Tyrone Dobbs clutches his chest and drops to the floor
In tonight's first episode of Coronation Street (ITV, 7.30pm - see our TV Guide for listings) Fiz returns from visiting Gary and breaks the news to Tyrone Dobbs and Evelyn that he’s fuming and insists they find the £600 they’ve cost him in stolen stock.
As they continue to row over the stolen furniture, Tyrone suddenly grips his chest in agony and slumps to the floor, while Fiz screams at Evelyn to call an ambulance.
With Abi still expecting Kevin back from his camping trip with Jack she is none the wiser to his and Debbie’s fate. But when she hears Debbie was last seen going into the Bistro, she decides to pay her a visit about what has happened with Ray.
From inside the fridge, Kevin and Debbie hear a faint hammering on the bistro door. Kevin yells out for all he’s worth, but to no avail. Having found out from Chesney that Kevin never turned up at Jack’s camp, Abi starts to panic.
In the prison Johnny imagines he can see the cat again. Gary’s concerned for him but Johnny assures him he’s seeing the psychiatrist later.
The psychiatrist diagnoses Johnny with Charles Bonnet syndrome and assures him his condition is physical, not mental and if his medication works, the hallucinations will stop.
In the cafe, Billy reveals his plans for the church to Todd and explains how he hopes to improve disabled access and drag it into the 21st century. Todd suggests he should sell the church pews and replace them with folding chairs to provide a more flexible space.
Leanne’s about to book another session with Crystal Moon but when Simon appears, she quickly kills the call leaving him mildly suspicious.
Simon returns home later to find Leanne fast asleep clutching Oliver’s feather and Crystal Moon on the TV. He watches her with concern, his suspicions growing.
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