Evelyn Plummer (Maureen Lipman) was scared at the beginning of this week’s Coronation Street when she discovered that a wicked bandit was holding her captive in the neighborhood shop.
Terry attempted to exact revenge on Evelyn for stealing his van’s dog. The adored heroine, who has a deep affection for canines, removed the helpless puppy from Terry’s van and, with the animal by her side, returned to the cobblestones.
Terry trapped himself and Evelyn inside Dev’s (Jimmi Harkishin) shop on Monday, December 11, and demanded that she give his puppy back.
Luckily, Evelyn managed to escape Terry’s hold and open the door, allowing Dev and Gary (Mikey North) to get inside.
Tyrone (Alan Halsall) informed Evelyn that night that it would be a mistake to report Terry to the police since his actions would only worsen.
Tyrone encountered Terry once again in tonight’s (December 13) episode of the ITV soap opera.
The irate guy threatened to call the police if Taylor the dog wasn’t returned by six o’clock that evening.
Tyrone was alarmed by this as he knew Terry’s dog was at a rescue facility.
When Evelyn got home and saw the update, she told Ty to go to the center and pick up the puppy. Despite her wounded heart, she assured Tyrone and Cassie (Claire Sweeney) that she would always put her grandson’s safety ahead of her own.
Thankfully, Tyrone made an early return home at that point.
He reported Taylor to the police and informed Cassie and Evelyn that he couldn’t allow him to go back to Terry.
Tyrone found out that Terry had been taken into custody that evening.
Although it was a start in the right direction, Tyrone and Evelyn were worried about what may come next. Will Terry suffer the consequences?
Or, as Cassie predicted, would he fabricate a tale to suit his needs?
Evelyn and Cassie will learn later in the plot that Terry has been operating a puppy farm out of his house.
Coronation Street and the RSPCA are collaborating to guarantee the authenticity of this plot.
Herchy Boal, their performing animal welfare specialist and inspector, was on set constantly to monitor the well-being of the dogs being filmed.
“It was vitally essential to us to engage with the RSPCA on this plot,” said showrunner Iain MacLeod, “both in terms of the health of the animals on set during production and the veracity of the on-screen narrative.” As all of our behind-the-scenes video demonstrates, the actors’ dog co-stars had a great time, which was just as crucial as telling a truly meaningful narrative.