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The Balance of General Hospital

Posted by on Tuesday, January 12, 2016,
As written by GHH member genhos63

Some positive comments on the balance I am beginning to see in Port Charles. Lulu is working at the Haunted Star where Johhny is hiding out- an interesting dynamic between these characters and I enjoy seeing them together. The New Year's Eve party was fun to watch. Nina and Curtis- good chemistry, jealous Franco- fun, Nina is naive about men- also fun to watch. Curtis knowing Franco from his cop days- Curtis is a nice introduction of a new character. He is mov...

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Michael Pays The Price

Posted by on Tuesday, November 11, 2014,
As written by GHH member shayla:

I consider myself more of a Carly fan than AJ fan, but as a Carly fan, she absolutely used Michael as a pawn when she was trying to destroy her mother's marriage to Tony Jones, and lied to both Tony and AJ. AJ did many awful things, he was weak, cruel and selfish and I will never excuse him. I don't think anyone could ever try and pass him off as a saint. Certainly the Quartermaine's were never written as saints, their faults were always on display, and made fu...

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History, Memory, and the Disappearing Woman: General Hospital’s Rape Problem

Posted by on Sunday, September 30, 2012,

As written by GHH member TVAcademic

I admit that, as a feminist soap opera viewer (okay, I only watch General Hospital), I balance a delicate paradox: I am often both within and without the narrative, appreciating the long-ranging story and its feminine applications/implications while at the same time balking at its often reactionary views of gender, class, and race/ethnicity. But I’m not particularly comfortable with binaries in general, so I live inside this paradox, comfortably vaci...

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