Earlier this week we reported that Coronation Street is set to make "soap opera history" with a storyline involving Pat Phelan. You can read more on that here.
The phrase "soap opera history" was used by Corrie actor Nicola Thorp, who plays Phelan's daughter Nicola Rubinstein, in an interview she gave live on TV.
Now then. This has got me thinking. What on earth could Coronation Street be cooking up that warrants the phrase "soap opera history". It suggests that it's a storyline that hasn't been done before, not just in Coronation Street, but in any soap.
Could it possibly, as a Corrie fan suggested to us on Twitter said, involve patricide whereby Nicola kills off her dad, Pat? But that's been before, hasn't it, when Katy Harris killed dad Tommy.
Well, whatever Pat Phelan is going to be involved in, his storyline can't involve patricide as that's already been done.
So what could it be? Here's my top three guesses:
1. Anna Windass teams up with Phelan's ex-wife Valerie and together they bump him off.
2. Michael Rodwell returns from the dead and scares Phelan to death.
3. Jay-boy returns from... er... where'd he go again? Well, he comes back from there anyway, and falls in love with Nicola. In the meantime, Phelan starts throwing his weight around with Eileen and gives her a black eye, Jason and Nicola fight him off Eileen and Phelan has a heart attack in the process and karks it.
Let's have your thoughts - the wilder the better!
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