Coronation Street spoilers as Rovers Return in sudden close, Ryan's left mortified and Paul says goodbye with fisticuffs
19.09.2023 - 06:27
The Rovers Return has been involved in a bit of a rollercoaster ride of late after Jenny Connor was forced to sell as the cost of living crisis bit the Weatherfield institution. But the beloved pub faces a sudden closure next week in Coronation Street, however, it's not what it seems.
The week starts with viewers seeing Jenny, quite understandably, deeply upset about the murder of her ex-boyfriend Leo Thompkins - not knowing her new love interest Stephen Reid is the murderer. The news leaves the landlady wondering if she should pay Teddy a visit.
Stephen tries to quash the idea but Jenny confides in Glenda Shuttleworth that she’s worried about Teddy as he must be grief-stricken and it seems odd that he’s not been in touch regarding Leo’s funeral. Jenny calls at the police station and voices her concerns to Craig Tinker.
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Trying to get away from the situation, Stephen tells Jenny that he wants to take her on holiday to Thailand to get away from everything. But when the Waterford's manager arrives to break the news that they’re closing the Rovers for an extensive refurbishment and their contracts have been terminated with immediate effect Jenny and the staff are thrown into a spin.
Once again, questions will hang over whether they can they save the beloved boozer. Adam Barlow insists there’s a case for unfair dismissal but when DS Swain calls to tell Jenny they now have proof that neither Leo nor Teddy visited Canada her mind goes elsewhere.
As Jenny argues that Teddy contacted Stephen from Canada, Stephen inwardly panics. Meanwhile, Jenny and
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