Why Corrie & Emmerdale Are Ahead of EastEnders

I had plans to write a few EastEnders (EE) posts this week. It’s one of my favorite Brit Soap Operas, so I tend to write about it more often. I also watch Coronation Street (Corrie), Hollyoaks, and Emmerdale. However, after watching Corrie’s three episodes this week (070518 and 110518), I had to change my posts.

I was going to write about Sharon Mitchell (Letitia Dean), and whether we should see her as a comedienne or as a serious moll to Phil Mitchell’s (Steven McFadden) hard man. Then you have the Carters and the Queen Vic. I was ready to give my reasons about why the Vic needed a new landlord/landlady and a new atmosphere.

Finally, I’m enjoying the Max and Rainie Branning (Jake T. Wood and Tanya Franks) storyline. I was ready to label them the “King and Queen of Walford” over Sharon and Phil. However, I decided to put these posts aside. Once I watched and experienced Aidan’s Suicide Storyline on Corrie, these the EE storylines and posts didn’t matter.

Emmerdale’s Charity Dingle and Ross Barton storylines are also far ahead. I’m focusing on Corrie because it had such an emotional impact on me this week.

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Coronation Street: Cocoa, and Causal Relationships

But this is not a causal relationship as you suggest it is. (Roy Cropper) Yes it is. Would we be having this argument if you hadn’t stirred the cocoa with a knife? (Brian Packham)

I never expected to hear the words “causal relationships” and “cocoa” in the same sentence. Yet, Corrie’s Roy Cropper and Brian Packham pulled it off seamlessly in the May 26th episode. Continue reading “Coronation Street: Cocoa, and Causal Relationships”

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