“You wanna know if I loved you? When you were pregnant I wanted to be a father to your child and after the baby died I asked you to stay with me. When you were in the hospital I was by your side willing you to live because you mean everything to me. I have never loved anyone as much as I love you and I never will.”
“Most people live their lives in denial…You almost have to. If you would actually get caught up in everything that could go wrong or the accidents that could happen or the ways that you or someone you loved could get hurt, you would be paralyzed…You’d probably lock yourself in a room and be unable to move. So I think that we’ve got to hope for the best…We’ve got to just stay in our day-to-day and not worry about what might go wrong, not worry about the worst, because most of the time, the worst isn’t going to happen. Most of the time when we cross the street, we’re not — not going to get hit by a bus.”
Kristina was always kind of an entitled brat, which I loved her for, and Ethan was always the kid who never had anything and he grounded her in a way I don’t think anyone could have. Hell, in one of the most soap opera plots of soap opera plots, he didn’t even get that mad at her when she said he was the one beating on her. They had a wonderful friendship… though I admit I wished for something more to happen ;)
“I am not gonna be killed, not just when I’ve found the one I want to be with”
“No, Cam knows you’re my girlfriend, he-what?”
“You just called me your girlfriend!”
Not the most common OTP out there, I know. As short lived as they were, I still miss them dearly.
They were smoking hot, let’s start there. GV and KM had sizzling chemistry that no one else has come close to. Period.
Lucky brought out the Sam I had grown to love. The funny, spunky, adrenaline junkie that was first brought on. I feel like Sam’s been watered down and is no where near the character she was when she was with Lucky. She was able to have fun. Novel concept I know. Not to mention Lucky was able to express his Spencer adventure gene. Go watch the trip to Mexico. Seriously.
Lucky was an officer of the law and Sam loved to break it, which made for interesting stories. The good girl/bad boy has been done to death, but bad girl/good guy is always refreshing enough to catch my interest.
It was shortlived but I loved every.second.of.it.
This was the Sam McCall I loved. Her and Lucky together were perfect<3 (or more accurately, they weren’t, which is what I loved)
“You know, sometimes people choose things that make everything different from what it was. People aren’t perfect. Sometimes they make mistakes, sometimes they get angry. But you still love them. Because if they’re yours, they matter more than anything.”
I’m guessing this means couples throughout GH history, so I’ll go with that. I started really getting into GH at 13, as my mom has been watching it since the 80’s. I was 13 in the 90’s so 90’s on.
1. Liz and Lucky - were just my top couple when I was a teenager. Liz was kind of a bad chick and Lucky was a good guy. Oh man, seeing her trying to take him away from Sara… Liz certaintly has mellowed since her teenager days :P
2. Robin and Stone - Robin and Stone were such as cute and fun couple. Even introducing the AIDS storyline, it was so good and wonderful and well done. I really rooted for these two, I’m still not yet over it.
3. Sonny and Lily - I’m not sure many people are fans of this couple? I was a pretty big fan of Lily and a fan of her with Sonny, unfortunately I think she was overshadowed by Brenda. Aw well. I ended up naming one my my favorite original characters “Lily” after her, she was one of my favorites.
4. Jax and Miranda - Man this is such an obscure couple I couldn’t even find a picture of them two together. I used to love the fact Miranda would wear jeans. That was such a weird thing on Soaps.