JACI STEPHEN’S ul­ti­mate in­sight into the week’s soaps

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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.

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