Spoilers Coronation Street – Eileen drops a bomb on Geoff


Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Coronation StreetEileen Grimshaw gives Tim Metcalfe food for thought on his evil father Geoff this evening (June 12).

Eileen (Sue Cleaver) reveals her true feelings about Geoff’s behavior as Tim confides in her in Street Cars.

Friday’s episode sees Tim (Joe Duttine) encouraging Geoff to leave number 4, following orders from his wife Sally.

Sally has made it clear that she no longer wants Geoff (Ian Bartholomew) to live under their roof because she no longer believes he is telling the truth about Yasmeen (Shelley King).

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Tim feels bad because he has to push Geoff to leave, especially since Geoff can immediately understand why.

Later, Tim goes to Eileen about the situation when they catch up with Street Cars, hoping to get support.

To Tim’s shock, he senses that Eileen is not on his side and asks him for an explanation.


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Eileen admits she’s not sure about Geoff, especially knowing that he locked Yasmeen in the magic box a few months ago.

Tim is amazed to realize that Sally and Alya aren’t the only ones who don’t believe Geoff is innocent. Is it time for him to face the truth?

Coronation Street broadcast this evening at 7:30 p.m. on ITV.

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