Coronation Street spoilers: Stephen ‘exposed’, Ryan prison exit twist and overdose fears
Ryan Connor (Ryan Prescott) of Coronation Street will learn his fate the following week after his insurance scam plot went horribly wrong.
In subsequent scenes, he is accused and told to appear in magistrates’ court.
Colson Smith’s portrayal of Craig Tinker affirms that the CCTV footage is strong evidence against him.
Ryan suggests that they fabricate bogus CCTV footage of a masked gunman compelling him to rob the Bistro, as Debbie Webster (Sue Devaney) is doing.
Debbie, though, is uncooperative. Later, Ryan is observed by Ronnie Bailey (Vinta Morgan) attempting to repair the Bistro camera by himself.
Ryan is counseled by Ronnie to accept his penalty, and Ronnie subsequently stands by Ryan in court.
Ryan is awaiting sentencing as the district judge accepts his guilty plea.
In another instance, Audrey Roberts (Sue Nicholls) maintains that she simply misjudged her sleeping tablets the previous week and doesn’t require therapy during a follow-up consultation with Dr. Gaddas.
Instead, Dr. Gaddas advises taking a course of antidepressants.
Rita Sullivan (Barbara Knox) and Stephen Reid (Todd Boyce) decide to plan a treat for mother Audrey after Stephen expresses his worry about her.
To cheer up Audrey at Debbie’s hotel, Rita enlists Roy Cropper (David Neilson) and Ken Barlow (Bill Roache) to join their luxurious afternoon tea.
Stephen gets a call from the hotel about the down payment for afternoon tea while he is in the cafe.
His card gets rejected in front of Sarah Platt (Tina O’Brien) and Shona. As Stephen shouts over his Italian bank’s phone, they find it amusing.
At No. 8, Stephen uses a card in Mrs. Gabrielle Reid’s name to pay the deposit over the phone.
Additionally, George Shuttleworth (Tony Maudsley) is shocked to see Laurence loitering outside the morgue.
Sean Tully (Antony Cotton) is told by George that he has secured a date for them with Laurence.
Jodie Prenger’s Glenda Shuttleworth and Patti Clare’s Mary Taylor are overjoyed, but Liam McCheyne’s Dylan Wilson believes he cannot possibly be worse than Frank (Simon O’Brien).
Sean tells Eileen Grimshaw (Sue Cleaver), Mary, and Glenda that he’s putting Dylan first by swearing off men as Laurence waits in the restaurant.
Dylan requests that his father meet Laurence. Sean and Laurence enjoy their famous rapport over cocktails in the cafe.