Stephen and Jenny in Corrie exit twist amid police drama

Jenny Connor (Sally Ann Matthews) was left wondering if there’s anything to keep her in Coronation Street now the Rovers Return has closed.

The beloved character was given news this week that the establishment would shut for refurbishments and staff contractions would end immediately.

At a dead end, Jenny and the gang decided to invite the locals and drink the place dry. Judging by Glenda’s (Jodie Prenger) state in Wednesday’s (September 27) episode, it was a very enjoyable evening, but Jenny faced the consequences of getting rid of most of the stock tonight.

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As the staff left the premises, Gemma (Dolly-Rose Campbell) revealed that she had been thinking about applying for the deputy manager role.

During a chat with Jenny, Gemma suggested that she could go for the role and if she was accepted, the whole entire team could return which would keep some things the same.

With that, Jenny edited her CV and organised a meeting with the Waterford’s manager.

Sadly, the manager said to Jenny that because of her recent actions, she wouldn’t be employed and if she or any of her team were to set foot on the premises again, the police would be called.

Jenny then faced facts. Without the pub, she actually doesn’t have a reason to stay in Weatherfield, given Daisy (Charlotte Jordan) is busy building her own life with Daniel (Rob Mallard).

She then sat down with Stephen (Todd Boyce) and admitted that she likes the idea of moving to Thailand after all.

The couple smiled but for Stephen it represented relief – if he can get to Thailand, he increases the chance of not being arrested for Leo, Teddy and Rufus’s murders.

But will he actually be successful in his escape plan?

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