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Top 10 Soapy Things I Am Thankful For

In honor of Thanksgiving I thought it would be appropriate to make a top ten list of the soap-related things I am thankful for. Please feel free to share your own!
This year I am thankful...

1.) For Days of Our Lives - It gives me a break from the Brenda drama over on GH.
2.) That Maggie isn't going to stay in that sarcophagus much longer, oh and maybe people on        that show will stop saying sarcophagus.
3.) That it has been a while since there has been any mention of Helena and the train wreck        that would have been the Cassadine storyline.
4.) For the break-up of Sonny and Claire - seriously who could have stood that much        longer?
5.) For Natalia Livingston going to DOOL - because I love seeing soapy favorites on shows        I'm already watching.
6.) That Lucky has a storyline outside of all the Liz drama even if it is only temporary and        it means that we are forced to listen to Siobhan and her highly over-exaggerated Irish        accent.
7.) That DOOL will be…

The Mobster's Son and the Stripper: GH

Once upon a time there was a young man of barely eighteen, who was imprisoned after slaying his stepmother to protect his mother and baby sister. This young man was called Michael and his newfound captivity held more danger than all the ports in Port Charles.

Shortly after his imprisonment began, Michael became the victim of a sinister plot in which he was forced to submit to the sexual advances of a fellow inmate. Michael's spirit was broken and it seemed like he might never recover from the harsh realities of prison even after he was freed.

Then one day fair maiden Samantha offered Michael a helping hand. It seemed she had come across a lovely lady called Candy who routinely abandoned her clothes in the presence of men for monetary compensation.

As luck would have it this lady was willing to offer herself to Michael as a way of helping him overcome his fears of intimacy; but alas young Michael was too inexperienced, too broken to appreciate Candy's kind gesture.

Then out of th…