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24/01/2014 15:30 | By Lorna Cooper, editor, MSN TV
Coronation Street spoilers: tears at Hayley's funeral
Coronation Street: Hayley's funeral
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Gail is concerned as Nick slouches about the house, unable to face going to the Bistro. She blames Leanne for giving up on her husband, but Leanne knows she did everything she could to save her marriage.
It has been a brilliant week for Corry, the haley story has been brilliantly written and acted, it has been done with respect for the subject matter and has made everyone sit up and think and talk about peoples right to die, which is a good thing, at least I think so.
As much as i disagree with a soap taking on this aspect of life to such an extent, i have to also disagree with those rubbishing this. Some people are truely lucky if they have never yet had the misfortune to encounter this side of life with somebody they know. They will one day because death, comes to us all eventually.
It has been an awful programme for an awfully long time............One depressing story line after another, Where has the gritty humour gone?. The Nicky Tilsley bit is rubbish, The writers sem to be competing with Eastenders by seeing who can write the most depressing plot. Needs new writers etc. Just how many people in one street have affairs and cheat on there partners. i blame these soaps for the moral decline in real life.
Soap or not - this drama has had a profound on so many people whose lives have been touched by similar heartache and tragedy. The acting by all concerned has been superb. Tears have flowed all over the country. Not many people have avoided such sadness at some point or other - if they have they are either incredibly fortunate or else they lack the humanity to feel pain. As one poster has rightfully pointed out, some of the more obnoxious contributors seem to know an awful lot about a programme they despise. If they don't like it - why would they watch it? Some of these trolls are very sad and obviously disturbed people.
Closing the factory and hovering around Roy was a little "over the top" for me. Roy is a very polite, long suffering sort of bloke - and we wouldn't want it any other way - but how I wished that he'd "blown his top" and kicked everybody's backsides out of there at 7.30, rather than forcing the viewers to endure the frustration alongside him for the full hour.
The Haley story was tactfully written and acted out and Roy will be a lonely man for a while I think. On the other hand if Nick Tilsley does not go for some rehabilitation or some other treatment I am going to scream. He is totally getting on my nerves. I can't imagine what his wife is feeling. I would have bailed out months ago. x
So many losers with nothing better to do with their lives than to trash a soap opera.
If it makes you feel superior, then keep it up, after all what else have you got in your lives?
Oh yeah, don't forget to watch CBB and stay strong, always remember a Belieber is for life.
WE NEED TO KEEP A PROSPECTIVE ON THIS ! ITS A SOAP AND WATCHED BY MILLIONS , ITS BASED ON REAL LIFE SITUATIONS, AND WE CAN EASILY GET EMBROILED IN THE STORYLINES, WERE FACING DAY IN AND DAY OUT! SAD FOR HALEY AND EVEN SADDER ROY WEARING THET JACKET FROM PRIMARK! THINK HE WILL END UP GOING OUT WITH HER WITH THE MOTORHOME!! CANT BELIEVE IVE POSTED THIS!!!
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