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It All Goes Down at Crichton-Clark!

Are you ready for what’s in store this coming week on General Hospital? General Hospital spoilers have revealed that Billy Miller will be taking over the role of Jason Morgan, and General Hospital rumors speculate his arrival to be the week of September 8th, 2014.

Not only Jason and Robin, but many other Port Charles residents seem to have connections with Crichton-Clark. Nina Clay (Michelle Stafford) was hospitalized there when recovering from her coma, Robin Scorpio Drake (Kimberly McCullough) is working there under Victor Cassadine’s (Thaao Penghlis) orders to revive Helena (Constance Towers) and Stavros Cassadine (Robert Kelker-Kelly)from being cryogenically frozen. Robin is also working on bringing Samantha Morgan’s (Kelly Monaco) husband, Jason Morgan back to life. Last week, it was revealed that Levi Dunkleman (Zachary Garred), aka, Peter Harrell Jr, is taking orders from Victor Cassadine. Lulu Falconeri (Emme Rylan) will soon be encountering Stavros Cassadine, and Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms), Nathan West (Ryan Paevey), and Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) are about to find out what is in store for them as well.

With all these characters involved in the Crichton-Clark story line, we cannot help but feel that this coming week is going to be spectacular. In a direct quote from General Hospital’s Head Writer, Ron Carlivati, he states, “It’s all going down at Crichton!”

Check out Carlivati’s tweet to fans!

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New Couple? How Far Will Patrick Go with Sam?

Sam told Patrick how important he is to her- how important he has been to her since Danny got sick. She said she couldn’t have gotten through it without him. He was there for her yesterday and all the time in between. Yesterday, he held her close and let her talk about how much she misses Jason and how up until now, she has felt like he is out there somewhere.

Sam has been there for Patrick throughout the years as well. He has her to lean on when it comes to Robin, Sam has given him advice about Sabrina, and she is helping him investigate everything that happened the night that he and Sabrina were ran off the road. Patrick called Sam his “adventure buddy” but it looks like there may be something more between these two besties.

Patrick has known for some time that there is a possibility Jason is alive. For unselfish reasons, Patrick has not told Sam. Now that he thinks Jason is dead, per Robin’s lie to protect her loved ones, will Patrick go after Sam romantically?

How far do you think Patrick and Sam will take their relationship before Jason comes home to Port Charles?

Do you ship JaSam, Samtrick, or Scrubs?

Let us know which couple you are rooting for!

General Hospital Blog YouTube Video Contest!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hey GH fans! General Hospital Blog is looking for a General Hospital fan who creates montage videos on YouTube. If you like to create music montages for your favorite General Hospital couples or characters and are looking to get more views and publicity for your videos and YouTube channel, then this contest is for you!

General Hospital Blog is holding a contest for the best General Hospital couples video. This round we are asking you to pick your favorite song and super couple, highlighting scenes that display what makes that couple a GH “Super Couple.”

We will be taking submissions via email until 5PM Eastern on Thursday, August 14th. The winner will have their video featured as a main post on General Hospital Blog with a link back to your YouTube channel and credit back to your name. The video will also be featured on General Hospital Blog’s YouTube page for 2 weeks.

If you are creative with YouTube and love making videos for your favorite GH couple, please submit your creation to generalhospitalblog82@gmail.com by Wednesday, August 13th.

 

If you don’t create YouTube videos yourself, please SHARE this post so another candidate can have a chance to create a winning masterpiece!

 

We look forward to your submissions, good luck!

 

Jason Morgan… RECAST with a Y&R Star?

The latest and largest rumor circulating the soap opera scene is that the legendary character of Jason Morgan is set to be recast. Steve Burton left General Hospital after playing Jason Quartermaine (Morgan) for 21 years. After the actor left GH, he soon signed a contract with The Young and the Restless.

Fans have been missing their beloved Jason for a little over a year now. We have mourned his loss right alongside his wife Sam, his family, and friends. When Jason was shot and kicked off the docks at Pier 52 by Cesar Faison, it left it sort of open ended for the actor and/or character to return to the canvas. Now that Sam has been trying to move on with Dr. Silas Clay, would this be the time for Jason’s return? Sam had been talking to Patrick about his miracle in getting his wife Robin back, and she seems to be accepting after all this time, that Jason is not going to come back to her. She said to Patrick, “There’s only one miracle to go around.”

