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Wow, Corrie You Played A Blinder

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Bobbisox1 | 20:32 Fri 25th Oct 2019 | Media & TV
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What an emotional episode tonight’s was, very well acted by everyone in the cast,I blubbed through most of it

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The episode was about so much more than Sinead's death. It was about love/loss; those we leave behind; worry about the future; making peace with others and ourselves; kindness and compassion; taking comfort in the small moments and simple things of life; coping and 'keeping on'; the importance of forgiveness and telling those that we love that we *do* love...
11:35 Sat 26th Oct 2019
Excellent acting. They both deserve an award.
They both played an absolute blinder ! I was gripped and literally cried throughout and yes it reminded me of my Mum's deathbed and the terrible grief I felt, but I think crying is a much needed release at times. The way this has been played, not only do Daniel and Sinead deserve awards, but the whole Street does. I agree about the incident with Bethany, no need for it in my opinion and yes, she is leaving.
The people who enjoyed this are the same people who gather around an Ambulance and rubber neck at road accidents.
This is not entertainment.
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AOG, I’ve never done that in my life haha
But obviously you watched it to make such a bold assumption?
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rubbernecking as you put is part of the human trait,god forbid the day when at accident know cares to look or stop and just drive on
AOG, I can distinguish between a fictional drama and a real life tragedy. I have NEVER rubber knecked and cannot understand those that do. Not only do I respect the privacy of the people involved I really do not want to scenes that I could never forget.

Lucy Fallon who plays Bethany is leaving next year with no work lined up:
https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/coronation-street/a29589001/coronation-street-lucy-fallon-bethany-platt-scary/
derek, there is a huge difference between being early at a scene and stopping to help and rubbernecking when the emergency services are in attendance. Rubberneckers cause more accidents!
This is an instance of rubbernecking at its worst:
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/585880/M25-crash-rubbernecking-drivers-prosecuted
yeh i know there's a difference im not thick !
Well you clearly didn't understand the difference between stopping to help and rubbernecking.
Bobbysox1

/// AOG, I’ve never done that in my life haha
But obviously you watched it to make such a bold assumption? ///

No I did not watch it but I have seen it advertised and the story line has been broadcast for a number of weeks now.
Hc. I agree with you, but watching a long protracted episode of someone dying isn't really necessary. It was too drawn out. It was well acted, I love a good drama, can live with all events, but I have watched real life drawn out deaths several times and don't want to be reminded. And if girls are going to have checks because of this story, then that's good. But that episode at that length was far too much, in my opinion, and would just frighten girls who may even not want to go for checks because of the feared outcome.

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AOG fair enough but not everyone stops and stares at an accident and that aside, some good has come out of it , now young women are going to get checked for cervical cancer, Cancer UK has endorsed the way the programme has handled this
The episode was about so much more than Sinead's death.
It was about love/loss; those we leave behind; worry about the future; making peace with others and ourselves; kindness and compassion; taking comfort in the small moments and simple things of life; coping and 'keeping on'; the importance of forgiveness and telling those that we love that we *do* love them and not just expecting them to know; that death and the manner of our departure, whilst tragic, does not have to be frightening.

And if the message goes out that people should be more aware of any changes in their bodies, to delay getting a diagnosis or treatment out of fear will always be the worst option.
I blubbed too but knew I would, excellent acting
sob sob
Haven't watch Corrie for over a year now but saw the episode on catch up.

And yes, I did shed a few tears :o(

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