-itics, and I ask that that be respected. If it's important to you to be able to discuss them, let me know and I'd be happy to help you set up your own guestbook, which we can link to.


You can email me at the address above if you wish to comment.
3089) Marie  Female
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Wednesday 20:51 Write a comment

Tracy,I never liked Nick but I do like Leanne but I think she's a fool to believe Nick's lie that it was all 'David's idea'to steal Audrey's money?!
Nick is beyond desperate but evil as he doesn't care at all about David's children if he expects David to take the fall for them because he can't 'handle prison or losing Leanne'but thinks it's okay for Max and Lily to lose their father after losing their mother!

Mark Wednesday 22:17
Good point Marie about Nick not caring about David's children.

I don't see why Nick has to defend himself to Leanne.
He just needs to point out her hypocrisy by saying she burned down a restaurant and framed Paul.

David shouldn't care about Shona since when Clayton gets out it will just cause him more pain and she dresses like a hobo.

Pam Wednesday 22:47
Just when you think that Nick couldn’t get more slimier ——yup,he doesi
It again. What’s more Gail will probably believe him over David. But seeing as we know, that Shona and David are to get married , it doesn’t look like
David is going to jail

Tracy Thursday 10:49
Yes Yes and Yes.
Nick is rotten, and Leanne is blind. Makes for good viewing tho! big grin
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Wednesday 20:50 Write a comment

I think Nick has lost his mind. As if David would go along with his scheme. confused

Pearl Wednesday 23:02
David has even less reason to trust Nick that Leanne does. After being strangled by Nick, David owes him nothing. I'm glad Imran bumped into Audrey and put a flea in her ear re Nick's connection to the roof collapse. His version my not be the true one but there is so much speculation going round will any one notice.
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Wednesday 20:18 Write a comment

***OFF TOPIC***

Just my suggestion, if a post is not Corrie related precede the post with ***OFF TOPIC***.
That way those that don’t want to read it are duly warned.

As far as bullying, name calling and bashing anyone, don’t respond, simply report it and move on.

No need for anyone to leave, everyone contributes in a positive way with a few exceptions. But those people show up on most discussion boards and every where in general.
3086) Mark  Male
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Wednesday 19:30 Write a comment

How Sally should have handled the Horsey storyline:

She should have told her guests that the horsey was a rescue animal
that she saved and is waiting to find it a home.
The snobs would have gulped that down and helped set up a fund
for the old horsey or offered to keep it at their stable or farm.


Instead of scolding the poor horsey Yasmean should be feeding HER horsey.
By not providing the basics listed below they are committing
animal cruelty and should be arrested and prosecuted.



[www.wikihow.com]


Horses require between 5-15 gallons of water per day.


Provide your horse with plenty of structural carbohydrates. Structural carbohydrates, like hay and grass, are essential to a horse’s diet.
Horses eat large quantities of hay and grass as their main source of food. In fact, horses should eat about 15-20 pounds or 1-2% of their body weight in hay every day, so make sure that your horse always has plenty of hay to chew on.

Chris Wednesday 22:42
Good thought about Sally and Tim raising Tiny Tim as a rescue animal. It's probably it's only possibility at life outside the glue factory.

Tracy Wednesday 23:31
Great idea Mark! They should have invited you to the dinner party ;) And basically, it is a rescue - as Chris says, they have surely rescued it from glue!

Ann from Bethany Wednesday 23:58
We used to have horses, they are money pits !! And yes, they eat constantly so Tim and Sally's bit of grass would be gone in 5 minutes, probably why he was eating Yasmine's flowers. On the subject of ...ahem...poop, it was way too mushy, they do it in neat shapes as a rule.
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Wednesday 17:53 Write a comment

I love that old saying that I may not agree with you, but I will sure as hell defend your right to say it.

Louise Wednesday 19:22
Amen!!!!

Dianne Wednesday 20:04
Love that saying. I think Whoopi said it a few days ago on The View.

