Did you know that in most hospitals a "Code Pink" means 'missing baby"? I learned that in my Uncle John's Bathroom Reader. (I am obsessed with those types of trivia books). Now you know too!
Well, WHAT A WEEK! I do have a lot to say, so settle in. Grab a coffee. Or two. We birthed some BABIES!!
|Bus Stop Birthing Baby Banshee Scene!|
KeMo did a great job of havin' the kid without ever HAVING a kid herself. Pretty realistic. I know the JaSammers are mad about John being there and I even think it stinks for that fanbase. HOWEVER, the way Jason's being written, I am hoping he's run over by a steam roller at some point. What a dick. Even Carly saw he was being one. (and she's CARLY!!) I'm sure Jason will "fall in love" with the baby even though he thinks it's Franco's and we're supposed to just say "Forgiven"...well not this chick. Clint Eastwood and I say: UNFORGIVEN!
The births themselves were fine I guess...the camera cuts were so OLTL. I really REALLY wish someday they show how a REAL birth goes--you can't detach the kid from the mom until the afterbirth is delivered yada yada. I mean, we see it on TLC all the time, maybe it's time for Soaps to hit some reality. Then again, maybe not.
Speaking of "reality"--- Krissy's reality show? Come on. First of all, it was funny when David Vicker's did it on OLTL because well, he's David-- and it was a bit fresh. I hear they run "The Naked Heiress" on Y&R?? I don't watch that show but people say it's similar.
Kristina, having 1/2 Corinthos in her. KNOWS you don't rat out the family. (Watch Mob Wives) Second, Kristina, having 1/4 of Cassadine in her would have just sent her parents a thank you note and continued on at school, trying to sleep/con her way through college. It was fun for the first 3 minutes, then--not so much. Plus, this Krissy is going to make me hate her and fast. I don't think she's a bad actress per se. But you do see her being a bitch without having seen this one be 'good'. Even Molly looked way confused.
AZ in the wheelbarrow. Ok, besides a stinkin' corpse-- the whole thing was hilarious because of Heather. She's just awesome. The outfit-- the car ride was done really well. Campy yes, but enjoyable ride. Todd and Heather meeting at a cabin in the woods (with a sick baby no less?) Priceless. "I know something about babies" says Heather. Yeah, like where to get a healthy one with no questions asked!!
Luke and Tracy at the PCPD was classic. Luke talking to Lulu about keeping quiet and law enforcement was typical Luke. I missed Lucky for a minute in those scenes.
SCENE OF THE WEEK: There were a lot of great ones but I'm giving it to another subtle moment that came in the shape of Spinelli's face. Like Brandon Barash last week, Bradford managed to show heartbreak, anguish and angst all within a fleeting moment of time.
NOT the SCENE OF THE WEEK: Sonny and Jason talking about Sam and why she "left" Jason. Just hated the writing. SBu's face was mostly a blank slate which he 'reused' again during his talk with Carly. Just didn't like it.
So, are you enjoying the NuGH? I think it's totally a Cartini production now. They can't say there's lingering stories anymore. I enjoy it immensely some days and others? meh. I keep waiting for something--not sure what...but something. I still feel things are untethered. I give this week a B: for BABY BOYS!! ahahhaa. Get it?
HAPPY DIAMOND JUBILEE!! Today is the Thames procession!! Jubilee BELL BOAT and Royal Row Boats!! eeeee! Watch on BBCA. British Wubby Hubby and I are having a Pimms!