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Two Scoops opinion column
Opinions, critiques, and commentary about General Hospital
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Two Scoops is a weekly comentary column written by our staff of writers. Sometimes you might agree, and other times you might disagree. Either way, we love hearing your opinions, too, so be sure to send us your thoughts.
When it comes to what's happening on General Hospital, everyone has an opinion -- and our Two Scoops columnists are no different.

Every week, our commentators share their thoughts on everything that's taking place in Port Charles... the good, the bad, and everything in between.

If you're looking to be a little nostalgic, we've archived our Two Scoops columns from 2004 through the current week. Now, you can easily flip back through the pages of history to see how storylines were received when they first played out. Has time softened a rocky reception?

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Nathan's Red blood has spilled onto the floor of the Canadian lumberyard, Dante is Blue because he thinks Lulu is cheating on him, but Dillon is just trying to be Lulu's White knight in a time of crisis. We discuss this and so much more in this week's GH Two Scoops!
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