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General Hospital Pays Homage to LOVING While Giving Us A Twist As To Robin's Wherabouts!

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On Thursday’s episode of General Hospital, the very clever team of executive producer Frank Valentini, and head writer Ron Carlivati, came up with a unique twist that brought several stories together, and also paid an homage to the ABC Daytime soaps of the past!

While Holly (Emma Samms) and Luke (Anthony Geary) were hot on the trail of Jerry Jacks, they landed in the Pennsylvania in the town of Corinth, and the house they came upon for their search, Luke recalled was the same place where the notorious “Loving Murders” took place years ago, to which Holly held up a picture of the murderess Gwyneth Alden (Christine L. Tudor) who was the Corinth Serial Killer.  Holly related the story of  why Gwyneth went on a killing spree,  “She wiped out pretty much all of her friends and family in some twisted attempt to wipe away their pain.”   Luke then said how the survivors moved to The City (which was Loving’s spin-off when ABC tried to salvage the show).

But this all dovetailed into the major story of the MIA and believed dead Robin Scorpio Drake (Kimberly McCullough), when Dr. Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) recalled to her daughter, Britt something she had done. Next, we see a flashback of Robin in a wheelchair with her wrists tied to it, being wheeled into the same abandoned mansion that Holly and Luke are at now by Dr. O.  Then,  Dr. O asked someone , “What should they do with Robin now?” 

Luke and Holly also found a locked closet door behind a bookcase that Luke was determined to open! The duo also found pictures of Cabot Alden (Wesley Addy) and Tricia Alden (Noelle Beck) ! So now the question is who, or what, is on the other side of the secret door?  As ABC Daytime fans recall, Faison (Anders Hove) made an appearance and crossed over to Loving in 1993.   Has GH come up with a shocker to propel the story of Jerry/Faison/Dr Olbrecht/Luke/Holly/ and Robin?

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What did you think of the nod to Loving today? And where things will lead now that we know Robin was in Corinth? Comment below!

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Enrique Buenrostro
Enrique Buenrostro

I wonder if this means something else like they will include old characters from Loving and tie it together into this storyline

BTripp
BTripp

I would love to see Noelle Beck show up as Trisha. Tracy was on Loving at one time too.

BTripp
BTripp

Oh sorry it was called “The City” when Tracy was on it.

Carolyn
Carolyn

I would love to see Christine L. Tudor return as Gwyneth Alden!!!! She was awesome!!!

Patricia penn
Patricia penn

I agree Christine Tudor is a great actress as Gwyneth Alden.

Karen
Karen

I agree that Christine L. Tudor should come back as Gwybeth Alden

Christle
Christle

@MichaelFairman: General Hospital Pays Homage to LOVING While Giving Us A Twist As To Robin’s Wherabouts!: I agree with Caroln lease bring back Christine Tudor as Gwyneth Alden

c.barrack
c.barrack

I think Gwyneth Alden should make a come back. Christine did such a great job with the that character

Michele
Michele

Couldnt agree more! I want to see Christine L Tudors come back to ABC!

Barbara
Barbara

Gwyneth would not be the same without Christine Tudor playing the part!, she was the main reason I watched Loving. Would love to see her again. Bring back Christine,,,

MikeT
MikeT

Love it !!

curacaoman
curacaoman

In all this, where is Laura?

Toni
Toni

Well, Laura is back in France for a “check up”.
Please… Ron Carlivati and Frank Valentni
Bring her back!!! We love Laura forever!!

curacaoman
curacaoman

Also, now that they can’t use AMC and OLTL characters, they delve in Loving’s? Not enough characters in GH’s history?

TheHugoBoss
TheHugoBoss

Damn, why be so bitter. It was a scene starring vets, dealing with a plot with other vets, paying homage to another old soap that was in all rights, connected to GH. It’s like nothing is ever good enough for some. Just HAVE to find SOMETHING to complain about. Damn. lol.

jimh(leave it to beaver)
jimh(leave it to beaver)

Had to reply here…hope your right about Laura…she’ll show up at the right time…also agree with your above comments…lol

susan M.
susan M.

Disagree curacaoman comments! I agree with TheHugoBoss comments!

Anthony O'Reilly
Anthony O'Reilly

“What did you think of the nod to Loving today?” I loved it.

