How quickly people change in soapland; Soap watch.SOAPLAND can be a very odd place - just ask Lindsey Corkhill. One minute she is a glam high-flying gun toting gangster's moll, the next she is a lipstick lesbian in a nasty blue uniform selling ciggies on a garage forecourt.
And just when you thought things couldn't get any stranger in Brookside, especially in the Corkhill household, after Jimmy's highly amusing breakdown last week, whispering Jackie and sultry Shelley - wait for it - end up having a bit of a snog snog Brit, NZ & S African slang
to kiss and cuddle
the act of kissing and cuddling [origin unknown]
Verb 1. on Jackie's double bed.
Erm, hello? Now we all know Shelley likes to holiday on the isle of Lesbania, but Jackie Corkhill? They'll be having Ron and Mick at it next.
When Lindsey left her blubbering blub·ber 1
v. blub·bered, blub·ber·ing, blub·bers
To sob noisily. See Synonyms at cry.
1. To utter while crying and sobbing.
2. mum to go away on a training course, Shelley eagerly promised to keep an eye on to watch.
See also: Eye Jackie. Now we know why. So is Jackie going to start wearing dungarees dun·ga·ree
1. A sturdy, often blue denim fabric.
2. dungarees Trousers or overalls made of sturdy denim fabric.
[Hindi du , downing pints and listening to kd Lang?
It's unlikely, but then again sleeping with loony Jimmy Corkhill and loser Ron Dixon would be enough to turn anyone gay.
Also in Brookie brook·ie
A brook trout. , a drunken Susannah is so desperate to see dishy dish·y
adj. dish·i·er, dish·i·est
1. Slang Gossipy; sensational: published a dishy tell-all.
2. Chiefly British Slang Good-looking; attractive. Dr Darren she pretends Harry is ill so he has to visit her. Hmm, clever.
The woman is obsessed ob·sess
v. ob·sessed, ob·sess·ing, ob·sess·es
To preoccupy the mind of excessively.
v.intr. with the doc and doesn't care who she hurts in the process - Mick, Max, Jacqui.
If she doesn't watch out she'll be getting herself murdered in, ooh ... a matter of weeks.
Up in Coronation Street, love is in the air "Love is in the Air" is the 14th episode of the ABC television series, Desperate Housewives. The episode was the 14th episode for the show's first season. The episode was written by Tom Spezialy and was directed by Jeff Melman. as Curly and Emma, Maxine and Ashley and Fred and Audrey head off for their holiday in Paris.
After all the dramas at Freshco, it's just what they all need. Expect lots of comedy moments as Audrey tries to speak the lingo and Fred stuffs his face with a nice bit of horse.
Meanwhile, the dogs' dinner that is Liz McDonald takes up residence in the street again to sort out her mess of a family. Hopefully she won't stay around for long. If we're lucky she may totter off her six inch heels and fall into the Manchester Ship Canal Manchester Ship Canal, 35.5 mi (57 km) long with a minimum depth of 28 ft (8.5 m), connecting Manchester, W England, with the Mersey estuary at Eastham, above Birkenhead. Begun in 1887, it was opened in 1894 and changed Manchester from a river port to a seaport. never to be seen again. Let's just pray they don't bring monkey boy Andy McDonald back as well.
Over in EastEnders, Pat is racked with guilt when dullard Roy returns to Walford and she starts making secret plans with Frank about running away together.
Honestly. I mean just what exactly is going on in her head? After all Frank has done in the past - ie, disappearing off the face of the earth, leaving her to look after his miserable kids, including the ratty-faced Janine mark one - I'm surprised she'd even give him a second thought.
How quickly they forget in the land of soap ...
Also, Mel finally admits her true feelings for Steve - but is she too late?
And the Slater girls still want to set up their dad with misery guts Pauline Fowler. Do they know what they are letting him in for? Smile woman - it doesn't hurt. Okay, you've had a hard life, but so have we watching you.
In the panto panto
pl -tos Brit informal short for pantomime (sense 1)
Noun 1. panto - an abbreviation of pantomime that is Emmerdale, there is another ridiculous storyline as barmaid Tricia - who is going out with Marlon - agrees to marry gay Aussie Joe so he can stay in the country to be with boyfriend Jason, who is Paddy's brother.
Keep up. Whilst she - being a bit simple - can't see any problem, Marlon is understandably upset. This one is going to drag on.
Plus, there's trouble in store for Diane Blackstock when her estranged es·trange
tr.v. es·tranged, es·trang·ing, es·trang·es
1. To make hostile, unsympathetic, or indifferent; alienate.
2. To remove from an accustomed place or set of associations. husband - who she hasn't seen for 26 years - turns up in the village. It's a bit of a shocker for Bernice too, as she hasn't seen him since she was a baby.
If Bernice is lucky he may have a bit of cash so he'll be able to pay for those acting lessons.
In Hollyoaks, Luke's rape case finally goes to trial. Prepare for lots of lip quivering and tears. Cindy can't find a babysitter for her daughter Holly, but is so desperate to keep her bar job, she beds the toddler down in the cellar of the nightclub.
But Holly wakes up and finds an ecstasy tablet on the cellar floor and swallows it.
Another cheery week in the world of soaps then. Don'tcha just love it?