Families, friends, enemies and lovers experience life-changing events in the large upstate New York city of Port Charles, which has a busy hospital, upscale hotel, cozy diner and dangerous waterfront frequented by the criminal underworld.
Nathan's questions about Griffin's gunshot scar make the doctor uncomfortable. Jason convinces Elizabeth to cancel Jake's art therapy with Franco. Alexis faces an interrogation about Hale's death. To...
Carly asks Finn for help identifying Josslyn's kidney donor. Kristina's date Aaron makes a good first impression with Sonny. Julian tells Alexis he didn't kill the witness, but she isn't reassured. ...
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During the original show up through the 1970s, the show primarily covered Dr. Steve Hardy (John Beradino) and his friend, Nurse Jessie Brewer (Emily McLaughlin). Late in the 1970s, the show was doing badly in the ratings, so a new executive producer, Gloria Monty, decided to move the show's focus away from the hospital and onto material more relevant to a younger audience than the stereotypical "bored housewife", thus bringing in Luke and Laura, (Anthony Geary and Genie Francis) and eventually having them marry in a stereotypical fantasy wedding that would not be matched until the real-life marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana. Written by
The show celebrated its 10,000th episode on 17 April 2002. See more »
Your job - it ends up hurting everybody in the end, including the people that you'd die for. Oh, God. Jason, Michael is - he is the most wonderful kid in the world. He is so warm and loving, and he trusts. Pretty soon, Michael is going to shut down, and he won't even be able to let someone teach him how to play catch, because the only people he's allowed to trust are you and Sonny.
And you. He can trust you.
Oh, really? Well, for how long? You know, I don't agree with the way that Sonny's ...
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When I was a kid in the 70s, I watched soaps with my mother. It was all the ABC ones. All My Children, One Life to Live and General Hospital. When I was about 12 or 13. Luke and Laura got married, I wanted to see it so bad, I told my mother I was sick and stayed home from school. Over the years I stopped watching the other two and stuck with GH. It's still the best soap I've ever seen. It's not as good as it used to be but it's good. I would love to see less Sonny and Carly and more Luke and (whoever). When Luke was the hero, the show as truly great. Since now it's all about Sonny, it's getting really boring. The same old mobster stuff, Sonny isn't heroic he's a crook.
Maybe in the future GH will regain it's backbone. Maybe draw clear lines between good and evil like it did in it's hey day.
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