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‘Ah, this place never changes,’ said Ken, ar­riv­ing back. Deirdre cer­tainly had. She e ran to greet him, screech­ing like a One Di­rec­tion fa­natic, which was some­thing of a change from last year, when she’d choose a night with her prized stuffed mar­row over Ken.

Next week, Ken tries to pre­pare Peter for his hear­ing, but is frus­trated by his son’s non­cha­lance. Peter later vis­its Jim to get more al­co­hol, and Jim re­minds him he must fight for the sake of his son (above right). Quite how Jim has man­aged to set up Weather­field Wines & Spir­its, courtesy of Her Majesty’s Prison Ser­vice, is any­body’s guess, but he of­fers Peter more al­co­hol in re­turn for... wait for it... bis­cuits. Oh, Jim, what’s hap­pened to you, man? That just takes the... well, the bis­cuit, so it does. If you had one.

Mean­while, Gail’s luck with men con­tin­ues when Michael runs over her foot. ‘We asked a hun­dred peo­ple how of­ten their hi part­ner had hd run over their hi foot, f and d our sur­vey said...’ Ah, just you, Les Dennis, aka Michael. Later, Gail tells the fam­ily that she and Michael are an item, but will they toe the line and give their bless­ing? Gail is go­ing to need all the toes she can get in that re­la­tion­ship.

Also, af­ter spend­ing the week try­ing to pro­pose to Beth, Kirk comes up with a master­plan. You can see where that one’s go­ing.

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