Sisterhood: Fri Mar 26, 2010 Corrie Episode Review

David and Graeme go on a road trip to tamper with witnesses in Gail’s case, Eileen and Julie get rid of Jesse for good, Sunita and the kids move into Dev’s flat, Audrey tells Rita about Lewis, Sophie gets setup on a date.

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Nothing to Worry About: Thu Mar 25, 2010 Corrie Episode Review

Written by Martin Allen, directed by Tessa Hoffe

Gail’s bail appeal has been turned down, David schemes a new way to get her out that includes Graeme, Lewis reconnects with Audrey at the salon, Molly and Tyrone talk nurseries, Kev accuses Molly of hurting his family, Jesse professes his love for Julie and kisses her, Norris gets a new cameraphone and finds ample use for it.

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Coronation Street films Blanche’s funeral

MailOnline reports that Anne Kirkbride (Deirdre Barlow, Blanche’s daughter) was overcome with emotion as they filmed Blanche’s on-screen funeral.

The funeral will see Tracy out of prison to attend and a scuffle happen between her and Becky over little Amy Barlow (whom of which has been re-cast).

In classic Coronation Street fashion, there will be a brawl ‘n all at Blanche’s funeral. ¬†Too bad she’s going to miss it.

Images courtesy of Daily Mail Online UK.

Just Leave It: Mon Mar 22, 2010 Corrie Episode Review

Gail believes that Audrey thinks she’s guilty, Tina and Jason lose the buyer on the flat and move back in, Nick is under pressure at Underworld, Jesse’s back from holiday and wants Eileen back, John has his first day teaching adult learning, Pam finds out about Molly’s pregnancy and gets a slap and Sophie’s not having the best of times.

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Who’s the Daddy: Fri Mar 19, 2010 Corrie Episode Review

Gail is wasting away in prison, David’s wasting away at home in sympathy, Tina misses Joe, Nick Tilsley’s first day at Underworld, Kelly gets the sack and leaves Weatherfield forever, Molly tells Tyrone she’s pregnant and moves back in to a Tyrone’s delight, Rita’s got attitude at the charity shop, Mary and Norris win a trip to “Bronte-Country.”

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