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BABY DADDY Stars Derek Theler and Melissa Peterman To Appear In Crossover On General Hospital!

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Previously, General Hospital’s Kelly Monaco (Sam) was announced as appearing in (and has taped) an episode of the hit ABC Family comedy series, Baby Daddy where she will play an amped up version of herself.  Monaco’s episode will air on February 4th!

However, there is always a twist on a twist! And according to the scoop from Entertainment Weekly, Baby Daddy stars Derek Theler and Melissa Peterman are on there way to General Hospital appearing in an upcoming episode on February 13th, just in time for Valentine’s Day!

Derek will apparently play a colleague of Dr. Patrick Drake (Jason Thompson)  In story, Patrick is called to consult on a case at the last minute, delaying his date at the Metro Court with Sam.  Derek, also happened to be stood up by his date, so he keeps Sam company, and the two discover the true meaning of Valentine’s Day.

As for Melissa, When Olivia (Lisa LoCicero) has a surprise visitor from her Bensonhurst days, Melissa Santoro Picard (Peterman), it quickly becomes clear that Olivia is upset on Valentine’s Day because she’s carrying a torch for Ned, who is not returning her interest, so Melissa sets out to give Ned a piece of her mind over the way he’s treated Olivia and is surprised to find a familiar face working at the Quartermaines! 

What do you think of the Baby Daddy crossover?  Looking forward to seeing Derek and Melissa on GH? Comment below!

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su0000
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su0000

I like it..!!
It will be different, entertaining and most of all *fun..

(GH is truly a rolling stone )

Olova and Patrick moments, that is good!

jimh(leave it to beaver)
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jimh(leave it to beaver)

I’ve never watched ‘BABBY DADDY’ and at first thought the crossover was going to be yet another GH baby drama…lol…but to me this will feel no different than watching day players…im fine with it!!!

aria
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aria

i think its great maybe GH will have a crossover with pretty little liars and the fosters, i’m game, their all abc shows and great shows to boot, so let the crossovers begin.

Jb
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Jb

Did Patrick and Robin even officially get divorced yet? Robin needs to come back

vinman
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vinman

Don’t know them people.

dmr
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dmr

I’ve enjoyed watching Melissa Peterson since her days on “Reba.” I like seeing Olivia more on-screen. Lisa is bringing more comedic material to Olivia. I actually really like Olivia with Julian. Love seeing Ned more. Tracy referring to Olivia as “Mama Celeste” was classic Quartermaine banter-loved it! Tired of Johnny. Too much play-acting as a “thug.” I know the character is a Junior Mob King-Pin, but the “thugness” seems too forced to me. nuLulu could not be any more boring to me. There is no spark. No heat. Her scenes with Dante are lackluster, as are hers with Johnny-who I… Read more »

sonniorsolita
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sonniorsolita

Just more proof that GH is actually a mid-level sitcom.

dmr
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dmr

I’m laughing-I always say that the villains are more like caricatures and the storylines are cartoonish.

carol
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carol

I just love Melissa Peterman and recently attended a taping of Baby Daddy. She will add some light hearted moments to the show.

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GH’s Michael Easton and Finola Hughes Deliver the ‘Power Performances of the Week’

It was an emotional week of episodes on General Hospital as the double-wedding of Finn (Michael Easton) and Anna (Finola Hughes), and Peter (Wes Ramsey) and Maxie (Kirsten Storms) took a double nose-dive.

Each installment left us wondering if either couple would actually get hitched, but when Finn and Anna were the first to combust and not Peter and Maxie, it set the stage for two beloved soap veterans to once again, remind us all, why they are always at the top of the game when required to play high drama that tugs at the heartstrings.

In story, Finn is gut-punched, (and no one can play that better than Michael Easton), when Anna reveals that she knew that Peter was not her biological son and had done all the horrific deeds he has been hiding, in an effort to stop Maxie from marrying Peter.  When Finn realizes Anna confided in Valentin (James Patrick Stuart), and they were working together to bring Peter down it was too much for him to take.

Finn walks out on their wedding.  Alone and with tears welling up in his eyes, Finn feels his chance at love is dashed again.  Add to the fact, he has DNA results to prove if he is Chase’s (Josh Swickard) father and not his brother, or not, and the guy has been through the wringer of late.

As for Anna, she has literally imploded her own life, while trying to save others, after realizing the error of her ways; constantly putting her faith in Peter.  When she comes to visit Finn, she knows no matter what she says to Finn it looks bad.  She sees how she has hurt him, and hopes they can still repair their now fractured relationship, but she has to stop Peter and help her God-daughter, Maxie from making the biggest mistake of her life, so she leaves him to go back to the scene of the double-wedding.

