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So, after just a week of lis­ten­ing to the ev­i­dence, and with the judge only de­liv­er­ing his sum­ming-up on Fri­day, the jury (in­cred­i­bly) come back with a speedy ver­dict. So, will it be a re­turn to the prison that is Weather­field for Peter (be­low), or back be­hind bars, where I sus­pect the food is a heck of a lot bet­ter than he ever got from Carla or Deirdre?

Jim also has some prison news when he an­nounces that he’s be­ing moved to an open one, and in­forms Steve that all he’s ever been try­ing to do is win Liz back. Oh, no, please, I beg you. Don’t keep the character go­ing any longer – I gen­uinely fear for my san­ity if I have to hear him speak another word.

There is more ac­tion over at the Dog and Gun, and even though it’s an even more de­press­ing es­tab­lish­ment than the Rovers, at least it’s brought the gor­geous Callum (Sean Ward) into our lives. With a to­tal lack of top totty else­where, his ar­rival ha hasn’t come a mo­ment too soon, and Ky Kylie goes back to the pub, hav­ing spent the week ex­pe­ri­enc­ing hor­ri­ble come­downs fro from her drugs. When Callum says that he wa wants to see Max, it’s clear that Kylie is in ov over her head.

It’s won­der­ful to see Cilla back, but when sh she con­vulses in pain, will the real rea­son fo for her re­turn be re­vealed?

Also, it’s Yas­meen’s big open­ing of the co com­mu­nity cen­tre. Wake me up when the w whole thing is over.


LOVE’S YOUNG DREAMS Re­mem­ber th­ese plots that had us hooked?

Mike Bald­win’s girl­friend Penny King is fu­ri­ous to dis­cover she’s been swin­dled after in­vest­ing in Ciaran McCarthy’s failed restau­rant, and re­ports the chef and his girl­friend, Tracy Bar­low, to the po­lice for fraud.

Chris Tate is ab­ducted by his em­ployee Liam Ham­mond. Chris learns why, when Ham­mond re­veals he’s Frank Tate’s il­le­git­i­mate son – and Chris’s half-brother. When Chris’s sis­ter Zoe turns up to pay the ran­som, Liam takes her pris­oner too.

Rob­bie Jack­son w was hav­ing an aw­ful 16th b birth­day – his present had b been py­ja­mas and he was l later ex­pelled from school f for fight­ing. But all that was f for­got­ten when he found a s stray Al­sa­tian, which he took h home and named ‘Well’ard’.

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