Lise Wednesday 20:13
It's a very old saying -I love it.

"Evelyn Beatrice Hall (1868-1919) I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. The phrase "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" is widely attributed to Voltaire , but cannot be found in his writings.

Nell Friday 02:16
I like the saying: You're entitled to your own opinion. But not to your own facts.

In this day and age, the difference is relevant.

Whoopi is great too. I'm a big fan.
3084) Jeannie 
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Sally: "There isn't a woman alive who doesn't crave a deeper shag, but you have to make do with what you've got."

Oh dear..... There really is no suitable response. Best to do what Sally & co did and just try to move on, pretend it never happened. Nothing to see here.

Check out the clipped scenes.

Hey Jude Wednesday 17:55
Jeannie: LMAO!! I must have missed that one! lol

Lise Wednesday 18:01
LOL!! Missed that too!

Lise Wednesday 18:04
And here it is:

[www.youtube.com]

Hey Jude Wednesday 18:23
Thanks Lise!
OMG that's hilarious! I don't always check the missed scenes and def didn't check that one! I should make a habit and try and watch them.

Lise Wednesday 18:52
I don't know how Sally et all could keep a straight face.

Lise Wednesday 18:54
Et al ...

Hey Jude Wednesday 19:28
Thats what i thought too Lise!

Lynn Wednesday 20:38
There have been some good lines these days. Often it is said so quickly it takes a few seconds to realize what was said and that it was very witty.

Tracy has had a few lines and so have Tim and Sally that left me laughing.
3083) Marie  Female
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Wednesday 15:52 Write a comment

Tracy,I hope Nick gets his comeuppance in some form or another.
I agree with comments about Gail being a hyporcrite asking Audrey to forgive her grandsons as the only reason why Gail asked this is because Nick is involved,if it was just David she would have let Audrey call the police on him.
For his part Lewis did turn himself in after he and Rosemary try to con Gail again with the 'ghost'of Richard Hillman to prove his love for Audrey but I doubt Nick will do the same.

Lynn,After reading your theory,when Nick almost strangled David for telling their gran the truth,I think Gail would have said those same words to Max and Lily if Nick did kill David and then send them off to foster care!

I agree with the comments about Alison King and what really annoyed me was the detective questioning Carla despite her state of mind[and without a lawyer?}I was relieved that her counselor got there in time to stop the questioning.

Tracy Wednesday 16:02
Yes I was annoyed at the detective as well. That was really far-fetched. As if she would have been permitted to do so. But that's Soapland for us - reality can't get in the way of the storyline. Which we know and accept anyways. So go with the flow... as hard it may be at times.

As for Lewis, I was not convinced if he was a reformed good guy or not in the end. I think it was left in the balance, so we will never really know what his intentions were or what may have happened had he lived. He was a good addition to the show, its a shame they killed him off.

Nick has turned really desperate. Sometimes I like it, and sometimes it doesn't work for me. I'm on the fence with him.
3082) Taffy  Female
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Wednesday 15:23 Write a comment

Enjoyed last nights Corrie. When Sally's guest said she was in Horse and Hound and Tim says "Which one are you?" Best line of the night.
It's nice to have some comedy.
Too bad Gail still takes Nick's side.

Tracy Wednesday 16:03
There were a lot of good lines so far this week

Louise Wednesday 17:31
I am definitely enjoying the comic relief. I like how Tim has warmed to the horse! And seeing Sally so mortified.

