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    Tuesday, September 11 2012
    Shawn and Sonny rescue Alexis, Johnny and Carly spend precious moments together, and Edward gives Emma a gift.

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    Posted by mamajj at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:29 PM

    watfan...Todd drove. Carly sat in the back w/Johnny.

    Posted by bayoubtr at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:30 PM

    Whoa, polonium 210? Isn't that what that Russian spy died of a few years ago? And I think it's the same thing some people believe Arafat expired from. Jerry's not looking too bad for a walking nuke.

    Posted by mamajj at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:30 PM

    Carly is a 1%er. All the 1%er's went to meet Jerry.

    Posted by mamajj at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:31 PM

    Well except for Tracy who went to the hospital to be tested.

    Posted by misvicky at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:31 PM

    The scene between Tracy, Edward Monica Patrick Emma was soooo good made me want to cry, the show was great....Lulu??
    love John Mcbain and Todd are such a great fit on this show...from OLTL

    Posted by marta1 at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:35 PM

    Well stories like GH helping crazy people to copy situation, GH is most violent show, I watch just part of it and click my remote, get away from violence and sex, seems to me some people enjoy stories like that I can see from all comments.

    Posted by fromthestart at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:35 PM

    Will be watching GH in about 25 minutes or so here in the Phoenix area.....In the meantime what I fear may be coming to pass. As I stated earlier this morning...Lulu will next be working as an Air Traffic Controller in the PC Control Tower....Will I be shoved out of my job just because she is blonde, younger, and prettier....The world is not fair sometimes.

    Posted by ransomha at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:38 PM

    I'm with Lulu, i'd want to be with my husband until the end.

    Carly was trying to save herself and PC FOR her kids. Joss is fine and her boys are safe.

    Loved seeing Edward.

    Shep: You said it!

    Posted by Scrimmage at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:40 PM

    I never cry watching movies or TV. For some reason, on occasion I do have a tendency to get a lump in my throat or a little teary-eyed whenever I watch a heartfelt scene of bonding between a father and his son, but even then I don't cry. Ever!

    Until today.

    I was just as scared as Tracy was for Edward when Monica clumsily broke the news about the death of someone close to them both, who turned out to be the invisible Cook, and I was just as angry that she (and the writers) would tease us about something like that. Then, I got a little choked up when they wheeled a visibly weak Edward on to the set, and I could see how fragile he looked. Like Edward, I too was moved by the silent expressiveness of the brief scene where Patrick wrapped his arms around his beautiful, dying daughter, just the same way she caressed and protected her beloved koala bear. It's a tribute to the great actor that John Ingle is that I could glean a multitude of thoughts and emotions from the look in his wonderfully expressive eyes, and on his still handsome face, without the need for him to say a word, but when he spoke his single, and possibly last line on the show, a hoarse “I love you too” to his own first born child, I lost it.

    I was blubbering like a baby from that point on, when he smiled at Emma, and all through Tracy's magnificent summation of the life of a flawed man who did great things, and was loved by his family and his many friends. I'm still crying even as I type this because even though I don't know for sure, I fear that this will be the last time we will ever see Edward Quartermaine, the standard bearer for all patriarchs of daytime drama, or his portrayer the great John Ingle. I am grateful for his professionalism as an actor, and for the many years of entertainment he provided, and I wish him all the best. I will miss Edward terribly. Port Charles and General Hospital will not be the same without him.

    Posted by fromthestart at Tuesday, September 11 2012 01:40 PM

    **********OFF TOPIC - WELL MAYBE NOT*****************

    Again as I said earlier today...I watched 9/11 tributes last night - I will do so again tonight....It brings back very sad memories of that day.....And all posters have mentioned it, either on yesterday's posts or todays posts....and everyone is entitled to handle it the best they can......there is no correct way.....

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