Discussion in 'UK Soaps Forum' started by Ome, Sep 12, 2016.
Tim and Steve are so NOT funny. How embarrassing must that have been to film?
Steve seemed more bearable to night and not so ott, he can act, lets hope we see more of this side than the slapstick pint pulling moron.
Yes. All this recent humour looks and feels forced.
I thought Kim Marsh put in a good performance on Monday, not usually a fan, but she did pull it out of the bag.
Jack P Shepherd is just amazing.
I think Tim is funny but I don't think Steve is. That actor is just panto material.
I did find Ken's remarks and his disdain for Halloween coming from America quite amusing, it was very Ken.
Dont know if Helen Worth will be in hot water but according to the internet, she accidently gave away a huge spoiler today on Itv when paying tribute to Hilda Ogden/Jean Alexander
Do you know what it is?
Is there a number two..?
Yes lol re Ken Barlow
The ending is what she gave away re Ken
Nice to see peter Barlow back in Corrie - i like Chris Gascoigne and will always remember his near death scene in the live episode when he marries Leanne. he was brilliant
the kidnapping of David is so contrived - why does Corrie do it, stick to Northern humour and realistic drama
They need to watch some old 70s/80s scenes
With the death of jean Alexander i may get round to buying the Corrie 1970/80s DVD scenes yet!!
Loved Tracy tonight
"What kind of father are you?"
"What kind of mother are you, having his baby"
Ah - I figured something like that was going happen, but only because i read Brian Packham is returning to help Ken, which led me to think something had to stop Ken from going away.
Yes! I love Peter, it's great to have the dysfunctional Barlows back.
That was brilliant.
As much as I love the Platts and David especially, this whole story feels off.
couldn't delete the number 1 when I was typing the post.
That end scene with Ken was quite upsetting, I thought William Roache was very good.
It really was a powerful moment, he played it so convincingly. I guess this is where Brian Packham, Adam & Daniel come into the show.
Yes. It was what was happening to Ken from the end of the episode and mentioning what it was.
Jack P Shepherd is nailing this. Nice to see the old Gail back, instead of the stupid, ridiculous cabbage creature we have most of the time.
With everything happening in Emmerdale this week, I had no idea what Corrie was building up to. Tonight's stunt was brilliant and though it was quite dramatic, I laughed out loud at Beth screaming as she run away from the blast. I also don't think it was meant to be funny when Anna caught fire, but it certainly amused me.
Even Fiz & Tyrone were tolerable tonight.
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