Hey Jude Wednesday 17:34
Yes Tim had me laughing too, he had a couple of good lines that were quite funny. *Which one are you?* Epic GOLD!LOL Why can't they do this all the time, instead of tiny little increments?! roll eyes (sarcastic)
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* Sort of off topic *First of all, Jim are you still getting the audio description on Corrie? I am unfortunately on ALL CBC programs. My husband (who is very technically handy has tried everything to remove it, to no avail). Next step I guess is to contact our cable company.***

My thoughts on last night's Corrie, why on earth did Gary not call the police, rather than leave a long rambling message on Sara's phone? I thought the scenes with Audrey, Gail, David and Nick were very well done, Sue Nicholls is a cracking actress! In my humble opinion Nick deserves to go to jail, he is a master manipulator who lies every time he opens his mouth. He has such a sense of entitlement. I absolutely loved the way Gail stood up to Nick on behalf of Shona.
Sally as usual was way over the top, as were Geoff and Yasmeen bursting into their home shouting their heads off! I apologize to those who enjoyed the horse story but I just found it too silly and completely unrealistic.

blitzen Wednesday 13:58
Gayle, there is a point to Gary's long rambling message to Sarah--it will become important later. The key is where he said "And there's something else..." right at the end. And yes, we must assume he called 999 afterwards, or just possibly his accomplice had second thoughts about being an accessory to murder and called the police after she left.

Alexandra Wednesday 14:35
But where was the phone when Rick came back in? It wasn't anywhere on the plastic Gary was lying on.

Lynn Wednesday 15:09
I wondered why Gary did not call the police too; further evidence that the guy is an absolute moron, and always will be. Oh, yeah the message will be big; people say the darndest things when they think it is all over.

Gail standing up for Nick: a step too far for me. His brain injury is just too convenient an excuse that arises when he does something awful, criminal or stupid. Is his brain injury why he lies to everyone and is a schemer, and pretty much he has all his life? The Lewis excuse does not cut it for me.

My theory (half in jest): Nick could be strangling Gail, and as her eyes bugged out and she gasped for her last breath, and she would be screaming about how misunderstood her son is and how he is not to blame for killing her and how she brought it on herself. roll eyes (sarcastic)

Mark Wednesday 19:37
I was wondering if Lynn would be asking about Gary not calling the police. smile

Gary managed to drag down the phone to the floor but when Rick returned it was now gone.
Where did he hid it?

Tracy Wednesday 23:34
I commented earlier (somewhere) that I was wondering the same thing. Did Gary slip the phone under his belly on the floor? Haven't seen tonights eppy yet, so I don't know the answer. More than likely its one of those things we weren't supposed to notice. Soapland wonderland...

Mark Wednesday 23:39
Tracy: we don't see Rick's office nor the mystery phone in tonight's episode.
There is talk about Sarah's missing phone but I don't know what the fuss is about.
It must lead to another part of the mystery.

Like Gayle and Lynn would say: Gary's idiocy gets even worse tonight when he escapes from hospital.
3080) Dianne 
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Wednesday 12:11 Write a comment

***OFF TOPIC***

There is a series on Super Channel that you might like called The Spanish Princess. If you liked The Tudors, you'll like this. One of the actors is Laura Carmichael from Downton Abbey. IMO she is a very underrated actor.
3079) Alexandra 
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I'm a bit late to the party, but Happy Birthday Chris! Thanks for all the great links and information you provide, and especially for the heads up about British shows being aired here.

Chris Wednesday 22:01
Thanks Alexandra, much appreciated. smile
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ANYway, I finally got caught up on the episodes (been busy watching the Women's World Cup, go Canada!). Sue Nichols has knocked it out of the park again. I loved her understated reaction to David's revelation--no screaming, crying, or hysterics, just quiet devastation, heartbreak, and slow-burn anger. Also loved Gail referencing Nick's brain injury. They don't talk enough about that. I think it has turned him into a sociopath. No empathy, no feelings of remorse or responsibility. Whereas David is capable of terrible things, but has a great well of emotions that drive his actions.

I fast-forwarded through most of the scenes with Gary and the loan shark. I assume he survives, but I have no interest in this storyline. Although I do know the spoiler that it leads to. FINALLY.

Alison King is doing an amazing job portraying mental illness. I do find some of the scenes tedious, but I also find it fascinating how they are fleshing out Carla's paranoid worldview. Things are being hidden from her--Rana is alive--no one can be trusted--she is being watched. This time they have got it right.

