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Coronation Street’s Dylan Wilson feels peer pressure as he breaks into Rovers

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ITV has released spoilers for the upcoming episode of Coronation Street, which shows that Dylan Wilson, the son of Sean Tully, becomes more and more influenced by his bullied classmate Mason Radcliffe.

In recent weeks, viewers of Coronation Street have watched in despair as Dylan Wilson, portrayed by Liam McCheyne, has been duped by his friend Mason Radcliffe, played by Luca Toolan.

Mason has already been seen by viewers pressuring Dylan and Liam Connor, Samia Longchambon’s son, to try disposable vaporizers.

Dylan tried them and felt sick; Liam ended up in the hospital, and Dylan was really worried about the child, even though he continued to hang out with Mason, the bully.

Even though he appears to have changed recently—he was hired as a paperboy for the Kabin spoilers that ITV revealed—next week he will once more succumb to Mason’s influence, and things won’t work out well for him.

Dylan gets an idea to impress the group of people he believes to be his friends after the town undertaker George Shuttleworth (Tony Maudsley) expresses his dejection at the boarded-up Rovers Return, calling it an eyesore.

Mason, Leyla, and Conch all break in to the empty pub after he suggests that they throw a party there for a wild night.

When Mason wagers Conch £20 that Dylan will cheat on Leyla, things get really serious.

Dylan, who is extremely embarrassed, tries to sidestep the situation, but after a few drinks, they turn on the jukebox, and things get serious.

After he kisses Layla, to his dismay, she suggests that they go upstairs. However, as he considers his options, George and his father Sean Tully (Antony Cotton) arrive after hearing music emanating from the purportedly deserted watering hole.

Dylan later declines to pay out on the bet because the party was broken up, but Mason won’t accept no.

He confronts him while he’s doing his paper round, throwing the deliveries into a puddle and making a mess of them.

Terrified Dylan can’t handle the music and persuades Sean to give him permission to miss school.

Unfortunately for him, Brian calls to report that Dylan was fired due to complaints of soggy newspapers, leaving Sean furious as they are currently without a source of income with the Rovers closed and the factory operating at a loss.

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