You know what’s tiresome? Yet another child in peril.
Thankfully, as my co-blogger suspected, Josslyn wasn’t really in danger. Psyche! And also, we got to see the new actress make this face for a few episodes:
So cute! It’s like she’s thinking: “I really am sick. I really am sick. I really am sick…” Hee.
Know what else is tiresome? Having to listen to Johnny lament killing Starr’s kid and boyfriend for the millionth time while he continues to hide the truth from everyone he says he cares about. Also, dudes going to the chapel to talk to God whenever it seems like karma might bite them in the ass. (I’m looking at you, Sonny.)
Also, faking us out that they might just put us out of our seething-Johnny-hate misery by having him actually fess up to Starr is not cool.
And — AND! — having to listen to Jason be sanctimonious about Ewen to Liz knowing all the while that he is actually right is not one of my favorite things. OH THE PAIN. OH THE SMUGNESS THAT WE WILL HAVE TO ENDURE. WOE.
(Is it bad that I still kind of like Ewen better than Jason at this point? I know, I know. He potentially put a child in danger, but he feels REALLY bad about it! What? You think what he did is kind of similar to what Johnny did and I am constantly imagining him getting hit in the family jewels with a baseball bat for that? You think my hypocrisy is unreasonable? Um, well, so’s your face!)
But, it is all worth it to see the Davis girls like this:
THEY MADE ME CRY WITH THE PRETTY AND THE SADNESS.
Also happy-making from this situation, Shawn running to Alexis’ bedside:
THE ONLY GOOD THING THAT CAME
OUT OF THE JOHNNY/CARLY PAIRING.
When will I get to see this hotness? I am an impatient woman and I have NEEDS.
I’m just hoping that this new Jerry Jacks crisis is as entertaining as the MetroCourt hostage crisis and not just a regurgitation of the countless previous Port Charles crises. Considering that the cast is more integrated than it has been in years, I think there just might be hope.