Off we go for another week of Sunday comments. Don't forget to check the Bluenose Corrie Blog tomorrow for Lines of the week and weekly awards!
Audrey and Rita finally made up but it was tough going. Rita appears to be quite a bit more stubborn than Audrey. And it's all down to Saint Emily of Bishop.Rita is highly skeptical of Audrey and Lewis being a proper couple and so she should be but she and Audrey are going to have to agree to disagree if they're going to keep their friendship and Rita can just make sure to be there to pick up the inevitable pieces when it all goes pear shaped.
In the maintime, though, you just knew Audrey wouldn't be able to stop herself from snooping in Lewis' little black customer book and it's like when you eavesdrop, you aren't going to find out anything good about yourself. Or at least nothing overly flattering. That was one way to put her off the scent and keep her from dropping his services, though, snog her face off! It makes me think Lewis definitely has an agenda where Audrey's concerned. Some people might think his gesture was romantic but he's not giving up the escorting and making her a priority is he? How's she going to feel waiting at home for him to come back from dates? Lewis must have women falling for him all the time. And i bet he stays over with more than one of them too.
Yes i think Molly *is* a spiteful cow. She couldn't have what (who) she wanted so she could very well make Kevin swing in the wind, thinking she was going to blow his life sky high. It really wasn't Kevin's fault. Tyrone didn't check to see if he'd finished the car. But Molly finally settled in with Tyrone, she wouldn't jeopardize it by taking the chance that Kevin's marriage would blow up and he'd choose her as a consolation prize. No wonder she wants to move away.
So if Kevin can't get rid of the baby, he can at least encourage Tyrone to go along with Molly's plan to move away. Between the two of them they've managed to convince him. I don't understand why Nick always has to take orders from Carla like she could sack him if he doesn't. He's part owner and she's treating him like one of the factory workers and he's taking it off her!
I can't understand why Sunita would want to live in a 100 year old tiny little house that has no backyard when she's got two rambunctious twins that won't be able to share a bedroom forever. News headlines on the newsboard, "Hopes fade for missing kitten"...really??? Somehow i really doubt that would make the major news flashes. Did you ever think you'd see David actually being nice? He's keeping Gary's secret but when he sees how upset Anna is, he actually did the right thing but in the process, tipped off Gary over the phone. No matter, they caught up with him anyway. Now what?
Mary really knows how to produce a seduction ... a stack of competitions? Seriously? She did manage to get his head on her bosoms though. She's a bit on the creepy side isn't she? She's always been weird but she's turned scary since her return. I can't understand why Norris would go away with her considering her past attempts to get him. So she's already trying to keep him stuck inside with her. Missing laces to his boots...and all of a sudden the phone isn't working? Hmmm...
Oh Natasha, dear girl, you really have to stop throwing yourself at Nick! He might catch you eventually when he's got no choice but is that the way you want to bag a fella? It's so clear he's really not overly interested, and she's all but stripping naked in the street for him.And there she was, one more chance and he'll have blown it. He blew it, said he had to work, so she figured he was just lying and told him off. For working. In his office. Doh. If he was just trying to get out of a date with her, why would he be hiding out in his office? He'll take up with her eventually since she's offering herself on a plate but he's only using her and she won't see it. Maybe down deep she will but she'll talk herself into a fair tale romance that doesn't exist. It's actually painful to watch!