Mister Tel-e-phone Man, there's something wrong with my line. When I dial my baby's number, I get a click every time. Oh...sorry 'bout that y'all. After watching the latest General Hospital promo, I had to break out a little New Edition!
Here's hoping Dr. Robin Scorpio (Kimberly McCullough) has better luck making contact with her tenderoni than Bobby, Ronnie, Ricky and Mike did in that song. I just called, to say, I'm not dead, I just called, to say how much I care, oh I do... Watch the GH promo after the jump! READ MORE
Any long time viewer of General Hospital can't help but smile, whenever the always beautiful Finola Hughes (Anna Devane) has scenes with Tristan Rogers (Robert Scorpio) or Ian Buchanan (Duke Lavery). To that end, never in a million years did Hughes think she would be playing Anna for all these years.
"It's amazing, isn't it?" said Hughes when I ran into her at the Television Critics Association Press Tour last month. "I had no idea. It's truly a great role. I'm always excited about what the writers come up with." READ MORE
Brad tells everyone that he’s there about the baby. He’s trying to right a wrong. Spinelli tries to stop him from saying anything. Nikolas claims no one wants to hear anything from him. Brad tells them that the baby is not Lulu and Dante’s, but Maxie and Spinelli’s. Lulu explains that Maxie was only a surrogate, but Brad says he heard Spixie say that no one would ever know. Lulu confronts Maxie and Spinelli. READ MORE
Kimberly McCullough returns to General Hospital this week as the beloved Dr. Robin Scorpio-Drake. To celebrate her return we're sharing five of our favorite Robin moments. So cozy up to your computer, like Patrick (Jason Thompson) and Robin are above, and enjoy a trip down memory lane. Then tell us what your favorite Robin moments are in the comments!
It's the week Scrubs fans have been waiting for. Kimberly McCullough returns to TV screens as General Hospital's Dr. Robin Scorpio-Drake! McCullough's leading man Jason Thompson (Patrick Drake) couldn’t be happier.
“I had a great time working with Kimberly for the past six, seven years," said Thompson when I caught up with him last month at the Television Critics Press Tour.
The powers that be really wanted Robin back on screen, Thompson conveyed.
“We really wanted to make it happen. She had some time off and they wanted her back,” Thompson explained. “There are a lot of fans that love us together; which is a testament to the writing and the show as a whole. Kimberly and I brought an energy together and it really worked. It really starts with good story. And we’ve had some great storylines together. People really want to watch. They relate to the characters, who have been through a lot.” READ MORE