(Week of April 13 - 17)
I loved the double pregnancy test cliffhanger! Regardless of Carly and Claudia's outcome, the way they shot both women facing their 'stick' dilemma was really cool. I especially loved when Jason said, "I don't want to touch it." Now that's a friend!
We know that Sarah Joy Brown signed a new contract in January, so I'm assuming that Sonny doesn't have her whacked. But still, I can't stop wondering how that would play out if he did. Would he shoot her himself? Would he have Jason do it? It makes me uncomfortable to think about, yet here I am, thinking about it.
I don't know about you, but I recoiled when Rebecca laid into Helena for being such a wicked witch. Doesn't that girl know who she's dealing with? If she's truly not in cahoots with Helena, she has a bull's eye on her forehead now if she didn't already. And in this case, I'd kind of like to see the old lady succeed. I wasn't a big Emily fan, and the mouthier, less sophisticated version isn't doing much for me either.
There was another instance last week that made my jaw drop. How about when Robin slapped Patrick for spying on her while she went out on a date and even made out with another guy? Everyone knows that a man shouldn't raise a hand to a woman, but I don't get why some women think it's okay to hit a man. We're the first to whine and complain about a double standard except when it suits us. Every time I see a woman smack a man I am ashamed of my gender.
It was so sad on Friday when Spinelli came over to Maxie's place and spoke like a deflated normal person. She has it coming but it was hard to see his sadness, don't you think?
The favorite line of the week feature is back, but that's because we had the pleasure of seeing Luke this week. When he was explaining his relationship with Helena to Ethan he said, "We have this sick psycho sexual connection that involves scorpions and piano wire." That about sums it up alright.
So there you have it guys, everything that meant anything to me last week. You?
-Julie Clark Robinson