The Irish Mail on Sunday - TV Week - - SEVEN DAYS -

As far as Tracy’s con­cerned, a dodgy kid­ney is a small price to pay to get back to­gether with Steve and, fol­low­ing his com­fort­ing words on Fri­day, that is what she’s hop­ing for. I won­der which part of ‘Never Never Never’ did she not un­der­stand a few weeks back? Still, with the cou­ple back at the cen­tre of the soap’s sto­ry­lines, it gives us an­other chance to put Steve­watch into ac­tion, as we try to guess how many times Tracy will say her ex’s name in a week. Let’s see: five episodes... I’m go­ing for 37 – sup­pos­ing her treat­ment hasn’t knocked the habit out of her (can you have a word lo­bot­omy?).

While Tracy dreams of the fu­ture, Steve is try­ing to win back Michelle and is seen kiss­ing her by Amy. Nat­u­rally, the child can’t wait to sha re the news with Dei rd r e ( hur­ray, a speak­ing part again – I swear she’s had three birth­days since she last spoke) who, on Thu r sd ay, t ackles Steve about hav­ing an af­fair be­hind Tracy’s back. Ever thought of just giv­ing up women, Steve? He has about as much luck with the op­po­site sex as gi­raffe num­ber three in the queue for Noah’s Ark.

It’s an­other trau­matic week for the Win­dass/Arm­strong clan who, to be hon­est, are be­gin­ning to bore me. First, it was all talk of Katy’s preg­nancy and the dif­fi­cul­ties of be­ing a young mum; then Izzy was preg­nant; then she wasn’t, and now, on Mon­day, Izzy and Gary con­sider adoption.

On Thurs­day, when they re­alise that Gary’s crim­i­nal record will go against him, Katy of­fers to be a sur­ro­gate. On top of all this it’s Joseph’s Chr is­ten­ing on Fri­day. And guess what? Owen’s tem­per ruins the day. Yer

don’t say.

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