On Episode 60 of Conversation Street, we talk about the episodes of Corrie shown in the UK between the 16th and the 20th September 2013. We try something different with Street Talk this week, having cut down on the notes taken to try and make the conversation sound more organic and less wooden, like we're just reading off a script. So basically we're trying to sound less like Ryan Connor. We'd appreciate any feedback you have on this change, good or bad, so please let us know! There's a lot of chat this week, of course, about the preparations for Roy's birthday party, including a look at where we think the Croppers are in the five stages of grief. On a more upbeat note, we have a good laugh discussing Sally's hopeless relationship with Tim, and the Fiz-Tyrone-Sinead-Chesney storyline left us with a warm, fuzzy feeling by the end of the week. With the reintroduction of Hayley's controversial son Christian, we chat about what we would like to erase from Coronation Street's history, and our classic character profile is on a Street legend with a long-lost son of her own: the iconic Bet Lynch.