Susan
Susan

I watched Loving and The City, and I remember that when Tracy was on The City that was when she was married to a mobster and used the mob money in ELQ which has been mentioned a lot in her battle for control over ELQ

jimh(leave it to beaver)
jimh(leave it to beaver)

I never watched Loving/The City but i think it was clever how RC using it in GHs storyline…love the mystery, and suspense, and how its tied in to Robin!!! This has become cant missed tv!!!

jimh(leave it to beaver)
jimh(leave it to beaver)

And where is Laura?

TheHugoBoss
TheHugoBoss

I can’t help but hope that by not showing Laura, theyre involving her into the story undercover. Holly and Luke are going to be trapped or in a life or death situation, a situatuon, and Laura’s gonna turn out to be the one who saves them. OR even better, Luke gets so sick and Laura shows up just in time and she and Holly are forced to work together to save Sean and Luke.

Erick
Erick

Am glad Laura and Genie are back, JFP and Guza gave her the shaft for sure, but honestly never missed her during this week’s episodes.

susan M.
susan M.

Didn’t Laura go to find Luke? Laura told this to Scotty when she found out that Luke was dying, right!

aria
aria

i loved it, since oltl and amc can no longer be mentioned then why not show a litllte love to soaps of abc past and tie them to GH. i think its clever.

Diane Dunn
Diane Dunn

I was a bit confused but now that you’ve explained it better, I love it. (pun intended) Lots of twists and turns, keeps us on our toes. I started watching GH in the 80’s so I am thrilled with all my faves coming back. Especially Lucy! GH needs her.

Li
Li

I like the show a lot yesterday! I can’t wait to see how this is all linked together and how long it will take to start peeling some layers…

Georgia
Georgia

I really hope we don’t see any more new characters on the show. There are way too many people now. Thank you for the run through on the story because none of it meant anything to me. It now makes a little more sense now.

jon
jon

Agree 100%.

mike
mike

Leave it to Frank and Ron to come up with something unexpected and unique. I love that they use the past history on GH , now using the history of Loving is a great bonus to longtime fans.

Lawrence
Lawrence

Yes I agree

Matt
Matt

SO AWESOME! A real treat for ABC daytime fans and a reminded that character crossovers between ABC shows is not new!

thomas
thomas

i loved it .. this was unexpected .. i love hoe the producers and writers give a heads up to soap history while moving forward .. i cant wait for today and most next weeks shows

RichCD
RichCD

I never watched “Loving” or “The City”, but found this to still be very cool, and surprising. GH really needs more surprises – the plots now are very predictable and the twists seem to be telegraphed many days in advance.

JEM
JEM

ABC only has one remaining soap, but the network still retains ownership rights to many of their cancelled shows. I think it is a very cool idea if the show could incorporate characters and storylines from long defunct shows. However, GH is a show with such awesome veterans that viewers are wanting to see, and many newbies have already taken over and dominated much of the action recently. I have always crossovers as it is neat to see familiar characters in different circumstances. I would love to see characters from Ryan‘s Hope, or Loving, or Edge of Night.

JeffyJC
JeffyJC

Edge of night is owned by Proctor and Gamble so they cannot be used. It makes sense Luke and Holly had to go to an abandoned house somewhere looking for Jerry, at least it is a house that has some history to some.

Shay
Shay

Tooooo baaaaad….I REALLY loved “Preacher” from EON!!!!! Followed his career to other soaps, then primetime. I believe he has since left the acting business…..

Ryan
Ryan

Just want the mystery person to be someone other than Jerry. We already know he is involved so it would be a letdown. All n all, this storyline has gelled very quickly and is so much fun.

Libby
Libby

brilliant… so many alumni that are familar faces to GH, AMC. Would love to see ABC forfeit one of their talk shows and initiate a re-boot of the Agnes Nixon-Douglas Marland soap. We can dream.

It would be a positve to have a show with characters still wholely owned by ABC. To be able to leverage the lessons learned from the PP licensing fiasco that has left this fan exhausted and ready for Monday, Aug 19 and then to move onward- would be a blessing to cast, crew and fans, imo.

A quasi- pilot could be culled from GH. THink of the potential of the twin brothers, the eccentric matriach….and think of the alumni…(did I already mention that..well it is worth saying again.)

Noelle Beck, Debbi Morgan, Darnell Willians, Rena Sofer, Catherine Hickland, Sebastion Roche, Ted King, Laura Wright, Lisa LoCicero, Jessica Collins, Amelia Heinle, jane Eliott ( Who also served as a producer.)

