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GH: OFFICIAL 20+ Year Vet Out!


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I really don't have an opinion on the actor, except that I really liked him on 'Out of the World'. I do applaud the show for not taking the easy route with this character and for allowing him to remain brain damaged for 20 years. They could have easily just have written that his memories returned and turned him back into a decent guy. Maybe Keesha will return and they will ride off into the sunset together.

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I don't see Jason "leaving town" after he finds out the whole truth about the baby, my guess is he'll find out, have a nice reunion w/Sam, and then die tragically.

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Maybe Keesha will return and they will ride off into the sunset together.

That's fine with me, too! smile.png

Have I told everyone I'm just glad he's leaving? No? Well, I'm just glad. In fact, I'm SO. DAMN. HAPPY. :)

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No wonder they were rushed into bringing Tea back. They've got to wrap up the baby switch story so they can get to SB/Jason's exit. LOL. I don't see Jason "leaving town" after he finds out the whole truth about the baby, my guess is he'll find out, have a nice reunion w/Sam, and then die tragically.

Jason was a tiring, overexposed character but I will miss him a little bit. I didn't hate him as much as most here clearly do. LOL! I am NOT looking forward to Jawn McBain completely taking over his place now rolleyes.gif And in every aspect; I see him becoming BFF's w/Sonny and getting married to Sam by February sweeps.

I don't see a wedding that soon. They've got to get Sam her baby back, then kill off Jason or Nat/Liam (I don't see Ron killing them all but it's possible) then they need to get McBain a job and make have him do his hero routine a couple of times.

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Sadly I think we're stuck with Benard till the end sad.png

*shrug*

Maybe we is, and maybe we ain't. But right now:

Omg. What if they bring in Cameron Mathison to take over the role as a way to throw AMC fans a bone?

Someone just HAD to piss in my cornflakes. dry.png

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I'd never see Cam taking a gig on GH, he was too much of a lifer at AMC to take on a new soap role. He seems happy with his GMA gig and whatever else he's doing

I sort of agree but one thing I like about CamMat is that he strikes me as a whore of the first order. There's nothing he won't do if the money and terms are right. No artistic pride for him. Give him the cash and the outs and you'll have yourself a new Jason!

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