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GH Nurses' Ball 2016 Part Two: What Was Your Favorite Moment?

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On Tuesday’s second installment of the 2016 GH Nurses’ Ball, it was cuteness abound when Emma (Brooklyn Rae Silzer) and Ned (Wally Kurth) took to the stage for their duet, a rendition of Elton John and Kiki Dee’s version of “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.”  Kudos to the costume department for their nod to Elton’s garb, which made the whole number even go higher on the cuteness chart.  Following the number, Lucy (Lynn Herring) ensures the audience there will be no nurses’ ball interuptus (that’s you, Liesl, she is talking about).  However, Epiphany (Sonya Eddy) stumbles across Liesl (Kathleen Gati) gagged and tied up, and unties her.

In a second high cuteness factor musical number that also drives a further wedge between Jason (Billy Miller) and Sam (Kelly Monaco), and Franco (Roger Howarth) and Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst), little Jake (Hudson West) is about to making his singing debut at the ball.   When Lucy informs him, due to the missing Lucas (Ryan Carnes), they have to move up Jake’s number, he gets scared.  But Franco is Johnny-on-the-spot and tells Jake to just envision everyone in the audience as duck’s “quacking”.

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When it’s his turn to take the stage, Jake freezes.  But it’s Franco to the rescue, who accompanies him on a percussion shaker, and even sings a few bars, along with the guitarist to the tune, “This Changes Everything.”   Elizabeth could not be more proud.

Nina (Michelle Stafford) is visibly shaken and upset. Backstage, Jake is happy to see his dad, Jason.   However, Jake says he doesn’t know what he would have done without Franco.  Everyone glares at each other! Later, Diane (Carolyn Hennesy) hands Jason a legal document informing him he is being sued by Nikolas (Tyler Christopher).  She says the dark prince claims the money Jason used to buy ELQ is from organized crime.  She goes on to tell Jason that the money has been scrubbed clean, but the IRS has frozen his assets!  He is furious.

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There’s nothing better than a diva beat down bitchfight, and that is what GH’s Daytime Emmy winning actresses, Laura Wright (Carly) and Maura West (Ava) provided the viewers!  When Carly shows the gloating Ava that she has the flash drive and the video of Ava’s S&M sex romp with D.A. Paul Horsnby (Richard Burgi), she tells Ava she will never get custody of baby Avery now.  But Ava laughs in Carly’s face, and says do her best to bring her down, she has suffered much worse.  Carly says she will post it online.   A catfight ensues and somehow Ava flushes the flash drive down the toilet.  Carly laughs at her and says she has a copy of it saved on a cloud.  Carly then texts the video over to Paul’s cell.  He is mortified!  Paul finds Ava and tells her to make this go away and do whatever Carly wants, as he still has the tape of her confessing to the murder of Connie Falconeri.

While Lucas has gone MIA, after finding a knocked-out Bobbie (Jackie Zeman) and taking her to the hospital, there is panic in the ballroom as they need another guy to be part of the Magic Milo and the Magic Wands strip tease act.  They rope in Dr. Griffin Munro (Matt Cohen).  Soon, Griffin, Milo (Drew Cheetwood), Felix (Marc Anthony Samuel), Dillon (Robert Palmer Watkins), and Curtis (Donnell Turner) take to the stage to the delight of the females in the audience.

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At GH, Finn (Michael Easton) checks out Bobbie, and she tells her son to get back to the ball and go get married to Brad (Parry Shen) who is waiting for him so they can say their “I do’s”.  Lucas says he is not leaving.  Bobbie demands that he goes.  After he leaves, he realizes he left his car keys in Bobbie’s hospital room.  He comes back to happen upon a stranger about to inject a syringe into his mother!  We next find out Lucas has been attacked and is lying on the floor not moving, just after Lucy begins presiding over the Brucas wedding ceremony.  Brad has come out on stage, but when they introduce Lucas as the other groom; he is nowhere to be found.

