The Decade's Most Accurate Dialogue?
I'm both really busy and really lazy (not as difficult a combo as you might think), so I don't think GH will get a Week in Review anytime soon, but I could not let this gem go by without comment:
Kate: Sonny, did it ever occur to you that you might be just as successful legally?
Sonny: I like what I do. I mean, you know, I know it's wrong, but I'm willing to, you know, do everything I can to get what I want, and I do everything in my heart to protect the people who are around me. I don't -– I don't want to. I don't want to stop. Whatever it costs.
I have recovered enough from my shock and awe to say: THANK YOU, Awesome Writer, for having Sonny finally speak the truth. He knows it's wrong and it will hurt the people around him, but he LOVES being in the mafia. Now can you talk to your colleagues and explain that it's fine for this guy to be one of the bad guys, it's when they hold him up as part of the moral center of the show (the other half of said center being his hitman) that they run into problems? By "problems" you probably know what I mean -- shins, pointy heels, the usual. Thanks in advance for your help!