By Michele Dargan
One thing that I’m liking on One Life To Live these days is new BFF’s John McBain and Brody Lovett.
Easton and Lawson play very well off each other and, as far as I’m concerned, command the viewer’s attention.
Check out these scenes as McBain explains to Lovett about the diabolical Mitch Laurence.
The chemistry of the two cops working together has been evident to me since Brody joined the police force and began working with the seasoned veteran cop, McBain.
This video shows the aftermath of Laurence’s stabbing as Brody springs into action, unaware as to exactly what happened and sensing there’s more to the story….
And how about the video below where Brody interviews Laurence in the hospital?
It was great the way Brody remains basically unfazed while he questions arch-villain Mitch Laurence following his “self-inflicted stabbing as Laurence goes through all his machinations.
Roscoe Born as Mitch is so good at playing a psycho, isn’t he?
How about when he’s SCREAMING at Brody to search McBain for the letter opener…And when Brody doesn’t move, Mitch asks why he’s not searching McBain?
But before Brody can answer, McBain says sooo matter-of-factly, “Because you’re in-sane and everybody knows it!”
Yes, John is compromising everything he stands for as a cop to cover up Natalie stabbing Mitch….
But, you see, that’s what I love about McBain. He’s so loyal to a fault and he will do anything to protect those he cares about – even if it means he goes down for it.
Frankly, I can see the writing on the wall….or, at least I think I can.
I’m thinking the writers are going to reunite John and Natalie for round 3 of Jolie.
Just a guess.
And here’s another guess.
Marty’s been conspicuously absent from John’s life lately…and I’m thinking they may be bringing back Thorsten Kaye as Patrick Thornhart, which would reunite him with real-life wife Susan Haskell as Marty.
Kaye is not moving with All My Children to California. And they never found Patrick’s body in Ireland….
Getting back to John and Brody….
Did you notice – at the end – John tells Brody to make a full report of everything that was said – keeping Brody clean from the entire situation.
Again, McBain puts himself on the line to protect everyone else.
You see, I always go for the “good guys.” I never really quite got the concept of falling for the bad boys and evil doers….just not my thing.
So, in my book, good guys finish first.
Which puts McBain and Lovett at the top of the list.