So, what did you think of the second part of the 2016 GH Nurses’ Ball?  What was your favorite musical number?  What was your favorite moment in the episode? Are you looking forward today’s third and final part of the ball? Share your thoughts in the comment section below! But first check out the three main performanced from the episode below.

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Timmm
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Timmm

NB part II was a little better. I am not a fan of interloping other stories while the Ball goes on BUT it worked out fairly well this year. I love Wally Kurth but he is Eddie Maine, the rocker, not a flashy stage hound like Elton John. I thought the song was atrocious! Little Jake was cute. I really thought the guy who played the guitar was very good and should record the song himself! The Carly/Ava fight was LAME! The striptease was okay this year. The ladies in the beginning made it classier. The guys looked good BUT,… Read more »

Patrick
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Patrick

Lucas is in an induced , as it were… “coma”

just enough alive and warm to harvest his bodacious internal organ

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

I do believe you are on to something, Patrick!

Timmm
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Timmm

Until Jerry Jax makes PC aware of his demands! I pray Robert Scorpio comes in on this case and kicks ass!

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Hands down–Wally Kurth and Brooklyn S.–Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”–Wally is a great talent and a real warm presence on screen. Need more of him on GH–though the number went on a tad to long–probably to indulge the little cutie singing with him.

Scoma60
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Scoma60

The Franco,Jake and Elizabeth scene. Hands down!

alice
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alice

Who wrote the song that jake sang?

JD
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JD

The guy that played the guitar and sang a bit wrote it. Saw his name on this vid on YouTube.

James R. Poissant
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James R. Poissant

That was my favorite part of the NB on day 2. I love seeing Franco interact with Jake. He seems to be a much better person when he has scenes with the boy.

Terri
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Terri

I agree loved Jake , Franco and Liz.

JD
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JD

agreed – hands down. Best of the Ball to me. The new Jake is great.

dmr
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dmr

I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED Emma and Ned’s rendition of Elton and Kiki’s duet “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.” It was so adorable and really well-done! I love Wally Kurth, always have, and love when he is welcomed back to Port Charles. The same goes for Brooklyn; she has more talent than most of the adult actresses on the show! Way to go, guys!!!

paul453
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paul453

I agree completely.

I haven’t liked that song until I saw them do it. I plan to watch it many more times. And their voices complemented each other so well. The staging and costumes were perfect. A brilliant idea well executed.

conniemac
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conniemac

no doubt about it. they stole the show

Patrick
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Patrick

I agree completely.

it is possible to fall in love that much more…. “husband material” Ned Quartermaine

they sounded great together… very believable as a “show” classiest part

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
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Jimh(leave it to beaver)

But kiki(Jerome)i shouldve been part of that number,,,lol

Patrick
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Patrick

Kiki is my pick for best dressed… and just va-va-voom

I agree with some one’ post… that Father Griffin should not have been out their…. ala Magic Mike.

he looked a little uncomfortable … which is OK… I can appreciate that an “actor” would not be in to doing this

on the other hand… what a beautiful face

Rebecca1
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Rebecca1

Oh my G-d!!!! Wally Kurth and Brooklyn couldn’t have been more adorable, heartwarming and entertaining! Wally Kurth just exudes cute and likeability with those dimples and his intangible warmth…and Brooklyn is a modern day Shirley Temple sans curls! This beautiful little girl is over-the-top talented and together they just blew the roof over charming. Loved them! Next was Roger and Hudson. Their number was so sweet, this lost little boy and the lost man helping each other, bonding..just a great relationship to watch. Roger was soooo cute and his sexy self singing and rockin’ the shaker…and the look of relief… Read more »

Harry
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Harry

Loved Ned and Emma singing “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” too. I could not decide who was cuter, Ned or Emma. (why oh why don’t they sign Wally Kurth to contract and give him front burner stories?). I did like the Todd, er, I mean, Franco and Jake singing together and it reminded me very much of similar scene from the movie “About a Boy” starring Hugh Grant. Laura looked beautiful and she was a sight for sore eyes–love her with Kevin. I also adored watching Lucy Co strut her stuff with such eloquence, as I wondered if she has… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

