WOW! What an ending to GH today! Heather Webber stating to ANNA, Robin’s own Mother, nonetheless, that Robin is alive. What a shock! I am so excited they are touching on the Robin story a lot sooner than expected. Even if Kimberly McCullough is not ready to come back to GH full term, I appreciate the fact that the story is not just being forgotten and suddenly brought up months or years down the road. Giving us a taste of what is coming is the perfect way to keep the fans wanting more. I don’t know about everyone else, but I am LOVING how these story lines are not drawn out for months on end. It seems more fast paced now. I am not getting bored with anything. They really know how to keep us on our toes. Heather Webber, played by Robin Mattson is one of my favorite characters. She is the perfect villain, and plays the crazy oh so well. Since she has been on the show, the plots have been so exciting, dramatic, and suspenseful. It was such a great move bringing this long time GH character back to the canvas. It is still uncertain if Kimberly McCullough is back to reprise the role of Robin long term. Kimberly is loved by all and it would be such an asset to the show to have her back. Scrubs was an amazing duo. Their family was a realistic reflection of family life. Working parents, an adorable child, a loving Grandma, and a doting Grandfather figure. Little Emma will get her Mother back some day. If only that could be true for every child…. oh the beauty of soaps. 🙂
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