I could see Frank Valentini as Co- EP with Jane Ellott on this.. GH cast is heavy now… could give a better chance for more work in NYC for a soap. One that production could be well managed. Oh, the opportunity..the hope..

DopeySoapFan
DopeySoapFan

Honestly, some actors really personify their characters, and Robin is one of them. Jason is another. But, their legacies have lasted in almost every major storyline without being seen in forever. I am not opposed to a Robin or Jason recast, at this point, so long as the actors chosen do the character justice. I never thought I would warm up to another Carly after Sarah Brown left, but I thought Tamara Braun did an outstanding job. I was not a fan of the third Carly, Jennifer Bransford, but I love Laura Wright. If Carly can have four faces, Robin and Jason can have two. Not to mention Lucky, bring back one of the three Luckys, lol. I’m going to stop talking now. But, yes, I hope this storyline FINALLY leads to paydirt and brings Robin back to Port Charles. BTW, I’m assuming the intruder in Mac and Felicia’s wedding is friggin’ Richard Simmons, by Lucy’s reaction.

Jules
Jules

I bet this will be another bait and switch….they’re making the audience believe they’re closer to finding Robin, only for this to lead to nowhere. Then whenever they do really and truly get a commitment from KMc and Robin returns for more than a pop in, they’ll reveal how and why all this is so important to the “mystery” of Robin being held captive. I won’t be fooled into thinking any of this means anything today, when really it’ll be put on the backburner and kept there until G-d knows when while fans speculate and beg them to give more info. When they have something to share, they’ll share it, and not a moment sooner. And as far as I’m concerned, they won’t get me back as a viewer until then.

udhoop
udhoop

I’m okay with the nod to Loving but I sure hope I don’t see any of their characters on my screen before I see my Robert Scorpio alive and saving Robin with Anna & Sean!

gloria
gloria

You said it. Robert cannot get home fast enough for me! I LOVE him, have since his very first episode of GH. He will save the day!

Rick
Rick

Brilliant!

Iakovos
Iakovos

I loved LOVING. Admittedly though, I loved it a lot more at the start when Patricia Kalember, Susan Walters, and friggin’ awesome Bryan Cranston (BREAKING BAD) were on and the Vochek family was very much on the front burner as were the Aldens. I am afraid the series did lose steam and interwest for me, but I never wandered too far away. I thought the way the series was allowed to end with the serial killer storyline was a smart one. I even moved along with the survivors to THE CITY, vut that never really gelled. To have this surprise shout out to the past is wonderful. I wish the webs could develop new serials. It was always a treat to hear of something new in development.

carla
carla

Gh has won me back. I stopped watching during the franco episodes.I watched loving and the city so i was on cloud nine.

Iakovos
Iakovos

I am with you on the Franco episodes, particularly the James Franco era. I think Roger Howarth will redeem the character and we will forget the craziness Franco wrought. When LOVING began in 1983, I was so intoit and loved the class struggles between the Aldens and Vocheks. I sense alot of that was Douglas Marland’s work and he left the show and with him, apparently that foundation. Still, Agnes Nixon did give us a serial with class and smarts. I miss it and RYAN’S HOPE. they seemed — for the most part — based more in real life and every day living.

Avatar610
Avatar610

I’m convinced that when is all said and done, Robin will not be the ONLY P.C. resident held hostage by Jerry Jacks and Co. Get ready for the return of Alan Quartermaine! Nice “Loving” tribute, though.

Paul
Paul

I agree. Dr O has more than just Robin in Corinth. Can’t wait to see who. I hope Heather Webber somehow plays into it.

Rodd
Rodd

I LOVED IT!!! I have always thought that there should be more references to other soap-towns to create a synergy amongst the network soaps. Now that GH is the only one on ABS, doing so doesn’t create that synergy, but it does give that warm shout-out to fans of the old shows.

I think it’s really wise to use history, even if it isn’t from the same show. Most soap fans have watched more than one show over their lifetime; most of those soaps are gone. When someone on a current show mentions Bay City, Springfield, or Oakdale, it brings back a warm feeling and makes me feel as thought the writers/producers care about all soap fans. It is an easy value-added writing tie-in that reaches out to the fans. In our imaginations, our shows continue long after they’re off the air. When mentioned on a current show, it only winks at us and let’s us know someone else agrees.

