Coronation Street fans think they have worked out a new twist on the ITV soap after Emma Brooker and Faye Windass accidentally killed an old man called Ted during a driving lesson on Monday's episode.
During the latest instalment, Emma took Faye for a driving lesson after a New Year's Eve party where they accidentally knocked over Ted, who had been picking up his dropped shopping in the road.
After taking the stunned pensioner home, who insisted he didn't want to go to hospital as he felt fine, they called round later in the episode to check on him and discovered he had died.
Emma and Faye, who was recently released from prison, decided to cover up the crime and not alert emergency services.
During the scenes, Ted had spoke about his grandson, "John", with Emma and Faye also mentioning his family member later in the episode.
Soap watchers have now predicted that Ted's grandson could be Curtis Delamere, who is Emma's ex fiancé, and that John could be his real name after he lied about several things on the ITV soap, including a life-threatening heart condition.
One person said: "Is Curtis going to be the grandson they keep mentioning #Corrie."
A different account put: "Just a thought- will Ted's grandson turn out to be Curtis?? #Corrie #CoronationStreet."
Another follower commented: "I have a feeling Ted is related to Curtis? Maybe his grandad? #Corrie."
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A different soap watcher predicted: "I bet the old Man is Curtis’s Grandfather.. Well, this is …. #Corrie anything is possible."
While another viewer added: "I think John might be “Curtis” real name. #Corrie #CoronationStreet @itvcorrie."
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