Viewers Perplexed by Coronation Street Blunder
A recent episode of Coronation Street had viewers scratching their heads due to a noticeable continuity error involving the character Tim Metcalfe.
Tim, portrayed by Joe Duttine, found himself in a gripping and violent encounter that left fans puzzled.
The Dramatic Confrontation
In the dramatic scenes on the cobbles, the twisted killer Stephen Reid, played by Todd Boyce, confronted Tim.
Tim had been trying to alert the police after discovering a body in the canal, leading to a confrontation with Stephen in his car.
What followed was a fierce brawl with Tim desperately fighting for his life.
A Sudden Turn of Events
Unfortunately, Stephen managed to gain the upper hand, ultimately strangling Tim with a shoelace before delivering a forceful blow to his head with a metal bar.
The altercation left Tim sprawled on the ground, appearing to be either dead or unconscious.
Eagle-Eyed Viewers Spot a Peculiar Detail
However, the keen-eyed viewers of the ITV soap were quick to notice a peculiar detail that seemed out of place.
Initially, Tim was depicted on the ground with his legs slightly apart. But as the camera returned to him, it appeared that his legs had crossed.
Social Media Buzzes with Confusion
The discrepancy did not go unnoticed by viewers, and many took to social media platforms like X (formerly Twitter) to express their confusion.
Comments ranged from observations about Tim’s changed leg position to humorous reactions to the continuity error.
Speculation About Tim’s Fate
Aside from the continuity error, many viewers have been discussing the possible fate of Tim Metcalfe’s character.
Some hope that he may have survived the brutal attack, expressing their attachment to the character.
The last viewers saw of Tim was when Stephen placed him in the trunk of a taxi and then left him in the woods.
Hopes for Tim’s Survival
Several fans are holding out hope that Tim may still be alive despite the vicious attack.
They speculate that the show’s creators might have spared the character, eliciting comments of relief and even humor from the audience.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn