As Stu Carpenter reunites with his daughter Bridget this week, the truth is gradually coming to light.
However, the formerly homeless man is hesitant to tell Yasmeen Nazir everything. Learn more about all the drama on Coronation Street.
1. Stu hides a dark secret
Actor Bill Fellows has issued a warning to all ITV viewers: Stu Carpenter is undoubtedly holding back information that could utterly shock them.
Yasmeen Nazir (played by Shelley King) decides to bring them together this week, but Stu is enraged and chastises her for interfering.
Given that he kept sending gifts to Bridget’s old address, he is not happy to learn that she has even discovered her new address.
Stu grudgingly accepts when Kelly Neelan intervenes and encourages him to give it a shot.
He knocks on Bridget’s door when he gets there, but she quickly becomes alarmed and tells him to go.
Stu, who is devastated, begs her to listen to him out and says that he has never mistreated anyone, but what is he alluding about?
Does he intend to inform Yasmeen of the failed reunion?
2. Jack gets bullied
While everything is happening, Kevin can’t help but feel pressurized as his wife Abi gets ready to return to the cobbles with their son Alfie.
His son Jack (Kyran Bowes), who is experiencing academic difficulties, just makes the situation worse.
Tyrone Dobbs informs Kevin that Stephen Reid’s (Todd Boyce) Jaguar needs to be serviced before Kevin can attend Jack’s end-of-year presentation.
Due to the fact that both of Jack’s fathers are mechanics and that he was initially mistakenly identified as Tyrone’s child, he is referred to as “Spanner” in class.
Jack punches Nathan in retaliation, and his father Kevin receives a call from the school informing him of the altercation.
The eleven-year-old describes how Nathan made fun of him after learning that Tyrone had at first mistaken him for his father.
To his colleague’s relief, Kevin’s apprentice Aaron steps in for him and fixes Stephen’s car knowing that he has a lot on his plate.
A row between Kevin and Jack ensues at No.13 and the young boy admits he’s not looking forward to Abi’s return as he feels neglected.
Later on, when Chloe, the social worker, pays them a visit to question Kevin about Abi and Alfie, Jack is grumpy to see Kevin trying to impress her.
But Kevin soon gives in to the pressure.
3. Kevin smashes up a car
After Aaron completes the job, Stephen goes to the garage to pick up his car because it is supposedly fixed and ready.
But he soon comes back fuming when the vehicle breaks down.
Unfortunately, young Aaron rushes to answer a call and leaves Kevin to handle Stephen.
However, as he begins working on the automobile, Jack and then Abi phone, and Stephen threatens to leave.
In a fit of irrational rage, Kevin loses his cool and begins destroying Stephen’s car with a wrench.
Kevin can’t bring himself to tell Abi (Sally Carman) about the recent events and hides his anxiety when she calls at No. 13 while throwing her arms around him and expressing how much she is looking forward to returning home.
He cannot, however, run away from the repercussions of his actions.
Two police officers arrive at the door just as he is getting ready for Abi’s welcome back.
4. Debbie launches a plan
Debbie Webster has two weeks to give the Baileys £30,000 in restitution for Ed’s electrocution elsewhere in the cobbles.
But Sue Devaney’s character, a businesswoman, is having trouble getting her hands on the cash.
She discusses her difficulties finding the money with Ronnie, Ed’s brother and her partner.
Ronnie suggests she should to themed nights at the Bistro, prompting her to put up posters for “Psychic Night” and “Casino Night.”
But Jane Danson’s portrayal of Leanne Battersby, who disapproves, observes.
Leanne concerns that Debbie and Ronnie are defrauding helpless people of their hard-earned money as they prepare for “Psychic Night” later.
Then Debbie tells Ronnie the full nature of her financial problems and says she only has two choices: file for bankruptcy or work as an insurance agent.
However, Ronnie is still upbeat; reassure her that it won’t ever get that bad.
Debbie immediately finds inspiration from Ryan Connor (Ryan Prescott) to develop a strategy.
Ryan informs the psychic during “Psychic Night” that he is drowning in debt.
How will Debbie respond?
5. Aaron drops a bombshell on Summer
Summer Spellman (Harriet Bibby), who cheated on her exams in an effort to gain admission to Oxford, makes a significant decision regarding her future.
She first informs a disappointed Billy that she will not be attending college and that she is getting ready to look for employment.
Jacob Hay pledges to advocate for her at the Underworld manufacturing facility.
Summer is given an interview, and Carla Connor quickly hires her as a PA.
As Beth Tinker makes crude comments and Sally Metcalfe (Sally Dynevor) tries her best to put Summer at ease, she begins working at the factory feeling uneasy.
Even though everything appears to be going well, she is taken aback when her new love interest Aaron (James Craven) informs her that he was jumped on while returning home.
Summer is speechless when Aaron shows her his bumps.
Could this be connected to the enigmatic phone call he got in the garage?
6. Audrey has an overdose
Recent episodes of the ITV soap opera featured the hospitalization of Audrey Roberts (Sue Nicholls).
Viewers will eventually understand why her health was in danger in the first place this coming week.
Stephen Reid returns to the Cobbles to see his mother after having recently left because of Sarah and David’s dislike of him.
This will undoubtedly be helpful for Audrey because, despite what everyone else thinks, it’s obvious that she may be feeling worse than she had anticipated.
The hospital psychiatry liaison officer Becky stops by the hair salon next.
Becky discovers Audrey has taken too many sleeping pills by gently interrogating Audrey.
After leaving the hospital, Audrey is relieved to hear from her son Stephen by phone, telling her that he has returned to the cobbles.
The rest of Audrey’s family, meanwhile, is still in the dark about what she has been through.
This quickly changes as Sarah, Audrey’s granddaughter (played by Tina O’Brien) in the Rovers, expresses concern after Ed Bailey admits he saw Audrey in the hospital.
Later images at the Bistro show an embarrassed Audrey telling her grandson Nick (Ben Price) that she is sorry for upsetting everyone because she knows they were only trying to do them good.
She then acknowledges that she has no desire to reopen her hair salon.
What is happening to Audrey?
7. Sally is disturbed by Tim’s behaviour
Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine) and his wife Sally from Weatherfield have faced numerous challenges lately.
But this week is expected to bring more tense situations.
After enduring yet another night of her husband’s tossing and turning, Sally wakes up fatigued.
However, the cab driver has an idea for how she can get even the next day.
Tim offers to accompany his wife to the Bistro’s Casino Night and proposes dressing up for the occasion.
Will everything go as planned?