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As for boring James, the writers didn’t get rid of him, it was actually the actor’s choice to leave.
Ah well then.


Thank you for accepting the actor’s resignation.

James as a character could have been Corrie gold but I think sadly, the actor wasn’t up to it. If the Bailey’s stick around, I would warm to the idea of James returning with a new head.
 

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Am Dram describing Corrie perfectly right now. :)

However, it is comfort viewing now the dark nights are drawing in and an easy watch.
 
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Billy's new friends will no doubt turn out to be a sinister couple, which is always entertaining, sadly it will mean more screentime with Summer.
 

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With Martha coming back reminds me of the wonderful Blanche describing her:

'Ken recently had an affair with an actress. Oh - it wasn't Nicole Kidman or Glenda Jackson - she lives on a tugboat.'
 

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With Martha coming back reminds me of the wonderful Blanche describing her:

'Ken recently had an affair with an actress. Oh - it wasn't Nicole Kidman or Glenda Jackson - she lives on a tugboat.'

I remember Peter Barlow referring to Martha as “Captain Crumpet!”
 

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I like the seriousness surrounding Max’s new story groomed by a gang of racists, but it’s difficult to take it in after watching the brilliant drama THE WALK IN. I know Corrie can’t do it the justice it needs, but I hope they push it at far as they can.
 

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There are some positives in CS if you look. The Max storyline is very interesting, loving Glenda at The Rovers and anything Tracy does is Corrie Gold. Loved the mention of the leading ladies that resided at Number 1.
 
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CS has been on form this week. Hard hitting but there has been light and shade.
 

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I’m really struggling at the moment with the amateur dramatics story arc involving Ken, Wendy, Mary and Brian.

I’m finding it painfully boring to watch.

Apparently, Martha AKA Stephanie Beacham is back in the show tonight.
 
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I’m really struggling at the moment with the amateur dramatics story arc involving Ken, Wendy, Mary and Brian.

I’m finding it painfully boring to watch.

Apparently, Martha AKA Stephanie Beacham is back in the show tonight.
Yes Stephanie appeared in tonight's episode. The only thing you can say is it is an easy watch, very watchable but for all the wrong reasons. :)
 

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I quite enjoyed tonight's, a good alternative to the football. The Leanne and Nick scenes were good and I quite liked Ken and Martha together again.
 
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