If she wasn’t enjoying it before, Ken, having to check in with you about it every time she’s read a sentence certainly didn’t help. How else do you explain Callum - a man who does not live in Weatherfield - being a member there?I speak for the nation’s women when I say I’m not complaining, mind.
Owen and Anna have the mother of all rows, each blaming the other for all of the disasters that have befallen their family.
As the row escalates, Anna finally snaps and tells Owen that she doesn’t love him any more.
Reeling, can a devastated Owen save his relationship? New Cold Anna gave him nothing, because New Cold Anna’s like that, see. And how good is that first beer in Portugal with Katy going to taste without the Owen and Anna have the mother of all rows, each blaming the other for all of the disasters that have befallen their family.
“I love you,” said an emotional Owen on his way out of the flat door. She just stares in the other direction while the bloke she loved enough to sleep with Officially Awful Phelan about ten minutes ago in order to save his skin walks out of her life forever. Questions like: Will he come back to say bye to Faye? As the row escalates, Anna finally snaps and tells Owen that she doesn’t love him any more.
Reeling, can a devastated Owen save his relationship? Because Carla Connor, purveyor of all that is red in the wine world, just walked away from a table in his restaurant and left half a glass undrunk.
And since she was drinking it with the owner (hello Nick and Carla!Loving this…), we can place bets that this was the Bistrot’s finest booze. If all great grandchildren could observe the rules on naming etiquette, thanks.“There’s nothing wrong with study notes,” he smirked at Audrey after following her round badgering about her book for weeks.In late 1918, after much service in the First World War, the two regiments gave up their horses and were re-roled as machine gun battalions, becoming the 1st and 2nd Battalions, Guards Machine Gun Regiment.They reverted to their previous names and roles after the end of the war.In 1992, as part of the Options for Change defence review, The Life Guards were joined together with the Blues and Royals in a 'Union' – not an amalgamation – forming the Household Cavalry Regiment (armoured reconnaissance) and the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (ceremonial duties).