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|Mason||Nov 30 2009, 04:16 PM|
The cast of a good soap is like a well-oiled machine: Individual parts work together to produce a high-quality output. Each GH character adds a unique dynamic to the canvas, and the genius of the writers has been interweaving people and layering plots. The Nikolas/Emily/Zander love triangle believably converged with Sonny, Faith and Jason's mob scene. Tossing Ric and Alcazar into the Sonny/Carly mix produced riveting personal drama (and explosive performances from Rick Hearst as Ric and Ted King as Alcazar). Throw in charismatic Luke and charming Jax (energized by their new leading ladies, Skye and Sam, respectively), heartache for Courtney and Elizabeth, and the always-entertaining Quartermaine clan (whose vets - second to none - received a jolt of electricity with the recent return of live wire Tracy), and it's clear that GH is a vibrant, shining ensemble.
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