HomeTVABCBob Guza’s Last General Hospital Writing Team Wins WGA Award Jillian Bowe February 21, 2012 8 Comments Former General Hospital scribe Bob Guza is having the last laugh on ABC for replacing him with Garin "Woman In White" Wolf. This past Saturday, Guza, along with writers Nathan Fissell, David Goldschmid, Karen Harris, Elizabeth Korte, Mary Sue Price, Susan Wald, Tracey Thomson, Meg Bennett (Guza's wife) and former GH-turned-The Bold and the Beautiful writer Michele Val Jean, took home the Writers Guild of America (WGA) award for daytime drama series writing. Guza's final GH writing team won for the episode centered on Luke Spencer's (Anthony Geary) intervention. Congrats to the writers! 8 Responses appleridge February 21, 2012 Thought Wolf was part of that team Log in to Reply josser February 21, 2012 Wolf crossed the 2008 Writers’ Strike and, thus, is not eligible for any WGA recognition. (He did a bad, bad thing!) Log in to Reply Jillian Bowe February 21, 2012 Appleridge, Josstheguy is right. Wolf went Fi-Core so he no eligible. I ALWAYS check my facts boo. Log in to Reply curacaoman February 21, 2012 I thought it was GagIn “Be careful what you wish for” Wolf Log in to Reply curacaoman February 21, 2012 I thought it was GagIn “Be careful what you wish for” Wolf Log in to Reply GHFan76 February 21, 2012 Guza did have his moments, so congrats! Still glad he’s long gone!!! Log in to Reply Bartman202 February 22, 2012 As long as “Y & R” didn’t win a writing award for the shinola being shoveled onto my HDTV daily, all is right with the world!! Log in to Reply TomZulawski February 22, 2012 I cant even stand looking at his face. This guy ruined this show, Just from this new promo its so far superior than anything Guza has written on GH in over a decade. Thank God he is gone and pray it isnt to late for GH to be saved. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.