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TODAY: General Hospital Airs Its 14,000 Episode!

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It’s a another milestone for the longest running soap opera still on the air, General Hospital!

Today, February 23, 2018 marks it’s 14,000 episode broadcast.

All week long gearing up to today’s drama in Port Charles, the GH social media accounts have been posting images of the cast holding a #GH14000 sign.  GH promises some twists and surprises in today’s installment. What could they be?

In the meantime, you can join in the conversation on twitter today telling GH just what has been your favorite GH memory from the past 13,999 episodes.  To do so use #GH14000 in your post, and let the show know what comes to mind in the history of the iconic series.

Share your congrats to GH in the comment section below! Let us know what has been your favorite episode of all-time from the ABC daytime drama series, too!

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Charday
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Charday

Hard to pick one, but probably the Luke and Laura wedding where Luke and Scotty got into the fight. I also remember when Monica gave birth to AJ stuck at home in the snowstorm and blurted out Rick’s name rather than husband Alan.

Michael Kulla
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Michael Kulla

Mine too! Monica knew what she was saying to Leslie. Alan’s revenge with the nursery cave-in…Tracy ready to leave her father to die without his medicine…Heather tripping out on the LSD…”PJ is Steven Lars”…the Phil Brewer murder story…loved the old days of the show.

dan
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dan

All of my favorites too. Phil Brewer murder because of Jesse Brewer! I would add to that list David Hamilton’s murder.

James R. Poissant
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James R. Poissant

The old days of all the soaps were very good because we were always surprised and left hanging on a Friday wishing the weekend would be over to find out what happened on Monday. There was no such things as spoilers and the soaps could tell stories that went on and on and had you swearing at the TV. Those were the best days of soap opera.

vinman
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vinman

Liked Howie &Jane Dawson & mother…alsoDr.Tom Baldwin (Lee’s brother…Scott’s uncle)Audrey’s sister Lucille & Al Weeks…nurse Sharon Pinkham?Meg & India….Diana & Dr.Taylor….have to stop…I am aging myself…@ghfan48 +years.

vinman
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vinman

……forgot the 7th floor nurse’s station

Iakovos
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Iakovos

Thank you Michael Kulla for triggering such great GH memories. I loved the years on GH before the legendary Luke and Laura wedding. The Alana-Monica-Rick triangle. Yes, the whole PJ/Steven Lars deception… the jungle fever storyline was a favorite of mine… But I do recall the stunner of Tracy denying her father his medicine. WOW!

dmr
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dmr

I love watching the wedding on YouTube! I still love Scotty!

Shay
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Shay

@dmr….Not only was Laura’s wedding gown gorgeous…so was she! There was such a stunning luminosity about Genie Francis…she simply glowed from within! I recently was viewing some of her classic Laura episodes and even as a teen, Genie was just so poised and professional…a true joy to behold! I also caught a lot of Jack Wagner’s initial appearances as Frisco…oh my!!! His music made GH in the 80’s….loved Rick Springfield, too! (As himself, Dr. Noah Drake and Eli Love!)

Shay
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Shay

Of course, Luke and Laura’s wedding remains absoutely unforgettable….as well as their Wyndham’s dancing the light fantastic experience and Laura’s return “from the dead!!!” Not to mention the introduction of Frisco Jones!!!! I still remember the moment he sauntered in to Port Charles with that irresistible swagger….and was instantly smitten! Ditto for the arrivals of Robert Scorpio and Anna Devane, Noah Drake, too…these are all iconic characters played by true soap stars that made the ‘80’s the best decade for GH and left a lasting impression which nobody has matched to this day!

Timmm
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Timmm

The 80’s were the best! I loved Grant Putnam/Grant Andrews! Speaking of Frisco, he looks to be dug in working at the Hallmark Channel. It might explain why he doesnt come back to GH. But like I’ve said in the past, the soap is bigger than the actor, recast Frisco!

dmr
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dmr

Oh, the Wyndham’s dancing, loved that-and Laura’s dress-so beautiful!

Celia
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Celia

I heard so much about the Luke and Laura wedding , that I had to look it up!!!! Magical….she was stunning….Luke? Not so much….LOL….that hair?!?! Wish I had been part of that era–actually, love the 60’s and 70’s more. ….who was the IT couple at that time? Monica and Alan? And, speaking of weddings….my 10th anniversary is fast approaching…. What do you think of George Michael’s rendition of, ” The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” for our song…..His voice just gets to me, Shay. I understand songs/music was an important part of soaps back then—that’s gone… Timmm says… Read more »

Celia
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Celia

PS…
LOL, Shay….I became so carried away, I forgot to greet you, mia cara.
You all have such great memories of a time when love and romance were not taken as lightly as today….
I was born too late, bellezza!!

Shay
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Shay

Well done, Jucee!!!! (Sorry CeeCeeGirl, couldn’t resist that one….LOL!) But seriously, congratulations to Dr. Jude and you on your upcoming 10th anniversary! That’s quite an accomplishment these days, but you two are obviously the exception to your lamented notion about love and romance being taken so lightly here in the 21st century! Here’s to many more happy decades together! (And your selection of song is simply perfect for the occasion…it’s a classic and with George’s angelic voice crooning away, it’s all the better!) I am so glad you have finally seen the famous Luke and Laura nuptials…they are one of… Read more »

Celia
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Celia

Hi, Shaybelle, Thank you for your lovely words. The secret to a lifelong marriage? Never make him think he’s right, even when he is….Ha!! Keeps him on his toes, and guessing. And, give him a good, relaxing foot massage…that’ll do it !! HaHa! It does seem that GH was the soap to watch, back in the day? Yet, if you ask my Gran it was “Another World”…… she was crazy about that soap….and I loved it, too. Of course my fave has always been Y&R. My next project (LOL) is Alan and Monica….and so on…. Something else which bothers me… Read more »

Shay
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Shay

@CeeCee…..Oh, you are very welcome…..and correct about the importance of keeping a man on his toes. Always! (Although I’m more partial to the male providing the footrubs! Lol….) At any rate, yeah, the whole Aztec thing was pretty hokey and questionable….If memory serves, Felicia hailed from Texas where her gran “Maria Cummings” (pronounced Mariah, go figure……) had a ranch so she was apparently a South of the Border princess far removed by centuries of mixed bloodlines, I guess. Sort of reminds me of how the British royals have gone furiously digging back eons for any dubious sign of a past… Read more »

Annie
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Annie

I have watched since day one. I remember Angie Costello and her dad. She was in an accident and her face was all bandaged.My favorite actor was Tristen Rogers. He was so good as Scorpio. Loved him with Holly and Anna. Luke and Laura, Tiffany and Sean. Loved all the adventures.
Fresco and Felicia were great as well. General a Hospital takes me away for 1 hr a day and I always enjoy it. Happy 14,000.00!