Tori
Tori

I loved the twist by having Loving’s major storyline mention as well as the town because I was a fan of the show and sad when it was canceled. Frank and Ron are doing a great job and I love that they have respect for Daytime dramas that once aired on ABC. I would love it if they can work in somekind of easter eggs about other shows, like Edge of Night.

DakotaCelt
DakotaCelt

I agree, it would be nice to see a reference to Ryan’s Hope and Edge of Night.

Now it would be really interesting if Alex Masters should turn up.

The character appeared on Loving, The City and a cross-over storyline with OLTL

Trudy
Trudy

Some of it is good, but too much junk is being put in. I’m still waiting for the supposed great year, right now it’s just flat.

Brenda
Brenda

Amen to that Trudy.

Samantha
Samantha

Simply clever! Love the twists and how excited to see what is on the other side of the door. Keep showing all our fav vets mixed in with the newer characters – keep a bit of the old and the new! Loved that Sonny was no where to be seen 🙂

Shay
Shay

Agreed! Anytime we are spared “The Three Faces of Sonny C Saga” it is a great day. Ever notice, there is but a trio of emotions MB possesses? There’s “Sunny Sonny,” where he’s all smiles and dimples, “Sulky Sonny,” where he’s got the stony, silent glowering thing going (default setting) and then (watch out!) there’s the “Simmering Over Sonny,” when he explodes in this “off-his-meds” madness!!!! Just way tooooo predictable after these oh so many years…..

Samantha
Samantha

LOVE your characterization of the few faces of Sonny! But lets we forget there is also the – Supreme Sonny! You remember him, the one where he can do no wrong but everyone in town can do no right? Talk about no moral compass or compassion or really anything beyond I am right and if you do not agree, well, here is my gun, let’s see what happens.

Shay
Shay

“Well, here is my gun, let’s see what happens…” Priceless, and oh so true!!!! You nailed it….have a feeling that one is going to be the prevailing “Face of Sonny” very soon….

Samantha
Samantha

I believe there were at least three instances of it last week alone……I feel this should be a trend soon, how may times per week sonny “threatens” with his gun – because we all know, that is the only power he truly has, he knows how to use a gun!

Shay
Shay

I will defer to you on that matter, Samantha….quite frankly, I pretty much zone out whenever Sonny is on these days, my eyes glaze over and I temporarily depart from my usual rapt attention…due to MB’s boring and predictable portrayal.

Christy
Christy

I never watched those other two shows, so I didn’t get any reference, but I’m sure that those who did watch them got a kick out of the references.

but I’m enjoying GH! I was watching it yesterday wishing it would go on for hours! 🙂

heidi
heidi

I agree!!! I wish it were at least 2 hrs!

Joel
Joel

Seeing pics of Gwyneth, Cabot and Trisha was priceless! Christine Tudor was dynamite.

Carolyn
Carolyn

Right on, Joel!!!

Patricia penn
Patricia penn

I agree please bring back Gwyneth Alden AKA Christine Tudor she is great!!!

Paul
Paul

Fantastic twist. Since they can’t use Llanview or Pine Valley; glad to see Corinth.

DakotaCelt
DakotaCelt

Glad but surprised as Loving was also an Agnes Nixon creation.

Shay
Shay

Perhaps a very thinly-veiled swipe at “Prospect Park??????”

heidi
heidi

Another great episode!!! I didn’t watch Loving or the City but knew a little about them. I think it’s great that they are using crossover type references. Could this mystery person just be so evil that they had to borrow from another show? Could the connection that ties all of our known villians just be that this is someone that all of the villians go to get their poisons from? Is this person someone who creates and tests poisons and genetic mishaps on villians and their nemesis’s? I thought it had to be a Cassadine or a Jerome… but now I am stumped and intriqued! GH is must see!!!

k/kay
k/kay

Can someone sorry I do not get it what is the point of Emma Sams/Holly. TG needs to retire the man is 66 and he is way long in the tooth for these silly escapades. I saw 10 minutes of the show today and turned it off I was embarrassed from Richard Simmons and Lucy Coe’s stupid overacting.

