General Hospital' (GH) spoilers show that some counseling is required for Molly Lansing-Davis (Haley Pullos). Yeah, right now. Last week we were witnessing her have a few meltdowns over the weddings of her mates. Poor TJ Ashford (Tajh Bellow) sadly got caught up in the storm. Let's ask where things went wrong.
General Hospital' Spoilers: The anti-bridezilla
So, one of the freakouts from Molly was her friend, becoming what she felt to be a bridezilla. We respectfully submit that the opposite is Molly. See, it's nice to be against the over-marketing of big events like that and to have a realistic view. You remember, more than one group is a family. And that being too obsessed with the specifics, and building it up in your head into some grand event, is insane. Yet Molly is pushing that to an extreme.
She's so anti-all this that she almost seems unbalanced. She'd been going on about dowry and the diamond market through the shows. The rant has been so intense, and we are wondering who these her mates are. And why the hell invite her to their weddings? She does not seem to be much of a friendly visitor. And who needs someone there who is in complete opposition to the whole tradition?
General Hospital' Spoilers: Too many bridesmaid gowns
She just got off by being a part of another ceremony. We need to know again who those mates are. And why do they make her part of the wedding party on earth? She sounds as though she'd be bad enough as a guest, so why would they want her in all the wedding pictures and part of the rehearsal dinner, and all the other big moments? We can't imagine that Molly keeps a huge smile on her face through it all, and we're positive that this must have come up with her friends at some point. After all, we ladies often talk to friends about stuff we wouldn't be talking to a man about.
General Hospital' Spoilers: Get over yourself.
Okay, don't get us wrong. We're not suggesting Molly is forced to wed TJ just because he requested. Nor is she required to participate in any of those other weddings. If they annoy her so much, she might easily have made an explanation. But she should have made it clear that a long time ago she had no desire to get married. Eight years is a long time for a person to be together, and if they are as in love as they suggest, then she should have been sincere because of a lot of the time, that's where a partnership of that length is going. But we are not sure that she is even honest with herself. Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) pointed out that her previous marriage failures should not eternally cause Molly to say no to one of her own. The talk frankly makes us think that Molly might profit from a discussion with Neil Byrne (Joe Flanigan) or Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom). The girl has trouble with the past trauma, and she's letting it influence her future. Whether she gets married or not, she's just going to have to deal with the root of her neurotic behavior and determine whether that's what she needs, or just what she says she wants based on her apprehension. And if she doesn't want marriage, she must accept that TJ does, and maybe, after all, they aren't made for each other
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