The Platts are in the headlines due to Sarah's marriage to Adam, as well as Bethany's departure from Weatherfield. But there is drama there, too, as Geoff tries to manipulate Yasmeen, while Jade makes a pass at Tyrone.
Wedding bells for Sarah and Adam
Marriage fever struck Weatherfield, which I think is down to the fact that the bride Sarah Platt and groom Adam Barlow look like they should be on the cover of one of those glossy magazines giving tips on how to make your wedding day a dream Amazingly, it seems that the two of them are going to get hit without a hitch, which is more than it can be said for the other people who are dreaming about tying the knot.
Maria and Gary, for example, were eager to decide on a date, but at the moment, they are unaware of the fact that in June of last year, Rick Neelan, a shark loan, bumped off and buried his body in the woods. Then there is Daniel, whose proposal to Bethany on Wednesday will be marred by the fact that he is half-cut and in possession of the ring worn by his late wife Sinead, who is barely cold in her grave. And they're claiming the romance is dead.
Now, talking of Bethany, a beggar believes that she would have chosen to stay around for so long. She lived an enviable, sun-kissed life in Milan for the first 15 years of her experience. But then she rocked up here and, in no time at all, clashed with the local gangster Callum and was sexually exploited by Nathan, before being shamed by the likes of Beth and Tracy for her ill-timed flirtations with Daniel.
But then this is the route most soap female characters seem to travel: to arrive acting all carefree and bubbly, to leave after being devastated and shattered. So, Bethany, I wish you well. Here's the chance you're going to be a little less cursed now that you've forcibly removed yourself from the Street shackles. And to star Lucy Fallon, good luck. In a screen family as well known as the Platts, it must be hard to make an impression. But we never lost interest in Bethany as viewers, with the writers always offering her too much to worry over.
Geoff pleads with Yasmeen
Has there been a more alarming scene of Corrie this year than Geoff serving up Charlotte Bronte the Chicken to eat Yasmeen? The problem is that a discombobulated Yasmeen has not yet the emotional capacity to dissolve the other half of her Upcoming manipulative episodes will see Alya edging closer to discovering the truth as she persuades her gran that after hearing that she was seen crying they will take a walk together.
But when Geoff arrives at an empty house, he's reduced to tears himself in fear. As Yasmeen comes home, she sees Geoff in a state of distress and is convinced to stay there. When is her nightmare about to end?
Jade misreads the signals
Anyone who thought that Jade's vendetta against Fiz has come to an end needs to think again Believing that Tyrone has the power to allow her to have more contact with Hope, Jade calls to see him ask for more access Yet innocent Ty is blindsided when Jade's efforts to get her way result in her making a pass on him. Stupid move, Jade, It's not exactly a tactic that's going to make her look like an otherwise suspicious Fiz.
Nina makes plans
Carla's efforts to make Nina feel more comfortable on the street are set to take a strange turn. Instead of joining Simon, Asha, and Amy at a gig in town, Nina decides to join Roy on a night-time excursion to go hunting for bats. Bonding over bats – who could have guessed it?