One source suggests that perhaps the role of Jason will be taken over by former Y&R actor Billy Miller. Miller has been recently replaced by David Tom in his role on The Young and the Restless. This leaves Billy Miller open to the role. Nothing has been confirmed and there is no story line in place as of yet.

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General Hospital’s 50th Anniversary: What GH Means to Me

General Hospital is the longest running television drama in history. For 50 years this outstanding show has been hitting our airwaves. I wasn’t around for it’s first episode on April 1st, 1963, I wasn’t even around for it’s 10 year anniversary in 1973. As a matter of fact, I was only 1 year old when the show hit it’s 20 year mark in 1983. It wasn’t until a little after that 3rd decade that I could actually start to really understand what was going on. In the early 90′s I was a pre-teen/teen with a Mom and an older Sister who watched religiously. I too, began rushing home from school to prepare a snack and wait for 3 O’clock for what would become my most favorite show of all time.

To many kids my age in the early 90′s, flannel shirts, Nirvana, Tupac Shazur, and Guess Jeans were huge. In my world, Jagger, Brenda, Karen and Sonny were my main focus when it came to extracurricular activities. I remember when Jagger, Karen, and Jason got stranded on the island. I can still recite lines from those scenes. I can still hear Jagger’s authentic Italian accent taunt Jason with sarcasm while trying to figure out survival tactics, “Oh I think um, we can order take out, whaddaya say?” And in response to Jason wanting to make spears to kill fish Jagger says, “Why don’t we make a gun, and shoot ‘em?!” Those lines play in my head as if it were yesterday. But we all know it wasn’t yesterday. It was almost 20 years ago when I got hooked on General Hospital. 20 years of laughter, excitement, drama, tears, anticipation, and falling in love with my favorite characters and couples. 20 years of bonding with my Mom, Sister, girlfriends and husband. My husband has been watching with me now for about 10 years. I got him interested when Ric Lansing had Carly chained to a wall in a panic room in the house he shared with Elizabeth. That may be one of my favorite story lines still today. Not just because of it’s intense excitement and unpredictability, but also because during that time GH formed yet another bond between myself and someone else who could share in the show’s greatness. Not long after that my husband really got into the Sonny story lines with the mob. A guy in his late teens to early 20′s watching General Hospital? Well when the mob is involved, why the heck not?!

A few years later introduced the couple that would change my view on soap opera super couples forever. In case you don’t know who my all time favorite couple is, it is Jason and Sam. Or as we fans like to call them, JaSam. Jason and Sam were like no other couple on TV. Sure they had their typical break up, make up, and love triangle issues as every good daytime couple did. But they had something more. First of all, they were the epitome of “badass.” Excuse my language but that word bests describes the adventurous side of Jason and Sam’s relationship. Even though Jason was Sam’s protector, Sam could hold her own and as a team they got things done. Aside from JaSam being completely “badass,” many aspects of their relationship felt real, as if it hit close to home. Their laughter, their nights in ordering take out Chinese, they way he protected her, the star necklace he gave her, and near the end when he gave her his Grandmother Lila Quartermaine’s ring as her wedding ring. Those are things the real life couples do together. I will never forget the way these two actors/characters touched my life, and the memories of watching them grow on screen will forever remain in my heart.

Fast forward to this week’s 50th Anniversary celebration. I have to express how outstandingly well everything came together. Not only were the surprises like Ethan, Alan, Emily, and Rick Webber enough to send fans into excitement induced hyperventilation, but the over all emotion of the show was positively overwhelming. Dr. Patrick Drake was the perfect person to talk about the history of General Hospital. A strong, brilliant doctor much like Dr. Steve Hardy was, Dr. Drake has become a legend and anchor at General Hospital. His relationship, marriage, and life he built with the great Dr. Robin Scorpio reminds me of those that came before them, Steve and Audrey and Alan and Monica, and set the stage for this wonderful American tradition to continue.

Throughout the years I have stuck by GH’s side as a devoted fan. I am a lover of the history and all it stands for. I cherish the characters old and new and hold a special place in my heart for something that I was able to share with my Mom for so many years.  I know that if she were here today to see General Hospital turn 50, we would be celebrating together and reminiscing of all the characters and stories that have come and gone.

I want to congratulate each and every person who has ever been a part of General Hospital on this monumental milestone and thank them for finding a way to move in and take up residence in the hearts of their truest fans. Happy 50th anniversary General Hospital.