I think most of this week's GH didn't suck, you guys. That's the nicest thing I've been able to say about this show in a while. I think it helps that the characters weren't spending a fifth week on Halloween night. That stupid, redundant, plot-hole-ridden sweeps event being over would have been cause enough for celebration, but then there was a stellar episode, some decent ones following it, and a downright eeee!-worthy moment to cap off the week. But for you, I tried really hard to be hypercritical and pick even the good shows apart. I'm really giving of my time in that way.
Elizabeth's eulogy for her best friend Emily was mostly lovely, and I especially liked the several nods to history, but a couple of parts confused me.
Liz: Epiphany, Emily was especially fond of you. . . . She was always so appreciative of your sage advice, and your belief in her future as a doctor.
Epiphany garnered a mention? Really?
Sometimes I think everything nonsensical associated with Epiphany is just Bob Guza trying to exact revenge on Mallory.
Liz: There is someone else I would like to mention: Jason. He owned a unique place in Emily's heart. A place reserved only for him. He wasn't just her brother, he was her hero. Jason couldn't be here today, but I couldn't talk about Emily and not say his name.
Oh for god's sake. Under this writing team, nobody can talk about laundry and not say Jason's name. Or Chinese food. Or algebra.