Janice K Adler
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Janice K Adler

I’ve been watching since the beginning. Here’s to another 14,000!

Debra m
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Debra m

I started watching GH because as a kid I loved Dark Shadows and GH came on right before it . Even though DS went off the air I continued watching and still do all these years later. Hard to pick a favorite episode but still very sentimental over the Luke and Laura years, them dancing in Wyndams department store, the whole on the run story and their wedding. Also anything with Scorpio and Holly, what a sexy couple they made. Have stuck through GH thru the good and bad. Wishing them congratulations and hopefully many more years to come.

brian
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brian

Yes ! the Wyndams department store dancing to “Fascination” Still today whenever I hear that song I think of that scene.

dmr
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dmr

I loved Holly! When I was a little girl, I thought Emma Samms was the most beautiful woman on television! Oh, how I loved Holly Sutton!

dmr
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dmr

Oh gosh, so many wonderful memories from the 80’s and 90’s (unfortunately, not of today): Frisco and Felicia, BJ’s death/Maxie’s heart transplant, SONNY AND BRENDA (90’s version), L & B Records, Eddie Maine, Stone, The Quartermaine’s. I wish that my era included Luke and Laura and Alan, Monica, and Rick (before my time).

Mo
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Mo

Congratulations! I don’t watch now, but did watch at one time.

Patrick
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Patrick

I’ve been … waiting… for a thread… ie: Max Gail. as Mike Corbin it’s just as I suspected… and like @Rebecca1. DID GH rush right in too quickly with Sonny father … ??? alzheimers … or something similar ? I respect the social issue… and applaud this. I had hoped that Mike, would have a chance to cavort , assimilate, adjust and have some FUN in Port Charles. You can clearly see that Max Gail has the chops to do just about anything. how much fun was it to see him… @Kelly serving coffee… and with his zany humor antics… Read more »

Steve
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Steve

Since Mike’s been gone for 7 years, and they recast the role, the potential payoff is reduced.

Longtime fans may recall Wendy Riche wanted to do an Alzheimer’s story with Audrey in the ’90s. After the deeply sad (but well written and acted) stories of BJ and Stone dying, the network wanted something lighter.

Someone mentioned on twitter the other day that the current Alzheimer’s story would be much more impactful if it was Lesley and the impact on Laura. As Denise Williams has been associated with the show for nearly 45 years, I totally concur.

Celia
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Celia

Hey, Steve, I am not familiar with Sonny’s father, but love Max Gail ( BM reruns). The fact that Mike is suffering from Alzheimer’s was obvious to me almost immediately…..The first thing that came to mind was Dina’s ordeal. Did the GH PTB pick up where Y&R left off? So far, I like it….and, as much as my aversion to Sonny’s lifestyle is immense….he is fiend number 1 in my book…. I was surprised to see how well-acted Maurices’s scenes have been with this ‘situation’. This is, actually, the second time ( since watching) in which I am able to… Read more »

Amcknots
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Amcknots

Agree with the Laura Lesley storyline rather than this ! Such a shame

Shay
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Shay

@Steve…Quite frankly, rather than using an older recasted character for this out-of-nowhere storyline, it would have been more timely to broach the subject of this awful affliction in its early onset variety by choosing a current character in the mid-to-late 40’s/50+age range, since this is a medical condition which has been expanding exponentially in real life—-as our good friend k/kay has sadly detailed here in her own posts regarding her dear sister. There is certainly no shortage of candidates from which to choose that would have made excellent subjects for such a challenging tale on GH…including Sonny, Franco…or a few… Read more »

dmr
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dmr

Big and impactful storylines are only allowed if Sonny is somehow involved. Take Faison for example. Somehow, that came to be about Sonny.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Hey Patrick… I’ve been hoping for another Max Gail page, too just so I can scream Gail’s praises! His is turning out to be the most poignant story for me to date. Yes, Anna, Alexis, Maxi, Jason, Drew, etc, etc all had illness but they were a one-two punch and with a magical cure or remission or were “saved.” But this story is just heartbreaking and Max Gail is phenomenal. He is just so “real”…his expressions from his furrowed eyebrows, sad, puppy dog eyes to his beautiful at-once adorable, sweet yet almost quivering smile is tearing my heart to shreds.… Read more »

Debra m
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Debra m

I so agree about Max Gail. He has been so good , just his expressions, those eyes. When he broke down crying today I cried too. I think he is a good influence on Maurice because he has been doing some good acting himself and I have actually seen some real tears in his eyes.

Reed
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Reed

Well said by Patrick, Steve, and Rebecca. Max Gail is putting on a clinic and it’s definitely upping Maurice’s game. While the writing and performances have been stellar of late and I’m generally pleased with the direction of the show, the overall tone of GH these days is pretty heavy, so I hope they have some plans to lighten things up, lest we enter our 55th year on a funeral dirge.

