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CORONATION STREET Coronation Street is an award-winning British soap opera. It is the longest-running television soap opera in the United Kingdom, first broadcast on Friday, 9 December, 1960 in the Granada region of ITV.  THIS pub ain't big enough for the both of us....

Liz McDonald Elizabeth "Liz" Jane McDonald (née Greenwood), played by Beverley Callard, is a fictional character on the ITV1 soap opera Coronation Street.

Liz first appeared in 1989 with her husband, ex-army officer Jim and their twin sons Steve and Andy.
 is back behind the bar of the Rovers, and there's a fight brewing when she sees Tracy serving too.

BY ROZ At first glance, it looks like there might not be trouble. Gone are the bottle blonde locks and low-cut, tight tops. Liz looks almost classy after her time away in Spain. But don't worry, she's still as feisty as ever.

Liz is shocked to find her son and daughter-inlaw being so civil to Toxic Tracy, employing her and letting her look after Amy. She threatens to go to court to fight for custody of her granddaughter, but when Steve says he won't support her, she realises something is wrong and starts digging. Graeme often looks like he's in another world, but this week he seems to be living in another timescale as he celebrates Christmas three months late with the help of Xin, Emily and Norris.

It's all part of his campaign to prove he and Xin are a genuine couple and have been for some time, complete with happy snaps of their festive celebrations.

Emily and Norris are bemused but go along with it. Meanwhile poor Tina, who's supposedly been dumped, has to move back in with Rita and ignore her boyfriend in the street.When Eileen catches them furtively fur·tive  
adj.
1. Characterized by stealth; surreptitious.

2. Expressive of hidden motives or purposes; shifty. See Synonyms at secret.
 talking, Tina is forced to slap Graeme to make it look like she's still angry with him. ABUSED: out Katy and Chesney are barely out of nappies but the young lovers are moving in together. I think Katy has been watching too much Big Fat Gypsy Weddings, as she's left school to become a teenage mum and housewife. Though Fiz is horrified hor·ri·fy  
tr.v. hor·ri·fied, hor·ri·fy·ing, hor·ri·fies
1. To cause to feel horror. See Synonyms at dismay.

2. To cause unpleasant surprise to; shock.
 when she discovers they're living in Janice's old flat with no heating. A caravan would be more cosy.

Oh, and Sally and Kevin kiss as they talk about Sophie's accident over a bottle of wine - but it's not long before Sally realises that's a big mistake and sees a solicitor about a divorce.

EASTENDERS * BRACE yourself for more of poor Whitney's grim storyline, as we discover what's happened to her.

She was last seen leaving the Square with Rob, who she thinks is her saviour. Actually he's a pimp who is getting her to sleep with men to pay off his debts. And Whitney is so damaged that she thinks she's in love with him.

Whit's family are furious when Janine finally admits she has no idea where the teenager is and Lauren goes looking for her. She spots her and follows her to a tatty bedsit bedsit or bedsitter
Noun

a furnished sitting room with a bed

Noun 1. bedsit - a furnished sitting room with sleeping accommodations (and some plumbing)
bedsitter, bedsitting room
, but is unnerved when Rob turns up with a man for Whitney to 'be nice to'. Later Rob turns up in the Square, warning Lauren off, and has a go at Janine.

Plus, Carol tells Connor she never loved him, while at least Abi and Jay are happy on their first date - in the launderette.

SOAP EMMERDALE TALK LAW* THE police tell a devastated Lisa that they don't have enough evidence to prosecute Derek for rape, so Zak takes the law into his own hands by attacking him with a cricket bat. Lisa stops her husband laying into Derek, but is furious when her rapist insists she consented to sex. Frankly, I'd be more worried about what punishment Lisa has in store.

Aaron tries to work out what Jackson is thinking by watching his video diary, which is never a good idea. He is shocked to see his boyfriend revealing that he wants to die.

Jimmy and Kelly come face-to-face but he still can't remember her hitting him over the head and giving him amnesia amnesia (ămnē`zhə), [Gr.,=forgetfulness], condition characterized by loss of memory for long or short intervals of time. It may be caused by injury, shock, senility, severe illness, or mental disease. .

HOME & AWAY CHARLIE can't keep up with the crimes of the River Boys. Colleen col·leen  
n.
An Irish girl.



[Irish Gaelic cailín, diminutive of caile, girl, from Old Irish.
 is shocked to have been Rob pimps Whitney.

abducted in her own caravan, but Charlie can't find anything to pin on the gang. Angelo stupidly takes a loan from Brax, while Leah goes on a date with him. There are crossed wires - what a surprise! - between Romeo and Indi, when he thinks she's going to dump him and decides to get in first by seducing Ruby. Silly boy, because Indi was going to sleep with him.

HOLLYOAKS * LYNSEY manages to escape her attacker, thanks to Riley. Later she realises it was Silas who tried to kill her and when Riley confronts his grandfather he's overcome by chest pains. He's rushed to hospital where Lynsey just happens to be his nurse. And she's in the mood to be his angel of death.

NEIGHBOURS * GARLAND is not a man to take no for an answer. When Lucas refuses to throw a bike race for him, he trashes his house and threatens Katie and Sophie. Brennan suspects something is up, while Lucas is equally suspicious of the cop when he catches him meeting a pretty girl and thinks he could be cheating on Kate. Zeke publicly humiliates Sophie and Summer thinks Tash TASH The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps  is lying about her pregnancy.

DOCTORS * BEING a doctor in Letherbridge is a dangerous occupation. Simon is knifed in the stomach by a drug addict on the infamous Churchill Estate, while Jack's friend Harry collapses.

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