@Tyler2929: About to tape a show that made be proud to be a part of GH. Thank you.
That up there is a tweet from Tyler Christopher (Nikolas) this morning. Geesh, changing his tune a LOT from the past week's interviews where he basically says he's done with GH and isn't taping. Wonder what's up?!! Laura Wright also tweeted about working with a bunch of people today. Gedstern is MIA today so I don't even have a hint!! I might hazard a guess at an intervention for Ol' Luke??! Speaking of:
As for Luke’s endgame, Geary says there’s only one option in his mind: “I'd like him to kill himself. It seems the only appropriate way for a superman to go.
What's up!!? Ready for the transplant aftermath and all it's JOY!!? Luke getting held at gunpoint by Jason? woo hoo!! Good times, good times.
A Kardashian is on One Life To Live. Wendy Williams too..heck whatever it takes to keep that amazing show on the air!! The show today was AWESOME!! They just get it right, imo. Porno movies, tabloid shows, murder stuff that makes sense, Tess/Jess/Mess.. David Vickers. heh. Vicky said "Tuc Watkins" should play David Vickers in the movie of the week. OMG, HYSTERICAL!! The actors they mentioned? "Someone really, really bad to play Clint, maybe Mel Gibson"?? Did you know Tuc played Dr. Dorman who was Monica's boy-toy? He also got Emily hooked on drugs. Dang.
And poor Kourtney K was awful wow..just really bad. She needed some coaching. Or editing. Or not to be on at all!
Sorry to blog so much on OLTL but it's just priceless. The stories all merge, the writing is top notch and it's so not afraid to make fun of itself. *sigh*. Rama on the couch watching TV when Clint comes in-- The "Hold the Pepperoni" Porn stupidness. Loved Dorian/David getting hitched. David talking about multiple personalities and then winking at Vicky! Oh too much.
Well, if anyone knows anyone that works on OLTL and wants to be my source, hook me up. It makes GH look even more uneven/boring/sad than it already is.
GENERAL HOSPITAL: Eh... here we go. I shall try to be nice. I'm just so over this whole mumbo-jumbo. I was thinking: Edward could visit Brenda, but not be around for the Jake thing. I DO think they could have told both he and Monica, they just didn't want to bother. Also, Monica was around to tell Liz how much Aidan looked like Lucky, but not for the other story. MADDENING!
Mabby getting it on. Her stipper apartment is gorge, eh? UGH, didn't really dig it. Abner did have to help Michael with the bra straps. Too much for me. oy.
More Lucky/Luke... oh heartbreaking. I love that TG is playing it believing that Luke isn't an alcoholic. That's exactly what "Luke" would want!! Today's scenes between those two were perfection. Luke trying to prove he can take his liquor.. drinking in front of Lucky. Wow.. I love Tracy but I so wish Genie were around for this. I love how it has to be the drinking for Lucky to handle. Jane was amazing as usual.. Luke flips the table over after the FLASHBACKS of little Lucky and Foster! eeeeeeeee! :sobbing:
"If that's what you need to believe. If that comforts you and gets you through the night, fine. It was my drinking that killed Jake.
"I don't hate you.... I could never hate you Dad...and I know, that you love me-- just like I loved Jake".. says Lucky #GH
Jason goes to the bar, Luke pulls a gun out and says :use it: ... dah dah dah!!
Liz/Lulu: Eh, Don't care.
There's actually a whole article about the transplant story.
From the LA Times:
If the patient loses all essential brain function, he or she could certainly be a kidney donor, provided that blood pressure is maintained at reasonable levels so the kidneys don't get damaged. However, it's very unlikely that Josslyn, with cancer in both her kidneys, would require or qualify for a transplant. Kidney cancer in a young child is usually a Wilms tumor, says Dr. William Carroll, professor of pediatric oncology and director of the NYU Cancer Institute. It is generally highly curable with a combination of chemotherapy, partial kidney removal and sometimes radiation. Even if a cancer develops in the remaining kidney, a transplant would still not be indicated. "I've never heard of a kidney transplant being needed or used in such a case," Carroll says.