“Then you’re deluded, so let me make this crystal clear. I despise you. I curse the day we met, and every moment we spent together after that. I don’t want to see you, I don’t want to hear you, I don’t want to hear about you. I don’t want anything to do with you. As far as I’m concerned, that bouquet in your hand may as well be a wreath. Goodbye, Leanne.”
- Peter Barlow - 14th February 2011
Not something you’d expect to hear on Valentine’s Day, but since finding out about Leanne’s affair, Peter’s anger has been growing. It all came to boiling point at their wedding blessing, when he went off on a malicious tirade against his wife in front of many of the Weatherfield residents. Later on, after the car ride home, Leanne tries to reason with Peter, telling him she believes he still loves her. In a dark, menacing tone, Peter quietly says these lines to Leanne on a cold Coronation Street, and the gravity of the situation quickly hits Leanne. She shudders and breaks down, and has to be supported by Janice who runs onto the scene as Peter walks away.
Corrie writer: Chris Fewtrell
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