Coronation Street’s Ryan Connor finds himself on the wrong side of the law as he gets caught up in a robbery scheme, while elsewhere Tim fears he could be running out of time
Fans of Coronation Street can anticipate a lot of turmoil in Weatherfield the following week.
Debbie Wester (Sue Devaney), the owner of the cafe, gives Ryan Connor (Ryan Prscott), the go-ahead to arrange a break-in so she may submit an insurance claim.
Ryan is upset when Debbie subsequently informs him that the heist has been called off.
In the middle of “Casino Night,” Ryan tells Debbie that he’s going to blow the fuse and take the money out of the safe.
The Bistro is abruptly enveloped in darkness. Debbie unwillingly aids Ryan’s dubious scheme.
Ryan stuffs the cash in his gym bag as the Bistro patrons stream into the Rovers, but Jane Danson’s Leanne Battersby appears.
Leanne flips the switch, and the lights turn back on while Ryan hides. Ryan emerges from his hiding place seeming to have just arrived while holding his bag of stolen money in his arms.
Leanne returns to the Rovers to inform the patrons that “Casino Night” has been reinstated.
Ryan assures Debbie that the cash is stashed in his bedroom.
Later, Leanne is horrified to discover all the money gone. Debbie orders Ryan to call the police.
Craig Tinker (Colson Smith) questions Debbie, Leanne and Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) about the break-in then calls in to the Rovers and questions Ryan.
Ed Bailey (Trevor Michael Georges) reveals that the CCTV has a back-up circuit and won’t have been affected by the power cut. Leanne, Nick, Debbie and Ronnie watch as Craig presses play on the CCTV.
They can see that Ryan committed the crime. Ryan gets detained on theft-related charges.
Later, Debbie is accused of arranging an insurance scam by Ronnie Bailey (Vinta Morgan).
Will Ronnie accept Debbie’s denials when she lies? Police question Ryan during the interview.
What will Debbie do when Ryan phones her from the police station and threatens to throw her in it? Ryan is aware that he has nothing left.
At No. 4, Sally Metcalfe (Sally Dynevor) learns that Joe Duttine (Tim Metcalfe) has been browsing pornographic websites.
Tim is required by Sally to go the “Casino Night” by himself.
He comes home to see a message from Sally informing him that she has prepared the spare bed for him.
Tim tries to reconcile with Sally, but she accuses him of excluding her and recommends they take a break.
He urges Sally to remain hopeful for him. Tim confides his anxieties to Aggie Bailey (Lorna Laidlaw) at Victoria Garden, and she encourages him to talk to Sally about them.
Tim tells Sally about his dread of passing away when he gets home.
Tim neglects to bring up Aggie, leaving Sally wondering what ultimately made him realize this.
Stu is embarrassed to see himself prominently featured in the Gazette article. Later, when Stu runs into his ex-wife Lucy at Speed Daal, he is shocked.
Lucy gives Stu the go-ahead to avoid Bridget while revealing a shocking fact about Stu’s past.
Stu insists on his innocence as Lucy exits. He is asked to leave the restaurant by Yasmeen. What says Lucy as Yasmeen catches up with her in Victoria Garden?
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