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Thanks for the Memories: GH

On Wednesday's General Hospital Michael experienced his first day back at school since he awoke from his coma, this time attending Kristina's stuffy private school. Speaking of Kristina's school, I know that kids can be cruel, but I really do not see Michael or any kid like Michael being made fun of for being in a coma by random people in a hallway. This just seems a little nonsensical to me, especially when the kid being made fun of is the son of a mob boss. On a slightly different note, I would hate to be a teenage girl like Kristina and have to pick between the batch of losers that seem to be attending this school because they all seem like different versions of Keifer.


Michael's first day of school also brought forth more memories, but unlike his previous memories these seemed to be a bit altered. Michael remembered Sam visiting him at the institute even though she denied ever seeing him there when he confronted her about it. I think that perhaps Michael was remembering something Claudia had said to him, but his brain made it seem like Sam was the one who was talking to him. This reminds me of the way that someone's brain supposedly blocks or suppresses memories in order to protect them from seeing something they are not ready to see. Perhaps this is what is happening to Michael. He is not ready to see the truth about Claudia so his brain is helping him remember things in a less frightening way by replacing Claudia's voice with Sam's, someone he trusts.

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