Richest in Money, Richest In Comic Timing
Maybe it's for the best that I deleted today's episode of General Hospital as soon as the recording ended (it's like a reflex for me at this point, driven by a desire not to have GH tainting my innocent DVR and before you start on your "You do realize that your cable box is an inanimate object, don't you?", I'm just going to tell you that there was a point in the summer of 2008 that my DVR just spontaneously stopped recording the show. Coincidence? I think not, okay? I think not. And anyway, I'm trying to break myself of this habit, especially now that the show is, you know...good), because I probably would have watched it endlessly until I could recite the entire exchange between Todd, Carly, Tracy, Sonny and Johnny, and then I'd go around reciting it endlessly and it would drive everybody around me mad with worry and annoyance.
This also means that I couldn't do a rewatch to get a finer grasp on what happened during the first half of the episode, which got interrupted by a weather report, or during the non-1% parts of the second half of the episode, which got interrupted by my rage stroke at Steve Webber who is a self-righteous douche of a douche, but let's be real: we all want to talk about Todd. He makes everyone better. Even SONNY was FUNNY!
Kate: Did you stash [Joe Jr.] in the trunk?
Sonny: Hey, I would never use my own car!
Todd: You are still married to a very handsome, very tall, very blue-eyed billionaire. are still married to a very handsome very tall very blue eyed billionaire.
Todd: Oh, look, Johnny, there's a kid's table. Help yourself to some soup.
Todd: It's like It's a Wonderful Life, except starring Joe Pesci.
Johnny: You know that cash that we stashed at that place next to that thing where we buried that person?
Todd: You do know where Jimmy Hoffa's buried, don't you?
Sonny: I'll tell you later.
I love laughing at this show on purpose.