We can't believe Nick Tilsley has said goodbye to Weatherfield for good!
From loving romances to brutal fights, and a couple of death-defying stunts thrown in for good measure, take a look back at some of Ben Price's top moments.
Will someone think of poor Gail during this difficult time...
Marc Baylis picks his all-time favourite Rob and Tracy moments - fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy ride!
You asked for another from our archives and we listened!
On the SIXTH DAY of December we have a classic Christmas clip from 1977, featuring Eddie Yeats and Stan & Hilda Ogden. Absolute legends of the cobbles, played by the late, great and much missed trio - Geoffrey Hughes, Bernard Youens and Jean Alexander.
David is courting with disaster when he decides to take the law into his own hands.
How did the sweet, cheeky lad from Weatherfield come to be masterminding a quest for vengeance?
We take a look back at some of David's defining moments...
David Platt was born on Christmas Day 1990.
(Although his Martin wanted to call him Gazza!)
The first major drama David faced was a botched kidnap plot orchestrated by Martin’s friend, Carmel Finnan, who later attempted to frame Gail for pushing her down the stairs (more on Gail's brushes with stairs later).
David’s disobedient streak first began to surface when, in 2001 after Martin had an affair with Rebecca Hopkins. Distraught that his parent's were divorcing, David started to misbehave and after becoming the target of a school bully, his wayward behaviour became violent despite Gail's best endeavours.
If only the Platts knew then that this was just the beginning of Dangerous David Platt...
As the Platt family looked like they were moving on to happier times who could forget Gail’s third husband, Richard Hillman. In March 2003, Richard was revealed to be a serial killer and set about killing himself, Gail, David, Sarah and Bethany by driving them into the local canal in a spectacular scene. Luckily, David and the rest of the family were rescued as Richard met his demise in a watery grave.
However the memories of his evil stepfather caused a young David to be suspicious of Gail’s next relationship with Phil Nail.
With his penchant for scheming spiralling, David plotted a sinister hate campaign against his mum’s new partner, framing him for poisonous pen letters spookily signed from Richard. Phil finally reached breaking point but in the end he was dumped by an angry Gail and David remained triumphant.
After successfully tearing apart his mother’s relationship, romance was in the air for David himself when he developed feelings for fellow hairdresser, Maria Sutherland.
But the course of love failed to run smoothly as Maria was enjoying an illicit affair with the Street’s bad boy Charlie Stubbs who then threatened David into silence.
Not one to be obedient, David attempted to blackmail Charlie but he was bundled into a bathtub with Charlie determined to drown him. In the nick of time, Maria saved David’s life - another brush with death.
David then tried his shot at romance for a second time when he began a relationship with Tina McIntyre in 2008.
After finding out that Gail paid for Tina to have an abortion, demonic David pushed his mum down the stairs (we told you stairs would come back to haunt Gail!)
When Tina ended their short-lived romance, it sparked a vicious rampage where David smashed up the Street, attacked Ken Barlow and hit a policewoman! He was sentenced to four months in a Young Offenders Institution.
Driven by jealousy of Gary Windass’s friendship with Tina, David framed Gary for theft. Gary’s confession to the police led to David being arrested once more.
But David’s conflict with the law didn’t deter his jealous crush on Tina and when she began a relationship with Jason Grimshaw, David agreed to supply her father with drugs as long as he attempted to break up the pair. Joe’s shock suicide lead to Gail being arrested for his murder and David had to prove his mum's innocence.
Tina’s next love interest was David’s best friend Graeme but when David suffered a blackout while driving and knocked Graeme over, he was arrested for attempted murder as no one believed his version of events. Although his track record wasn’t the best, just before the court case began, David suffered another blackout and the Street began to realise he was telling the truth… well, this time.
After a break abroad, David returned to Weatherfield engaged to Kylie Turner! After gaining custody of Kylie’s son Max from Becky and Steve McDonald, it looked as though David was finally heading for wedded bliss.
But heartache struck when he discovered that his wife had slept with his brother Nick. Choosing not to confront the duo, he caused a car accident, leaving Nick in a coma and with permanent brain damage.
Kylie and David reconciled but after discovering Kylie’s drug addiction, he threw her out and she left Weatherfield.
Kylie arrived back on the Street but so did a familiar face from her past who threatened to destruct the family life that David and Kylie had worked so hard for - Max's father Callum wanted access to Max.
The custody battle that followed turned into a violent feud which escalated when Callum used Sarah and Bethany in a sinister game of manipulation. When they attempted to frame Callum for a crime he lashed out at Sarah and so Kylie, in an act of protection, killed him.
The murder was covered up until rescue workers found Callum's body and David was initially the main suspect. The family managed to frame Tony Stewart who happened to be dead and, after all the catastrophe they had endured on the cobbles, David and Kylie agreed to relocate their family to Barbados.
At the final moment, their plans were ruined when Clayton stabbed Kylie and she took her last breath in David’s arms.
Grieving David was dealt another agonising blow when he heard Kylie's killer may not get the justice he deserves.
Now determined to take matters into his own hands David’s plan is both devastating and disturbing - don't miss the conclusion to this chapter of David's story, all next week on Coronation Street!