Coronation Street spoilers: Shots fired in Bistro siege, Sean faces danger
Two gunmen cause trouble on the Cobbles
It’s all turning nasty at the Bistro on Coronation Street next week thanks to an armed showdown that puts Ryan and Sam in danger.
Plus, Sean looks to be journeying into peril when he plans a minibreak with Laurence, while Stephen’s underhanded tactics at the factory may well end up backfiring.
Read on for all the Coronation Street spoilers you need for 6-10 February 2023.
Siege at the Bistro
Nick calls Damon with the news that the drugs have been delivered and is told that they’ll be picked up the following day. But what no one is expecting is for two masked men to enter the Bistro and point a gun at Ryan, demanding to know where the stash is.
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As Ryan stands there terrified, Sam dives under a table and calls Nick. But as his dad answers, a gunshot is heard. Nick, Leanne and Damon then race over and overpower the assailants. But the two guys escape, and Nick is left looking on anxiously as a police handler arrives with a sniffer dog.
Thankfully, the search doesn’t yield results, while the following day, two men suspected of being the gunmen are arrested. Nick then issues Damon with an ultimatum: either he picks up the drugs or they’ll get flushed down the toilet. But just as Damon is placing his holdall of Class As in the boot of his car, in swoop the police to arrest him too. And as Nick watches on from the balcony of the flat, Damon looks up at him, an expression of fury on his face…
Is Sean in big danger?
A taxi driver ferrying Todd back to the Street recognises Laurence and issues a warning about him needing to watch his back.
Worried about what the guy meant, Todd tells Sean, who grabs Todd’s phone, finds the taxi app and shows Laurence a picture of Mitch the cabbie. Laurence then claims not to know him, but Eileen subsequently finds a picture online of Laurence and his wife with her arm around Mitch.
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Sean, though, insists that they’re wrong about Laurence and, what’s more, he’s booked them a minibreak. But Todd is set to track down Mitch, who reveals how he and Laurence once had an affair… and that when Laurence’s wife fell down the mountain, he suspected him of pushing her.
After Sean learns of this, as well as the fact that the upcoming minibreak involves mountains, he’s left hiding his unease. Just how much danger is Sean walking into?
Double dealing at the factory
Beth is doing some covert after-hours stitching at the factory for Sarah, Michael and Stephen. And when the samples are finished, Rufus from Donahues is soon showing interest. But when Carla makes an unexpected return, Stephen quickly steers Rufus away.
Stephen then makes out that Carla is his PA, while Rufus announces that he’d like exclusive rights to the product. Mission successful…or is it? Because when Peter then gives Rufus a lift in his taxi, he discovers all about the deal. So will word now get back to Carla about what’s been going on under her nose?
Bernie’s hole in one
Bernie vents her anger after hearing from Chesney that Dev let her win at golf. But Dev soon admits that she was terrific and the team would be lucky to have her.
After another trip to the range, Bernie reveals that the Ladies’ Captain reckons they’ll waive the membership for her, while Asha tells Dev that he should be proud of Bernie’s golfing skills rather than jealous.
Roy’s new addiction
Roy is continually checking his phone for updates on the roman fort excavation, and noticing his itchy fingers, Carla comments to Nina that she thinks he’s fast becoming inseparable from his mobile.
After he continually taps away throughout the week, Roy is eventually challenged by Nina to work the rest of his shift without looking at his smartphone. But can he manage it?
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