JACI STEPHEN’S ultimate insight into the week’s soaps
gets him employment at Street Cars (how many staff do they need with just two customers a week?). After buying him a new shirt (let’s pray it’s not from the same place she buys her polo necks), she’s mystified when he doesn’t turn up for work. Later, she drags it out of him that he was threatened by Nick and David (left). Ah, yes. Nick. With his new personality now in place, p expect the tragic brow furrow to return ret with a vengeance when he scuppers Leanne’s Lea birthday by calling her into work. Customers Cus flee the Bistro when tensions erupt eru between the pair (by the way, why does do everyone opt for a booth in the Rovers Ro but a table in the middle of the room ro at the Bistro?).
Keen to make an impression on Kal’s mother, mo Leanne won’t be pleased when Nick Ni turns up and announces that she used us to be a prostitute. Maybe he’s saving the th adulteress and arsonist bits for another an occasion.
TAKING THE MICHAEL Remember these plots that had us hooked?
Garry Hobbs gives the go-ahead for an emergency Caesarean after his pregnant wife Lynne is injured in a fairground accident. But the baby is stillborn and Lynne, no longer able to have children, cannot forgive him (above).
Rogues Zak and Butch Dingle welcome their new neighbours in traditional style – by pinching some boxes from the removal van (above). But the pair are left sweating when they realise that the crates belong to policewoman Angie Reynolds.