Two Scoops opinion column
Opinions, critiques, and commentary about General Hospital
Two Scoops is a weekly commentary 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?
Most recent Two Scoops commentaries
October 22, 2018
Planning weddings on Haunted boats, young princes escaping from exclusive boarding schools, long-lost daughters coming to town, and forlorn teens plotting fake relationships. It's a bust of a spooky week in Port Charles. Let's dish in this week's Two Scoops!
October 15, 2018
We've been warned. Winter is coming, but will the writers really go there with a serial killer on the loose and a disillusioned Ava consumed by thoughts of vengeance?
Past Two Scoops columns
ONE YEAR AGO THIS WEEK
October 23, 2017
Jason versus Jason, Nelle versus the truth, Monica's tastefully decorated home versus Olivia's paper spiders, God versus Ava… Who will win the battles for the soul of Port Charles? Find out in this week's Two Scoops.
TWO YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
October 24, 2016
Maxie's being gassed, Claudette is being harassed, Nathan better be fast, or surely Maxie will not last!
THREE YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
October 26, 2015
Everyone is keeping secrets and lying, but the truth has a way of breaking free, no matter how hard you work to keep it buried. As several pretty little liars are set to have their sins exposed, our columnist ponders the consequences of lying.
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