Spoilers: Did Scott & Johnny kill a security guard in Corrie?
Johnny Connor (Richard Hawley) and Scott Emberton’s (Tom Roberts) huge secret has finally been revealed in Coronation Street, but do the pair also have blood on their hands?
Viewers have been eager to know what transpired between Johnny and Scott for months, after the latter’s arrival on the cobbles.
After Scott showed up at the Rovers to request a room, it became apparent that he was acquainted with Johnny. However, Johnny was eager to avoid talking to him, and subsequently jetted off to France with Jenny (Sally Ann Matthews).
However, he returned to the street last week, and he and Scott finally decided to have a catch up in Friday’s episode (August 28).
In tonight’s instalment (August 31), the pair’s big secret was finally revealed, as they discussed a crime that they’d committed over 40 years ago.
While certain details of said crime were withheld, we did learn that Scott was sent to prison, while Johnny managed to avoid getting caught, and he subsequently kept shtum about his involvement — hence why he wasn’t keen on reminiscing when Scott first showed up.
The revelation gives viewers the answers that they’ve been craving for several months now, but the interesting thing is that such a revelation has also brought with it another big question.
You see, as Johnny and Scott discussed their crime, Johnny enquired about whether or not Scott ever thinks about what happened to the security guard.
Scott didn’t want to discuss the matter, informing Johnny that some things are better left in the past.
The question on viewers’ lips now is: wha exactly did happen to the security guard in question?
Did the security guard perhaps die?
If so, were Johnny and Scott responsible?
Coronation Street continues Wednesday September 2 at 7:30pm on ITV.
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