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    Red face Corrie Spoilers 18th - 22nd May

    Steve and Leeanne hear terrible news about their son

    Aggie and Ed try to convince Michael to turn the other cheek

    Sean suggests Gemma starts making vlogs about her life
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    Exclamation Corrie Spoilers 18th - 22nd May 2020

    This week on the Street: Ed takes a stand, Gemma takes a brave step, Leanne and Steve try to remain positive and love is in the air for Evelyn...

    Ed Takes A Stand


    The Bistro opening party gets underway but Don continues to make racist remarks in front of the whole Bailey family.


    Only this time Ed has had enough and challenges him on his behaviour.


    The whole room falls silent as Ed explains heís suffered racist abuse all his life, but heíll never give up the fight to put a stop to it.

    What will happen next?


    Later, Michael tells Tianna that heíll do everything he can to make the world a better place for her. As Grace looks on could this be the start of a thawing between them?


    Oliver


    As the two families lean on each other for support, the doctor breaks the news that Oliverís condition is more serious than they first thought.


    Steve and Leanne are devastated when the doctor suggests Oliver might have mitochondrial disease.


    As Steve and Leanne jokily reminisce over Oliverís childhood, Nick struggles to understand how they can be so jovial at a time like this.

    Will they be okay?

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    Love Is In The Air


    Returning from their dance, Evelyn and Arthur share a tender kiss.



    But when Tyrone catches them having breakfast together will he believe his flustered gran when she explains that he just called in?

    Gemma's Brave Step Forward



    Gemma opens up to her support group about her struggles with the quads.


    Later, with some encouragement from Cathy and Sean, Gemma finds the courage to record her a vlog about her feelings. Will it help?

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    Monday 18 May 2020 at 19:30 on ITV

    Oliver is sedated and taken for a brain scan. The doctor tells Steve and Leanne that the next step is to run some genetic blood tests.

    As the two families lean on each other for support, the doctor breaks the news that Oliver's condition is more serious than they first thought and he might have mitochondrial disease. Steve and Leanne are devastated.

    Meanwhile, when Don gives Ed yet another snagging list, Michael's had enough. Don makes jibes at Michael and enjoys winding him up. Michael's angry and wants to take on Don, but Ed and Aggie are adamant it's best to turn the other cheek and not cause a scene.

    Later, James reveals he's being threatened with the transfer list after his altercation with a fan who called him gay.

    Elsewhere, Gemma talks candidly to the support group about her nightmares and how she has imagined hurting her babies. She's assured she's not alone. Back at home, she says she found the group really helpful. Chesney tells her that he's proud of her.

    Also today, David admits to Craig that he gets an adrenaline rush from taking stupid risks. Craig urges him to stop for the sake of his family.


    Wednesday 20 May 2020 at 19:30 on ITV

    Steve and Leanne keep a vigil at Oliver's bedside. Having googled mitochondrial disease, Steve is upbeat as he explains that there are different strains and many people with the disease lead full and normal lives. But when the doctor explains they need to run more tests, Steve loses his rag and demands to know if his son is going to live or die.

    Later, as Steve and Leanne jokily reminisce over Oliver's childhood, Nick takes a more serious approach.

    Meanwhile, Michael tells Ed and Aggie that he thinks it would be best if they swerved the Bistro opening party, but Aggie asserts that she's not going to let an idiot like Don put them off. A downbeat James reveals that he's no longer playing tonight as he has been dropped from the squad.

    Elsewhere, Gemma tells Bernie and Chesney that she feels like she has turned a corner and she couldn't have done it without them and the support group. When Gemma confides in Sean, explaining it's good to talk, Sean suggests that she record a vlog and share her experience online as it could help others in a similar situation.

    With the help of Sean and Cathy, Gemma records her first vlog, slamming the Freshco ad campaign for creating a dream world that's not possible to achieve.

    Also today, when Tyrone finds Arthur and Evelyn enjoying breakfast together, he assumes Arthur stayed over. A flustered Evelyn explains he just called in, later assuring Fiz they're just good friends.


    Friday 22 May 2020 at 19:30 on ITV

    When Don makes yet another racist remark, Michael can't believe that his dad just takes it on the chin and points out that fights are never won by people who give up.

    As the Bistro opening party gets under way, Don continues in front of the whole family. Ed's had enough and challenges him. As the room falls silent, Ed explains he has suffered racist abuse all his life, but he'll never give up the fight to put a stop to it.

    Back at home, Michael assures Tianna that there's no place in this world for racism and he'll do everything he can to make it a better place for her.

    Uncomfortable around his own dad, James slinks out, more convinced that his only option is to quit football as people will never accept him for who he is. Aggie tells Ed that she's proud of him for standing up to Don, but wishes she could be proud of the way he is with James too.

    At Number 3, Ed offers James a heartfelt apology for the way he has behaved, assuring him that deep down he couldn't be prouder. Will father and son finally be reunited?

    At the same time, in The Rovers, Dev shares his own experiences at the hands of racists.

    Meanwhile, a desolate Leanne confides in Toyah that she doesn't know which is worse Ė not knowing what's wrong with Oliver, or finding out it's something terrible. Leanne apologises to Nick and they make up, united in their concern for Oliver.


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