Spoilers: Geoff orders Tim to murder him in horrific showdown in Corrie
Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholomew) made his presence felt in tonight’s first instalment of Coronation Street (November 4), as — after ruining Sally’s (Sally Dynevor) garden party — he begged son Tim (Joe Duttine) to kill him.
Debbie Webster (Sue Devaney) was on a mission to manipulate Sally into selling No. 4, and therefore she paid her former sister-in-law a visit in order to get the ball rolling.
She manipulated the situation, complimenting Sally on her new chiminea, suggesting that the impending arrival of Faye Windass’ (Ellie Leach) boyfriend was the perfect opportunity to christen such a thing.
Therefore, a garden party ensued. However, it was anything but a joyous occasion.
Yes, Geoff was determined to wreak havoc, and thus he interrupted the party, and played loud music at No. 6, all the while dancing!
In an effort to cause trouble, Debbie encouraged Tim not to stand for such a thing, and thus the young man drenched his dancing dad in water!
Delighted that her plan was taking form, Debbie then headed round to see Geoff, and manipulated him into taking action by informing him that Sally had been saying all sorts about him.
Therefore, the abuser invaded his son’s garden and smashed up Sally’s chiminea with a spade!
Tim berated him, but a fuming Geoff informed his son that he’d hurt him, and therefore he should finish the job by killing him.
The evil man then handed Tim the spade, ordering him to ‘do it’!
Will Tim kill Geoff?
Coronation Street continues Wednesday November 4 at 8:30pm on ITV.
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