Grant Putnam
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Grant Putnam

He reminds me of the old guy from Whiz Kids

Patrick
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Patrick

Rebecca1: 2 prop(s) “… His will not be a happy outcome and it’s simultaneously moving and difficult to watch ” “…Kudos to the writers and Max Gail…for breaking my heart with a fiction too true ” whether this is copy or for not. altogether a good read for me.. when actors are brought in to “support” the Corinthos pie.. and feature the Corinthos’ lot. I keep a watchful eye. Max Gail, is wherever the mind goes just keep Sonny and Carly out of it watching an actor … of course, in our age range… is eye catching… I can fascinate,… Read more »

Harry
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Harry

Max Gail really is doing a bang up job at showing a macho man suddenly faced with the premise that he will lose control of his faculties. It’s tragic. I didn’t expect to like another story involving Sonny, but I like this one. Maurice is reminding me of why I liked him as an actor in the first place. When he just holds back, stays quiet and stops the damn posturing, he’s actually powerful. The tears glinting in his dark brown eyes as he listened to the doctor tell his dad his prognosis was so sad and something to which… Read more »

Timmm
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Timmm

Grant Putnam was a favorite of mine. I wish they would bring him back along with Jimmy Lee and Celia.

Shay
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Shay

They were quite a romantic triangle way back when, Timmm…would be fun to catch up with them today!

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

I’m with you there, Timmm! Great characters!

Grant Putnam
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Grant Putnam

Hear hear!

Carrie
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Carrie

I liked Jimmy Lee too.

k/kay
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k/kay

The actor who played Jimmy Lee is a builder now he was on the Hallmark Channel in a xmas movie his daughter produced still looks great brilliant blue eyes handsome as ever beautiful grey hair ! Yes!!!

Steve
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Steve

I began watching with my mother back in the mid 70’s, so many come to mind. In chronological order, here are my Top 10: – Heather accidentally drinking the LSD iced tea (thanks to Steven Lars and the lazy susan) – Tracy withholding Edward’s meds while he faked a heart attack – Alan blowing up Rick and Monica’s love nest – Lila discovering AJ’s birthmark proving he’s a Q (Bombay Phenotype) – Out of nowhere, Scotty catching the bouquet a Luke & Laura’s wedding – Robin meeting Robert for the first time – “I Sean Donnely, take thee Elsie Mae… Read more »

Patrick
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Patrick

OK the dam just broke –

“…- Tony dying during the encephalitis epidemic & Bobbie telling him to “go to BJ” “

Shay
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Shay

@Steve…I echo your sentiments about long breaks from GH in the past…many of ours seem to coincide and for the same reasons…my first one came with the advent of the Sonny years….I would check in periodically whenever my favorite ‘80’s characters re-emerged for an appearance, but generally speaking, I didn’t like the mob-soaked direction of the ‘90’s, and most of the characters introduced during that decade really didn’t appeal to me then…anymore than they do now. Even though I always knew what was happening via synopses and such, I simply wasn’t compelled to tune in like I had in previous… Read more »

Reed
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Reed

Steve, your insights and recollections are so spot-on and you contribute such meaningful commentary for the rest of us to feed off of, it would be a shame to lose you as a viewer. It’s like I’m reading an “insiders” point of view with some of your posts, you’re that good. As we celebrate 14k and 55 years—many of which you have been with us for—consider riding out this rough patch with the rest of us. If the Fluke story line wasn’t enough to have you reclaim an hour of your day, then this too shall pass.

Steve
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Steve

Thanks Reed. I’ll still chime in from time to time concerning show history and character formation. The difference between Fluke and the Faison/Devane offspring (who I’ll christen Fake Son) is that we never really knew much about Luke’s upbringing than he had an abusive father. And, they mined show history to bring in Patricia who was actually mentioned back in the 70s. Fake Son takes Anna’s formation story (hiding Robin and that fake scar) and cheapens it. My hope for the payoff on this story is that Valentin and Cesar are using some mind control to make Anna believe she’d… Read more »

Carrie
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Carrie

Steve, you are so right. This was one of my all time fave laugh out loud moments:

– “I Sean Donnely, take thee Elsie Mae Crumholtz to be my lawfully wedded wife”

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Same here!

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Steve, you’ve chosen some wonderful moments! Thanks for the recap!

I fully understand your decision to remove GH from your DVR. I’m with you completely, especially with the situation involving Genie.

And here’s some little-known trivia: I actually possess the “Quartermaine birthmark!” Well, it’s about the same size, in the same location… 🙂

davlestev1
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davlestev1

Some of my FAVORITE moments are Heather-centric ..climbing down that windy pier and supposedly miscarrying-burning her hands in a cast iron frying pan of hot oil deliberately-writing Anne in Diana’s blood-one of the first times she broke out of a psych ward and got in that station wagon lol. Also Mark and GIna Dante and Mark’s crazy wife to name a few. Rick and Jeff’s sister Terry. And Leslie’s first husband Cameron Faulkner. I think they were married and I’m sure Laura was part of the reason they spilt.

davlestev1
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davlestev1

And Audrey’s hilariously strict head nurse sister Lucille Weeks. .who could forget that organ accompanied march through the GH halls and Scotty’s batty real mom Meg. Oh and sensible Gail. And Laura’s adoptive momma bear the Vinings.

davlestev1
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davlestev1

And Jesse befriending/mentoring/mothering Bobbi. Ok Mr. Fairman I’m done. Hope you post all lol.

davlestev1
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davlestev1

Oh do forgive me just two more. The ofF camera boat explosion that killed the twins and Tom returning back to Audrey. .his damaged surgical hand and outright tortured soul. I AM SERIOUSLY DONE.

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Steve, thanks for your reply to me elsewhere in this thread regarding recasts. You make some terrific points with your examples.

Scott (ATWT Fan)
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Scott (ATWT Fan)

Congratulations on 14k episode! And here’s to another 14k!

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Congrats to GH and to us fans! Let’s hope this decades-old show can stay relevant in today’s market so that we don’t lose one of our go-to towns and its people! 😉 Favorite GH moments…loved Bobby’s house when Scott lived there. Always seemed like the “place to be.” Loved Frisco/Felicia (though I ADORE Mac! and love how he stepped in for “his” girls!), Scottie back in the day, Anna/Robert/Holly/Sean/Tiffany…Robin/Stone, Robin/Jason, Stefan/Nicolas at the Cassadine mansion, the arguing Qs…Monica and Ned’s affair…the diner days with Nic, Emily, Lucky, Elizabeth…oh…TOO MANY characters/episodes to name! It was a magical GH time back in… Read more »

Grant Putnam
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Grant Putnam

The diner days were when Rose took over for Joe at Kelly’s, met Jake and hired Ruby. THOSE were the days!!!

