Coronation Street fans are blasting a storyline focusing on Paul and Billy’s sex life as they detail Billy’s struggle with erectile dysfunction amid Paul’s deadly diagnosis
Fans of Coronation Street appear to be tired of hearing about Paul and Billy’s extramarital affairs.
Paul has been battling motor neuron disease (MND), and as a result, he is primarily wheelchair-bound. On Friday’s programme (November 10), he was seen looking upset because the previous night, he and his partner Billy were unable to perform in the bedroom.
Since Paul’s illness, poor Billy has been battling erectile dysfunction. Though they could be empathetic, it appears that viewers have a limit to how much risqué detail they can handle.However, some followers have expressed on X that they are tired of hearing about their extramarital affairs. One user yelled, “We do not need to hear about Paul and Billy’s sex life #Corrie.”
“I really don’t want to hear about Paul & Billy’s sex life, thank you,” another person said. In one scene, Paul confided in David Platt about Billy’s incapacity to perform at Roy’s Rolls.
Another admirer remarked, “The vicar needs some erectile dysfunction tablets.” Paul then confides in David Platt regarding his sexual life—or lack thereof. As if,” another person said.
Paul had mentioned his recent episodes of coughing fits to the speech therapist somewhere else. Her insistence on seeing the MND nurse was a clue that Bernie was worried. Billy was informed by the bishop that his suspension will be lifted and that it was time for him to go back to work.
Billy had been ecstatic, but when Bernie had called from the hospital, his happiness had faded. Paul was told by the MND nurse that he only had six to twelve months to live.
Chesney and Gemma were at war over Joseph not going to school. Gemma left the quads with Abi and took Joseph to A&E, convinced he was ill. The doctors eventually told Chesney that Gemma was incorrect and Joseph was fine.
Carla was needed at the plant, and Peter had told her that he was happy to go to his alcoholics’ group by himself. Carla felt bad and had hurried home to tell Peter she was coming to his meeting and that there were more important things than work.
A girl had called in, and Summer had given her a flier, as she assisted Amy at the drop-in she had set up for the counselling charity. The girl had disappeared while they were preoccupied. Summer had been concerned for her friend, and Amy had been upset with herself, regretting not having offered her some assistance.