It seems as though an All My Children writer caught an episode of General Hospital in which the fawning over Jason was at a fever pitch. "Oh, you think that's propping?", the AMC writer may have scoffed. "I'll show you propping. I'll prop like propping's never been propped before!", adding a decisive "PROP!" for good measure.
How else can you explain today's episode of AMC, which should have been titled "goodRyangoodIsgoodAgoodGoodgoodMan".
Tad: You're different...that moral compass of yours would point you right straight to prison.
Madison: Greenlee says it's the hero thing. That's part of what makes Ryan so attractive.
Madison: His bravery and his selflessness is part of what makes Ryan such an amazing man.
Tad: Ryan Lavery is a good man. He's got friends, he's got family, and Hayward is Hayward. If you ask me, the real crime would be letting Ryan go to prison for doing something like that.
Liza: You don't know how much this is absolutely killing me, to go after one of the finest men in this town.
The only thing less subtle would be a lavish musical number with feathers, and jazz hands, and background singers shimmying while holding signs saying "Ryan Is A Good Man!"
And to think I had been almost not dreading this episode, thanks to this intriguing description on my DVR!
The mystery of the secret drawer's contents continue.
Does that sound like the blurb for a particularly awesome Nancy Drew book or what? Well, the more accurate DVR descrition would have read OMG, VOMIT.