EAMONN Holmes speculated transient Coronation Street crook Rob Donovan shoved Ken Barlow down the stairs after he was detected hiding in his gangling bedroom.
Acting like his famous namesake Sherlock, the This Morning horde put his speculation to actor Mark Baylis, who dumbfounded fans on Wednesday night when he returned after being jailed for murdering Tina McIntyre (Michelle Keegan) in 2014.
Rob didn’t intentionally mangle out of prison, instead he took advantage of a automobile crash as he was being changed between prisons, and Mark suggested he had been on the cobbles in the credentials for the past 3 weeks.
And after it was suggested Rob was holed up in a gym just off the street, Eamonn claimed he had been in Ken’s back bedroom when he was discovered, extraordinary Ken who fell down the stairs, heading him to rush into the gym.
To which Mark joked that Eamonn had supplement 10 years on to his character’s sentence.
The Irishman was unfortunate to find out if this means Carla Connor (Alison King) will be returning to the soap, but Mark didn’t give anything away, simply saying: “I don’t know. Not in this sold storyline. For the future, who knows.”
While his return to the soap took viewers by surprise, Mark suggested he was first contacted about returning given 2014 and described the storyline as a pleasing piece of writing.
Meanwhile in an disdainful talk with The Sun Online, Mark explained: “Rob is a very opposite person to the last time that we saw him,” Marc told The Sun Online.
“A lot has occurred over the past 18 months. He was very angry, he was very sour about the fact that the two women in his life (Carla and Tracy) together were obliged for him being condemned to prison.
“It’s not designed in any way figure or form. There’s a crash. He seizes the opportunity.”
“We’re trying to tell the adore story. It is doomed, it’s a terrible unfolding that if you are in adore as sexually what they are with any other, and it is genuine, the fact you know it can’t go anywhere, it’s kind of surplus in a way.”
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