When Brenda's assistant Suzanne arrived on General Hospital, well, she came baring gifts (see what I did there?). Now, wherever she goes--Rome, Port Charles--it's a sure bet that her overexposed cleavage will be leading the way. Suzanne is an attractive woman, but she's doing herself a disservice with this far-from-flattering look day in and day out. It also doesn't help that she appears to have gotten a really bad sunburn on her chest and forgotten to moisturize afterwards--the words wrinkled, discolored and blotchy come to mind. Plus, if her tops' necklines get any lower, GH is going to have to move over to cable.
Here's hoping those brusk upstate New York winters encourage Suzanne to invest in some turtlenecks and scarves.
I like to refer to it as "glass-shattering," and no offense to Jason, but I think it's Brenda's best defense against the Balkan. Yes, I'm talking about that maniacal laugh of hers that she breaks into without warning. Cities may crumble in the wake of that high-pitched cackle. I love Brenda to pieces, but her laugh, much like her assistant's cleavage, could be categorized as a weapon of mass destruction. Not to mention, I have a hard time believing that anything is truly THAT funny.
Lucky's Irish Accent and Attire
When Lucky went undercover as Ronan O'Reilly, he adopted an Irish brogue and an unfortunate wardrobe that I'm sure General Hospital felt just screamed "Irish gun-for-hire." (More like "tacky," GH wardrobe peeps.) Both have quickly become irritating. I'm convinced that Jonathan Jackson had to learn an Irish accent for a previous role, and not wanting the skill to go to waste, has insisted it be written into his GH scripts. If you recall, he also pulled out "The Logue" (Lucky brogue) when trying to break into Helena's residence in Greece to save his father.
I'm hopeful though that we're getting a reprieve from both the accent and that black, plastic, garbage bag-looking jacket he's been wearing for weeks now. Now that Siobhan knows his true identity, he doesn't have to keep up the accent as much, and on Friday's episode, he finally lost that fashion don't of a jacket. Just because you're playing a killer, Lucky, doesn't mean you can't look good doing it. And no, black plastic does not make you look older than 14, or any tougher. The pinkie ring's a nice touch though.
Ethan and Maya's Dance Sequences
I think you all know how I feel about these. If by some chance you don't, click here.
Siobhan's Knit Caps
I've never been to Ireland, but I am going to give the fine folks of that country far more fashion credit than GH has, if the way they've been dressing "Ronan" and Siobhan is any indication. While, just like Lucky's jacket, we may be getting a reprieve from Siobhan's hats--as Friday was the first day we actually saw the top of her head--for weeks now, she's been running around Dublin wearing oversized caps that made me wonder, "Just what in the world is she hiding under there?!" (The best suggestion I heard--I can't remember if it was my own or someone else's on Twitter--was the corpse of the real Ronan O'Reilly ... hee hee.)
I'm not sure what the weather is like in Ireland at this time of year, but Siobhan seems to be the only one trying to ward off the cold.
Dante's Badge Necklace
I guess at some point GH decided that we may forget that Dante's a cop, so they strung a ginormous badge around his neck to remind us. Or perhaps its true purpose is to deflect bullets, should his father Sonny decide to shoot him point-blank in the chest again. Dante's continued to wear it, even after blinding a man on the docks after the sun reflected off of the badge and into the poor man's eyes. Seriously though, it just looks plain silly, and I'm not sure how the man is able to walk upright under the weight of that badge, plus all of the other chains he wears.
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