Friday, April 17, 2009

4/17 Heard in the Waiting Room

  • GH writer Karen Harris' 'Life In General/Greenville General' has been nominated for a Webby award for Best Drama: Individual Episode.  You can vote for her video to win the Webby's People's Voice award - simply register, choose her video under the Best Drama: Individual Episode category and vote!
  • Despair in the Afternoon reacts to yesterday's scenes with Robin and Patrick

By clicking on ‘Read More’, you understand that you will be reading the latest Scrubs-related spoilers and speculations …some of which are pretty reliable and others may be designed to incite panic/false hope in a fanbase. Enter at your own risk!!

Special thanks to the Scrubbies relaying this information…here are the Spoilers and Speculations for the day:

Expected GH Scrubs airdates (breakdowns from Lisa)
week of 4/13 - T, W,Th, F (spoilers pics)
Tuesday, April 14- Robin is tense with Patrick and tells Kelly about seeing him playing in the park with Elizabeth and the kids.
Wednesday, April 15- Having reached his breaking point, Patrick publicly accuses Robin of having been unfaithful.
Thursday, April 16 - After a heated argument, Patrick and Robin take the first step at trying to work things out.
Friday, April 17 - Robin wants to stop taking the anti-depressants immediately but her doctor warns her against it. Patrick confides in Coleman and becomes newly resolved to help Robin any way he can. Robin throws her pills in the trash.
week of 4/20 - M, T, W, Th, F (spoiler pics)
Monday, 4/20 - Elizabeth, Matt and Epiphany worry that Robin and Patrick’s personal problems will get in the way when they’re assigned to perform an emergency surgery and their worst fears are confirmed when the patient falls into distress.
Tuesday, 4/21 – Patrick and Robin work in tandem to save their patient and emerge from the crisis closer than they’ve been in a long time. Back at home, however, Robin and Patrick’s happiness is short lived when Robin can’t bring herself to soothe a fussy Emma.
Wednesday, 4/22 – After bailing on her therapy session, Robin runs into Alexis, who gives her sound advice about trying to juggle a career with being a mother. Already having spoken to Dr. Brown, Patrick is heartsick when Robin lies and says she kept her therapy appointment as planned.
Thursday, 4/23 – Patrick offers to attend a therapy session with Robin and they walk away from it in a slightly better place.
Friday, 4/24 – Robin’s denial about her condition leads to tragedy.
week of 4/27 - M, T, W, Th
Monday, April 27 – A potential tragedy is averted when Patrick rescues Emma before she crashes down the stairs. After learning Robin has stopped taking her anti-depressants, Patrick takes drastic measures to get her the help she needs.
Tuesday, April 28 – Patrick, along with Maxie, Mac, Kelly, Elizabeth, Matt and Dr. Brown, stage an intervention with Robin. Robin viciously takes her anger out on Maxie but is later forced to accept the fact that she needs help. At Kelly’s urging, Robin agrees to leave to get in patient treatment.
Wednesday, April 29 – Patrick has his hands full taking care of Emma by himself. Matt arrives and tells Patrick he’s moving in to help with the baby but soon finds himself overwhelmed as well. Patrick misses Robin.
Thursday, April 30 - Patrick and Ingrid find themselves well matched when Jax asks Patrick to consult on Michael’s case. Maxie comes up with a plan to try and get Spinelli back.

::Golden:
SID: (credit mishymashy)
Can Anna Help Robin? article scan
SON PreVue:
Patrick and Robin's problems disappear for a moment when they work in tandem to save their patient on Tuesday, April 21. Things soon turn sour, when the newlyweds return home and Robin can't bring herself to soothe a fussy Emma. Alexis gives Robin some sound advice. Robin attends a therapy session with Patrick after he catches her in a lie. Robin's denial leads to tragedy on Friday, April 24.
SON ALERTS: WEEK OF APRIL 27, 2009
Tuesday: Robin agrees to get the help she needs.
Wednesday: Patricks struggles with being a single father. (source)

:: Pretty Reliable::
AIG none at the time of this post

:: Could be Complete Fiction - Don't Believe Most of it::
Daytime Dish/Backup Board (source and source):
4/14
Spoilers for the week of April 20 - 24:
Tuesday April 21:
Robin suffers a setback.
Thursday April 23:
Patrick and Robin are on the right path.
Friday April 24:
Robin’s denial about her condition leads to tragedy.


4 comments:

Anonymous,  April 17, 2009 at 8:30 AM  

Hope is on the horizon! I love the spoiler pics with them going to therapy together. And i LOVE that Liz is not being mentioned anymore, about time she got outta the way!

Anonymous,  April 17, 2009 at 2:54 PM  

! completely agree. I have been furious that they even mention her name where she does not belong. They got to get her far, far out of the way.

Anonymous,  April 17, 2009 at 3:49 PM  

I will be glad when this PPPD Storyline is over. Kimberly/Robin is doing an excellent job with this storyline. I do get the PPD storyline, but some of it just doesn't make since. I want the Writers/GUZA to get it to an end and find the SCRUBS another storyline that will keep them in the Frontburner and not the Backburner as I have been reading.

The Writers needs to make the Scrubs happy around Mother's Day. Let Robin bond with Emma and let Patrick be Happy with his Girls. Is that so hard for the writers to give it to the FANS.

One last thing, Writers I hope you are reading this and Re-Sign the Scrubs to another contract as a Happy family with Emma, but give them a little Drama.

Anonymous,  April 17, 2009 at 8:47 PM  

Viewers esp.women wants to see romance stories ,traditional values
and beliefs,passion and love that
can conquer all.
I want to see Robin to bond with
Emma ,Patrick to have the life that he wants with his two girls.
Give us back the smart,strong
Robin that we all know and respect.
Jason and Kimberly's acting ability
and great chemistry is amazing,it will be a great lost to GH if their contract will not be renewed.
With all the uncertainty in the world I would prefer to have one hour of love in the afternoon with the Scrubs than an hour of violence
and depressing soap.

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