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Coronation Street catch up


Anna receives an unwanted visitor

Maria tries, and fails, to be positive

Dennis returns to a frosty reception

Coronation Street preview (what's happening this week)

Last week's Coronation Street episodes

Monday 14th April (episode 1)

Dressed to kill, Tina turns up at the Rovers in a bid to win Peter back. An impressed Luke tries to flirt with Tina but Steph tells him to stop wasting his time. Quietly whispering to Peter that she has the flat to herself, will Peter be able to resist temptation?

A clearly troubled Anna is worried sick when Owen and Gary arrive in the cafe after being given their marching orders by Phelan. When Phelan later calls round at No.6 with an announcement for the family, Anna is rooted to the spot. Is he about to reveal their sordid deal?

Jenna’s unimpressed when Andrea tells her she won't give up on Lloyd and Lloyd is grateful when Steve tells him his relationship with Andrea is purely platonic and Andrea loves him.

Aware of Tyrone’s concerns that Kirsty might try and snatch Ruby, Maria then worries that Marcus might try and snatch Liam. Taking the week off, she barricades herself into the salon flat with Liam. Elsewhere, Kevin is shocked when he finds a desperate Sophie and Maddie raiding the fridge at No.13.


Monday 14th April (episode 2)

As Tina and Peter make their way to the bedroom, a frustrated Carla calls his phone again and again (he’s supposed to be watching a film with her and Simon). When Peter finally sees all the missed calls, he leaves a hurt Tina. Wracked with guilt he drowns his sorrows in the factory but will Carla be able to smell the Whisky on his breath?

Anna’s relieved when Phelan tells them he released Owen and Gary because Anna had a word with Valerie. He tosses the CCTV footage to Gary, pointing out they won’t see a penny of their £80k. As Owen thanks Anna for talking to Valerie, will a sickened Anna be able to cope with the reality of what she’s done?

Tyrone and Fiz drag Maria out for a drink but as Maria and Tyrone reminisce about old times, Maria can’t help but feel a longing for the relationship they once had.

Sally’s furious when Kevin tells Maddie and Sophie they can move in with him. Lloyd and Andrea bury the hatchet and declare their love for each other.

Wednesday 16th April

Carla is furious that Peter has been drinking. Under pressure, Peter makes out it’s because of the stress he’s under to be a perfect husband and father. Carla’s unimpressed and gives Peter an ultimatum telling him if he drinks again they won’t be having a baby...

Maria’s irritated as she listens to Fiz and Tyrone, clearly the happy couple. Seeing Todd she follows him out of the pub and launches a tirade of abuse at him but when Todd retaliates with a hurtful comment about Marcus, Maria can take no more and throws her mobile at him. Tyrone comforts Maria but is she wishing they’re more than just friends?

Anna fights back the tears as Izzy thanks Anna for sorting out the family’s problems and as Owen reaches out to touch Anna, she flinches. Is it all too much for Anna?

Steve’s pleased when Lloyd and Andrea arrive in the Rovers loved up and Kevin lays down the law to Maddie.

Friday 18th April (episode 1)

Audrey sends Maria home after she’s rude to customers. She loses her temper with Eileen and Todd when they threaten to report her to the police for assault. Seeing her distress, Tyrone steps in and guides her home where Maria pours her heart out to him. telling him he was her first love, she leans in for a kiss but how will Tyrone react?

Peter feels humiliated when Carla tells him he needs a stint in rehab and Steve is coming round to babysit him. He begs Steve to let him have a drink but Steve refuses. Peter tells Carla he doesn’t need a chaperone but Carla ignores him and takes out her phone. Who will she call?

Rita’s shocked to learn that Dennis is in hospital after being beaten up. She goes to visit him and tells him he has some explaining to do.

A worried Fiz asks Kevin to keep an eye on Tyrone, Gail starts self-defence classes at the gym and Deirdre's concerned when Tracy tells Rob she reckons they should talk to Tony about his offer of cheap gear for the shop.

Friday 18th April (episode 2)

A mortified Maria apologises to Tyrone, assuring him she wasn’t thinking straight. She later pushes a present for Ruby through Tyrone’s letterbox and sends him a text from her new pay-as-you-go phone. When a horrified Tyrone reads the text from an unknown number he instantly thinks it’s from Kirsty and he and Fiz barricade themselves in. When Maria turns up he shows her the text. Will she confess it’s from her or will she use his fear as an excuse to comfort him?

Rob tells Tracy, Liz, and Steve that he thinks Peter has another woman on the go. At Carla’s request, Tina babysits Peter where she tells him she loves him but Peter insists she’s better off without him. As Carla and Peter leave for rehab, has Peter’s guilt finally tipped him over the edge?

Rita’s unsympathetic when Dennis tells her how it all went wrong with Gloria and he ended up sleeping on the streets but she later allows him to stay on her sofa, making it clear it’s only temporary.

Tracy and Rob strike a deal with Tony and agree to sell his knock-off goods in their shop and Mary tells Gail she’s also signed up for the self-defence course.

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