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 is the week when we discover what Richard is Richard I, Richard Cœur de Lion (kör də lyôN`), or Richard Lion-Heart, 1157–99, king of England (1189–99); third son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. really like. He's certainly a Tricky Dicky Tricky Dicky may refer to one of the following:
plot - the story that is told in a novel or play or movie etc.; "the characters were well drawn but the plot was banal" is played out in two episodes on Monday, in which Richard realises that Duggie has cut corners on the house and conned him. Well, it takes one to know one... As the two men argue, tragedy strikes and Duggie is fatally injured in·jure
tr.v. in·jured, in·jur·ing, in·jures
1. To cause physical harm to; hurt.
2. To cause damage to; impair.
3. . Richard is about to do the decent thing and phone for an ambulance, until he remembers the money stashed at Duggie's flat. So he lives his partner to die while he steals the money from his safe.
Toyah decides to finish with Sam, just as he decides to propose to her. It all ends in tears, of course, but at least it makes Sam drop his wet Mr Nice Guy routine. Tyrone is nervous about giving Harper a blank MoT certificate, but Fiz is thrilled to spend his ill-gotten gains.
MOST of the teenagers are disappointed by their exam results, with Flick having to rethink her career plans. Susan is even more suspicious of Karl, while Drew comes clean about why he's indebted in·debt·ed
Morally, socially, or legally obligated to another; beholden.
[Middle English endetted, from Old French endette, past participle of endetter, to oblige to Scotty.
Susan's older sister Liz arrives asking for a big favour - she wants her to look after her troublesome 16-year-old daughter while Liz goes abroad for six months. Joe is helped in his money problems by Mitch, but he's unhappy about his strong-arm tactics. Joel goes missing on his deep sea dive, while Lou makes an heroic sacrifice.
ANNA struggles to juggle college work and motherhood, Tony spreads some Latin love and Mandy finally moves back home - but only because her family are the only people who will talk to her. Max begins to see Laura's true colours while Eve works her magic on the football team. Ben blows Beth out and Matt is concerned about Chloe.
Used to express pleasure, satisfaction, surprise, or great joy.
intr.v. aahed, aah·ing, aahs
To exclaim in pleasure, satisfaction, surprise, or great joy: ! Don't they make a lovely picture? At Gabrielle's christening christening: see baptism. they look like a happily married couple, which they're not. But they ought to be, and this week Bernice and Ashley finally admit their true feelings for each other - looks like a reconciliation is on the cards.
Maggie finds the earring earring, a personal adornment, sometimes an amulet, worn attached to the ear lobe. Since prehistoric times the ear has been pierced for the insertion of the earring; certain primitive tribes distort the lobe with plugs several inches in diameter or with heavy stones. which Nicola planted and accuses her of having an affair with Phil. Of course, in soapland she can't do this privately - she storms into the pub so everyone can witness her humiliation. Zak discovers there's no place like gnome, while Marc is worried that fellow inmate Gaz is going to blow the whistle on him after discovering he's a copper's son.
AAH! Don't they make a lovely picture? At Gabrielle's christening they look like a happily married couple, which they're not. But they ought to be, and this week Bernice and Ashley finally admit their true feelings for each other - looks like a reconciliation is on the cards.
Maggie finds the earring which Nicola planted and accuses her of having an affair with Phil. Of course, in soapland she can't do this privately - she storms into the pub so everyone can witness her humiliation.
Zak discovers there's no place like gnome, while Marc is worried that fellow inmate Gaz is going to blow the whistle on him after discovering he's a copper's son.
IT'S Zoe's 18th birthday, but what are the chances of a happy celebration in Albert Square Albert Square is the fictional location of the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders. It is ostensibly located in the equally fictional London borough of Walford in London's East End. ? About as high as England winning the World Cup, I'd say.
Zoe's got competition as the most eligible young girl on the square with the arrival of Sam Mitchell Sam Mitchell may refer to:
Janine likes to think she's in the same league but even Paul thinks she's taking things too far when he catches her in a compromising situation.
Laura becomes increasingly annoyed at Mel's part in their business, while Sonia and Jamie come to blows. Again. At least Little Mo has the right idea when she decides to change her plea to not guilty.
HONESTY seems to be the worst policy when the Dixons tell Ron about all their troubles.
Meanwhile, his release from prison drives Katie to self-destruction with the help of lots of vodka.
Ray is concerned when Jessie says she wants to meet Helen, then more of his secrets come back to haunt him.
Nikki fears she'll have to drop out of university because of her spiralling debts.