What Is The Opposite of Caring? And What's Another Word for DREAD?
Things that, even with the judicious consultation of a thesaurus, I cannot adequately describe my lack of interest in. And I know that General Hospital is sort of the underdog this weekend in terms of my interest anyway, what with The Hunger Games AND Mad Men, which are responsible for this driveby posting, but I think that even in a vacuum, I'd be so bored by this that I'd just find myself falling asleep randomly at the very thought of it:
1. Sonny's past with John McBain, which is about as unoriginal as it gets, and considering the show we're watching, that's saying something: a police officer makes it his mission in life to take Sonny down. Snore, right? How many times can we sit through that particular story, especially since we know that it will end with Sonny smiling smugly, escaping the law again and again? BORED!
(I will admit--and I have a feeling that this is going to be a supremely unpopular opinion--to being charmed by McBain, though. His voice is RIDICULOUS in the best sense of the word, like a cartoon villain, and his scenes with Tracy and Alice--GOD, I am just adding to your new perception of me as completely crazed--were amusing. Not charmed enough to have any real hope that this story will go anywhere in the realm of entertainment, but...)
2. Everything, ever, about Steve and Olivia.
Things that will happen if this storyline goes where I think it is going, and where I think it is going is HORRORVILLE, a terrifying place where Jason Morgan's birth is used as fodder for a new story that will ultimately reveal that Jason and FRANCO are (best case scenario) related or (worst case scenario. Worst is probably too positive an adjective to use in this situation) fraternal twins, despite their noted differences in size, coloring, and also age, which would mean that Franco is the son of Alan Quartermaine:
1. I will be writing this blog from the great beyond, because I WILL DIE.