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Brad and Lucas get married on ‘General Hospital’ with nuptials squeezed into murder investigation

Brad and Lucas are such wonderful characters on General Hospital.

It’s a pity their romance gets such short shrift on this daytime soap.

Their wedding aired on Monday after drama involving Lucas almost dying. But it’s insulting the way their wows are just a sideshow to a murder investigation involving Lucas’ dad.


Days of Our Lives might have killed off Will Horton but at least before his death and turning a once wonderful character into a complete moron, the show gave Will and Sonny a wonderful wedding that was the entire focus of the episode.

Here are the scenes. They are crumbs and gay characters deserve more than this – especially when they are played by two such talented actors as Ryan Carnes and Perry Shen who share such wonderful chemistry.

Let’s hope this charming and sexy duo don’t get put back in mothballs now that they are wed.

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4 Remarks

  1. June 15th, 2016 at 8:11 am
    K. Martinez says:

    Thanks for this Greg. I wanted to see this episode but missed it. I always had a thing for Lucas’s dad. He is hot!

  2. I have to agree at least when Will and Sonny got married Days spent 3 days and pretty much all of those episodes were centered around their wedding. It kind of seems like General Hospital dropped the ball. Although it was good to see Maura again. Truly enjoyed watching her play Carly on ATWT and she still doesn’t disappoint.

  3. not the most romantic of weddings but hopefully the honeymoon suite will be..and they are adorable together..has been great fun following their love to this point

  4. Thanks for posting the scenes of General Hospital’s Brad’s and Lucas’ marriage. Like you, Greg, am at a loss as to why soap’s first interracial gay story line gets such short thrift, especially, since the characters are fan favorites and performed by two first-rate actors in Parry Shen and Ryan Carnes, as Brad and Lucas, respectively. Given that Executive Producer Frank Valentini in no stranger to a gay themed narrative — He launched the critically acclaimed KISH (Kyle Lewis & Oliver Fish) story line when showrunning One Life to Live and Co-Head Writers Shelly Altman and Jean Passanante also were both involved when script writers on OLTL (Also, it was during Altman’s tenure as co-head writer on As The World Turns that the NUKE (Noah and Luke) story line was launched.) one has to wonder if the long gaps between Brad’s and Lucas’ appearances isn’t coming from the brass at ABC/Disney.

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