Later in the week, Anna shares a heartfelt scene with her ex Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers), whom she knows she can have an honest conversation knowing her life of espionage and their shared history.  Meanwhile, Jackie (Kim Delaney) and Finn’s pull is there as well, as it appears Jackie’s attraction to Finn still remains all these years later when he visits her shortly after being blindsided by Anna at the nuptials.

Throughout the week, Easton and Hughes played all the nuances of their character’s emotional life, as the audience witnessed which just might be the end of the line for Finn and Anna.

For all of these reasons and more, Michael Fairman TV names Michael and Finola’s work, The Power Performances of the Week.

So, let us know, what did you think of what happened to Finn and Anna? The double-wedding fiasco? Did you enjoy Michael and Finola’s scenes? Comment below.

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GH’s Wes Ramsey Makes Statement on Criticism, Social Media, and Professionalism

General Hospital’s Wes Ramsey, who portrays polarizing character, Peter August on the ABC daytime drama series, responded to a recent take on his role from cast mate, Tristan Rogers (Scorpio) when a video made its way through social media.

The video was from a Cameo appearance, where Rogers offered an assessment of the Peter August storyline and expressed that while he knows Ramsey is a strong actor, he felt he was “wrong for the character” being that Peter was the son of the evil Faison played by Anders Hove.

Rogers also came to the defense of Ramsey and shared: “Don’t be too hard on Wes Ramsey. He’s got himself into a horrible storyline, and the storyline is the fault of the show. What they’ve literally done is they’ve painted themselves into a corner, and they don’t know how to get out of it.”

Currently, Peter’s story is front and center on GH with his wedding to Maxie (Kirsten Storms), and the fallout from all of the character’s dirty deeds.

Now Ramsey took to his Instagram account to address what transpired and his thoughts on the perils of social media, professionalism and acting, expressing: “Actors are storytellers, shapeshifters, chameleons. We’re also in the business of cultivating trust bc that’s how the best work is brought to life. We have to trust our imaginations, our instincts. We have to trust our fellow actors, because without them, there’s no scene to play. In the collaborative efforts of bringing any show to life, we also have to trust our directors each day to steer the arch of our story (like a conductor with a symphony) & trust our writers who are tasked with composing the symphonies we play out. I came up in a world of classical theater, where trusting the play, text, story is essential to the tightrope balancing act of making magic.  You will never hear me critique (on any public platform) the people responsible for the creative opportunities I enjoy each day. Without the trust of my writers, directors, producers & fellow actors, it would be impossible to live out my dreams. My job (& my only job) is to bring fearlessness, playfulness & passionate conviction to what has been created for me. My aim is to stretch myself (beyond the limits of where I think my boundaries may lye) each time I’m entrusted with material that allows those boundaries to be tested.

 

Every actor must believe they are the right person for their part or they will never achieve their potential, let alone surpass it. I was raised a gentleman & have two wonderful parents to thank for that, however, my polite personality (while rendering me easy to get along with on set) should have little bearing on my caliber of performance nor my castability as a professional.  I am leery of the pitfalls of social media & believe there are advantages to maintaining some mystery (even as a public figure) but I will always defend & protect what I hold dear (my job & my career) when they are publicly challenged, especially by those closest to me, whom I love & respect. Please know I bear no ill will. As a society, we are all still learning the full ramifications of living in an internet dominated culture. To all my many fans out there who offer encouragement & support, I hear you & am grateful for you. I’m having a blast… 🙂. Onward we go.”

Share your thoughts on Wes’ statement on playing the role of Peter August and more via the comment section below.

 

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WATCH: Maurice Benard & Friends In ‘The Birthday Bash’ – The Movie

Now here’s a way to celebrate your birthday! Having lots of fun with your friends filming a project and making your directorial debut! That’s just what two-time Daytime Emmy winner, Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos, General Hospital) has done.

On his “State of Mind” You Tube Channel, Benard dropped the birthday video which includes many of his friends and family members.

Benard shared: “You’ve probably heard me say that this year I wanted to do something for the fans on my birthday. Well now the time has come to reveal my special project. It was fun to see a lot of my friends acting outside of the box and I want to thank each of them for being so willing to join me in this adventure no questions asked.”

Look for: Maurice Benard, Carlos Avila, Victoria Gotti, Ian Buchanan, Réal Andrews, Steve Burton, Majid Raees, Dominic Zamprogna, Kin Shriner, Joshua Benard, Paula Benard, Jeff Kober, Bryan Craig, Brooklyn Rae Silzer, Jim Warren and Buddy the Goat to all make appearances.

Watch Maurice Benard & Friends in “The Birthday Bash” below.  Then let us know what you thought of it via the comment section.

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