Max Turner from Coronation Street has been frantically attempting to show the Weatherfield locals that he was brainwashed by Griff Reynolds and his gang.
On Wednesday’s episode, Maria Connor (played by Samia Longchambon) organized a fundraiser to aid refugees and disseminate information about those in need of assistance. Blake attempted to attack Maria, but instead Alya Nazir (Sair Khan) was stabbed and taken to the hospital with life-threatening wounds, disrupting the event. Fans now claim to know what will happen to Max, which could result in his departure from the soap opera.
When Daryan entered the room while distributing flyers for Maria’s refugee hub, Max and David were already seated in Roy’s Rolls.
Max snapped angrily when given a leaflet, “Yeah, I’m eating my breakfast mate… I do not require this!
Why do you people have to yell constantly? “Max!” was then yelled in response, and David jumped in, storming out of the cafe.
Later, as he prepared to record the event inside Speed Daal, Max was closely observing Blake’s live stream.
David yelled in an effort to get his attention: “Max! Max? How hungry are you right now, on a scale of 1 to 10? Max? Max?”
“Please mute that for a moment! Max rolled his eyes and replied, “I don’t know, hungry, normal hungry, on a scale of one to ten how hungry are you.”
David asked Max for assistance as they were cooking dinner in the kitchen when he noticed that David the dog was making a mess outside.
David was further enraged by Max’s continued focus on the live stream and grabbed the phone out of his grasp.
“I asked you to get the dog for me if you didn’t have any meatballs and spaghetti, to start with. I’m serious, give me a call.”
Blake said: “I am outside now, seen a few of them go in, it is going to be special, keep watching” during the live stream.
Before agreeing that Max could have his phone back if he attended Maria’s event, David was puzzled as to why Max wanted it back so fervently.
When Max returned to the live stream, Blake pulled out a knife and sprinted toward the Speed Daal in an attempt to thwart his attack, leaving Max speechless.
Gary Windass (Mickey North), who was waiting at the bottom of the stairs, refused to let Max in. However, in an instant, Blake lunged for Maria, and Alya stepped in front of her to deflect the blow.
Was that good? he turned to Max as the police arrived and detained Blake. However, the distressed youngster responded, “No, no, not good!”
You’re my inspiration, mate, Blake said to Max as they approached the car.
Gary rushed toward Max after spotting him outside and yelled, “You were involved in this, I saw you when you came in, you knew what he had planned,” as he grabbed him.
Max was shocked by what had happened, so he ran away from the scene and to David’s house, where he asked him, “What have you done now?”
According to viewers, they have “figured out” what will happen to Max next, and it doesn’t look good.
“We all know this will result in Max getting arrested,” Ryan Glendenning said. He has already been detained once as a result of the Griff incident.
Max’s friend was influenced by his online videos, so it’ll happen again (sic)
Added by @Wee Westie29: “For his influence, Max could receive at least 10 years. @itvcorrie #Corrie #CoronationStreet”
“Hopefully Max gets his due #corrie #coronationstreet,” Bradley Coombes tweeted.
@Caroline097 Max “will be arrested and out of the soap for a while, with Spider coming in again to help him out,” theorist predicted.
According to Dean Landings “Max is responsible for his own involvement in this situation and its consequences. He probably won’t be back on the soap for a while.” (sic)
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