Shay
Shay

Here, here on your comment regarding the walking embarrassment called “Richard Simmons.” That tragic ensemble he sported made my eyes hurt, but not as much as my ears did from his shrieking diatribe….now that all has been forgiven, may we please dispense with any further return appearances from that deluded nutcase? His ill-timed antics completely put a damper on the occasion, as did Lucy’s usual attention-grabbing behavior…..their little brouhaha made such a mockery of the event, which was already pathetic enough, given it was a bargain basement bar wedding. That being said, the flowers were gorgeous, as was Maxie’s dress and choker…(not so much the hair though…) Hey, did anyone else notice that when she was seated during RS’s temper tantrum that her necklace was missing??? Did I miss her removing it, or was this just a continuity flub? It magically reappeared in time for the nups and her labor to commence….just asking. Lastly, while we are talking frocks, does anyone better demonstrate just how bitchen and becoming basic black can be as our beloved “Dr. O?” The “Duchess of Darkness” always seems to get it oh so perfect, right down to her jaunty chapeaus, stunning scarves and rocking-croc tote (Large enough to conceal a change of identity and a bottle of”MJ Juice,” but not so immense as to be obtrusive.) Somehow, this “Valkyrie”-loving vamp finds time to put her best fashion foot forward no matter what pressing evil-doing is on her agenda. Gotta love the woman!!!!! P.S. The “Divine Devane” also made quite the style statement the other day with those kick-ass stiletto boots…wonder if she and KM shoe shop at the same place????

gloria
gloria

I cannot for the life of me, figure out why Richard Simmons should EVER be back on this show. I mean, someone explain it to me! Lucy gets on the very last nerve I have (although her haircut looks great) Maxie’s hair was hideous at the wedding-otherwise (without Richard) the wedding was fine. Dr. O is crazily awesome & Anna, well, what can I say? She is just IT. Love her. As for Tony Geary being too old, NO. He is NOT. He still has it in spades. Will love him forever & Holly is totally a part of things because of her long history with Robert, Sean, Tiffany, etc.

Shay
Shay

@Gloria….It was one thing to have RS on as a part of the 50th Anniversary….he is a memorable legacy character, so I was not opposed to his appearance, per se. However, anyone who recalls him from GH back in the day would describe him as sweet, caring, a tad eccentric, but basically a very nice person. Problem is the demented, campy loon that he returned as this year bears no resemblance to his role of yesteryear. It’s more like the real life RS who has repeatedly shown up on the David Letterman Show displaying increasingly bizarre antics, not to mention playfully begging the host to take him fishing(?)….just really off-the-wall stuff. It’s quite painful to watch and really not even funny because you truly doubt the sanity of the man….I haven’t watched The Late Show in eons, but I definitely saw my fill of that shtick. To feature Richard in this state on GH once was more than enough… twice was simply unforgiveable!!!!! As for Luke, he is GH…and as resident super anti-hero, he will never retire, just eventually fade away on his own terms. Although, I must admit that worn out junta look he was rocking on Friday’s episode was not his best…and oh, what was up with Holly’s eyebrows? I mean, what was UP with them, as they never moved down???? She seemed constantly surprised…other than that, glad to see her back, too. Most of the vintage cast members have been really great this year…still need more Frisco, Robert and Noah, and please, a lot less Lucy. I know I catch much flack for my critiques of her, but at least you (and k/kay!) back me up on this. Thanks, ladies!!!

Dan
Dan

That’s a shame that you turned off the show, k/kay, because Richard Simmons was a very minor background player to what was an otherwise tremendous Friday cliff hanger episode. Personally, I don’t care for Richard on the show either, but I understand what they were trying to do. A little light-hearted comedy to balance out all of the drama.

As for Tony Geary, sure he’s getting older, but aren’t we all? He’s still awesome in my book, and I love seeing him do the adventure/mystery type of storylines. He’s a GH institution and I hope he’s around as long as he wants to be.

BETH
BETH

It was all lost on me. Didn’t watch Loving or The City. So all of this is new to me. Could be interesting to see where the storyline would/could go.

teresa
teresa

Love It, I Loved Loving!

Lynne
Lynne

I keep thinking is it possible somehow britt is Anna’s daughter

Phil
Phil

I think it was clever! I liked the nod at Living/The City… I think they ought to bring in some of those characters if only for an arc! Perhaps this could lead to a rebirth of Loving online????

Blake
Blake

That’s really cool that they did that for Loving/The City!

I got into the show when that story was happening and when they changed to The City, I thought that was bold and really cool.

susan M.
susan M.

Lucy’s hair is shorter! I liked her hair longer..That’s my opinion.. She has gorgeous hair! Thick!

susan M.
susan M.

GH is SMOKIN HOT!!!!!! Who is locked in that room when Luke opened the door? Could it be Robin or someone else??? We will all have to tune in on Mon. to find out! So suspenseful!!!!!!!!

