If one more person calls Anna a "granny", I'm going to have to climb into my TV, head down to Port Charles and go Anna Devane on them. I mean, seriously, just stop it.
I'm really beginning to love Nadine. She's so naive and fresh faced and excited about bringing down drug dealers that I've got to laugh at the silliness of it all.
Having said that, I question this drug investigation thing. We've got one cop, who isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer at the best of times, a fresh faced nurse, a prince, and a con woman/ex TV star. Throw in a tax evading fat naked guy and we've got ourselves a game of Survivor.
I also find it amusing that LuSam are constantly hugging and telling each other how much they miss each other, seven hundred times a day. They're seeing more of each other now when they aren't supposed to, then before.
Here's something you don't hear in everday life...."We were having a perfectly nice time, and then I remembered I killed someone". Yeah, I hate it when memory and conscience messes things up.
CarJax: Eh, I need a break already. Isn't Ingo going on vacation soon?
Wow, Ric three days in a row. Did Christmas come early for me? Although, I'd rather he have a better story (or any story) than this.
Claudia needs a job. All she does all day is flit from one place to another, from one mob person to another, with no reason or logic for her actions. I know there can't be very many openings for 'mob hit gone awry' and 'clean up baby brother's killings' on ineedwork.com, but please, give the girl something to do.
The Psychic Award of the day goes to Eli's baby mama. Eli stopped off at the hospital, briefly, to see Robin about Anna, yet somehow, his baby mama managed to track him down there. And what are the odds that the world travelling rock star's baby mama would be from PC? And the writers need to do research about kids, because that one was way too old to be playing with cars. If you want a kid that age, then hand him a Nintendo DS to play with, or make the kid young enough to still be interested in cars. Silly, silly show.