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February 21, 2010

Apparently I Have More than Just GH Episodes to Catch Up On

Sure, catching upon a week's worth of GH was important (well..."important"), but there are other things -- mostly related to mob warfare, physics, and general common sense -- that I have apparently fallen even further behind on.

Because based on Friday's General Hospital, apparently it is completely logical and not guffaw-worthy for an unarmed guy with a bad accent to intentionally step into the middle of a gunfight among mobsters (which takes place in the midst of huge wooden shipping containers, which are always conveniently just stacked on Port Charles' dock for exactly this purpose), bullets flyings, and ask them to stop with a quip about one of the participants being his cigar connection?

I guess I should at least be glad that for once the shooting wasn't set to romantic music.

Comments

Oh I don't know; given the scene in question, romantic music could have been hilarious.

During that scene, for some reason I pictured that scene in Naked Gun 2 and a half, where Frank is shooting at the bad guy from behind a crate or something, and they show them shooting back and forth, and then the camera zooms out and they're like, two feet away from each other.

Killing sprees are only romantic when Sonny or Jase are spraying the bullets. The juxtaposition of sexy tunes= they're such layered sociopaths. It's so boring but I think Guza is living in 1994—the last time that storyline was fresh to a mainstream audience.

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