Carrie
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Carrie

-The opening theme with the ambulance.
-The foghorn and dingy sound effects always playing in the background any time the characters were near the docks.
-Rick’s free clinic on the waterfront.
-Laura’s “dive” apartment and Luke’s “dive” apartment right above. Their crazy (possibly alcoholic) landlord who was always warning them they better not be holding any orgies. The doors to their dive apartments always stuck.
-Rick and Leslie’s home.
-Campus disco

Steve
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Steve

That Webber set had a good long run, which Phelps/Guza ended when Lisa Niles burned down Mac’s house when she was obsessed with Robin.

Inhabitants included:
Webbers (Rick, Lesley, Ginny, Laura, Amy, Mike, Blackie)
Jones (Tony, Tania, BJ, Lucy)
Charlene & kin (Colton, Decker, Olivia Jerome, others)
Scorpio (Robert, Anna, Mac, Holly, Felicia, Robin, Maxie, Georgie)

Portions of that set have been reused for Elizabeth’s current house. That unusual staggered staircase to nowhere included.

dan
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dan

Congrats to GH on this milestone. I’ve watched forever since the B & W days! I’ve never taken a break even during some terrible writing and times when there was no respect for the history of the show or the characters. I’m old school and my favorite moments are from long ago or whenever long term characters have had great moments. Some favorites: The LSD, Diana Taylor’s murder, Steve and Audrey’s wedding where all of the guests spoke their inner monologues during the ceremony. LOL. I think they have handled certain deaths of longtime characters beautifully. Steve Hardy, Lila, Edward.… Read more »

Shay
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Shay

If the accompanying photo is any indication of Episode#14,000’s subject matter, then it won’t be any cause for celebration! Is hoping for some meaningful flashbacks to the show’s glory days along with a respectful tribute to its beloved legacy characters and storied history too much to ask?

Harry
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Harry

Hmmmm…come on now, Shay. Are you telling me you didn’t enjoy watching Alex lose her virginity for the 100th time the other day to poor, confused Finn?

Shay
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Shay

100, Harry???? Considering we’re talking about Alexis here, I’d venture to say it’s more like batting—-I mean, bedding—-a thousand! It’s certainly time to dispense with the Madonna soundtrack everytime this character claims another victim of her insatiable carnal urges. Poor, confused Finn is right…he looked as though he needed to be treated for shock! And you are the one who correctly first noted that Alexis was moving in for this latest sexkill!

Patrick
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Patrick

looks like the “writers” are nipping in the bud… and kabosh ??? woah seeing that doozy ring up…. loved it 1. does this FREE up Anna 2. does this FREE up Julian HELLO ie: Ned winning the mayoral race. that was quickly decided… as I didn’t see either Alexis OR Ned campaign. which worked out any way… seeing as Ned is the recurring character… and oy do we want to pomp and circumstance Alexis moral standards continually ? I don’t think so @GH clearly see : Alexis and Julian ARE DONE. that now goes to Julian and Kim Anna and… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Kabosh? I hope not, Patrick. I think Alexis and Finn are great together…in or out of bed! I must admit I loved Finn and Anna and still do. But then again, I like Anna and Andre too…and now that he’s back (or at least I hope he’s back and not just for a short run) perhaps they’ll revisit that almost-couple? Thing is, the writers “test” several pairings which is why they sometimes put two characters in each other’s paths and then switch them up. I actually like all the possibilities so far. I still like Alexis with Julian. It’s obvious… Read more »

Shay
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Shay

Oh, Harry…you’ve done it again….made me laugh myself silly! I guess we both enjoy dark humor, because your interpretation of the Nina scenario, along with the proposed modifications ala a deadpan Valentin, were both hilarious! This histrionic character has always been one sandwich, or two or three, short of a picnic hamper and just because she generally manages to keep the lid shut doesn’t mean that the basket case doesn’t escape—-and mightily!—-on numerous occasions…Nina embracing her inner charwoman was just the latest example and I foresee many more unfortunate instances of overemotive scenery-chomping in the future! As for Alexis….there’s yet… Read more »

Timmm
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Timmm

Shay, you must be devastated? GH let us ALL down but not doing one damn thing special for the 14K episode! Oh, the vase cost 14 thousand dollars. Oh, the laughs! I was waiting for past favorites to show up or clips. One idea I had was just showing a court room scene with only the judge speaking and announcing that “Mr. Parrish, you have successfully fulfilled your sentence satisfying the state of New York, you are a free Man” and then show John Stamos hugging Scotty. No dialogue, just a wink!

dmr
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dmr

I remember way back when, when John Stamos made a cameo and had a scene with Kin Shriner, it was hysterical. I love how they have a real-life friendship, after all of these years. I love when our favorites come back for a visit, especially to show-case their talents for the Nurse’s Ball-Rick Springfield, Jack Wagner, etc.

Shay
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Shay

@Timmmbo….Yes, the ‘80’s were the best!!!! Oddly enough, I just re-watched the debut episodes of GH’s “Frisco Jones” over the weekend and I have to say, my memories of how seriously sexy and exciting Jack Wagner’s character was were exactly spot-on! Even now, I remain impressed with the cool, self-possessed and capable style he conveyed from the very first moment he entered the Port Charles canvas…which is quite a departure from the awkward and green male eye candy we constantly see today! As for your suggestion of a recast Frisco? No way, no how!!!! Wagner IS Frisco…period! The notion of… Read more »

