Corrie: Jane Danson says Roy Cropper is 'reasonably okay'
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Monday’s double bill of Coronation Street saw Roy Cropper (played by David Nielsen) horrified when he learnt Abi Franklin (Sally Carman) was carrying a gun and prepared to shoot Corey Brent in revenge for killing her son. It was Nina Lucas (Mollie Gallagher) who alerted her uncle to what was going on and he rushed off to tell the police after hearing a gun shot. But with the ground beneath the cobbles opening up, Roy could find himself in the Victorian sewers with Abi and Corey – will he survive?
The fate of several Weatherfield residents is up in the air with Abi and Corey currently in a sewer while Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson) came face to face with dangerous drug lord Harvey (Will Mellor).
Teasing the upcoming scenes, which could see more than one casualty, actress Jane spoke to Lorraine Kelly about what’s in store.
Lorraine began: “Can I say, I draw the line if anything happens to Roy.
“I will fall out with Coronation Street forever. Roy is a national treasure, there should be statues to this man.
“He cannot in any way be in danger, no, I couldn’t cope.
“With everything else, nope, it would tip me over the edge.”
“I don’t think anyone could cope if we lost Roy,” Jane replied.
“I don’t know how much I’m allowed to say but I’d say Roy is reasonable okay.”
Lorraine laughed: “Right, that makes me feel ever so slightly better.”
Official soap spoilers appear to hint Roy will at least survive the tragedy in store this week.
However, he will be left feeling uneasy about what happens as spoilers revealed Roy’s conscience starts to cause him problems.
Could he regret decisions he makes when he tries to stop Abi from killing Corey?
Could Roy even intervene and end up stopping Corey from hurting Abi? As a result, the cafe owner could end up harming the aspiring footballer himself.
Elsewhere in the street, the residents will be left reeling from the traumatic events when David (Jack P Shepherd) is told if he had the sinkhole repaired sooner, the catastrophe of the previous evening would never have happened.
Furious residents confront David over the sinkhole demanding answers.
He is then forced to admit had they had the repairs done sooner, none of it would have happened.
Will David be cast out as the residents turn against him?
With at least one major death set to take place, David could even face legal action against him.
Who will die and how will those who survive cope after the traumatic events?
Coronation Street airs tonight on ITV at 7.30pm and 8.30pm.
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