Monday, 9 February 2015

Corrie Canada weekly awards for Feb. 2 - 6

Public Enemy award: Roy and Steve. Aren't they a pair? Roy, as always, knows there's more to every story.

Cloud Nine award: Michael is in Lala land over this pregnancy.

Convenient excuse award: Everyone thinks Steve's diagnosis is just a bit too convenient. It's a difficult illness to understand.

Top Bloke award: Roy gave Gary a job in the very cafe Gary tried to rob. He's also giving him a second chance at getting his life back.

Comedy scene of the week: Tim in a panic over the rat.  Tim squeaked louder than Darryl when he saw the rat on the table, uncaged! (I know phobias are not funny but this was a good chuckle)

Spite award: Todd Grimshaw. Eva has always been his friend, why turn on her and Jason now?  And he gets the Oh Grow Up awards. He really needs to get over himself.

Bull in a China shop award: Tracy was never known for her tact and understanding. But she's right, Amy did need to be told.

Storyline touchstone award: Tim is still working on his reading. "Slowly but surely"

Mouths of Babes award: Amy, for "getting" it and pointing out that Lady Gaga has depression, too.

Wrong end of the stick award: Faye and Craig saw Sally and Kevin looking pretty cozy. But he was only helping with Tim's birthday surprise.

Back up the truck award: I know Tracy and Tony had a one nighter rebounder but now she's all over him? 'Scuse me? Did that come out of left field or is it a matter of having started down that road, there's no point turning back.

Style icon: Sean's onesie and puppy slippers.

As if award: As if Tony would be cuddling Eva in full view of the neighbourhood and across from the pub where his girlfriend lives and works if they were having a fling!

Lines of the week:
Todd "When push comes to shove...Tracy Barlow"
David to Grandad Michael "It's not all Werther's Originals and stories by the fireside"
Gavin "I'm leading a double life within a double life. It's the Matrix like Postman Pat " (Not sure about that last bit)
Carla "My heart won't bleed for Steve McDonald"
Chesney "You don't want to be overdoing it" Sinead "I'm laid flat on my back - I'm hardly pulling an all-nighter in town."
Norris to Steve (out on the street, loudly) "How's the guilty conscience!!" (nasty little toad)
Eva to Todd "You and Tracy, eh? There's the Dream Team"
Eileen "I feel like the woman who lived in a shoe" Eva "Can you imagine living in a shoe? It'd be amazin'!"
David about the posters "Was it the Gail idiot or the Michael idiot!?"
Sally "Get a grip, you big drama queen. You're 43 on Wednesday, not three!" Tim "You remembered me birthday?" Sally "Yeah and you're getting a stuffed rat!" Tim "THAT'S NOT FUNNY!" ( Yes it is, funny, funny stuff!)
Tracy "When were you going to tell me you've gone Radio GaGa"
Michael "So basically, it's Potter, Tilsley, Platt, Hillman, McIntyre. Is that it?" Gail "Well...let's not rhink about the past, eh?"
Gail about the registry office "If I have another wedding there, I get the next one half price" (I wonder if Steve knows about this!?)

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Re: Tracy and Tony. Seducing him is her way of taking back control. If she has to sell him half the business, at least she can keep some power by keeping him off-balance. By succumbing to her "charms", he's allowed himself to be put in a "one-down" position. She can also control him by threatening to tell Liz, thereby jeopardizing his cozy arrangement in the pub. While it hasn't come up yet (she may not have thought of it), she can also threaten to call the police about his shady dealings. She can claim she didn't have any such contacts until he got involved.

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