Carrying out Tony's bidding, Robbie leaves Carla bound and gagged while luring Hayley into his trap. Gail gives her account of Joe's final hours as her defence gets underway. David and Nick pin their...
While Carla and Hayley react with horror to Robbie's death, Maria's arrival at the factory disrupts Tony's plan. David feels certain that he has jeopardised Gail's defence. Gary returns home on leave...
The everyday lives of working-class inhabitants of Albert Square, a traditional Victorian square of terrace houses surrounding a park in the East End of London's Walford borough. The square includes the Queen Vic pub and a street market.
Pam St. Clement
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Surreal comedy from the mind of Harry Hill, featuring his unique observations on the world's funniest accidents as captured on smartphones, video cameras, webcams & CCTV. If you've filmed a... See full summary »
A thirty-something year-old man named Harold and his elderly father, Albert, work as rag and bone men (collecting and selling junk). Harold is ambitious and wants to better himself, but his... See full summary »
Harry H. Corbett,
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The night before Steve and Karen's wedding after Steve decides to let his mum invite Ken and Deidre, she walks out the front door, straight past the Barlows. Then, after they finish their dialog about Tracy, she comes out of the toilet. See more »
[Blanche, their landlady, is kicking Frankie and Danny out of their house, without notice]
You can't do that. It's illegal!
Then sue me!
[Blanche slams her front door shut and Frankie looks through the letterbox]
You cannot not kick us out of our house, you looney!
Get up, Frankie. She won't hear you - she's as deaf as a post!
I heard that!
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Corrie really is the nations soap and is so ingrained in our minds that everyone probably has a favourite character, moment of line.
Yes, it's probably on too many days of the week and the plots at times verge of ridiculous but what I love about Corrie is that of all the soaps it maintains that balance between humour and drama and that is what makes it so endearing.
While Eastenders may win more awards I think Corrie is loved more by the public and that is why the characters remain in our hearts so long after they have left.
With another good live episode out of the way recently the only way for Corrie seems to be up.
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