Roger
Roger

I really got excited when holly mentioned being in some small town in Pennsylvania. I knew exactly what was coming next. The set doesn’t compare to the original Alden living room. That was perhaps one of the most beautiful best constructed sets ever made for a daytime drama. I think the scene designer won many Emmys for his work. I could see how GH was trying to imitate it, and I understand that budget is always an issue these days, but I was distracted during these scenes because this faux Alden living room sucked compared to the one from Loving. Also, wasn’t Deborah Brewster the last inhabitant of the Alden mansion when the show went off the air? Why would she have photos of gwyneth (?!), Cabot , and Trisha lying around? And the photos weren’t distressed enough if they had been in some abandoned room for 18 yrs.

JOYCE
JOYCE

WELL I think its is faision, or it might be ROBIN, OR JERRY JACKS. BE hind that door.OR THIS MIGHT JUST BE AWAY THAT , THE WRITER ARE TRYING TO BRING JASON BACK IN THE PICTURE. FASION might have pull him out of the water thats why they have notfound his body.

Jared
Jared

It was a fun week on GH. Frank & Ron obviously respect and love the soaps and enjoy throwing in some nods to daytime’s history. There’s also enough comedy to counterbalance the drama. They take the show seriously but at the same time aren’t afraid to make fun of themselves. It’s all about the entertainment, folks. Y&R show runners could use some advice from these two men.

Some random thoughts about GH:
1) I’m sad that Connie’s going, and I’m sad that Sonny is still on the show. No offense to Mr. Benard, but that character has been played out. Unless he’s going to finally grow up, I have no use for this character. Maybe an interesting twist would be for it to be revealed that he was in law enforcement the whole time, like CIA or something like that. Anyway, I’m glad that Frank and Ron have the wisdom to not overplay this character, so I guess I can deal.
2) Where’s Laura? She lights up the screen, and this new stronger incarnation is a delight. I think the people want to see Laura. She’s adored, and she brings more fans to the show.
3) Still not digging Franco/Silas/Kiki, and I wish the two shows could have reached an agreement. It would have been best for the fans and the actors, who are the ones who suffered, not the idiot executives who run these networks and studios.
4) I’m LOVING (pun or no pun intended lol) the Britch, Dr. O, Felix, Anna, Duke, Luke, Holly, Mac, Felicia, Maxie, Sabrina, Patrick, Little Emma, Tracey, AJ, etc. I also love how the vintage characters come and go as needed. It’s a lot of fun, and always something to look forward to. Who’ll pop up next? hehe

Patricia penn
Patricia penn

I hope it is Christine Tudor as Gwenyth Alden!

Michele
Michele

Me too! She is the best actress to ever be on day time TV and her fans want her back! Make it happen GH

Samantha
Samantha

I agree – So over the Sonny issues and glad Frank and Ron realize that the show other people on it, some terrifically amazing actors and deep wonderful characters that need to be explored further, that need to be embraced fully and shown much more often!

I am curious of about Sam and Silas, I like the changes in him so far, mostly due to him and Rafe. Kiki I feel they are trying to force a Michael/Kiki pairing and as much as the chemistry is there, the S/L is lame so far. Franco – I like how Carly can see something better in him, especially given how horrible she was (you know stealing her mother’s husband but now they have a great relationship)

I LOVE Felix. Sabrina is running thin on me, but I absolutely love how they have redeemed Brit! Best move ever having Dr. O as her mother!!!!!! More Emma please 🙂 Hating Tracy just baiting AJ, come on – own up to the family member in trouble and don’t goad him to fall off the wagon when he has worked so freaking hard. He paid for his sins and feels deep remorse for his actions – move on Tracy, find another enemy (how about another corporate to take down……maybe run by someone’s long lost child – I feel Mac needs one of those)

Garrett D.
Garrett D.

I didn’t watch Loving/The City when they were on but have watched clips and episodes on youtube. I can’t wait for Monday or whenever we get to see what’s behind the door Luke opened.

Patricia penn
Patricia penn

I hope it is Christine Newman as Gwenyth Alden

DakotaCelt
DakotaCelt

The thing that would tie this all into a nice and tidy package is to have Alex Masters (Randolph Mantooth) turn up. He was aware of Tracey Quartermaine’s activities on the City.

Sheer brilliance….

