Poor Ingo Rademacher.
Sure, he's not the only person to have a job that basically consists of doing the same exact thing three times a week, every week, since the late 90s. He's not even the only person on General Hospital who has that kind of job! But STILL! What must it be like to open a script, read a mildly reworded version of the same sentence you've been saying for years, say that sentence with gusto, rarely phoning it in, and then get fired?!
Jax: Sonny and Jason are dangerous.
Olivia (who, really, should be better than this. She shouldn't even be able to say Sonny's name without choking on rage because she should still be--rightly!--appalled and horrified and furious about the the time he SHOT HER UNARMED SON IN THE CHEST. But no, she defends him. Why? I don't know. Because the writers are creatively bankrupt, mostly. Ugh. Will I ever be over this? If Dante is, I probably should be. This is a very long parenthetical notation, isn't it?): Okay, I don't want to quibble over semantics, Jax. Their business is dangerous. They themselves are not. That's a very important distinction.
They, the mafia boss and his loyal hitman who we have both seen kill and/or wound on-screen (people and glass stemware alike), are not dangerous. THE BUSINESS is dangerous, but they are not. The weapons they carry and the targets on the heads of everyone who interacts with them are also not a danger. I wonder if this also means that Anthony Zacchara is not dangerous and if he, too, is just an innocent bystander who happens to be stuck in a dangerous world?
This effing show.