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Relative Dysfunction: GH

On Tuesday's General Hospital Nikolas and Liz stopped fighting their attraction for one another and slept together. Of course the idea that they ever tried to fight it in the first place is debatable. Even Jake being in the hospital was not enough to keep Liz away from Wyndemere. I am not sure which is worse, the fact that Liz left Jake's hospital room to be with Nikolas or the fact that Lucky left Jake to go home alone. At this point I think that Sam and Jason need to be raising Jake. They did not even kiss until everyone they cared about was safe and accounted for, and they have been apart for years! When Liz and Lucky finally made their way back to the hospital to check on Jake, Liz told Lucky she would marry him if he agreed to go to counseling with her. Good idea Liz, maybe you can sign up for some parenting classes while you are at it.

Unfortunately Lucky and Liz were not the only ones having dysfunctional family issues. While Olivia was visiting Dante at GH, Sonny walked in and told her about what happened to Johnny, prompting her to rush to Mercy to check on him. Meanwhile Claudia was still at the jail yelling at Anthony for almost getting Johnny killed. She later showed up at Johnny's hospital room in time to see Olivia sitting at his bedside. She tried to make her leave the room, despite Johnny's objections. This led to a fight where Claudia tried to slap Olivia into submission, making it her third slap of the night, the first being Spinelli, and Anthony the second. However, unlike Anthony or Spinelli, Olivia actually fought back, punching Claudia in the mouth before the doctor had to come in and see why Johnny's heart monitor had started beeping. As it turned out Johnny was okay but fortunately Sonny showed up and took Claudia home after Olivia refused to let him ask Johnny any questions.

Elsewhere Lulu had arrived at GH to visit Dante, where he came dangerously close to revealing his true feelings about the mob. At one point during their conversation he brought up the fact that Johnny had been shot, prompting him to start discussing the mob and the choices that Sonny and Anthony had made in their lives. Unfortunately for Dante, Lulu picked up on the fact that he sounded more like a cop in this conversation, than one of Sonny's employees. It will be interesting to hear Dante's explanation for this, although I am sure it will be a believable one. I cannot imagine his true identity being revealed this soon, especially since Claudia is still managing to hide her involvement in Michael's shooting.


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