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After watching Thursday's General Hospital, it seems as though danger will be lurking in every corner once the carnival begins. Obviously Andrea is going to poison Edward causing him to go into cardiac arrest and lose control of his car at the carnival. This incident presents the first danger to the citizens of Port Charles, but the real danger is likely to come from Anthony Zacchara who revealed to a "mystery" man his intentions to use the carnival to fulfill a sinister plan. Could this mystery man be Trevor Lansing, who perhaps faked his own death?

As much as I hate to admit it I am glad that GH is doing something else with the carnival event aside from Edward's car accident. The way this storyline has been promoted I knew there had to be more to the danger at the carnival than Edward having a heart attack and losing control of his car. Not that Edward's accident wouldn't be bad enough, it just doesn't make for very intriguing soap opera material. For a big event, especially a big GH event, which they always do so well, there really has to be a villain like Anthony Zacchara involved. I have to wonder though if the hospital parking lot is the best place to hold a carnival. This just seems hazardous to me somehow, but maybe that is the whole point.


  1. I really hope Edward Quartermaine doesn't die. I love ther actor who portrays him as well as his feisty character. I thought it was mistake to kill off Alan Quartermaine.

  2. Hi Paula! I hope they don't kill off Edward either. And it was a mistake to kill off Alan. Granted it was funny for a while to see Tracy talk to herself, but that storyline only went so far. Consequently "Alan" is supposed to be joining the cast of ATWT.


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