There are two things that I could do without on General Hospital.
Number one: Robin obsessing over the fact that her baby constantly cries while she is taking care of her and doesn’t cry around just about every other person on the planet.
And number two: mob violence.
Monday’s episode, happily, was void of the first and pretty much void of the second.
Which in itself was an improvement over some of the more recent episodes.
But more than that, there were a couple of good things coming out of Monday’s episode.
Top of my list – Luke (Tony Geary) and Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn).
The two have such a good rapport and an ease and comfort, that I just loved that scene with the two of them commiserating about their respective love lives.
Dontcha just love the way he calls her Natasha?
I just chuckle every time he does it.
Another thing that got my attention: FBI guy and Jason (Steve Burton).
Although I don’t like the mob stuff in general, I found FBI guy’s offer to Jason interesting.
Jason didn’t dismiss the agent’s offer to give Jason immunity in exchange for information on Sonny and Anthony Zacchara that would bring both of them down.
What I really liked was the way the agent brought up Jason’s history.
Although we all know how once upon a time Jason was a promising doctor-to-be, it’s sometimes easy to forget given that he’s been in the mob for so long.
And, I have to say, I would be very interested to see what would ensue if Jason takes him up on the offer.
So I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

One thought on “A Couple of Good Things on General Hospital

  1. Jennifer
    December 22, 2008 at 12:18 pm

    yeah, I’m so over obsessive Robin. I know characters tend to change over the years or in GH’s case, assasinated, but I REALLY miss oldRobin. The Jason/FBI s/l could be good but I won’t hold my breath on that one.