Is This Stockholm Syndrome?!
Today, Robin told Victor that she'd go along with his BANANAS plan to bring Helena and Stavros back from the dead so that they could go back to evil-doing and murder, since it would also mean that she could bring Jason back from the dead so that he could go back to blank-staring and...um, murder.
She is going to go along with this INSANE AND CONTRIVED EXIT STORYLINE even though she was JUST released from her years long captivity and only JUST reunited with her husband and her daughter, both of whom I've been led to believe she feels some sort of lingering positivity for--some may even call it "love". She is going to LEAVE FOR PARTS UNKNOWN AND ALSO FILLED WITH INSANE MASTERMINDS almost immediately after her daughter got her back in her life, because that won't lead to any sort of abandonment issues or behavioral problems.
This UNDERWRITTEN AND BIZARRE story, which makes her look CALLOUS AND ALSO DOWN WITH MURDER AND CRAZIES, is happening because it's almost unspeakably sad that Danny is growing up without his father.
TJ: [Growing up without a father] never gets any easier. You always wonder what if? If he were still alive, would things be different?
Robin: Yeah, what if.
Robin: Hey, buddy. I just want you to know something...that your daddy would be here for you if he could. Nothing would keep him away from you.
And all I could say when I realized that Robin was ACTUALLY GOING TO DO THIS...was actually going to put JASON above HERSELF AND HER OWN FAMILY was "...well, yeah. Of course Jason's child is more important than Robin's family. He's Jason's."
Somewhere, Bob Guza is screaming "Yes! YES! She finally gets it! Jason always, Jason forever!" (Can I get sued for slander for implying that Bob Guza reads this blog or still cares about General Hospital? One of those things IS very offensive).