It’s set to be another dramatic week ahead on Coronation Street, with a huge fire set to rock the cobbles.
Will everyone escape unhurt as flames engulf Peter Barlow’s boat? And where will the finger of blame be pointing?
There are also plenty more relationship dramas for the residents of Weatherfield, and the usual mix of bitter recriminations, betrayals and lies.
Here’s your episode-by-episode guide to the week ahead on Corrie.
Monday 11th February, 7.30pm and 8.30pm
It’s not plain sailing for Abi and Peter
After their brief encounter, a loved Abi has spent the night at number 4 and is clearly hoping for more from Peter Barlow. But when Peter tells her that Nick and Gail want the boat moving and a mate has offered him a sailing gig in Kefalonia in a fortnight and he’s going to accept, she is gutted.
Upset at his plans to take off, Abi hits the bottle and lashes out at Carla for keeping Peter dangling and unable to move on. Seeing how upset she is, Peter suggests she could go with him.
Roy is losing sleep
Carla is shocked to find Roy sleepwalking in the street and advises him to go and talk to someone as clearly his mum’s death has brought this on.
Later, Carla despairs to find Roy pouring over the inscription on his mother’s ring yet again. Carla enlists Brian’s help in a bid to unravel the mystery of Roy’s mother’s ring.
Wednesday 13th February, 7.30pm and 8.30pm
Rocking the boat…
Simon is furious at his dad Peter for taking Abi sailing, causing Peter to say he can come instead as Abi “means nothing to him”. But Seb overhears and heads off to tell his mum Abi.
A furious Abi lashes out at Peter for his treatment of her and heads off to get drunk. Peter tries to reason with her that alcohol isn’t the answer but she gives him short shrift.
Meanwhile in the boat Simon is showing Aadi and Asha around using a hurricane lamp he has lit. Leaving Simon on the boat, Aadi and Asha extinguish the lamp and go home. But in the darkness someone knocks over the lamp and the smouldering wick ignites.
A crowd gathers round the burning boat as Aadi and Asha tell Peter that Simon is still on board. Will he rescue him in time?
Furious Peter goes in search of Abi certain she started the fire as a drunken act of revenge.
Shona faces consequences
Shona gets a call to say her killer son Clayton has been beaten up in prison and rushes to the hospital. Meanwhile David starts smashing mirrors then corners Nick in the barber shop and demands to know exactly what is going on.
Later, when Clayton tells her that he wishes she’d died rather than his Dad, Shona is crushed. Having forced the information from Nick, David confronts Shona wanting to know why Clayton was beaten up. Shona plays it down and keeps schtum about the drugs.
Friday 15th February, 7.30pm and 8.30pm
What is Amy hiding?
When Tracy quizzes Amy about her 12 week scan, Amy lies making out she’s heard nothing from the hospital.
Despite her morning sickness, Amy sets off to school. Having searched Amy’s room, Tracy finds a letter from the hospital and realises Amy’s been lying to them. Steve and Tracy show Amy the letter and assure her they’ll support her whatever she decides to do, but they’re interrupted by the arrival of Vicky.
Amy is horrified when Vicky says Tyler is sorry for the way he behaved and wants to be part of the baby’s life. Steve and Tracy take Amy for dinner at the Bistro and are disgusted to find Tyler working there.
Trouble at sea for Carla
Abi arrives back from a night out and angrily denies any part in the boat fire. Peter is still disbelieving and asks Carla to check the CCTV from the factory to see if it throws up any clues.
When the police arrive to check the CCTV footage Sarah is surprised to see the past few days footage have been deleted. Is Carla hiding anything?
When Peter hears from Sally that the CCTV footage has been deleted and Cathy confirms he saw Abi across town at the time the fire started Peter decides Carla has some explaining to do. He storms round to Roy’s flat and accuses her of setting fire to the boat. Carla denies any involvement and Roy leaps to her defence.