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Perceptions of Reality: GH

On Thursday's General Hospital, Morgan went to visit Dante in the hospital and invited him to move in with him while he recuperated. I must say I love the scenes between these two. It is obvious that both of them feel that brotherly connection, even though they have no reason to know that they are half siblings. Obviously it is making Dante's job as a cop tougher, but I am not sure he can trust his superior. I may have already mentioned this in an earlier post, but something about this guy seems creepy. This leads me to wonder if he is using Dante to take down the Corinthos organization because he secretly works for Anthony. He just seems almost overly eager in his pursuit to have Dante infiltrate the mob. He is not even being particularly careful about being seen with him anymore. At first they could only meet at the laundromat and now he is showing up at his hospital room every couple of days. On the other hand Olivia is too, which should make it so much easier to hide the fact that she is Dante's mother. I really hope this secret comes out soon, along with the fact that Dante is Sonny's son. If Olivia really thought that revealing Dante's paternity would put him in danger, then why did she warn Johnny not to trust him? I mean I know why, but it seems to me that the surest way to put Dante in danger is to warn members of the mob not to trust him. Her logic is just all over the place.

Speaking of someone's logic being all over the place, Michael continues to have memories of Jax talking to him at his bedside. He continues to misinterpret these bits of conversation to mean that Jax accidentally had him shot instead of Sonny. Meanwhile Claudia, the person who was actually responsible for this catastrophe, was at Mercy listening to Jason and Sam's conversation about Michael's recovering memory. I think this puts a gaping hole in the theory of Michael being clairvoyant. If he was he could use that talent to tell Lucky that Liz is cheating on him and tell Spinelli that Maxie does not want to marry him. That would solve half the town's problems right there!

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