There’s a departure at the Baileys’ house on Coronation Street next week, while Aaron lands himself in trouble after getting high with Summer.
It’s your Coronation Street spoilers for 3-7 October 2022.
James leaves the Street
Ronnie lets James know about a youth centre near Lewisham that’s looking for a football coach. And realising that this is close to where Danny lives, James decides to call them straight away.
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After getting in touch, James discovers that he’s got the job and will start the very next day. Hence him exiting the Street in scenes to be shown to Monday after he breaks the news to his family that he’s moving down to London.
Bullying hell for Max
David can’t understand why Max wants to be picked up after school instead of being left to get the bus. But all becomes clear to viewers when he’s seen being accosted by bullies Blake and Chris, who steal his lunch, smash his phone and soak him with water.
When Max and is left in a humiliated and dishevelled state, he voices his upset with David for leaving him at the mercy of his tormentors. Might he end up returning to his old school as a result of this persecution?
Aaron clashes with Paul
Aaron confiscates his dad’s wallet to stop him buying booze – and also discovers a bag of cannabis. His next move? To bake weed brownies with Summer! But Billy is panicked when he finds the pair high just as the bishop is due to visit. Will the clergyman end up eating one of the cakes?
In the wake of this unfortunate incident, Paul will be seen laying into Aaron for leading Summer astray. And when the argument gets physical, Paul reveals that he’s going to report him to the police.
But when Aaron subsequently tells Billy that he’s regularly beaten by his father, the vicar rushes off to put a stop to Paul’s plan. Will he get to him in time?
Alya goes behind Stu’s back
Stu is intent on dropping his case in the hope of connecting with his daughter and granddaughter. But Alya isn’t giving up so easily and accuses Lucy of hiding vital information.
She’s determined to get a DNA test done and ends up sourcing a cup that Lucy has used, which she then hands to Dee-Dee. But the local lawyer isn’t happy with Alya for acting in contradiction to Stu’s wishes. Yet she does ultimately decide to send the cup off for testing – and if Stu changes his mind, then they’ll at least have the results for him.
Is Glenda usurping Jenny?
Glenda is all set to host the Rovers quiz and has dressed to the nines for the occasion. But there’s bad news for her when Daisy reveals that Jenny is now feeling better and will be taking the mic.
But there’s a further twist to this tale. Quite literally, in fact. As Jenny is set to slip on Glenda’s newly mopped floor and injures her ankle. So as the Rovers landlady heads to A&E, Glenda gets her moment in the spotlight, while Daisy wonders whether the accident was deliberately orchestrated.
Bernie and Dev are back together
Aadi is encouraging dad Dev to make a go of things with Bernie if that’s what he desires. So summoning up his courage, Dev calls at No 5 and admits to Bernie he thinks about her a lot and that they should give their relationship another chance.
Bernie’s made up by the news, but when Dev says he feels uncomfortable with her still being his cleaner, she’s left searching for a replacement job…
Ken and Wendy admit their attraction to each other
Ken’s script is under intense scrutiny, with Brian accusing him of bigging up Wendy’s part because he fancies her. And despite denying this to be the case, Brian’s admonishment obviously hits a nerve.
When news also breaks that Mary is on the verge of quitting, Ken decides to quash rumours of bias by asking Nigel to work with Wendy on her monologue. Feeling snubbed, Wendy then confronts Ken, and the two of them end up declaring their growing attraction to each other. But when Wendy relinquishes her lead role, will Mary ultimately get the gig?
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