Will Paul Foreman turn down Ed’s offer?
In tonight's first episode of Coronation Street (ITV, 7.30pm - see our TV Guide for listings) Billy and Todd discuss the sale of the church pews in the cafe.
Paul Foreman spots them looking cosy and tells Todd that there’s clearly still a spark between him and Billy. He also announces he’s going to quit his job as he can’t handle working with him, leaving Todd shocked.
When Ed hears that Paul’s looking for work, he reveals that he’s got the contract to convert the archdeacon’s house into a halfway house and he’s looking for labourers. Will Paul accept?
In the fridge, Kevin drags Debbie to her feet and insists they must try and keep moving. A worried Abi confides in Seb that it would seem Ray signed everything over to Debbie who’s subsequently disappeared along with Kevin.
Kevin begs Debbie to stay awake, but it’s too late as she slips into unconsciousness. Determined to track down Kevin and Debbie, Abi enlists Faye’s help and together they access the bistro computer looking for clues.
The hypothermia taking hold, Kevin also slips into unconsciousness. Hearing a noise coming from the fridge, Abi and Faye realise with horror that there’s someone in there.
Leanne admits to Simon that her grief for Oliver is getting worse, not better. Jacob offers Simon another job delivering drugs and Simon reluctantly promises to think about it.
As Michael researches alternative birthing methods, it’s clear that his enthusiasm is wearing thin with Grace.
Elsewhere, having bought himself a yoga mat, Tyrone tells Fiz that he’s booked some lessons in a bid to improve his health. But instead of offering her support, Fiz rails at him for wasting money.
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