Chaos on the Cob­bles

The res­i­dents of Weather­field find their lives in an up­roar as stun­ning events be­gin to con­spire against them

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For months, Eva Price has been care­fully plot­ting her re­venge on her cheat­ing ancé Ai­dan Con­nor af­ter dis­cov­er­ing that he was sleep­ing with her best friend Maria. How­ever, Eva’s grand plan to unleash pay­back on Ai­dan dur­ing their lav­ish wed­ding has taken an un­fore­seen turn fol­low­ing Ai­dan’s con­fes­sion of the af­fair on the morn­ing of the nup­tials.

The shock­ing mo­ment pre­cip­i­tated an ar­ray of dan­ger­ous events at the wed­ding in­clud­ing Eva and Maria’s cat ght in a wa­ter foun­tain but in the af­ter­math Eva has a crit­i­cal de­ci­sion to make.

Shell-shocked by the heart­felt sin­cer­ity in Ai­dan’s words dur­ing his con­fes­sion, Eva has to ac­knowl­edge that she has al­ways loved him and still does and must de­cide whether she can forge a fu­ture with him.

She’s also been grow­ing closer to her re­venge co-con­spir­a­tor Adam Bar­low who has his own griev­ances with Ai­dan and the chem­istry be­tween them is pal­pa­ble, leav­ing Eva with her heart torn in two. What­ever she de­cides re­gard­ing her re­venge and the men in her life, one thing’s for cer­tain: Eva hates Maria and isn’t go­ing to let her es­cape pun­ish­ment for mak­ing her life a mis­ery.

Adding to the wed­ding drama and its af­ter­math is the fact that the planned dou­ble wed­ding cer­e­mony has also im­pacted on the other cou­ple plan­ning to marry, Ai­dan’s father Johnny and Jenny.

Ev­ery­thing seemed to be on track for Jenny to be­come Mrs Con­nor when the nup­tials were sud­denly thrown into doubt by Rita’s health woes. Af­ter weeks of suf­fer­ing from lapses of mem­ory, Rita en­dured a de­bil­i­tat­ing turn for the worse re­sult­ing in her be­ing hos­pi­talised.

Scared for the beloved woman she’s al­ways thought of as a mother, Jenny has kept a bed­side vigil for Rita but fur­ther dev­as­ta­tion hits Rita when she’s di­ag­nosed with a brain tu­mour. In an in­stant Rita is faced with an un­en­vi­able choice, to un­dergo treat­ment or al­low na­ture to take its course. Caught in the mid­dle, Jenny and Johnny’s fu­ture hap­pi­ness is threat­ened.

Dan­ger also clouds Michelle’s fu­ture as her stalker or­deal comes to a head. Plagued by a stalker’s ha­rass­ment for weeks, Michelle has no idea that the per­pe­tra­tor is her ex-lover Will Chat­ter­ton who’s been mak­ing her and Robert’s lives a night­mare. Will is in­creas­ingly pushed to more ex­plo­sive ex­tremes to tear apart Michelle and Robert’s re­la­tion­ship and when Michelle nally dis­cov­ers what Will has been do­ing to her, she is plunged into a life-or-death sit­u­a­tion from which an un­lucky vic­tim doesn’t emerge un­scathed.

Es­cap­ing from harm has also been im­por­tant to Andy Carver who’s been held cap­tive in a base­ment dun­geon by the de­ranged Phe­lan for eight months. De­spite his re­cent at­tempts to ee Phe­lan’s clutches, Andy re­mains at Phe­lan’s mercy as the un­hinged builder goes to more crazy lengths to si­lence Andy about his crimes.

Mean­while, new­ly­weds Mary and Nor­ris are also hop­ing to stay pub­licly silent about the fact that their re­cent wed­ding was a sham to help them win a com­pe­ti­tion for a mar­ried cou­ple. Those hopes are thrown into doubt when mys­te­ri­ous new­comer Colin ar­rives on the Street. They panic to learn he’s a TV pre­sen­ter who in­vites them to ap­pear on a show he hosts but soon it ap­pears he may not be all he seems.

Fi­nally, Billy and Todd’s happy fam­ily re­la­tion­ship with Sum­mer is thrown into tur­moil when sin­is­ter se­crets from Billy’s past are re­vealed, threat­en­ing to tear the lovers and their lit­tle girl apart. Ul­ti­mately, Billy’s se­crets will also em­broil an­other fam­ily on the Street, en­sur­ing that lives are changed for­ever. TVS

FORGIVING Eva (Cather­ine Tyldes­ley) has new love for Ai­dan af­ter his con­fes­sion. CORONA­TION STREET Weeknights at 7.20pm on UKTV

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