|Yes, I Googled "Scrub Sink"|
Well. This week was so HUGE it took me a whole day to digest it. Usually I can start Sunday Surgery on Saturday night but I really needed some time to ....reflect. Things came in waves and by Friday my head was ready to explode. (but in a good way)!
So, put on your google-goggles and let's get crackin. I think I'll even have a little Bloody Mary to go with the scrubs today!
I actually was still pretty ill on Monday and Tuesday so those days are mostly a blur. Haunted Star Valentine's party...Starr and Michael making the whoop instead of closing down the bar, Nurse Betty all guilty over the cop's death yada yada. Emma telling Britt she hates her still. Maxie confessing to her Daddy and I think EllieSPinelli made an appearance too.
That's right, Scotty showed up and and started blabbing all over that he was Laura's "Fiance" . Kin Shriner is as delightfully smarmy now as ever! And the hair? As Luke described it "Troll like". Seeing he, Luke and Laura all pretty on the Haunted Starr deck made me feel like a girlie again. :giggle: Scotty even "forgave" Lulu for "killing" his son. Hmmmm. Did he really or is it all a game? We shall see!!
THEN, there's this gal...
Whoa. Someone better take her to a therapist quick or she's gonna need electro-shock.
If that wasn't enough, we also had the CALEB Morley "is he or isn't he" a blood sucking Vampire saga. Molly goes and breaks McBain and Rafe out of jail. Lucy sets a fire and runs for it. Now the three of them end up in the dead professor's office to happen upon a creepy old book that has the BAT RING in it. :giggle: BAT ring.
Anyway, John Googles the guy, finds out he's really Stephen Clay, a rock and roller (which may explain the hairstyle choice) who THOUGHT he was a vampire, went nuts after his wife died and was sent to an asylum.
Ok, well...his dead wife looks just like Sam (and he looks JUST like McBain but hey who's counting) --and now he's got her in his clutches. There's also the question of Rafe, who's this guy's kid. Lucy still believes Caleb is a vampire, even though he may have tricked her into thinking he was with his BAT RING and all.
Which is a clever way to not only weave Port Charles lore into GH but to also turn it on it's head and say: Ah, all a ruse-- and I say just sit back and let it wash over you like the Holy Soap Spirit.
Go with it. Because this shall lead us to a great unsolved mystery we've all been wondering about: Sam's real father. Plus, I may get some McBam sex once that stupid OLTL Prospect Park deal is cleared up and Michael Easton can get his ass back to GH.
PHEW! I need a cig after all that! If you're confused just remember this: "Caleb Morley" is really Stephen Clay who is a sociopathic psycho who believes himself to BE a vampire and Sam to be Livvy.
SCENE OF THE WEEK: Kate realizes Sonny slept with Connie. "the woman that destroyed my life". Sonny's face was full of guilt and Kate's was full of disgust.
RUNNER UP: Frisco basically tells Britt to back off or he'll "clean her up" like he does the bad guys in the WSB. Proving that he can be a bad-ass when it comes to protecting and defending his kid. Even though he hasn't seen her in years, and even though she's lying about the surrogate baby she's carrying, he's still her father, and willing to reverse blackmail and threaten to prove it.
PROP OF THE WEEK: Well. There. She Is. HElllloooooooooo Gorgeous!! Even though you were a fake, you were spectacular!
Exhausting week but a good one. I'm interested in seeing how the whole Luke/Laura/Scotty thing plays out when hindsight is 20/20. I'm super excited for the "Caleb/Livvy" stuff next week too.
Once again, thank you to Lisa W for the fabulous screen cappies I use each week. They really enhance the blog bits!
OSCARS tonight! I'll be here in my Zac Posen dress all ready with a scotch. I saw only one nominated film this year and that's "Lincoln". (which I found very interesting but very exhausting as well). I do recommend "Moonrise Kingdom" as a fun quirky movie that's out on DVD now. I think it's up for best original screenplay. My son saw ALL nine noms and like Django and Amore the best. (which are polar opposites). He also liked Argo a lot. Which did you see?