Someone pass us the sick bag...
Coronation Street fans were far from impressed with Aggie Bailey's culinary delights tonight.
Viewers watched Michael Bailey struggling with his broken heart after the mother of his child, Grace, turned down his advances on Wednesday night.
The Underworld worker was hoping that he and Grace could rekindle their romance, despite mum Aggie being against the whole thing.
However, it wasn't to be, and Grace turned him down.
Michael's left heartbroken
But Michael took the knock back badly and blamed his mum for meddling in his relationship... and today saw the pair at war.
But while Michael just needed time to get over his hurt, Aggie took it upon herself to help.
She turned up at the factory with lunch for her son, deciding that some good homemade food would make things better.
Aggie's sandwich shocker
But what Michael wasnt prepared for was one of his mum's bizarre concoctions - this time getting a kiwi, houmus and salami sandwich.
Michael wasn't impressed with the disgusting sandwich filling, and neither were the viewers...
But while Michael might have turned his nose up at Aggie's peace offering, Kirk was lurking in the background, looking for some lunch.
As Michael tried to get his mum to leave, Kirk swooped in and took the sandwich, telling Beth that he has missed Aggie's culinary delights since she left her job at Roy's Rolls.
With Aggie firmly in Michael's bad books, will she manage to make amends with her son?
Grace is adamant that her and Michael should just be friends because of Aggie's meddling... but could Aggie be the one to change her mind and let Grace, Tiana and Michael be a family?
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