Things got INTENSE on "General Hospital" this week. Luke and Laura! Mob violence! Numerous familiar locales up in flames! Join us as we break down the best and wildest moments of the week in "GH."
Funniest Moment: Maxie working herself up into a lather over Elizabeth. We're not shy about stating our preference for Maxie Jones -- and our occasional weariness with Liz's judgy, bitchy side -- but it was totes amusing to see Maxie get told not to blab about Jason and Sam, promise Spinelli she wouldn't blab about Jason and Sam, and then make a beeline to the hospital and fake a conversation with Epiphany (of all people) so Elizabeth can overhear her blab about Jason and Sam. Her hyperactive and devious need to stir things up at all times reminded us (as Maxie often does) of Tracey Flick from "Election" crossed with Regina George from "Mean Girls."
WTH? Moment: Sonny's bizarre insistence that Carly not fall in love with him again. Sure, we all know that eventually, if given enough time, Sonny and Carly are probably going to end up back together. It's like a law of physics or something. On an infinite timeline, two similarly tenacious and self-destructive bodies will be drawn into the same orbit. Can't argue with science. But in this context, after Carly basically threw her marriage away willingly in order to provide Sonny with an alibi, to then be all, "Now don't you go falling in love with me," about it is just suicidal. As our Aunt Raylene would say, Sonny was definitely cruisin' for a bruisin'. (Speaking of which, runner-up goes to Nadine thinking Nikolas wants to marry her for a green card. Girl is out of her mind.)