I love Wally, but he’s doing Days as well. Amazing that he manages to go back and forth in a short time frame and still be able to immerse himself in completely different characters. But, yeah, another missed opportunity on GH’s part to keep and feature this treasure aka Wally Kurth. As for the male dance number, lol, I’m not one to complain ’bout gorgeous guys “gone wild.”
Lucy, another favorite, is getting on my nerves as host this year. Still, would love her to stay on…

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Harry, forgot to mention, About A Boy was adapted to a TV show as well which was adorable. Yes, Franco and Jake are reminiscent of that. As for Franco-Todd, I don’t even care if the two characters merged or if he’s Todd by another name. Just love Roger and have really grown fo love whoever it is he’s playing!

Harry
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Harry

I didn’t know that “About a Boy” was made into a television sitcom, Rebecca.
I do believe Wally Kurth would be open to working full time on GH had an offer been made but since it hasn’t, he elects to work on Days.
I also cannot understand why Tristan Rogers has not been offered a contract on GH. He was really needed today when his daughter delivered her heart felt speech.
However, Finola Hughes was amazing and so good with her reaction to Robin’s speech that one could not tell if she was even acting. Her reaction felt real.

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Harry, as usual, I am totally in agreement with you.
And, yes, Genie was lovely as usual.
Re: Magic Milo striptease–what in the h–l was that UGLY get-up they had on? Gee, whiz–what a complete turnoff–I could see only the UGLY blue, ill-fitting “TRUNKS??

Rebecca1
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Rebecca1

Another point I wanted to add is I love that the CAST is actually at the Ball and not a bunch of fillers. It’s very well done…take the scene where Lucy is trying to convince Munro to be in the number…if you look behind her shoulder you can see Franco, Dante, Lulu, etc all chatting at their tables. I feel like they paid more attention to these details than in recent years.

Jay Trotter
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Jay Trotter

Loved this episode from start to finish. I honestly can not recall a better opening to GH then what I saw on that stage with Ned and Emma. One of the most enjoyable unexcepted surprises and such a upbeat feelgood performance by Wally and Brooklyn. Ned is my third favorite male character of all time (only behind Sonny and Frisco) and Emma is my favorite GH kid of all time so I couldn’t have been more pleased with this matchup. The Magic Milo performance this year was a major improvement over last years and I really liked everything about it.… Read more »

Patrick
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Patrick

EYE CANDY unmomento

Milo and Dillan…. more please

love how you mentioned : “…all did those body rolls at the side of their current/possible love interests ”

I fell over… watching Dillon

Patrick
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Patrick

Carly overkill… playing GOD… telling Ava she’s lost custody of her daughter Avery! that would make any mother go ballistic damn IT… wouldn’t it be oh so delicious to see Ava take out the most annoying character… Carly as I’ve posted before… what the point of having Carly on the show “…isn’t it just tiring… to tell Carly to just calm the expletive down… but as we all know… no one approaches Carly in the first place…. she has to barge in every ones face to get attention, hence Carly is forced on every one… what is the point? where’s… Read more »

Alan
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Alan

It’s disgusting how Carly pulls out all the stops for a child who isn’t even hers but can’t be concerned with her own daughter other than those monthly “where’d Jocelyn’s donated organs come from?” moments.

No matter her faults, at least Ava actively tries to be a mother to her daughters instead of ignoring them and trying to obtain custody of other people’s children.

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

NO ONE to pull for in THAT cat fight!

Julie
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Julie

i love Carley!!

k/kay
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k/kay

Don’t get me started on the character of Carly everybody slams Liz as a mother but when did Carly get the award never have cared for the character Tamara Braun brought a little warmth to her but basically she is a miserable over bearing individual!

