GRIFF Reynolds was thrown behind bars after wreaking havoc in the cobbles.
This doesn't stop Spider Nugent from searching for any other terrorist lurking in the shadows of Coronation Street.
Initially introduced as a dedicated eco-warrior, much like returning character Spider Nugent (Martin Hancock), Griff Reynolds showed his true and ugly colours in recent months.
But after threatening the disorganised harmony in Weatherfield, endangering many lives and grooming a vulnerable Max Turner, his reign of terror led him straight to a prison cell.
Undercover copper Spider put in his best efforts to try and catch Griff in the act and was even attacked by the racist thug and members of his far-right group.
However, despite Griff being locked up in prison, Spider's work is far from over.
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Coming up on ITV next week, Spider pays Griff a visit in a bid to get the name of the person who financially helped him to spread his racist agenda throughout Weatherfield.
Spider agrees to get Griff's sentence reduced on the one condition he reveals where the funding came from.
Will Griff take the bait?
While this remains to be seen, Maria Connor (Samia Longchambon) is still trying to move on from the turmoil Griff put her through as she tried to open up Weatherfield to refugees.
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In later scenes, the local politician is annoyed when fellow councillor Len Cameron (Mark Murphy) invites the press to photograph him handing over a cheque for the funding.
Suddenly, Spider and a colleague screech up in a car wearing stab vests…
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Could Maria be embroiled in another scandal?
Does Len have anything to do with Griff's misdeeds?
Much like Spider, Maria has a lot on her plate and trouble even erupts in her personal life.
When she tries to comfort an drunk David Platt in Victoria Garden, he misinterprets her behaviour and leans in for a kiss.
David has been trying to fight his son Max Turner who was recruited in the far-right group by Griff himself and used his video editing skills to help the racist thug.
Max was sentenced and taken to prison just like Griff, despite being a clear victim of the latter's grooming.
Coronation Street airs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8pm on ITV.
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