With Valentine’s Day approaching, loving couples are getting ready for a romantic night out.
But love is not in the air in Weatherfield. Watch all Monday dramas Opening the street.
1. Amy gets a spike
So when her new boyfriend Jacob Hay (Jack James Ryan) suggests they go to a nightclub with her friends after the Lovers’ Dance, Amy is ready for a night of partying.
But the evening turns to horror when Amy not only hits the club, she also falls to the floor.
Feeling increasingly anxious upon arrival, she suddenly collapsed as Jacob yelled at Asha, Aadi and Summer to call an ambulance.
Jacob does whatever he can to help her and put her in side security.
Then he doubted that her drink has skyrocketed.
Hospital reports continue to reveal that Jacob is on the right track – Amy was the target of a spike when traces of GHB were found during blood tests.
Jacob’s efforts are far from counted as in Steve McDonald’s (Simon Gregson) eyes, he is the only one who can be blamed for the incident.
He orders the young criminal to stay away from his daughter, shocked at her seemingly lifeless body.
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This prompts Jacob to tell Steve that he and Amy are together.
Tensions arose between the two, but Amy was able to stabilize after Jacob’s quick response, according to a nurse.
Before Amy left for the club, she was asked to leave the dance with her friends when teacher Daniel Osbourne realized they were all drunk.
This means she was beaten before arriving at the club, which can be confirmed by a key witness of the scene.
While the police are investigating, little do they know that Max Turner (Paddy Bever) has… a shockingly nasty video for them.
2. Adam abandoned Sarah
In the Underworld factory, PA receives a call from her attorney husband Adam Barlow (Sam Robertson).
He informs her that he has to cancel their Valentine’s Day, leaving her alone and fuming about what should have been one of the most romantic nights of her life.
Adam has other priorities in his plan, involving an evening with a client, whom he is later seen leading to a hotel restaurant.
Meanwhile, Sarah parks with Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) and Carla Connor (Alison King) in Rovers, lamenting her ruined Valentine’s Day.
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To add salt to the wound, it seems her colleague Lydia Chambers (Rebecca Ryan) has more luck in love than she does, even though she has a family.
While at the factory, Lydia showed off the sexy lingerie she received.
She realizes the gift is from her ex and claims that she is confused by all his mixed messages.
But this is possible is another ruse to tear the couple apart?
ITV viewers know it Lydia conspired making life difficult for Adam and Sarah, lurking in the dark.
3. Sally feels abandoned
But while the duo plays a happy family, Tim’s wife Sally (Sally Dynevor) increasingly feel left out.
So Sally was hoping that the romance might make a comeback for Valentine’s Day.
However, when she suggested to Tim that they had a naughty game between the landlord and the tenant, Elaine burst her bubble.
She points out that her son needs time to relax and any sexual activity should be phased out in the meantime.
Sally’s romantic evening is thrown out the window and she is furious.
Can she be brought in to pack up and leave Weatherfield altogether?
Dang Quang Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 19:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on ITV.
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