SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileIn what is fast becoming one of my all time favourite celebrity cameos, James Franco is back for yet another guest stint on soap opera General Hospital.The actor first appeared on the long running serial late last fall, popping up as a troublemaking conceptual artist known as. Franco. The appearance caused all kinds of speculation as to why the successful screen actor (Milk, Pineapple Express) would suddenly appear on the sudsy afternoon drama, questions the actor addressed in an op ed piece where he defended the cameo as performance art.Now, months later, the actor has returned to General Hospital’s fictional town of Port Charles to finish up his dastardly character’s storyline, and this recent appearance lends credence to his claims that his entire storyline is some kind of strange meta experiment.During last week’s climactic scenes (which need to be seen above to be believed), the villainous Franco character staged a very strange, extremely pretentious art installation called Francophrenia, which attempted to blur the lines “between illusion and reality.”Mission accomplished.

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