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Thread: Coronation Street - Current Episode Discussion - V

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizann View Post
    sean said he was in weatherfield general doing well
    Still confused. Why would he have been taken to Weatherfield general ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis tanner View Post
    Still confused. Why would he have been taken to Weatherfield general ?
    If you mean why was he taken to hospital, it was because he'd had a heart attack. If you mean why was he taken to Weatherfield General in particular, it was something that I thought strange as well, unless his frequent stops meant they hadn't actually left Weatherfield, which seems unlikely given the views of the roads they were travelling on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerman View Post
    If you mean why was he taken to hospital, it was because he'd had a heart attack. If you mean why was he taken to Weatherfield General in particular, it was something that I thought strange as well, unless his frequent stops meant they hadn't actually left Weatherfield, which seems unlikely given the views of the roads they were travelling on.
    I don't live in the area, but IIRC, didn't one of the cast mention they were on the A583 when the heart attack occurred?
    Looking on google maps, the A583 is the Preston to Blackpool road, which meant they must have been at least 35 miles from Manchester.
    There must be a more local hospital than Wethy General?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flappinfanny View Post
    I liked the feel of the CS episode and was very enjoyable to watch, although I did cringe at Bill Roache talking to the camera breaking the fourth wall at the end.

    It is sad when older soap actors like Bill Roache, Barbara Knox and June Brown, become too theatrical and loose the art of how to act "normally" and stage act. However I did like the way they had the credits rolling at the end with different eras of the show. That was a nice touch by ITV.
    I thought he was talking to the house, rather than to the camera. It was a lovely moment, though, and the older credits were indeed a nice touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emerald View Post
    i thought he was talking to the house, rather than to the camera. It was a lovely moment, though, and the older credits were indeed a nice touch.
    i thought the same actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerOver View Post
    i thought the same actually.
    Me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emerald View Post
    I thought he was talking to the house, rather than to the camera. It was a lovely moment, though, and the older credits were indeed a nice touch.
    I thought that too

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    It was nice to see John Henshaw as the coach driver in CS back on our screens, a very good actor, if CS have any sense they will snap him up for a more semi regular part in the show, they could do with the likes of John on the show.
    'I see you put your spuds before your old man, i would've of put them the same level myself.'
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    seb moving in with emma, fast and does steve approve

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    Quote Originally Posted by emerald View Post
    I thought he was talking to the house, rather than to the camera. It was a lovely moment, though, and the older credits were indeed a nice touch.
    Perhaps?? but I have watched it again and it is not very clear. It maybe me, but I am sure he looked into the camera.
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