Harry
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Harry

Shay, I actually was in hysterics when we suddenly saw Nina, in full Lady Macbeth mode, shrieking as she scrubbed the ketchup stain on Crimson’s carpet. This is Stafford at her scene chewing worst. If there had been some kind of build up to that scene it might not have been so ridiculous but instead you have Valentin coming off the elevator to see Nina on her hands and knees shrieking like a Banshee. I expected Valetnin to see her, shrug and ask in a bored, matter of fact voice, “Oh hello, dear. How’s your day going?” I mean, when… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Guess what, Harry… I couldn’t disagree with you more! (What a surprise, eh?) You’re comparing Laura who MARRIED her rapist to Alexis who DIVORCED her appeared-to-be-at-the-time abuser? Strength? What does falling victim or succumbing to emotional devastation have to do with a person’s ultimate strength. Every human being has a breaking point; if not, they’re probably detached or repressing their emotions. The strength in Alexis is that she DID fall apart and yet she eventually (and realistically, since who falls and gets back up right away) got back up! She got back her license, she’s in a support group, she… Read more »

Rebecca1
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Rebecca1

On a lighter note, in rereading my comment I realized I wrote that it must be like a knife in the heart for Alexis to see Kim flirting with Julian…lol…unlike the knife at her throat he put there. Oh…the irony….;)

rose
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rose

Hard to say which is my favorite. But I do agree with many suggestions given by other GH fans. Would also include some of the shenannigans of Lucy over the years. And anything Cassadine, especially with Helena. Then the Nurses Balls when it really was the must see event of the year showing other talents of GH cast like Epiphany, Magic Milo, Sabrina, with a “real” red carpet and more audience. They had the likes of Ricky Martin, Rick Springfielld, Frisco singing, even Richard Simmons showing up. Hope the writers can get back to more of the fun and adventure… Read more »

dmr
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dmr

What I find odd, is that we are seeing Kevin a lot more nowadays, without Laura, but with Franco…

rebecca1
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rebecca1

I don’t think it’s odd; I’m relieved! By that I mean I’m glad that the unfortunate situation with Genie didn’t trickle down to Kevin. I’ve missed him at the hospital! I hope he’s there to stay…though with the return of Andre, which I’m happy about, too…I’m hoping there’s room for two psychs on board! (Though perhaps if Andre is staying he’ll have a more active role/perhaps romantic role with Anna and resume work with her at the WSB.)

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

And now, if you’ll indulge me, some old-school musings… Picture it: late 1960s/first half of 1970s: all the action takes place at the 7th Floor Nurses Station. Steve Hardy is Chief of Staff. Other doctors include Henry Pinkham, Phil Brewer, James Hobart, Lesley Williams (then Webber), and psychologist Peter Taylor. Nurses include Jane Dawson, Sharon Pinkham, sisters Audrey and Lucille Marsh, Jesse Brewer, and my favorite of all time, Valerie Starrett as Diana Maynard Taylor. Other notable characters include attorney Lee Baldwin, Howie Dawson, and Cameron Faulkner. All of these interesting characters interact with each other, exchanging glances and romances,… Read more »

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Correction: The murder is investigated by Ross Janelle (played by Tony Dow of “Leave It to Beaver” fame).

Harry
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Harry

Well done, James.

vinman
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vinman

Jamesj75….THANKS FOR THE “VERY DETAILED ACCOUNTS of that special time of GH…so much memories of them all.

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Thank YOU, vinman! At an age where I tend to forget things, I am thrilled to be able to remember so much of what was once my favorite show. I can remember certain scenes from those times quite clearly, sometimes even certain lines. Take care, Friend!

dmr
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dmr

It all started for me, around 84-86, with Robert Scorpio, and Frisco and Felicia-especially. Oh, how I miss those days of adventure. It got “heavy” for me during my teenage years with Sonny and Brenda, their apartment above Luke’s, etc. I remember rushing home from high school with anticipation, “will Sonny and Brenda be on today?” I would watch my VHS tapes of their scenes over and over again.

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Hey there, dmr!

Very cool to read about your “first times.” Those years were also terrific. Scorpio iconic: a new leading man template. A little F&F was great after so much L&L. Felicia has always been such a great presence.

PS: I remember times when I would rewatch VHS tapes of the show: wish I still had them…

rose
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rose

dmr…and when they actually had a budget to shoot in locations with beaches, etc. Suggestion…since ABC and Disney go together, and GH is filmed in California, why not use some Disney resort locations to act as more “exotic” places for adventures. As for the Q’s place, Ruby’s, Cassadine, Carly’s house,etc they could introduce a temporary new character who is a home stager.

Violet Lemm
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Violet Lemm

I guess my favorites were from the 60s and 70s., Jesse, Steve, Audrey, Lee and his romantic adventures, Scotty and his. Leslie , Heather, Alan, Tracy and Monica, and the list goes on.
One of my more recent favorites, was Luke’s recollections, while tied up in his childhood basement. The characters being played by Carly as his mom and most interesting , Nelle, as his sister. John Stamos as a very young Blackie, and too many others to mention, are also good memories.!

Michael Kulla
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Michael Kulla

You’re right, Dan. Forgot about that. How about Bobbi and Luke scheming for Laura to miss her curfew?!

heidi
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heidi

Congratulations GH! Well done! Keep going! It’s my fave and always has been for many reasons! It’s an incredible accomplishment to make such great programming on a daily basis for all these years! Yes… we like some characters and stories more than others, it’s hard to have every day of 14,000 episodes hit it right on every moment. I think GH has done the best to make every episode entertaining! Keep up the great work… those of us that love it and have watched for too many years… appreciate the opportunity to escape with our characters and stories!

jeremy
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jeremy

Congrats, GH.. 🙂

vinman
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vinman

…funny true memory. …The Triple L Dinner….a very real “trailer” diner on Rt.31…Newark,NY.

Harry
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Harry

I really can’t add much to what everyone has written here. I pretty much agree with everyone on their choices. Great job, everybody! Thank you for doing the heavy lifting! For me, sometimes it was the every day moments where nothing spectacular happened. For instance, I remember Bobbie sitting on the steps of her Brownstone apartment sulking. Tony threw her a 40th birthday party and for a gift he gave her a certificate for a week’s stay at a spa and retreat. Bobbie, who was battling weight at the time (and she actually spoke of it to Ruby on the… Read more »

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Harry, thanks for your gracious words here and in your reply to me. I think we’ve been here before, Friend…

Also, thank you for refreshing my memory about those scenes with Bobby at the Brownstone! Great stuff. And you’re right: sometimes it’s those “every day moments” that mean so much. We can all take a page from that… Best to you always…

Satan
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Satan

Have to correct Harry on one thing…..

