Psycho stalker and killer Ryan is pretending to be his psychiatrist twin brother, Kevin, on General Hospital.
But, while they may laugh alike and walk alike and at times they even talk alike (hat-tip: The Patty Duke Show theme song), the one thing they don’t have in common is the vibe they send out. Kevin is kindly. Ryan is creepy.
What effect is Ryan (Jon Linstrom) having on the GH audience? Here’s what over 11,000 viewers had to say about that!
It’s not even close, as 96% of you find the imposter totally creepy. It’s not just the whole killing people and scattering their body parts around for other folks to find.
Though that’s not good, kids, don’t try this at home. It’s the way he looks at you. Like a predator. It’s the way he talks, subtly manipulating you even as he makes it sound like he’s helping.
And, well, yes, it’s also the way he kills people. Carly’s (Laura Wright) former nurse may have been evil, and Kiki (Hayley Erin) may have been sometimes insipid, but murder is still not nice.
Just knowing there’s a killer walking around Port Charles is making it harder for you to sleep at night. Who will he go after next?
Fan favorites Lucy (Lynn Herring) and Laura (Genie Francis) seem likely targets, as they are most likely to figure out that something is really wrong – not to mention what it is.
He doesn’t scare us, a brave 4% of the audience whistles past a graveyard. In fact, Ryan is more comical than anything else. He’s so over the top, it’s hard to take him seriously – or believe that anyone is falling for his Kevin routine.
He’s even made you disappointed in Ava (Maura West). She’s usually smarter than that. And, if Carly is the one to break the case wide open, he’ll seem even less menacing.
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