Harry
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Harry

K/Kay–I know I get on your last nerve but I love every one of your comments.

su0000
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su0000

Hi Patrick..
Women no longer slappy catfight..
Ava would have coldcocked Carly, one solid punch straight on, in real life.
I thought it was a schoolyard scuffle going on LOL ..
It was weak, very weak considering the two brawlers and the stakes.

J&S are focusing on the Corinthos family, and will continue to put them upfront.

k/kay
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k/kay

Harry you do not get on my last nerve nobody does on this board for the most part I think everybody is pretty good about accepting other people’s opinions etc . I get out of line from time to time with my sarcasm trying to work on that! Best to you

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

WHY? WHY???

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Excuse me, but I thought the show’s title was General Hospital not General Mafia?!

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Why su0000? Tell me why?????!

Lou Piikes
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Lou Piikes

Emma and Ned were the highlight of the Nurses Ball. Everything else before or after thus far has been lackluster.

Lisa
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Lisa

Loved Franco and little Jake. They were so cute. I’m very happy Jake was recast with an actor who can act. The previous Jake creeped me out.

Tae
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Tae

Ned and Emma was hand down the best part of the show! Ava/ Carly was hyped to be more I jus don’t get it why is Ava being handed these little parts miss the days she was headlining it seems like they find Carly something to do every day but Ava is left behind.. Should I remind the writers about the crypt sex, Nina/Ava scenes giving birth, Ava first coming to port Charles the killings I just don’t like this writing regime everyone said Ron was boring stories since they took over I have not really enjoyed no story at… Read more »

Rodd
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Rodd

Ned and Emma’s’ song was just so darn adorable!!! LOVED IT! A solid A. Little beats were not played and were noticed. Like, why was Jake asked to sing? The audience never heard mention of his ability to do so. Of course, it was all a plot point to show the calming influence of bad-guy Franco on the kid. But Jake’s little brothers MIA ~ along with Grandma Audrey ~ stuck out to me. I think the song was cute and the guys all sounded good together. Who knew a kid would soften Franco? It was heart-breaking to see Nina’s… Read more »

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Agree–no Tracy and Monica? PL-EEEE–SE!?

Mister Media
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Mister Media

GH viewers who may not have seen Roger Howarth’s amazing work for all those years on One Life To Live got a glimpse of his profound talent in the musical number with Jake. When he is called upon to play relatable emotions and drama grounded in reality rather then B.S. and nonsense he can bring it like nobody else. Watching Howarth connect with Franco’s innate humanity was the highlight for me.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Hi Mister Media, lol. I replied to your post regarding Roger H but it wound up further down the page .

JD
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JD

I agree on all fronts Mister M. That number was awesome and is what stayed with me. I love any scenes with Roger. And loving the new Jake.

Mary SF
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Mary SF

Okay call me Ms. Wet Blanket, but my favorite part was the closing credits. I have never liked the Nurse’s Ball, but I know it is something I have to endure yearly, like getting my teeth clean– only wish if we have to go through three day waste of time, that ABC would at least put a phone number up for viewers to actually donate to AMFAR and let some real good come out of this tedious yearly ritual.

JD
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JD

I used to feel that way but like them giving the actors a chance to do something different. Great idea on making it real fundraiser tho.

Anne
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Anne

Applause, applause to Ned and Emma. Same to Dylan and KiKi. Overall the Nurses Ball is delightful. Several things, though, bugged me. First allowing Griffin as a priest to strip was kinda sick, even for a soap. Not that he didn’t do a great job. Little Jake is a winning performer, but who would allow a child with Jake’s history and issues to be on a stage singing at this point? He and Franco were great together, but the premise was wrong. I know I’ll be criticized for this, but the idea of pairing Milo and Epiphany was absurd several… Read more »

Harry
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Harry

Anne, you will not be lambasted by the likes of me.
But if I start to explain why Milo and Epiphany are such an incongruous and unbelievable pairing, someone will cry out,”Racist!’ or “Ageist!” or “Body Weight Police!”
The sad thing is that the two actors involved seem to feel it too and look embarrassed.

k/kay
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k/kay

Yep we have gotten so wrapped up in this country with color of skin sexuality that it is getting tiresome! I expect any day for Snicker candy bars to be pulled off the shelves because the black wrapper has to be racist! If there is a God and I am positive in my heart their is he certainly does not care about those things he loves us all!