It was the original Carly – Sarah Joy Brown – who seduced Tony to get back at her mom (thinking she deserved it for abandoning her as a baby). Tamara Braun didn’t take over the role until long after that regrettable business was done.

Harry
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Harry

Satan! I am so standing corrected here. What a stupid mistake on my part (whacking head). Yes, I was visualizing Sarah Joy Brown and for some odd reason wrote Tamara Braun.
Sarah Brown was a tour de force and I much preferred her to Tamara.
Now, if I say 10 Hail Satans will you forgive me?
PS. James, thank you–always a pleasure to read your posts.

Satan
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Satan

So where were the big “twists and surprises” in this episode? Did I miss something?

dmr
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dmr

Nope, at best, it was a Tuesday or Wednesday filler episode-NOTHING special or spectacular.

fanmale
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fanmale

The August 1980 episode in which Lesley Webber slapped Monica is my favorite GH episode. Alan had publicly announced that Alan, Jr. was really his biological child (instead of Lesley’s former husband Rick Webber), which resulted in Lesley confronting Monica for concealing the truth. At that point, Monica had been a pest in Lesley’s life for over three years and had caused her much grief and unhappiness. Somehow, Lesley had always managed to display considerable restraint, so it was a thrilling moment when she finally had enough of Monica’s nastiness and smacked her.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Talking about memory!!!! I’m astounded that so many of you remember so many scenes from decades ago and fanmale actually stated the month/year???!!!! Impressed; not in my “wheelhouse!”

k/kay
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k/kay

Luke and Laura dancing on their anniversary I think the15th in the catacombs and everybody thought they were not together the BJ storyline Brad Maule deserved that Emmy his leaning down and trying to hear BJ’s heart after they had given it to Maxie and Felicia dropping to her knees when she realized whose heart had saved her daughter! Awesome

dmr
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dmr

Brad Maule was fabulous in that scene! I remember watching that episode like it was yesterday. I bawled my eyes out!

rebecca1
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rebecca1

I loved Brad Maule; another mistake, killing off Tony. I just watched his death scene on youtube. Why did I put myself through that…too incredibly sad.

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

One other thing (as if I haven’t said enough in this thread already…): A couple of posters have mentioned the LSD iced-tea switch involving Heather Grant and Diana Taylor as well as the murder of Diana, originally presumed to have been perpetrated by Heather. Inexplicably, I was not as invested in these storylines because my beloved Valerie Starrett was no longer in the role of Diana: —When Diana met Heather, the roles were played by Valerie Starrett and Georgane LaPiere, respectively. —When the LSD iced-tea switch occurred, the roles were played by Brooke Bundy and Mary O’Brien, respectively. —When Diana… Read more »

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Correction: insert “Understandably” in place of “Inexplicably.” I meant to say that I inexplicably stayed with the show even after Valerie Starrett left, so understandably I wasn’t as invested in the storyline with a new actress playing the part.

Steve
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Steve

It’s funny that LaPiere feels slighted. Without disrespecting O’Brien, Robin Mattson IS Heather Webber. There’s no going back. Similar to you’re assessment of there really being 2 Dianas, certain replacement actors change the character and you can’t see the original playing that role (or visa versa): David Lewis and John Ingle, both beloved, brought different qualities to Edward. Yet, I couldn’t see DL doing some of the argumentative scenes JI did. If I could only wipe the Jed Allen years out of my memory 🙂 Sonny could never put Sean Kanan’s AJ on a meat hook like he did to… Read more »

Justin
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Justin

It’s unfortunate that they don’t allow Heather, now, to be as terrifying as she was in the early 80’s. Robin Mattson can play vulnerable and then quickly turn into a terrifying, angry psychopath in a matter of seconds. I was a young boy watching the show then, and I was fascinated yet terrified of Heather. A shout out to Mary O’brien, who I thought did an equally good job at being terrifying while hiding out in Diana’s basement spying on her, and then lasing the iced tea with LSD. I remember those following scenes at the hospital where they had… Read more »

cmp874
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cmp874

Yes, Georgane LaPiere is Cher’s half sister, and a very pretty lady, as I recall.

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Thanks for your reply, Justin. Yes, Georganne LaPiere is indeed Cher’s half-sister. As I did an online search to make sure I spelled her name correctly (not an easy one — still got it wrong earlier), I learned, from a 2013 interview, that she regrets leaving the show in the 1970s and she regrets not being asked back to reprise her role in 2004 or 2012 and return to the show along with Richard Dean Anderson (who has still never returned). I also agree with you on Mary O’Brien. From what I read, producer Gloria Monty was really very tough… Read more »

Steve
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Steve

James
Great recap of the actresses playing Diana and Heather. I only remember Brooke Bundy, who memory serves (with the help of YouTube) was a bit “harpy” in the role.

The Heather switch to Robin Mattson was the third big recast in a short time period as Leslie Charleson and Chris Robinson took over the roles of Monica and Rick during Gloria Monty’s early days. Mary O’Brien played the tripping scene fine, but you’re right, Mattson knocked it out of the park in the sanitarium scenes.

