The Gail McIntyre Redemption: Thu May 27, 2010 Corrie Episode Review

Written by Damon Rochefort, directed by Tessa Hoffe

Gail and family are delighted to hear that a witness has come forward, Tina isn’t and decides to take the stand after all, Tina no longer needs Graeme since she’s doing better, Hayley still isn’t back with Roy, the factory loses power due to the leak, Lloyd flirts with Cheryl, and Anna isn’t happy with Eddie when she finds he’s been taking extra shifts now that they’re the cab company for a lap dancing place.

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One More Chance: Mon May 24, 2010 & Wed May 26, 2010

Written by Mark Burt (Mon) and David Lane (Wed), directed by Tessa Hoffe

David and Nick bribe a witness to help their mum’s case, Carla loses a deal no thanks to Nick and the factory’s still flooding, Hayley leaves Roy and stays with Anna, Graeme loses out with Rosie, Deirdre and Ken try to convince Tracy to retract her statement about Gail, and Kirk has found a new place to live with the Peacocks.

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Really Nice Person: Fri May 21, 2010 Corrie Episode Review

Written by Peter Whalley (7:30) and John Kerr (8:30), directed by Terry Dyddgen-Jones

Gail finds out she’s been stabbed in the back by Tracy, Lewis continues to woo Audrey, David threatens the Barlows, Graeme ditches Rosie to care for Tina, Roy insults Hayley, and both Kirk and Izzy find work at Underworld.

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Say Yes to the Dress: Thu May 20, 2010 Corrie Episode Review


Written by Jonathan Harvey, directed by Terry Dyddgen-Jones

Tracy continues to befriend Gail in prison in hopes to get a confession, David’s plan to get a reporter on his mum’s case doesn’t work out so he starts a petition, Steve and Becky are still at each others throats, Hayley buys a salsa dress and Izzy helps Kirk apply for a machinist job at Underworld.

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Talk of the Devil: Mon May 17, 2010 Corrie Episode Review

Written by Jayne Hollinson (7:30) and Julie Jones (8:30), directed by Terry Dyddgen-Jones

Becky visits Tracy at the jail and they get into a fight after Tracy tries to blackmail Becky, Roy withdraws his proposal of marriage to Hayley, David starts a petition to save Gail, Lloyd goes after Cheryl, and there’s a leak at the factory.

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Vultures: Fri May 14, 2010 Corrie Episode Review

Written by Simon Crowther (7:30) and John Kerr (8:30) directed by Duncan Foster

Tracy tries to force a confession out of Gail, Janice finds thousands of pounds under Trev’s bed, Blanche’s will is read, ¬†Graeme almost gets Tina to leave her flat, Hayley’s upset at Roy’s lack of romance, and Theresa leaves the street for good.

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Not Today: Thu May 13, 2010 Corrie Episode Review

Written by Debbie Oates, directed by Duncan Foster

Tracy’s got a plan up her sleeve and it begins with being cellmates with Gail Platt, Gail’s trial gets moved up, Becky and Steve fill out the “significant partners” section of their adoption forms, Roy quasi-proposes to Hayley, Graeme keeps tending to Tina while Jason is getting fed up and Lloyd treats Theresa like crap.

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