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    I can't understand why she's allowing Peter and Nick to go around bribing people on her behalf. She was willing to confess until Peter started this latest cover up and even let him persuade her to go away for a while. She's supposed to be this great, independent woman and a powerful businesswoman.
    At least now she's realising how Roy felt when she covered for him, except unlike Roy she hasn't owned up to it.

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    Think the health inspector Wayne feels jealous of Carla and her closeness to Roy.

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    Also I can't understand how she allowed Peter to be rude to Roy when he had allowed Peter to stay in his flat. Carla would never have allowed that in the past - she even told Johnny off for making fun of him when she was in hospital waiting for her transplant.

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    I wanted Carla to hand herself in

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    Carla Connor will be sectioned following her mental breakdown after telling family and friends that she was responsible for the roof collapse and death of Rana Habeeb.

    Carla will go missing after her revelation, which will see her close friends and family turn against her as they grapple to come to terms with the news she’s told them.

    As we know, Carla is acting on guilt and the real culprit of who’s to blame has yet to be made known to fans.

    Coming to Carlas rescue will be Peter who finds out she is in hospital..

    Can Peter help her to come to terms with recent events and find a way to help get her life back on track?

    These scenes air over the next few weeks.

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    she'll be grand, just look at steve

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    The end for Carla? Carla is heading for rock bottom and fast. As she goes missing, Peter, Kate, Johnny and Roy are on the case to find her and bring her home. But her psychosis means she can trust no-one. Not wanting to be found, Carla’s harrowing state of mind implodes – leading to some heartbreaking scenes delivered expertly by Alison King. A standalone episode about Carla’s mental health will follow, with show boss Iain MacLeod telling us: ‘It’s a standalone episode that will be mental health focused and Carla focused. It will also be the reveal to the audience of who was behind the factory roof collapsing. It’s a really nice fusion of important, serious drama about mental health.’ Killer revealed! The investigation into who brought that roof down and killed Rana will continue for some time (which may or may not be good news for you) and there are indications that the viewers will discover their identity long before the community. But it leads to the incarnation of the latest cobbles bad guy. Iain teased: ‘What I have always liked about Corrie is the ability to have villains like Hillman and Phelan who come in and burn bright and also the more complicated, long range villain like Mike Baldwin – ruthless, self serving and looking out for number one. ‘We’re designing a character in that latter type who can stay long term as an antagonistic just messing up lives. ‘By going with this character on this journey – their intentions are good and they rapidly snowball. It will be a very slow burn.’


    Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/12/10-hu...5/?ito=cbshare

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    same diagnosis as sarah?

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    she should be kept in hospital, roy and peter are wrong, she needs professional help

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    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/cor...isode-details/

    Looking forward to this episode especially .. I am sure Alison will make a great job of it

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