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In re­cent years the un­likely pair­ing of Sally and Tim has made for some of Cor­rie’s best comic scenes, and some of the most ten­der be­cause brash Tim al­ways sup­ports his wife.

When Sally gets a call from the hos­pi­tal, telling her the can­cer has re­turned, he’s there for her (right), but she soon dis­cov­ers the call was a prank. Tim in­sists she delete her on­line ac­counts, but who has it in for her and why?

Cathy and Brian could be an­other great pair­ing, but af­ter a trip to the the­atre, will the re­la­tion­ship go fur­ther? I sus­pect it de­pends on the play. The Sup­pli­ant Women is on at Manch­ester’s Royal Ex­change this week, an Aeschy­lus play (this doesn’t bode well) about 50 women flee­ing forced mar­riages. Let’s hope Mamma Mia! is on some­where.

Peter’s life is in tat­ters (again), but will Toyah be­lieve that he hasn’t been un­faith­ful or fallen off the wagon? You wouldn’t blame him for the lat­ter, given the stress among the Bar­lows – not least over the fact that Phe­lan still hasn’t fin­ished Ken’s kitchen (which no one no­ticed un­til this week). This Dy­nasty for the un­der­priv­i­leged has it all. Well, all of the drama and none of the money.

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