Port Charles has a new hire at General Hospital. My name is Dr. Riley, and I’m a Human Relations Analyst. It’s my job to watch people and sum up their situation in just a few short sentences. I’m basically the tell-all for who’s who in Port Charles and I am not shy about what I do. I like to stir the pot and keep it hot!
This week was fascinating for me. I picked up on a few deceptions and observed how strong love can be, for some. This is the weekly round-up:
Nina and Franco are arguing over having children. Franco is pretty much against it because in his eyes all of their viable options to do so seem to have passed them by. Or have they? Maxie points out that maybe Nina shouldn’t have been so quick to believe the word of her cousin Brit when it came to her fertility. I say Maxie is right and Nina should just jump back in sack with Franco and try without him knowing. He may be more open to it, if it’s already in motion.
Maxie and Nathan are doing well. They have a great chemistry. I hope their decision to leave the past in the past does not haunt them later. We never did find out about Claudette. But something tells me that we haven’t heard the last of her. Nathan needs to just let it out or he may ruin what they have together in the long run.
Dante and Lulu are trying so hard. They need to change their surroundings and move. Start fresh and jump right back into their life together. The passion is still there and they definitely care for one another. It’s just hard for them to move on when everywhere they turn they see reminders of the pain they’ve caused each other. They should be fine in time though!
Sonny and Carly get an A+ for finally accepting that there were and will always be consequences for their actions in the past and doing the whole on again off again marriage only hurts them in the end. They belong together and will stay together. She understands why he does the things he does and he understands her erraticism. They compliment each other and them realizing that breaking up never solved anything for them is the best thing they could have done at this time. They need to stand together for Morgan. He’s a mess. One they created.
Morgan and Kiki are tortured souls, desperate to be with each other, but also aware that mayhem results when they are with each other. Their love runs deeper than meets the eye. They need each other more than they know and other people may think. In order for them to heal, I think they need as much of each other as they can get. She finally woke up for a moment, to call out for Morgan, after he left the room.
Nickolas and Hayden are doomed. They genuinely care for one another, but their whole life together is built on a pillar lies. It’s only a matter of time before it comes crashing down. I’m sure Helena has something in store to make that happen at the reading of her will. We shall see what she has planned from beyond! I don’t think their marriage will survive the outcome of Helena’s final wishes.
Elizabeth needs a double dose of honey to sooth her bitterness toward Hayden for marrying Nikolas. She needs to butt out and just take care of her boys. She’s so desperate for attention and to be loved, she may actually be considering forming a relationship with Franco! Pathetic.
Jason and Sam need to keep forming their new bond. It seems to be working. Their love is still there, and the chemistry is as strong as it ever was! Let’s hope Liz stays out of the way this time.
The final rundown folks! :
Mike needs to get over Sabrina and move on. It’s not his baby and he is far too successful to be hung up on her.
Julian Jerome is not as mob-free as he says. He is most definitely hiding something still. Alexis made a mistake marrying him and she will soon find that out.
Tracy Q may not be as sick as she seems. Her illness could be caused by Mexican-bacteria she picked up while down there. This is great news. If only someone would let Dr. Munro do his job more often, they may already have known this.
Jordan and Andre should just call it quits. They both have too many secrets lurking in the dark.
This week’s lesson: Lies are not a solid foundation to build relationships on. The ones still standing are honest and those teetering on a breakdown have been lying for some time. Whose lies will be revealed next week? It should be interesting to hear what’s in Helena’s Will. I can’t wait to analyze that!