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Coronation Street

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Jason Grimshaw
Occupation Builder
Born 27th June 1983
Residence 11 Coronation Street
Father Tony Stewart
Mother Eileen Grimshaw
Sibling(s) Todd Grimshaw (half brother)
Spouse(s) Sarah Louise Platt (2007)
First appearance 25th December 2000
Duration 2000 to present
Played by Ryan Thomas

Jason Grimshaw, played by Ryan Thomas and is very much the opposite of half brother Todd. He is very self-centred and lacks forethought. He is also quite bigoted, being strongly homophobic and seeing infidelity on the part of men as just a bit of fun. Jason is the son of Eileen Grimshaw and a man called Tony, but for many years didn't know his dad. Upon his arrival on the Street with his family he was as aspiring runner something which Eileen didn't completely approve of. He worked for a brief period in Sally Webster's hardware shop in 2001 until the failing business went up on fire. He was the one to discover a traumatised Toyah Battersby lying in the ginnel following her rape in April 2001 when he was out jogging early one morning.

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Relationships

Although Jason has had many girlfriends, all of them have been quite short-lived since he is commitment-phobic and insatiable with his sexual desires. He has had romantic/sexual relationships with such Street residents as Candice Stowe and Sarah Louise Platt. He seemed to have finally settled down somewhat with Violet Wilson, even going as far as uncharacteristically promising to look after her when he falsely believed her to be pregnant, however, they broke up after he was unable to cope with her confession that she had shared one drunken kiss with Charlie Stubbs. While they were apart he began seeing Sarah, and continued the affair even after he and Violet reunited. Eventually Violet found out and left Jason for good.

He continued seeing Sarah, much to the dismay of their mothers. Their relationship remained rocky as Sarah still felt insecure over his relationship with Violet and the fact he proposed to her while still with Sarah. This led to a furious showdown in which Sarah publicly dumped Jason in the Rovers by throwing his pint over his head. After only days of bickering, Jason decided to win Sarah back, and after she refused to speak to him, Jason drastically broke into her house and asked her to marry him. She accepted, although they had a cool reception from both their mothers. They announced their engagement in the Rovers in front of Violet, which Sarah had wanted to do to make a point.

The wedding though was a disaster. Jason decided it wasn't for him, and escaped through the Registry Office toilet window, leaving Sarah heartbroken. After months of ignoring him because of his actions, she slowly started to come round and began seeing him again. But on Christmas Day 2006, Jason had a major surprise delivered to the front door in the shape of a baby - his little girl, Holly by a young woman called Emma.

Charlie's murder, 'Holly'

In January 2007, Jason lost close friend and work mate Charlie Stubbs. Jason was very upset by Charlie's demise, who had been murdered by Tracy Barlow. Along with Maria Sutherland, Jason saw through Tracy's self-defence story and gave evidence against her when she stood trial for his murder.

On Christmas Day 2006, a baby was left on the doorstep of the Grimshaw's, the baby was apparently the product of a one-night stand between Jason and her mother, Emma.

Jason took a long time to get used to being a father, he was helped however, by both his mother and girlfriend.

In April 2007, after seeing reports of the murder trial of Tracy Barlow, Emma, realised that it was Charlie who fathered her daughter rather than Jason. It seems that Charlie gave a false name when he had a one night stand with Emma. When Emma dropped Holly at Jason's on Christmas Day, she did not see Jason, only his mum Eileen and therefore genuinely believed that she had left her daughter in the right place. After a custody battle with Emma, Eileen agreed to return Holly to her mother.

"Befriending" David Platt

Jason's future mother-in-law, Gail Platt bribed Jason onto keeping an eye on her evil son David Platt, but it wan't easy for Jason. David dragged Jason onto the roof on 20th August, and confessed that he wanted to murder his whole family, leaving Jason stunned.

When David was thrown out of his home, he vowed that Jason would not marry Sarah, and since then Jason has had to watch his back continuously. In his most violent plan to date, nasty David unbolted all the bolts on some scaffolding, and Jason went plummeting to the ground below, ending up in hospital. It was then that he had to confess to Gail what happened on the factory roof.

Jason married Sarah on Halloween, 2007. David invited Jason's brother Todd to the wedding in the hope of causing havoc. However, his plan backfired and things didn't look too good for the big day. David - in a further attempt to sabotage the wedding - faked a suicide whilst the wedding ceremony was in progress, but Sarah insisted that they carry on regardless.

Marriage, Sarah's departure

David's fake suicide attempt put Jason and Sarah's marriage on the rocks. Gail let David stay back at his original home and the couple's honeymoon was cut short as whilst Sarah knew that it was just a stunt to ruin the wedding Jason didn't believe it. Also on 5th November, after Jason was going to take Sarah's wedding dress to the cleaners he accidentally left it in Roy's Rolls which got picked up by David. He put it in a puddle before placing it in a bin bag with the other bits and pieces the Morton kids got from their neighbours. The Mortons Guy Fawkes got first prize and whilst being burnt Sarah recognised her wedding dress before Jason admitted that he accidentally lost it somewhere. Sarah knew straight away that this was all David's doing.

Jason, Sarah and Bethany were set to leave for Milan on 30th December, after Sarah bagged herself the job for her uncle Stephen, but Jason backed out leaving Sarah and Bethany to go alone, when Sarah admitted to him that she had planted the drugs in David's drawer.

On New Year's Eve 2007, Jason and Becky Granger had a lingering kiss as the midnight chimes rang, and on 1st February they slept together. Jason regretted it the next morning and went so see Sarah in Milan, to tell her he had slept with Becky. Instead of forgiving him, she gave him a black eye. When he returned to the Street, Becky hit him as well.

