Although this production was well done, it reflected more on the pain in her life rather than the good. Though it discussed Genie's teenage addiction to alcohol and cocaine, this portrait made it sound as though her life on General Hospital was hell rather than one of the best experiences in her life. It also reflected on the disappointments of her life such as starring on DAYS, Bare Essence, her high school life of hell, and other things. It left out quite a bit of her life and continued to compare her to Laura and make Genie seem as though her life is empty other than her husband and her children. It left out things like her incredible friendship with Tony Geary (Luke Spencer), her life in the eighties outside of the public eye, her children, her work now at GH, it left out too much and focused too much on the pain in her life. It's almost depressing for me to watch no matter how much I adore Genie.
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