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Thanks for your reply, Steve. Your characterization of Bundy’s take on Diana as “harpy” is indeed accurate. To me, it was a completely different character. Tom Donovan is the producer who fired Starrett in 1977, despite her popularity. He wanted to make Diana more of a villain. Starrett’s version of Diana was the sweet, though sometimes neurotic and vulnerable, heroine, and she fought against that major change to the character. And, yes, those recasts of Rick and Monica were monumental but seemed to have worked out well. I do remember the original Monica (Patsy Rahn) and Rick (Michael Gregory) and… Read more »

Timmm
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Timmm

After watching show 14,000, why would I want to watch 14,001?

dmr
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dmr

Oh, Timmm, this made me laugh-SO TRUE! The episode was beyond boring. It wasn’t even a “Friday” episode, more like a Tuesday or Wednesday filler episode. I was hoping for some flashbacks or for some history. Of course, all of my hopes for this show have been dashed over the years.

rose
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rose

dmr…And then for all of Carly and Sonny’s mourning, I have to question their parenting when Morgan was alive. They sent him away to private school. Isn’t that when and where he got in trouble with online gambling, and Kiki and Ava?

rebecca1
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rebecca1

If I remember correctly, Rose, Carly and Jax (when they were married and Morgan was living with them) sent Morgan away to private school to keep him away from Sonny’s business, and influence. He was a great kid and very close to Jax. It seems he felt like he was abandoned or unwanted..and thought that Michael was the favorite of Sonny’s…which drove him to the gambling.

Timmm
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Timmm

I dont have high expectations. I wonder if they dumped the EP if some of our favorites would make their way back?

rose
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rose

Timmm…Wish I had better upbeat, love in the afternoon type suggestions for 14,001, etc., but it looks like more of the continuing saga of Carly mourning the loss of Morgan; Maxie coming to terms with Nathan’s death; Sonny’s dad Mike and his onset of alzheimers which is a terrible disease (and we’ve just been through this with Dina on Y&R with both actors doing a very convincing portrayal of the symptoms); Kevin consulting with Franco instead of Laura. And all at once! So looking for more upbeat stories which may make another GH anniversary list, but not all of these… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Rose…I thought we were going to be spared another Carly talking Morgan hour. NOT that I didn’t sympathize. I was a great defender on the reality of the situation and understood the depth they went to characterize the despair suffered by Carly and Sonny. If they’d shortened their grief (like they did Laura with Nicolas and by having Alexis barely blink an eye at the death of the nephew she was so close with) I would have felt it completely unrealistic and shallow. BUT!… for Carly to rehash (today, Monday the 27th) most of it to Jason (and a good… Read more »

dmr
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dmr

Morgan! Morgan! Morgan! One of the most unlikeable characters on the show in recent history, IMO. Yet, an episode doesn’t go by without a mention of the spoiled brat who disrespected his parents and siblings every chance he got!

rose
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rose

Rebecca…I can’t say parenting is easy, especially nowadays. And being away from his parents at private school sure didn’t help Morgan. And things like the gambling ecaped Carly and Sonny. Plus they may have seen some earlier bipolar red flags had he stayed home. On the other hand he could have been shot like Michael in one of Sonny’s legitimate coffee houses. Damned if you do, or don’t. I received some other unnamed commenter replies. Agree we don’t need any political “dynasties” whether it’s the Kennedy’ s or any other family. That still wouldn’t take away from a “clan” being… Read more »

rose
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rose

Rebecca and Timmm…I think I may have to take a time out on GH after yesterday’s episode. More of the same downer topics…with Maxie, not just Nathan dying, but the possibility of Huntington Disease; now Anna worrying about Huntington for the daughter she’s never seen; Mike with Alztheimers; and you know they will have to do more with Carly and Morgan mourning. I don’t know if they are reflecting the social and cultural time of now with a lot of things out of wack, including guns, or it’s that the writers don’t have any happy ideas anymore like in past… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Rose…just wrote you a response but then lost it. LOL…can’t begin to rewrite it so I’ll give you the recap: Hope you don’t tune out. If you do, at least record it so GH gets the ratings; we need them! You’re right…lots of heavy stories going on now. Max Gail is doing a phenomenal job as is Maurice. Truly exemplary. But too depressing. I’d rather they not have gone this route even though it’s extremely well written/acted. Huntingons…ugh! I HATE medical stories; rather have mob stories. I’m hoping neither Peter or Maxi’s baby has inherited the disease but rather the… Read more »

rose
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rose

Rebecca…I didn’t mean the Joe Kennedy you are speaking of. It’s the younger 30ish version of today. From what I heard quite different than great, great grandpa or whatever. When I mentioned him it wasn’t to endorse him, it was to put legacy/dynasty families that we are familiar with, as far as longevity, in perspective re: how long they last. An exception it seems is the Queen of England and her family. They have adapted and kept having kids.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Oops! Sorry! My mistake! Just reread your comment and obviously you were talking about the younger one; you said you just saw him on TV! LOL! Agree! The younger/LIVING one comes off completely good, caring, compassionate, etc. I’ve watched the videos of him circulating around the web. Impressive! And, yes, the Kennedys have had quite the run and that dynasty as they appeared has lost many…though they have so many generations…children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, etc. while our poor Qs are almost obsolete. They weren’t that big to begin with and the “writers” decided to kill off half of them! Yep;… Read more »

Timmm
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Timmm

I could never take a time out but I do go through more batteries now on my TV remote!

I never made the Q and Kennedy connection but thats an excellent analogy. I wish Wally was on full time, dump that motor mouth of a wife and rebuild the Q family.

Satan
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Satan

In the future when you think of memorable episodes of GH, it will have to be a rare episode where neither Frodd nor Ava was on the show.

Genie Francis got fired and those two miserable f#$%^ have both appeared EVERY day since then???

Seriously, time to dump Frank AND his pets…. and anybody else pushing this dragonshit.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

I like the dragonshite. Sorry; but I’d rather watch Franco and Ava than Laura. And I LIKE Genie and I LIKE Laura and I get that she’s a vet…and a loved one at that. But she had no story!!! Watching her in out-dated too-old-for-her clothes walking her grandson around the park or babysitting Charlotte is not riveting. A run for mayor? No doubt they’ll bring Genie back…and then we’ll see if her story picks up. As it was…comfy like a hot cup of tea; exciting as watching paint dry. With that said, I’d love for Genie to return…and perhaps with… Read more »

Justin
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Justin

there are millions of viewers that no longer watch this show because it’s no longer recognizable. I like Maura West and I think she’s an amazing actress. That said, when I think of General Hospital (and I started watching in 1977), I don’t think of Ava, I think of Bobbie, Laura, Lesley, the Quartermaines. Long time devoted viewers are left out. There’s not reason to tune in.