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Again, Harry–your comments are spot-on!

Pamela
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Pamela

I was captivated by Franco & Jake’s number; wish I could know guitarist’s name and who wrote the song (one and same?). Could not find it on YouTube (although there are other songs with same title). And part III of the ball shown today — can I reveal? — the “You’re Not Alone” rendition by nurse Amy, Sabrina and Epiphany. Made me cry! So many good vocal talents in the GH cast.

Harry
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Harry

Pamela, for a minute there I thought that guitarist was John Meyer.
But I guess if he were John Meyer he’d be hitting on Maxie, Lizzy and Kiki.

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

🙂

Anne
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Anne

Yes, that’s it! Embarrassment. What the writers could have done was create a strong friendship between Milo and Epiphany, kind of like what she had with Patrick, or maybe have Milo work to get E in shape. When Lulu was with Milo when she lost her memory, didn’t he constantly try to get her to work out with him? And she had no body fat whatsover.

JD
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JD

lol

Kevin O.
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Kevin O.

This one is easy and no competition: Ava and Carly’s fight. LOVED IT. (I like how Ava just silently starts taking off her jewelry…)

Alan
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Alan

Ned and Emma were easily the best moment of the show.

The worst moment was a tie between Lucas being unable to find Brad in that “crowd” of 20 people to tell him he was leaving minutes before their nuptials and Carly acting all superior to Ava (I just can’t with Carly and her ridiculous argument that Avery’s murderous mother is an inferior parent compared to Avery’s murderous father who was actually convicted for his crime…)

rebecca1
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rebecca1

So well said…Franco’s inate humanity. This version, Franco2, has evolved into a very complex charactor. Roger injects humor and pathos into the role. His number with Jake completely blew me away…

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Gotta hand him that–RH TRIED in a horrible part!

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Your version of horrible is my version of fantastic Nancy. And I don’t think RH even has to try..

JD
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JD

I’m with Rebecca on this one.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Lol Anne. I’m a Lucy fan but I completely agree with your last paragraph. I commented to Harry in another post that she’s getting on my nerves. Her announcements and intros are just so pretentious, affected…very grating. I find her less so when she’s sincerely frantic!

John
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John

We need Sigmund the duck, with lucy again lol

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Lol

Harry
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Harry

Really?
I mean, she does grate on my nerves at times, but Lynne Herring has a way of allowing her humanity to glint through her character’s eyes. As they did so today when she introduced Robin.
Considering that Lucy is only now on about once a year, it is amazing how Lynne Herring finds her footing as this character so seamlessly.

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Yes!

rebecca1
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rebecca1

I’ve slways loved Scorpio too. We’d probably have to search far and wide to find a viewer who waytched him “back in the day” who doesn’t. I do wonder though where his place would be now…no Sean, Tiffany, Luke, Mac, Holly, Lucky, Frisco, Helena, spy escapades…no Robin! His last few appearances had him uttering a few sentences and sitting in the back of his daughter’s wedding. We can’t recreate the past and I think they finished Anna and Robert’s love story a long time ago. Would I like to see it rekindled? If done right it could be great, dunno.… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Now, now, Harry, give your fellow posters some credit. Cries of ageism have been well warranted in much of the archives here. Racism and “weightism” (I just coined that and Iike it!) exists out here too, as all sites are a microcosm of the real world. But that doesn’t mean you have to like or shouldn’t say you don’t like a particular person or pairing, depends on how it’s expressed and fhe reasoning.
By the way, I responded to your About A Boy and Scorpio reply…it wound up on toward the bottom of rhis page.

