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    I Put It There.

    Tuesday, June 25 2013
    Luke receives a mysterious DVD, Sonny tells Connie about the shooting, and AJ tries to save what's left of his relationship with Elizabeth.

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    Posted by TipsyTess at Tuesday, June 25 2013 03:43 PM

    Hi everyone

    Fashion: every lady needs a crisp white blouse in there closet such as Alexis had on today.
    Franco is somewhat like Todd..they like to nibble. As he and Ava were doing today. I guess he figures why waste the prop..lol
    I had a feeling it was Helena that was making Luke feel ill. Guess he will go to the Swiss Alps to be cured. When he is maybe that is when we will see Robert and Robin.

    Posted by TipsyTess at Tuesday, June 25 2013 03:44 PM

    Liz please don't take that fool AJ back. Just tell him you are going to move slower this time and just go out every once in awhile. Tell him they can see other people.

    Posted by nancy marie at Tuesday, June 25 2013 03:46 PM

    Lily hunter, to address your question--Can the writers write romance. The short answer: No. Not to this point. They SEX scenes "best," to date. Come to think of it, those don't require much writing, do they?
    But I'm willing to give the writers--and TPTB--yet another chance to prove their mettle. I'm waiting for them to write another romance--or, better said, a continuation of the romance between Luke and Laura (yes, you heard correctly--"mature" romances can be the sweetest, if written well) and any of the other characters just standing by--let's say Sonny and Olivia as you suggest. I haven't seen a good romantic scene on GH in a VERY long time. And I'm hungry for it, aren't you?

    Posted by lily hunter at Tuesday, June 25 2013 03:50 PM

    aussie - Intentional.

    I hope you have a great holiday. Great food, great drinks, great experiences, and great romance.

    Posted by lily hunter at Tuesday, June 25 2013 03:56 PM

    OT
    SouthGA - I wishing you great results today.

    Posted by Matthewsmom at Tuesday, June 25 2013 04:02 PM

    What I can't understand is how could Ava know exactly where Franco would be to try and shoot him!! Makes no sense whatsoever. I wish they could explain the backstory on that. Also wish Liz doesnt forgive AJ. Go with Nick he's hot. Even though I hate that little boy haircut he's sporting now. Was great to see Helena having the final say from the grave. You know Luke will find a cure somehow. Connie/Olivia/ Sonny = ZZZZZZZ Having Todd as Franco is just ridiculous too just sayin!

    Posted by hippiethug at Tuesday, June 25 2013 04:02 PM

    Hippie is heading to the pool, it's 115 outside right now and is supposed to be 118 by Friday. Guess where I live?, lol! Have a great day everyone!

    Posted by aussie1 at Tuesday, June 25 2013 04:17 PM

    Thanks lily. Speaking of romance, the hubby and I have booked dinner and champagne up on the Eiffel Tower. We've been there before and it's magical. I can't wait.

    I forgot it was South's procedure today. Bad Aussie.

    South, good luck today. Hope you're feeling well. Keep us updated.

    Posted by Scrimmage at Tuesday, June 25 2013 04:22 PM

    Today's theme, courtesy of the late, great Donna Summer: “Bad girls... (beep-beep), Talkin' bout bad, bad, girls...” www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIzD_M3GQvM

    Let's see, there's Helena (dead and STILL bad), Ava (when she's bad, she's better), Britta and her mom, Frau Blücher (www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdIID_TGwhM) scheming schemes and plotting plots, and to a lesser extent, Carly, Tracy, and Maxie causing all kinds of trouble in their own unique styles. I'll bet you couldn't swing a cat by the tail in PC without smacking a bad girl right in the mouth! “Beep beep” is right.

    There were multiple choices for the LINE OF THE DAY, today. I'm torn between Luke's tip for the delivery guy...

    Luke: “Never rub another man's rhubarb... unless you're making cobbler!”

    … and Tracy's withering zinger, the only question she really had during Helena's entire diatribe, when she mentioned Luke's ex-wife.

    Tracy: “BOVINE? Oh! Laura.”

    OUCH! Only Tracy could pull off that line and make me laugh out loud the way I did. That's why I think I have to go with candidate number two, just for the sheer audacity of the comment.

    A strong runner up for LOTD was AJ's description of Nik's cheesy pick up line he uses on Liz in his imagination.

    AJ (imitating Nikolas): “Whaddaya say we motor over to my island and play “Hide the Scepter?”

    Wow! Dante's got NOTHING on AJ in the cheese department.

    Liz seemed to be enjoying turning the screws on AJ, and I could practically feel his insides twisting, especially when Liz appropriately brought Carly, “the $lut” into the mix, and then they BOTH started ganging up on him. Carly was hilarious in that scene. She was both convincingly remorseful AND thoroughly disgusted with herself, and I think Elizabeth accepted her explanation. First Carly befriends Sam, and now she's making nice with LIZ, and pleading AJ's case? Are pigs flying? Well, I'm glad at least ONE secret is out in the open now. That only leaves about a dozen more.

    Speaking of which, as Carly was asking Liz to forgive AJ, Shawn was pleading her case to Sonny, who didn't look like he was completely buying it. Sure, he's got bigger fish to fry now that he's knows there's another player involved, but I don't think he's going to just forget about it, and let Carly skate on this one, as much as she's hoping he will.

    In her conversation with Shawn when they found his bullet, once again, Carly questioned an essential part of this storyline.

    Carly: “What are the odds against (two identical but unrelated, and unsuccessful murder attempts, by two different parties against the same target, occurring in the same place, at the same EXACT instant)?

    The odds are better that you would be struck by a meteor, while catching a home run ball in a major league ballpark, with a winning lottery ticket in your pocket.

    “So you're saying there's a chance?” Um... no, Dante.

    As Matthewsmom mentioned, the first question of course would be “How did Ava know Frodd would be there at that time?” I guess if she was staying at the MC in a room overlooking the terrace, and she “just happened to” (there's that phrase I can't stand again) have her sniper rifle handy, that she might've taken advantage of a golden opportunity that fell into her lap, but that's about as much coincidence as I'm prepared to swallow. The rest is gag worthy.

    Consider this: What was the point of having Shawn shoot at all? Wouldn't it have been just as dramatic, if not more so, if Shawn had never pulled the trigger because he didn't have a clear shot, but he couldn't convince anyone that there really was another shooter? Who would believe a preposterous story like that? He'd have everybody after him, and that way it wouldn't be nearly so out of character for him as the idea that he could've taken a shot and missed so badly. It also would've been far easier of a plot twist to accept than this “simultaneous errant shots” business.

    The Luke poisoning subplot is stolen directly from a great noir film from 1950, “D.O.A.” starring Edmond O’Brien as an accountant who learns he's been poisoned with a "luminous toxin" and only has hours to live, which he spends trying to find his killer, and learn why they want him dead. The movie was remade in 1988 with Dennis Quaid, but the original black and white version is far superior. At any rate, Luke is either going on a big adventure, or it's time for his vacation. That part is also a mystery.

    Posted by aussie1 at Tuesday, June 25 2013 04:29 PM

    Matthewsmom, I'm also tired of the Sonny/Carly/Olivia triangle. It's written very poorly and lacks substance. Sonny falls in and out of love as often as he changes his undies.

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