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Coronation Street: Jason confronts Karl
You can feel the clock ticking down for Coronation Street baddie Karl Munro, can't you? How much longer is he going to worm and squirm his way out of responsibility for the Rovers Return fire? Spoilers for this week's dramatic episodes reveal just how close he is to being caught.
For a start, Jason is set to publicly accuse Karl of starting the fire at the Rovers Return. A brave move on Jason's part that earns him Karl's fury but Jason, the ex-boyfriend of his fiancée Stella, doesn't care; he confronts his deadly rival in front of everyone in the pub.
You'd think this would be the end of Karl, but no such luck. Like a squashed cockroach, Karl is still alive and kicking. What's more, he isn't even worried because in his arrogance, he believes the Corrie residents will just think Jason's being ridiculous.
It is a pretty outlandish accusation, but that doesn't stop Karl from taking the surprise move of confessing to Jason. He admits his guilt, strong-arming the younger man and insisting there's no evidence to convict him.
Karl has only told Jason the truth to further rub salt into his open wounds. If Karl had a long moustache, he'd twiddle the ends of it.
Click through the photos to see all the exciting developments in Coronation Street this week
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