Andy G.
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Andy G.

Little Jake’s number posed a musical question for me. Unfortunately, the question was “Are we being punished?”

JD
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JD

oh no! amazing how different folks view things. I loved it on many levels and have watched it several times since on YouTube. No one had really spoken of what Jake may have been thru at the hands of Helena. The song was just right.

KAREN VESCIO
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KAREN VESCIO

what was the song name that kiki sang today

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Sonny Comes Home as Jason and Carly Begin Their Wedding Night

Monday’s episode of General Hospital continued to set the stage for major payoffs in the long and winding road tale of everyone in Port Charles believing Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) is dead.

Only now, with his memory in tact, Sonny is very much alive, no longer living as “Mike” in Nixon Falls. and back in the town which he ruled as the mob kingpin.  Problem is: his wife, Carly (Laura Wright) just got married to his best friend, Jason (Steve Burton) and they are about to have their first night together as newlyweds.  And without all the subplot and subtext, Sonny has no idea that they were first brought together to be a united front to save Sonny’s territory from the ‘Five Families’.  Only now, the two have admitted they truly are in-love with each other.

In story, after the bomb that went off was proven to kill mobsters Buscema and Novak, and not its intended target – the newlyweds – thanks to a double-cross from Ms. Wu – Jason, Carly, and Ms. Wu discuss Cyrus Renault’s (Jeff Kober) involvement and that Wu is happy for Jason and Carly.

 

At the wedding reception, Michael (Chad Duell) gives a touching speech about his mom and Jason and gives the official toast.  Later, Jason and Carly head out after Carly throws the bouquet which Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) catches.

Meanwhile, back in Nixon Falls, Sonny gets out of dodge and away from Nina (Cynthia Watros), thanks to Jax’s (Ingo Rademacher) plane, while Nina gets a visit from Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) and Anna (Finola Hughes), where she admits that Peter (Wes Ramsey) was in Nixon Falls, and caused the fire, and is going to go after Maxie (Kirsten Storms) and the baby.  She does not tell them what she did keeping Sonny away from his family for 9 months.

Anna and Peter split up to find Peter, and Peter’s exit ride hasn’t show up yet to get him out of Nixon Falls, so Anna catches him, gun drawn.

Later at the Corinthos home, Jason and Carly are alone together in the bedroom with wedding night jitters, but Jason says there is no rush as the two kiss, just as Sonny arrives home, smiles, looks around, sees photos of himself with Carly and the family, and heads upstairs!

Will Sonny find the two in each others arms and not tell then he is alive?  Will something call him away? Will Jason and Carly have sex? When will Nina get payback for all that she has done to Carly and Sonny?  Will Peter get away from Anna? Let us know your theories in the comment section below.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Sonny Tells Nina He Knows Exactly Who He Is; Jason & Carly’s Wedding Comes to an Explosive Conclusion

Is it game over for Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros), or does she have another trick up her sleeve to keep Sonny (Maurice Benard) to herself, now that he remembers who is he?

On Friday’s dramatic episode of General Hospital, “Mike” looks to be gone and Sonny has come back in full force complete with a super hero moment escaping from being trapped underneath the beam that had fallen on top of him inside the burning Tan-O.  Sonny makes his escape after inhaling so many fumes, that he needs medical attention and is rushed to the hospital with Nina going along with him.

Inside the hospital, once given the all clear, Phyllis (Joyce Guy) tells Nina, “Mike” is asking for her, while Jax (Ingo Rademacher) pleads to let the doctors handle this situation.  But, Nina heads inside the room to see Sonny.  Then came the dramatic moment that many GH fans were waiting for.  As Nina calls him “Mike, he rips off his oxygen mask in anger and says that his name is Sonny and he remembers everything!  Nina does a pivot, knowing she is caught, and says the name may have have been a fake one, but they cannot deny the way they feel about each other.  She tells him that she honestly loves him and Sonny defiantly tells her NOT to say that.  Meanwhile Jax confirms to Phyllis that Nina always knew that “Mike” was Sonny and hid it from her and Sonny for months!

