GRIFF Reynolds has left a massive imprint on life in the cobbles as one character keeps his horrific legacy going.
Terror takes over again in Coronation Street when a resident becomes the target of a knife attack.
The racist thug portrayed by Michael Condron was recently responsible for a bomb being found in Weatherfield.
Despite being arrested by undercover copper Spider Nugent, it's clear his terrible actions will have a lingering impact in scenes due on ITV.
Coming up, Daryan calls in the café with some flyers promoting a refugee drop-in session at Speed Daal.
He even suggests to Max Turner, who Griff took under his wing, he might like to join them – but the troubled lad is disparaging and walks out.
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In later scenes, David Platt prepares dinner, oblivious to his adoptive son Max on his phone who is listening to Blake outside the local restaurant delivering a racist rant.
To make matters more harrowing, Blake vows to put a stop to the drop-in session at Speed Daal.
The racist activist later heads into the restaurant, secretly filming himself and it's clear his target if none other than Maria Connor.
Meanwhile, the local politician is unaware of Blake and delivers a passionate speech to welcome the refugees and offer them support.
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Max understands what Blake is up to but will he tell anybody?
Unfortunately for the lad played by Paddy Bever, trouble is still looming on the horizon.
In later scenes, Max tells Gail and David how Blake made out to the police that it was his videos that inspired him to go on a stabbing spree.
An alarmed David calls Adam and Sarah Barlow to No.8, ordering Max to show them his videos.
They're all shocked at the array of racist material on Max's computer and warn him he could be charged with Encouraging Terrorism.
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In short, Max could be thrown behind bars for a decade-long sentence.
David and his mother Gail watch Max's videos in horror when they're interrupted by a knock at the door.
DS Swain enters and tells them Max is arrested on suspicion of incitement to murder.
What's in store for him?
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Coronation Street airs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8pm on ITV.
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