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  1. As much as I like ME, I just can't invest in the kooky Dr. Finn. I'm not sure why not. It could be because the character kind of violates GH's traditional portrayal of doctors. Even if a doctor or nurse was a villain, somehow, they still had professional integrity (that is, if they were a regular, permanent character). I really don't know if Dr. Finn is worth rooting for or not. He cares, but not in a Dr. Hardy kind of way.
  2. Awesome! I am so glad they brought Olivia Jerome back from the dead. Speaking of bringing back the dead, I've often wondered why they don't bring the character of Cheryl Stansbury back from that same era. She was Julian's true love, not Alexis. And it would give RC and JZ both something to do, that's for sure. I think alot of viewers would love for JZ to have a real story. I know I would.
  3. It appears that the Olivia Jerome story was wrapped up and I was sorry to see TW leave. The wrap-up was less than spectacular, though. Carly was talking too much while holding the gun on OJ, so, viewers knew that someone was going to prevent her from pulling the fatal trigger. I did call one thing right--the writers did miss the Lucy Coe connection with OJ. I know alot of people didn't care for it, but I liked this story and thought it was fun. I really can't think of anything else going on with the show right now that will similarly hold my interest, except for maybe seeing how they are going to handle JE's impending departure.
  4. I agree that a big part of the OJ return has been a transparent effort to rehabilitate the character of Julian's image that most viewers will simply not forgive. However, I have still enjoyed Olivia J's return. This time, the writers made good use of history and used it to tremendous advantage. While it is true that under Marcus/Palumbo, Olivia was not a comic book villain, if you view the old footage, the character of Victor Jerome, Olivia J. and Julian's father was. So, now as the "elder Jerome", perhaps Olivia J. has taken over his spot.
  5. Though neither brought GH stellar ratings, I liked both Marcus and Palumbo. Marcus was the first writer since Marland to truly give characters like Steve, Audrey, and Jessie some decent scenes, and the fact that both Mr. Carlivati and Jelly have used so much of Palumbo's old story material for the present speaks for itself. I never thought about Olivia J and her possible boy-toy collection--hey, maybe she has Morgan locked up somewhere as a willing sex slave! That idea isn't any less campy than Casey the Space Alien!
  6. I know I stand alone, but I have really enjoyed the ride with this Olivia Jerome story. I think Olivia should give up on the whole Duke thing already and just hook up with Rudge. A woman has needs, after all. Anyone could become a bit unhinged if they haven't, well, you know, in 26 years.
  7. Hallelujah! We now know who Nelle really is! To me, while in a way the reveal was interesting to watch, I found this "big reveal" to be remarkably restrained compared to, for example, the reveal that Carly slept with Sonny and that Sonny killed AJ at Carly and Franco's wedding, which was written under Mr. Carlivati's tenure. I'm just glad this Nelle thing is finally over. The brightest spot in the story for me was Bobbie and Felicia's involvement in it. On a more positive note, I disagree with some of the other posters here. I have loved every second of Tonja Walker's return as Liv Jerome, and I'll be sad to see her go. I think the Liv storyline has probably been Jelly's best since they took over at GH. The only thing I think they have missed with it so far is the Lucy Coe connection, and my guess is it won't be mentioned or addressed.
  8. Hmmmmm. Mother and "son" like each other and actually get along. Nah, on a soap, they'd have to hate each other for that to work. lol
  9. I think the thing that I liked about the Olivia Jerome character in the late 80s and early 90s is how much strong emotion she could bring out in scenes with characters like Anna, Lucy, and (the original) Julian. Some good ones can still be found on YouTube.
  10. I have liked how they are doing flashbacks using the original scenes from the late 80s and early 90s for the "Liv" Jerome story on GH. Someone has done their homework for a change, and I am very happy about that. I know this story isn't everybody's cup of tea, but, I have loved TW's return, even if it is only a short-term return.
  11. I think GF has already done great work in the past with illness/breakdown, but FH never had an illness storyline while on GH, as far as I can remember. So this is something different for FH to play. I think if the writers were smart, they would capitalize on Laura's strong maternal instinct to drive story, the same way they did for Lesley/Laura back in the good old days. Based on how strong Laura's maternal instinct is, I can see her going toe to toe with any Cassadine, kicking their asses, and winning!
  12. Felicia stepped away to take a phone call in private, and while she was gone, Nelle and Michael had some time alone, and Michael went on and on about how Felicia and Bobbie were the best of friends! Michael leaves, Felicia returns, not knowing the cat is out of the bag. :-(
  13. Disappointed that Felicia's cover got blown on the 2/13 episode.
  14. I consider Nelle to be Jelly's version of Levi Dunkleman, aka Peter Harrell, Jr., with Nelle having weird revenge-for-a-parent issues, like Levi, or at least, that is what the hints seem to be implying. I kind of liked Sabrina when she was still in the "before she became a fairy-princess" stage. I'm hoping that the Bobbie-Felicia angle can save the Nelle story, before it is too late. C'mon, Jelly. Speed it up on this one, and please, let Bobbie and Felecia be the ones to blow it sky high. I know that is what I'd like to see.
  15. I'm guessing it was either writers Elizabeth Korte or Christopher Whitesell who remembered Felicia's sleuthing past.