Back in Port Charles, Jason (Steve Burton) and Carly’s (Laura Wright) wedding comes to a conclusion! No one interrupts the wedding and the two look lovingly at each other to start their new life together as husband and wife.

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After the ceremony, mobsters Ms. Wu, Vincent, and Charles have a moment where she says “be wary of tomorrow”.  Jason and Carly have a moment alone where Jason looks truly in love with Carly now and all of those feelings he had buried for years have now come back to the surface. How will this all play out when Sonny comes back into everyone’s lives, alive and well?

After the reception had ended, Jason and Carly get in their limo to drive away as newlyweds.  She asks Jason what Ms. Wu whispered in his ear at the reception, he says she confirmed something he already knew.  Meanwhile, Vincent and Charles get in their limo.  Charles shares the world is about to be a better place without Carly and Jason in it.

Next, Carly tells the driver to start the car, and we see a bomb device under a car and the chapel blown up as the show comes to its conclusion.

Our bet is that the Novak/Buscema car was blown to bits, not Jarly’s limo thanks to a Wu double-cross, but we shall see next week! Great performances from Maurice Benard, Cynthia Watros, Laura Wright, and Steve Burton throughout this one.

So, what did you think of the moment Sonny told Nina he remembered who he is? What did you think of Jason and Carly’s nuptials? What do you think will happen next? Share your thoughts and theories via the comment section below.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Sonny Remembers Carly Just as She Is Marrying Jason

After nine months of being “Mike”, Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) had a major breakthrough as his memory is all coming back to him now (as the Celine Dion song says), and in the process the Tan-O has burned to the ground, signaling the the probable end to the Nixon Falls arc of the story.

As the story picked-up on Thursday, Nina’s (Cynthia Watros) plot to keep Sonny for herself and away from Carly majorly backfired on her.  Not only does Phyllis (Joyce Guy) now know that Nina lied about “Mike’s” identify the entire time, but Peter August (Wes Ramsey) is running wild and free heading back to Port Charles to claim his baby and Maxie (Kirsten Storms), after setting fire to the building.

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Since “Mike” ran in to save Nina and got hit by a beam in the process, he is alone in the burning Tan-O enveloped by flames, but that triggers the beginning of his memory coming back.

Meanwhile, back in Port Charles, Jason (Steve Burton) and Carly (Laura Wright) are at their wedding, with the five family mob bosses present with a plot of their own and everyone wondering if Jarly will say “I do'”.    The two light a candle together for those loved ones no longer with them … ah, Sonny!

Back the burning Tan-O, Sonny is visited by the vision of the real Mike (Max Gail) who tells him it’s time for him to go home now.  A conflicted Sonny tells Mike he is very happy in Nixon Falls with Nina, but Mike tells him he needs to know his past in order to move forward.  When Sonny has flashes of his violent past it frightens him, and he says whatever family he has is better off without him in their lives.

Jax (Ingo Rademacher) tries to text Maxie while still in Nixon Falls with Nina to watch out for Peter, but she is attending and managing Carly and Sonny’s wedding, so she doesn’t pick up the phone!

Inside the Tan-O, Sonny sees a vision of woman, who when she turns and faces him is Carly. While Sonny is lying on the floor and is engulfed in flames and trapped, Mike tells Sonny he can die as “Mike” or live on as the man he truly is, Sonny.  It is then Sonny calls out “Carly!”

So, what did you think of the episode? Do you think Carly and Jason will get married? Will Sonny tells Nina he remembers? What will Nina’s next move be? Are you glad Sonny seems to have his memory back? The episode featured another strong performance by Maurice Benard.  Share your thoughts below.

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