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Worlds Collide: GH

On Tuesday's General Hospital Carly went into premature labor after eating a bag of fries from Jake's, so Coleman and Johnny had to drive her to the hospital. Meanwhile Jax was talking to Olivia about Dante's reassignment orders. Obviously Olivia was relieved at the prospect of Dante leaving town and getting away from Sonny, but Jax was more than a little disappointed. He even argued with Olivia about how important it was for Dante to continue his undercover work and gather evidence against Sonny, as if Olivia had any control over that. Once Jax realized that there was no point in arguing with Olivia he took matters into his own hands and contacted a senator in an apparent attempt to keep Dante on the job. This just makes me that much happier that Carly is finally having her baby. Now maybe she will start to see Jax for who he really is and kick him to the curb. Then that will leave Jax free to date the only other person in town who is more hypocritical and self-righteous than he is, Alexis.

After finding out that Molly went to Sam's house without permission or adult supervision, Alexis was furious, but not at Molly. Instead she was angry at Sam because Molly claimed that she had walked in on Sam and Jason having sex, which she obviously had not. Moreover I do not see how it would have been Sam's fault if she had, considering that no one was aware Molly was in the house in the first place. Of course Alexis did not see it this way because she lectured Sam on the importance of setting a good example for her sisters. The good example being not sleeping with mobsters. Unlike Alexis, who just last summer paraded Jerry Jax around in front of her impressionable young girls. Perhaps that is why Kristina sees nothing wrong with dating creeps.

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