Several months later, after some flirting, Jason slept with Becky again and they became a couple. However, they argued when Jason wanted to have a night in on his own.

Current characters
Ken Barlow | Emily Bishop | Rita Sullivan | Peter Barlow | Betty Williams | Deirdre Barlow | Gail McIntyre | Audrey Roberts | Jack Duckworth | Nick Tilsley | Kevin Webster | Bill Webster | Sally Webster | Liz McDonald | Steve McDonald | Rosie Webster | David Platt | Norris Cole | Sophie Webster | Roy Cropper | Ashley Peacock | Janice Battersby | Leanne Battersby | Hayley Cropper | Tyrone Dobbs | Dev Alahan | Eileen Grimshaw | Kirk Sutherland | Jason Grimshaw | Sunita Alahan | Fiz Stape | Joshua Peacock | Simon Barlow | Sean Tully | Chesney Battersby-Brown | Claire Peacock | Amy Barlow | Kelly Crabtree | Lloyd Mullaney | Molly Dobbs | Amber Kalirai | Aadi Alahan | Asha Alahan | Becky McDonald | Michelle Connor | Freddie Peacock | Ryan Connor | Carla Connor | Teresa Bryant | Tony Gordon | Tina McIntyre | Graeme Proctor | Julie Carp | Ted Page | Natasha Blakeman | Joe McIntyre | Pam Hobsworth | Eddie Windass | Anna Windass | Gary Windass | Minnie Chandra | Jesse Chadwick | Sian Powers | Connie Rathbone

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Dr Who

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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

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Transferring the TARDIS base code numerals, Master.
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Fallout

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Halo

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

The doll Jason was the 'manager' of Global Extreme Wrestling star Klown and his stable, The Karnevil.


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Lostpedia

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ST Expanded

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Jason Athelstan was the assistant chief engineer of the USS Rutherford (NX-76607) when it disappeared in 2371.

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Starfleet history

In 2364, Jason Athelstan served aboard the USS Saratoga (NCC-31911) as an engineering officer. When the Saratoga rescued the USS Artemis survivors, he met Scott Fack. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "Lady Lazarus")

Athelstan followed Fack during his shifts in career, serving aboard ships like the USS Prospect, USS Minnesota (NCC-19923), USS Minnesota (NCC-64332) and USS Prospect-A.

In early 2367, he and Fack served on Earth and helped keep the peace on Chicago's streets during the confrontation between the Borg cube and the USS Enterprise-D in the planet's orbit. Hours after the cube's self-destruction, Athelstan and Fack joined the rescue team aboard the USS Worsaae, under Anne Cobry's command, to help find survivors from the Battle of Wolf 359, including being a part of the away team to rescue a few survivors aboard the USS Princeton, using his engineering expertise to use a fire suppression system to provide a stable forcefield over a ruptured EPS conduit, allowing the team's escape. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "The Burnt Child")

After repairs on the Prospect were complete mid year, Athelstan transferred aboard with Fack as an engineer. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "The Burnt Child")

He participated as part of the engineering away team led by James Lee to Goffan IV to fine-tune sensors to detect molocine. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "Starry, Starry Night")

During that same year, he warned Fack, to be careful aboard the Artemis. After Fack's ordeal at the hands of the M'Tar, transformed into the Liaison, Athelstan pleaded with Prospect chief medical officer Justin Braun to let him see Fack, which the doctor finally did. He stayed by Fack's side in Sickbay, assuring him everything would be okay and that he was there for him. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "Lady Lazarus")

In 2371, Athelstan was offered the assistant chief engineer position aboard the USS Rutherford: an opportunity too good to miss. He left the Prospect-A that same year. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "Home")

Later that year, the USS Rutherford went missing. The Prospect-A was sent to investigate and found the Rutherford but no crew, dead or alive. Starfleet assumed wherever the crew went, Jason Athelstan went with them (as no evidence to the contrary existed). (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "Directive")

Personal relationships

Relationships

Scott Fack

Jason Athelstan met Scott Fack when the former was stationed aboard the USS Saratoga. The Saratoga rescued the Artemis survivors in 2364. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "Lady Lazarus")

Fack and Athelstan undertook a long-term relationship, being together for seven years.

During that time, they lived in Chicago on Earth, aboard the USS Prospect, USS Minnesota, USS Minnesota-II and USS Prospect-A.

In late 2366 and early 2367, upon learning about the Borg threat while in Chicago on Earth, Athelstan and Fack cuddled on the couch one night while watching FNN reports about the Battle of Wolf 359 and Captain Jean-Luc Picard's transformation into Locutus. They also patrolled the streets together, and made a pact if one was assimilated by the Borg, the other would euthanize him.

After the Borg threat passed, they both went aboard the USS Worsaae to help rescue survivors of the Battle of Wolf 359. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "The Burnt Child")

He comforted Fack after the M'Tar transformed the latter into the Liaison, disfiguring him and emotionally scarring him. Athelstan stayed by his side in Sickbay after the Prospect recovered Fack. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "Lady Lazarus")

Athelstan followed Fack on various postings as Fack held the higher rank; however, in 2371, when an opportunity for promotion came for Athelstan, instead of discussing the opportunity with Fack, he broke off the relationship instead, and left. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "Home")

Jason's disappearance and presumed death aboard the Rutherford distressed Scott a great deal. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles: "Directive");(Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Isolation", "An Innocent Time")


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Starwars

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Jason wrote and pencilled the comic Who's Your Daddy.

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Jason.gif NPC Jason
Location: Treasure Island
Occupation: Treasure Hunter
Notes: He is searching for riches on Treasure Island.
Items traded: None.
See the entire NPC list.

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