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Todd manages to hold on to his job in Corrie despite upsetting clients

As George sees another side to Todd.

Looking over the figures in the undertakers, Todd warns George that people are too slow in paying their bills and he needs to toughen up, but George pays no attention.

As Todd phones a client to chase up funeral payments, Eileen listens in and is not convinced that George will be happy about it. Todd however, disagrees.

When George discovers that Todd has been demanding deposits from clients before the funeral has taken place, he is horrified and resolves to refund every one of them. But having called a few clients, George begrudgingly admits that Todd’s business idea is a good one and wonders if he’s got any more up his sleeve.

When Wilf calls at the undertakers to arrange his wife’s funeral, Todd flogs him the most expensive package. But after Wilf’s son calls at the undertakers to complain to George about Todd’s ruthless approach, George assures Wilf’s son that he’ll find a cheaper package for his Mum’s funeral.

Having been sacked, Todd breaks the news to Eileen who vows to have it out with him. However, when George reveals how Todd was ripping off vulnerable customers, Eileen’s rage turns to embarrassment. Later, she tells Todd that George has agreed that he can work his week’s notice.

As Todd returns to the undertakers, George lays down the law, explaining that they have the body of a young boy in the chapel of rest and he’d better show some respect.

When Stuart, an old mate from his past, reveals that the young boy in the chapel of rest is his son, Todd is reminded of his own son.

Feeling sympathetic, George offers Todd his job back and as they go for a pint, they agree to not only be colleagues from now on, but mates too.

Corrie continues Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV


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