Alice Wednesday 11:48
Has anyone told Carla the collapse of the roof wasn't her fault? I think that would help the most.
I also have had it with Gary and Rick. Gary's stupid anyway. He had a chance to make one phone call and he didn't call 999.

Tracy Wednesday 13:28
Alison King is doing an amazing job. I do hope it wraps up soon, but since she is doing such a good job, I feel it is still watchable (for lack of a better way of trying to explain myself). Not on the level of Phelan (for me) but she is doing brilliant, I can enjoy her acting even if the story is dragging on too much.

They did drop the ball in the scene with Gary, unless the telephone is hidden under his chest/stomach - as there is no way he could have managed to put that phone back on the desk. I assume he made the 999 call off screen and that is why the police showed up? (or do we assume Sarah called 999 from the villa?)
I guess we will find out tonight.

Tracy Wednesday 13:28
Alison King is doing an amazing job. I do hope it wraps up soon, but since she is doing such a good job, I feel it is still watchable (for lack of a better way of trying to explain myself). Not on the level of Phelan (for me) but she is doing brilliant, I can enjoy her acting even if the story is dragging on too much.

They did drop the ball in the scene with Gary, unless the telephone is hidden under his chest/stomach - as there is no way he could have managed to put that phone back on the desk. I assume he made the 999 call off screen and that is why the police showed up? (or do we assume Sarah called 999 from the villa?)
I guess we will find out tonight.

Lise Wednesday 15:44
What did you think of USA crushing Thailand 13/0 Blitzen?

blitzen Wednesday 16:11
I didn't mind the score. You do a disservice to your opponent if you condescend to them, and the fans deserve to watch a real game, not a kickabout to spare the feelings of the other team. However, I did think they should have toned down the goal celebrations after it was clear it would be a wipeout. No need to rub it in.
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Wednesday 05:17 Write a comment

I am SO distracted by Gail's hair! Even for a soap character its way OTT and I get that that's the look she's going for, its just too exaggerated. She is a cariacture, just like many said about Gemma.
Sally too was exaggerated tonight with the big, extra wide smiling and OTT BS about her culinary skills.

Bonnie Wednesday 14:28
HJ, you pretty much took the words right out of my mouth. Or off my keyboard, lol!
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Absolutely loved watching Mon and Tues episodes! I laughed out loud when Sally told Tim she needed wine (when the Nag was in the garden)!!!
A bit disappointed in Lorraine's cameo - her acting was rubbish and her accent seemed a bit forced, despite her being Scottish. She should have just said her lines and spoke the way she normally does. Would have been nice to have seen more of her, it was too brief. (Unless there is more in the clipped scenes)

David looked like he was truly choking there for a few seconds. Great scenes, well done by actors and writers/direction.

I also can see Gail's point - Audrey did expect Gail to forgive Lewis and now that is coming back full circle to Audrey hmm.
Marie, what is your prediction on this, I wonder? Nicky boy is up the creek?

Nancy Wednesday 04:16
My absolute favourite part was Gail's comment to Audrey. It is so very satisfying when the writers have their heads screwed on and remember the past. I found it a very effective point and I've got no use for Gail at all.

blitzen Wednesday 04:37
Except that Gail never really did forgive Lewis, did she? She barely tolerated him, even after he paid Gail back her money and turned himself in to the police. Then she eavesdropped, followed him, and spied on him at the hotel. Gail is a hypocrite, and she doesn't have a leg to stand on.

Alexandra Wednesday 11:55
I have to agree, blitzen, that Gail never forgave Lewis. He did his time in prison and made reparations before even Audrey forgave him. I'd hate to see Nick, especially, get off scot free for this.

Tracy Wednesday 13:23
Good point about Gail never forgiving Lewis.
But Audrey still asked it of her. And now Gail is doing the same. Except the bond between Gran/Grandsons is stronger than Gail/Lewis. So we will see what happens. Nevertheless, it was a wonderful scene and I was surprised by it. I did expect Gail would plead Audrey, but I forgot about the Lewis situation and loved how she 'took that out of her back pocket'.

EXCELLENT scenes lately, I'm really enjoying Corrie.
3075) Chris  Male
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Tuesday 23:20 Write a comment

Sally was great tonight lol

Tuesday's snipped scenes from Bradley's YouTube channel smile [youtu.be]

Beaner Tuesday 23:51
I agree. Both Sally and Tim were comedy gold tonight!

Lynn Wednesday 00:03
Yes, they are a great duo.

I felt so badly for poor betrayed Audrey, but Tim and Sally lightened things up.

Nancy Wednesday 04:19
I wish I could watch it because I often enjoy Sally and Time together, but when Sally gets all boo-kay, I simply cannot watch her -- it's just too embarrassing.
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I've been told that there has been no Gemma on the show since I left for Europe. I know its just a matter of time.

Enjoyed today's episode because it was rotating around the "old veterans" of the show more than the new. The Platt family incident was well done and shattering! (But Gail - please thin that hair!)

Although Corrie doesn't often do humor well, I did find the horse rather amusing. I prefer drama simply because they do it so much better. I feel sorry when the horse is dissed. I love animals and he is who he is - a lovely boy.

Wow - Carla is in bad shape - she should be in a hospital. She's like a zombie.

Hey Jude Wednesday 00:01
Lol Carolyn: I said last night carla is almost comatose! So fed up with her and Peter

Alice Wednesday 00:40
Carolyn, hope you had a great trip!
3073) Chris  Male
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Tuesday 23:14 Write a comment

SPOILER




Meet the Baileys [twitter.com]
3072) Alice 
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Gail is blinkered. First she thought her sons couldn't have robbed their grandmother. Then she pleaded with Audrey to forgive them. They deserve time in jail. Nick, especially, is lower than dirt and a true villain. This leniency of family members toward other family members is probably one of the reasons the courts don't take domestic crimes as seriously as others.

haili Tuesday 22:22
I don't condone what they did but Gail had a point when she said Audrey forgave Lewis for bilking Gail and asked Gail to forgive him too. Audrey saw Lewis through rose coloured glasses and I think he would have cheated her again if Nick hadn't got there first. I did feel sad for Audrey and thought the actors all did a great job in those scenes. The only thing I didn't like was Nick choking David an was hoping that David would trip him and knock him into the water.

Pearl Tuesday 23:00
And to top it off haili, they walk into the lodge together as if nothing happened between them. Talk about short term memory!

Alice Wednesday 01:49
Maybe Audrey should half forgive her grandsons (or forgive only one of them). Lewis stole half as much from Gail as Nick and David stole from Audrey. wink
3071) Chris  Male
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Tuesday 22:07 Write a comment

"I didn’t think you could sink any lower..." - Audrey. lol [twitter.com]
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Tuesday 21:35 Write a comment

The link about Chris Quinten said he used to be married to Leeza Gibbons from Entertainment Tonight, she sure had a lucky escape!!
Last nights shows were a nice change except for Gary getting beat up yet again.
3069) Chris  Male
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Tuesday 20:50 Write a comment

Thanks for the birthday wishes Haili, Maggie, Gayle, Jackie, Lise, Gail, Lynn, Marie, Taffy, Jeannie, and Hey Jude. It's much appreciated. (I hope I haven't missed anyone.) Looking forward to BBQ in a little while. smile

Louise Tuesday 21:03
And me too Chris! (sorry I'm a bit late)

Chris Tuesday 21:49
Thanks Louise, much appreciated. smile

Bonnie Tuesday 23:37
Happy Birthday, Chris! Sorry I'm behind the times. wink

Chris Wednesday 00:03
Thanks Bonnie, much appreciated. smile
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Tuesday 19:44 Write a comment

Add my name to those Enjoying the episodes about the "horse" This light humour is a welcome relief!
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Tuesday 17:38 Write a comment

Chris: happy birthday and thanks for always providing those Corrie links!
3066) Jeannie 
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Tuesday 16:55 Write a comment

Happy birthday, Chris!

