Coronation Street triumphed at the British Soap Awards 2013 and Michelle Keegan won sexiest female.
12/10/2012 13:48 | By Lorna Cooper, editor, MSN TV
Coronation Street spoilers: Tracy makes Michelle cry
Coronation Street recap for week commencing 6 October
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Nick arrives at Roy's Rolls hoping to call a truce. However when he makes some patronising comments about the café, Mary and Anna aren't impressed and tell him where he can shove his olive branch - with a spoon.
A more religious man than myself, may suggest that, "When the good lord put Ryan and Tracy together, he had put all his bad eggs in one basket and dropped it on the cobbles of Weatherfield." What a pity he hadn't dropped it a little bit harder! Does anyone seriously believe that she's pregnant? This week will see the arrival of Sue Hanson (better known as Diane Parker of Crossroads) who claims that Lewis swindled £10,000 from her. In order to keep the police out of the matter, Audrey writes a cheque, but will that be the end of the matter? Wouldn't it be hilarious if the cheque bounced because Lewis had emptied the account and "legged it to "panto land." For, as it was in the beginning, so shall it be again unto the end ....... And here endeth the Sunday sermon!
What a mess....with Tracy being older,she should know better,but was she taking her pill as she said??We all know too well how she interacts,if she doesn't get her own way,but will this work in her favour? I hope,if in deed,she is pregnant,she has a safe pregnancy.Wouldn't be soap land if things ran smoothly now,would it? Let's keep the teapot topped up and enjoy the upcoming events...x
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