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Coronation Street August 12 - 16

1 of 3 Tina takes her frustrations on on Tracy
Tina takes her frustrations on on Tracy
2 of 3 Nick's family gather at the hospital
Nick's family gather at the hospital
3 of 3 Craig makes a confession to Karl
Craig makes a confession to Karl

This week on the street Tina puts on a brave face as the Windasses host Jake’s homecoming party at the Rovers but when she holds the baby for the first time since leaving the hospital all her memories come flooding back. As Owen then makes a poignant speech, thanking Tina for carrying the child, her heart breaks. Finally losing her cool Tina has a vicious row with a mocking Tracy before grabbing a bottle and heading off into the night intent on self-destruction.

Alone on the Red Rec Tina drinks in a bid to blot out the pain. Tommy meanwhile is blaming himself, Tina only got into this to pay his debts and it’s destroyed her. Determined to find Tina, Rita heads to the Red Rec where she’s been spotted. But by the time she arrives Tina’s thought better of drinking herself stupid and headed home. But as a relieved Tommy and Dennis comfort Tina where is Rita?

Meanwhile alone at Nick’s bedside David’s sick with remorse and begging Nick not to die he vows to confess. But as Kylie tells David how much she loves him will he be able to bring himself to reveal the truth about Nick’s accident?

And Beth’s upset thinking that Craig’s turmoil is over his absentee father and explains his dad was an alcoholic and ran away the moment he found out she was pregnant. Feeling guilty about lying to his mum Craig rushes off. It’s Karl who finds him crying in the backyard of the Rovers but when he asks him what’s wrong Karl’s floored by his response - he burnt down the pub when he threw away a cigarette that night because he saw Karl coming out! Knowing this not to be true how will Karl handle Craig?

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