The Day's Most Infuriating Dialogue
You guys, Guza has got to stop with the Laura bashing, or I will not be responsible for my actions.
Luke: Tracy, I'm serious. This marriage has changed me. It's kicked me out of the rut I've been in for so long. And now, no matter where I go, or how long I'm gone, you've given me something I never had before: a reason to come back.
"Never"? Really? Look, I love Luke and Tracy together, I do. And I otherwise loved their scenes together today. But this "you're so much better than my other wife" stuff has got to stop. Since the people who produce and write GH apparently hate Genie Francis, I've tried to stop bitching about how they have to bring Laura back, and have really just enjoyed the hell out of watching Jane Elliot and Anthony Geary together. But I seriously cannot sit through one more goddamned speech from Luke about how Tracy is so much better than Laura. Among others, remember this gem from last year?
Luke: Ok. Ok. I like being Mr. Tracy. First time in my life there's a woman in it who pushes to the edge of my experience, who challenges me. I am your husband, you're my wife, and it will remain that way until you decide otherwise.
I hope Bob Guza has as good a security system at his office as the one on the closet where he keeps Awesome Writer, because otherwise one of these days I'm heading over there with a few cases of eggs and a dream.
P.S. Between saying that line and playing a heart attack like it was straight out of a cartoon, I'm not having an "I heart Tony Geary" kind of day.