And I echo everyone else's thanks for all you do here.

Thanks Taffy for the heads up re the hockey game. I've finally gotten used to the 3 pm Corrie, so I'll likely miss one or two eppies in the change-back!

Totally agree with Marie and others who didn't like the further dumbing down of Gail. A smart bunch of writers headed by a smart director should be able to come up with something better for her. What are we to infer.... that as women get older their brains fall out?

Most of you have probably read/watched ahead and know who the roof wrecker is.

THAT totally had me fooled. I was so barking up the wrong tree.
And I've gathered most surveys showed most viewers were as well.
Kudos Director and Writers! Nice job.

Love the horse but also getting tired of Sally the social climber. Maybe Tim's advice will trigger a story line in which she genuinely tries to change her ways.

(For me Paula and Sophie is almost as ick as the former Brian Tilsley and his youngster.)

Ducking....

Hey Jude Tuesday 17:00
I agree, sophie and Paula, ick is right!
Christopher Quinten and his new fiance: wow. Good luck with that. Sounds like he is going through his 2nd adolescence
3065) Taffy  Female
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Tuesday 16:26 Write a comment

Happy Birthday Chris and thanks for all your links to interesting Corrie stuff. Hope you have a wonderful day.
Just a heads to all: Hockey playoffs finish on Wednesday. Game 7 Boston vs St. Louis, so Corrie is back to regular time starting Thursday at 7.30pm.
3064) Marie  Female
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Tuesday 15:24 Write a comment

Happy Birthday Chris!

Lynn,As much as I'm looking forward to how Audrey takes the news of her grandsons' theft,I am more interested in Gail's reaction to Nick's involvement,her golden boy who could do no wrong in her eyes.
Speaking of Gail,I didn't like her 'stalking'[more or less]Lorraine Kelly,it was dumb and Gail deserves a better story line than that!
I also wish that Rick would do Gary in once and for all but the downside of that is the possibility of Sarah acting like Gary's 'widow'mourning him for months while Izzy the mother of his child is an afterthought.

Lynn Tuesday 18:21
Marie, Good point about Gail.

My theory (and I could be very wrong): Gail will not believe that her first born son would do such a thing and she will say that David was the instigator.

I also wish that they would give Gail/Helen a better story line. At this point another husband might be appropriate....and we can wait the appropriate amount of time for him to die, run away or something. Poor Gail does not do well with husbands. lol

Maggie Tuesday 18:39
Poor Gail does not do well with husbands, but she does better than most of them do! wink

Hey Jude Tuesday 19:44
Her big head of hair was a total distraction, and not in a good way roll eyes (sarcastic)

Pearl Tuesday 22:50
Agree Hey Jude, when Audrey and Gail were having their "adult discussion" in today's episode all I could think of was - get your hair cut, get a hair cut now!!
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*Some* of last nights episodes were good, other parts were silly, but better than all the doom and gloom. Yes, please! Finish Gary off! How many beatings is that guy supposed to take before he's done in!?LOL

Hopefully Natalie is just about gone from the show.


Sally being Hyacinth Bucket was a bit too much for me to stomach, but I got a laugh out of the ladies being swindled by the farmer with the horse! I knew it would happen that way, wasn't too hard to figure out. Well, they can't keep the horse in the yard for long. It'll be against city bylaws and he'll destroy the back yard, not to mention the daily cleanup!LOL lol

And for God's sake, get Carla into a hospital. She is practically comatose!

Maggie Tuesday 16:47
I was thinking the same thing about the Many Beatings of Gary Windass - he must have a Superman costume under those builder's clothes! lol

IF he survives for long (literally and as a character on the Street), they'd be smart to give him a story line around concussions and brain injuries. I'm sure Gary has taken more shots to the head than any hockey or football player. That could be an authentic subject to deal with down the road. However, that's only IF Gary is still around and I tend to doubt he will be.
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