Is it Genie’s fault that they can’t write for her?

dmr
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dmr

I agree; and they used Laura as a sounding board for her insipid daughter’s lackluster life as a “journalist” and mother-YAWN.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Hi Justin… No; it’s not Genie’s fault. That’s why I said I like her and I like Laura. Unfortunately, the writing for her has been boring to me. BORING. Her character was lackluster…just didn’t/doesn’t do anything for me. With that said, I think they will bring her back and if so, I would welcome an interesting story for her. Her most recent return wasn’t…and as always…it’s subjective. As for the other characters/families you mentioned, I’m a long-time viewer, too. Unfortunately, most of the Quartermaines are gone. Some have retired, some have passed away. Even the actress who played Alice hasn’t… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Thanks for the agreed-upon “yawn” dmr. 🙂 It’s quite risky to speak in the negative about a beloved character; it’s dangerous on these sites!!! LOL.

Justin
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Justin

Amen. Funny, the last memorable episode that I can remember, of recent times, is Laura confronting Valentin over Nikolas’ death. Frank and his pets are killing this show.

Charday
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Charday

Another episode burned into my memory is when Laura, after being “raped” by Luke, was taken to the hospital. Nurse Jessie Brewer comforts Laura by washing her off. Laura said she’ll never been clean again, but the Nurse gently reminds her she has never been dirty. It’s on you tube–search for Luke and Laura ~ After the Terrible Night, Part 2 (Jessie comforts Laura)

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The Cast of General Hospital: The Alzheimer’s Storyline – Delivers The ‘Power Performance of the Week’

General Hospital’s depiction of the battle of Alzheimer’s disease and how it affects the dying, and the loved ones they leave behind, came to its heartbreaking conclusion this past week on the ABC daytime drama series.

Led by storyline standouts: Maurice Benard (Sonny) and Max Gail (Mike), who once again acted their hearts out in their final scenes together, the entire ensemble of actors who were part of this storyline each had their moments and each delivered which made Mike’s passing all the more poignant.

In a first since we started giving out our weekly kudos several years ago, Michael Fairman TV is giving our Power Performance of the Week to the cast of GH who participated in last week’s scenes for their riveting work.

From Laura Wright’s beautiful goodbye scene as Carly with Mike, where she dreams of him telling her she is a ‘daughter to him”, to Steve Burton’s all-knowing Jason, who tells Mike he will take care of Sonny and not to worry, to Michael (Chad Duell) and Josslyn (Eden McCoy) picturing how key moments of their life would look with Mike being witness to it, and the advice he would give his grandchildren, to Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) finding out that Mike is dying while being so far away from his family – each of these beats brought even more heart-tugging moments to the ending of Mike’s journey.

Even the actors who played a part in Mike’s care were touching as Vernee Watson’s Stella prepares Sonny on how to help Mike pass before saying her final goodbye to her friend.  Then there was Felix (Marc Anthony Samuel), who helped Carly and Sonny through Mike’s last moments at Turning Woods, who was also trying to keep it together through his sadness. Brando (Johnny Wactor) showed up at Turning Woods too, trying to make peace with the death he saw in the war in Afghanistan and now losing Mike.

Of course, there was the surprise moment where Mike is met by his late daughter Courtney and escorted to heaven that both Alicia Leigh Willis and Max Gail played so beautifully without saying hardly a word.

But in the end, it was Maurice Benard who showed us the devastation and acceptance of a son having to let his father go, while trying to make peace with their troubled past that was acting at its best, and perhaps some of the finest in his storied daytime career  – and there was Max Gail – the centerpiece of the storyline – who’s emotional heart was seen in all the scenes last week with the actors as the characters visualized moments with Mike.  Throughout the entire story, Gail played the tragedy of a human being trapped within this horrific disease with brilliance.  He will be missed.

So, what do you think of our choice of the cast of General Hospital for this week’s Power Performance of the Week?  Share your comments below.

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Holly’s Alive as Emma Samms Makes a Return to General Hospital

Friday’s cliffhanger ending of General Hospital revealed that Holly is indeed alive and being held captive, but by whom?  Who ever is behind this has her locked away and being watched on a surveillance system.

Viewers saw a hand of someone that is behind the kidnapping, and that Emma Samms made a return to GH in her signature role of Holly Sutton.

Samms, debuted on GH back in 1982, and has come and gone, and come back again to the ABC daytime drama series.  She last appeared back on it in 2015.

Nighttime soap fans remember her fondly as Fallon on ABC’s Dynasty and its spin-off, The Colbys.

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Once the secret was out on her appearance at the end of Friday’s episode,  Samms shared on Twitter: “She’s alive…!”

So what do you think of the twist? That Holly is alive and that Samms was on-screen? Who do you think has Holly? Share your theories below.

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Michael Easton and Rebecca Budig’s Short Film “About a Girl” Receives ‘Outstanding Achievement’ Honor

While you loved them together on-screen on General Hospital as Hayden and Finn, off-screen. Rebecca Budig and Michael Easton came together for a stirring collaboration that just won them accolades at this year’s Best Shorts competition.

Best Shorts is an avant-garde worldwide competition that strives to give talented directors, producers, actors, creative teams and new media creators the positive exposure they deserve. It discovers and honors the achievements of filmmakers who produce high quality shorts and new media.  This film festival receives thousands of submissions from around the world.

About a Girl is directed by Easton while Budig wrote and starred in the short film. lt was honored with the Outstanding Achievement award, which is one of the top two most prestigious given out in the competition.

The story features Budig as a woman struggling with post-partum depression.  The festival said in a review of About A Girl:Deft direction, beautiful craft, achingly authentic performance by Budig.”

Rebecca shared on Twitter after receiving the accolade: “I am so humbled and honored to be included and awarded by @bestshortsand thank everyone involved.”

Two of Easton’s former OLTL co-stars, who have appeared his other short films, Trevor St. John (Ex-Todd later Victor Lord Jr.) and Sherri Saum (Ex-Keri) also appear in About a Girl.

Congratulations to Michael and Rebecca on their winning short  film! Share your kudos via the comment below.

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