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Coronation Street icon Mary Taylor claims Tracy Barlows life after dropping deadly hint?

Jan 17, 2022

Coronation Street make huge blunder with character Mary Taylor

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Mary (played by Patti Clare) has been a staple of the Coronation Street community for almost 14 years and she has always done what is best for her friends and neighbours. Even the late Norris Cole (Malcolm Hebden) didn’t manage to rile her enough to commit murder, despite him pushing her buttons on a number of occasions. However, it seems ITV soap vixen Tracy (Kate Ford) could be the one who pushes her to the edge as the beloved character had some strong views about how she would kill the florist.

The beloved character hasn’t been central to the drama on the cobbles for a few months now, with the last storyline she was prominent in being Norris’ funeral.

She has also become a background character for Sally Metcalfe (Sally Dynevor) and Maria Connor’s (Samia Longchambon) political campaign.

However, during Monday night’s first trip to Weatherfield, she hinted she could become one of the soap’s unlikeliest of killers.

Arriving as Speed Daal to collect a delivery, the quirky cobbles resident spoke with Yasmeen Nazir (Shelley King) about her annoyance with Tracy.

With the weeknight serial drama vixen being her boss, sometimes Mary finds it hard to fight back against the florist’s outlandish demands.

After Yasmeen told her to enjoy her takeaway meal, a disgruntled Mary said: “It’s not for me. I’m just collecting it for Tracy.”

“Oh, she must be very busy,” the restaurant owner remarked, to which her neighbour replied: “No, she’s just bone idle.

“She enjoys bossing me about. You know, sometimes in my quieter moments, I like imagining telling her she can stick her job where the sun doesn’t shine.

“And other times, you know, I like to imagine my hands around her neck and I’m squeezing, squeezing until my knuckles go white.”

Once explaining how she would kill Tracy, Mary laughed manically before saying it was simply a “pipe dream” and headed out of the restaurant.

Imagine my hands around her neck

Mary Taylor

Stu Carpenter (Bill Fellows), who is new to the cobbles, got his first glimpse of Mary and could only say how much of a “live one” she was.

Yasmeen told him in no uncertain terms: “You haven’t met Tracy.”

It would be no shock to the residents of Weatherfield someone had killed Tracy, especially given how many enemies she has made over the years.

However, Mary could make her dreams become a reality when she hears what her boss said to her adoptive children, Asha Alahan (Tanisha Gorey) and Aadi Alahan (Adam Hussain).

After her daughter Amy Barlow (Elle Mulvaney) was suspended from school for defending Summer Spellman (Harriet Bibby) over the upskirting scandal, she decided to speak with the youngsters.

Tracy blamed Amy’s friends for landing her in big trouble and said they had ruined her daughter’s chances of going to university.

Amy did not seem too bothered as she knew what she was doing was making a stand against sexual assault and knew her friends were not to blame.

The mother of one tore into them and the teenagers were left feeling upset at what Tracy was accusing them of, despite Summer being the victim of the abuse.

Knowing full well the florist has crossed a line, Mary could take it upon herself to silence the vixen of the cobbles once and for all.

But if she does claim Tracy’s life, will anyone discover the beloved character is a killer or will the blame fall at someone else’s door?

Could Yasmeen put two and two together when she realises just how Tracy was killed and suspect Mary of going through with her plans?

Discussing her admiration for playing the quirky character, the actress who plays Mary, Patti, explained: “The fact that she can be so rude in a way and without boundaries because I really enjoy how she has no fear with men.

“For example, [Back in 2019 she completely misinterpreted Jan Lozinski], but she had no fear and came on to him quite strong in The Rovers – I love doing things like that because it’s really good fun.

“With Adam Barlow as well, she had no fear, no lack of confidence. It’s like: ‘What are you thinking, Mary?'”

So if she does become a killer, will viewers see yet another side to this beloved character and will they stand by her or turn on her?

Taking to Twitter, viewers have been sharing their thoughts on Mary’s latest appearances on the show, from her friendships to her clothing choices.

Hilda wrote on the social media platform: “Maybe it’s finally time for the Mary-Adam romance which has been simmering for a decade. #Corrie.”

Dan added: “Is Mary wearing a roadkill owl around her neck? #Corrie,” with Victoria commenting: “I want Mary’s jumper.”

Nicola remarked: “#Corrie #Mary I love what’s Mary is wearing,” as Script to Scene added: “I could easily watch a whole episode of Sam, Roy and Mary playing chess #corrie.”

Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm and 8:30pm on ITV.

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