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    Friday, October 04 2013
    Mac and Anna visit Robert in Switzerland, Luke finds out why Jerry hasn't killed him, and Sabrina confronts Carlos.

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    Posted by gmahoma at Saturday, October 05 2013 10:27 AM

    Robert,even in a hospital gown, soooooo good to lay eyes on you! Not many men can pull off that look!!!

    Posted by queensgirl at Saturday, October 05 2013 10:31 AM

    Welcome back Robert!

    Posted by Scrimmage at Saturday, October 05 2013 10:37 AM

    As I recall, Mac was a mercenary, who was hired to blow up a ship in PC harbor. Robert, who was the PC Police Commissioner at the time, rushed down to the docks to help with rescue efforts, and pulled a guy out of the water who was swimming to shore. When they were face to face, Mac and Robert recognized each other, and without a word, Robert punched Mac in the face, knocking him back into the drink, and turned to walk away.

    Their reunion on Friday was much friendlier.

    Posted by Scrimmage at Saturday, October 05 2013 10:44 AM

    Someone who was horrified at Robert's rough treatment of a blast survivor asked him, “Who was that guy?” and Robert said, “He's my brother.” That's how we all were introduced to Mac Scorpio.

    Posted by gmahoma at Saturday, October 05 2013 10:47 AM

    Casey1- I'll stab at it-
    Did I pass?

    Posted by Scrimmage at Saturday, October 05 2013 10:58 AM

    Here's a link to that episode which originally aired on Feb. 14, 1991. The scene is at the very end, naturally. Actually, it wasn't so much of a punch as it was a push, and it was Anna who asked Robert who the guy was.

    Posted by bayoubtr at Saturday, October 05 2013 11:30 AM

    Scrimmage-- Thanks for the link. I enjoyed watching that one. It was definitely the time of the "big hair". Loved Tracy's long, dark sleek do.

    Posted by raineysmom at Saturday, October 05 2013 11:30 AM


    Happy Birthday to the SO! Hope you both had a great time celebrating yesterday!


    Bayou and all in Karen's path stay safe!!


    ON TOPIC....

    Haven't seen Thursday and Friday shows but will catch up this weekend. Have read the recaps and most of the comments. Friday sounds like a winner! Yay! Robert is back!

    Everyone have a great weekend! I'll be back!

    GO RAVENS!!!!!!

    Posted by akita at Saturday, October 05 2013 11:50 AM

    Scrimmage - My point is that it's wrong!. I don't care about accents only appearance. I was referring to most men on gh. It was Sonny, carlos, and a few others. Maybe you don't know and that's ok but we do and its a compl misconception. They need to do a little more research. Btw carlos looks super greasy and so does sonny.. why isn't mac or luke or any other guy with that look? Bc they are not Hispanic or portraying one. Fyi - my mother-in-law looks like Ava jerome and so does my sisters in law. All my cousins here in eyes and completely blonde. I won't even comment on my appearance. It would just be nice to see more reality.

    Posted by Cynic at Saturday, October 05 2013 01:28 PM

    Akita, I don't want to get into a slanging match here, but did you READ my post. "If the writers did not portray all Latins as dark haired with olive complexions, hair oil, and heavy accents, we would not know that they were supposed to be Latins, at least that is the way TPTB think". The implication was that the people who write this stuff THINK we need to be hit over the head with stereotypes, NOT that I cannot tell the difference. My entire post was stressing the differences I have observed between people in south and central America. Quite frankly, if there is any insult it should be to me; but I will let that go.

    I am constantly baffled by the fact that although I am an American and have a degree in English literature and grammar from a UK university, I am so often misinterpreted by people in the US as if I am speaking in a different language. What comes out of my mouth is not what people seem to hear. I know that individual words have different meanings between regions, but no matter how I qualify a statement, someone will manage to take offence. My late husband, an Australian, once greatly offended a woman when he thought he was complimenting her by calling her homely. Apparently this is an insult in the US, but not in other countries. and I still don't understand why. The British interpretation is "plain and simple but cozy and comfortable, as in one's own home." For some reason in the US it has come to mean ugly and unattractive. I would not be surprised it wars have not started over less.

    I could list many, many words which have changed their meaning. Softie, which used to mean kind, now seems to mean wimpy. Gay once mean cheerful and happy. Suffer once meant allow. In the 600 years since Chaucer, English has changed beyond recognition. Even Shakespeare is best followed with a dictionary to grasp the different meaning of the words at that time. misplaced apostrophe or comma can radically change the meaning of a sentence.

    Before jumping on your high horse and taking offence, I suggest that you read posts carefully and don't jump to conclusions. Yes, I AM deliberately using British spelling.

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