Shay
Shay

Or Jonathan Matalaine, aka “The Devil!” Remember that storyline with John O’Hurley???? Would explain a lot with all these nefarious members of this mysterious league of evil…Maybe even Roger Howarth as yet another character…he played “Kent Masters” on the show. Does anyone remember him?????

I'mSmartYou'reNot
I'mSmartYou'reNot

I am not watching GH any more, but I watched Loving/The City and it’s very cute that they did this. I think it could be very exciting to tie in Loving somehow. I’d definitely tune back in. I tried to give GH a shot but after the Nurse’s Ball I lost interest. If they use the vets more, I’d reconsider.

KM
KM

LOL. I didn’t watch Loving or The City so I had NO idea what they were talking about until someone on another board explained it to me.

I don’t know if these nods to never especially popular and eventually cancelled soaps is such a great idea. From other responses here it was obviously appreciated by some who watched but for others like me who didn’t can be a little off putting. Instead of actually telling me a coherent story I feel like I must have missed an episode…or a hew hundred.

So who (or what) is in the basement? Caleb Morley? Barnabas Collins’s cane? Delia Ryan? I mean, really…is this stuff actually leading somewhere storywise or is it just stuck in the past?

And speaking of stuck in the past, I’d actually have laughed if it were Richard Simmons tied up in the basement 🙂 Stupid but at least a joke accessible to everyone.

Marc
Marc

It would be wonderful to see more of Loving in any fashion. It was such an underrated show . God knows I need a reason to into this show has it is

Dan
Dan

I loved it! I thought the entire week of GH was fantastic. When Luke opened the door and went into the secret passage way, and the show ended without us finding out what was in there, I was disappointed. But in a good way, lol. As in I can’t wait to watch on Monday and find out what happens next. What a great cliff hanger!

From the return of Sean Donely after all these years, to the hilarious Tuesday episode with the karaoke, complete with Dr. Obrecht singing, and Mac and Kevin bringing back Norma and Eve, to all the twists and turns with Luke and Holly, Duke getting drugged, Britt getting arrested, and everything else, GH is on fire again!

Darnell
Darnell

Sensational!!!!! This could be a huge story line that could tell the tale of all tales. If they are smart, they could use Corinth as the town Obrecht and Faison used to experiment and test their dangerous plan. They can use the Alden’s as a family who had ties to Faison. I would love to see any alive characters pop up. Is Gwyneth still alive? She would make an awesome addition to GH if her family ties are traced to PC. Remember, she married into the Alden’s.

Carolyn
Carolyn

I agree with you, totally Darnell. I think Gwyneth is alive. We never saw a dead body. It would be the best if Christine L. Tudor came back and reprised the role of Gwyneth Alden!!

Samantha
Samantha

Fanstic idea!!!!!

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GH’s James Patrick Stuart Talks on Valentin’s Downfall and Potential Rise to Power

After all his bravado, machinations and lies to keep the woman he loves, and believing he was the rightful heir to the Cassadine fortune, suddenly it all came crashing down for Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) on recent episodes of General Hospital.

Payback can be a bitch, but for Valentin; who’s past has been fraught with numerous physical and emotional tribulations since his childhood, he now finds himself at the lowest point in his life; losing Nina (Cynthia Watros) who’s now taken up with Jax (Ingo Rademacher), realizing he is the biological son of the evil Helena Cassadine (Constance Towers), and not Mikkos, and having all his best laid plans and misdeeds backfire.  (Remember, he shot and “killed” Nikolas, and set up the ruse that led Sasha to pretend she was Nina’s bio-daughter.)  Now, enter Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier), who could very well hold the ticket, to Valentin’s rise to wealth and power all over again.

Michael Fairman TV chatted with James Patrick Stuart to get the lowdown on: those heavy and emotional scenes opposite Constance Towers, working with Cynthia Watros as his newest Nina, if Valentin might really kill Jax the next time he thinks about it, and what about a potential relationship between Anna (Finola Hughes) and Valentin?

Not many can play bad as good as James in this industry.  He does it so effortlessly and still brings out the humanity in the guy that has t-r-o-u-b-l-e written all over him.  Here’s what James had to share about all of Valentin’s recent dramatic moments, a tease of what’s to come, and much more.

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Valentin’s world has imploded at the moment.  When did you initially find out that he was going to turn out to not be a true Cassadine heir?

JAMES:  Well, there were some clues dropped by Frank Valentini (executive producer, GH) back when we did the gallery auction where Helena’s portrait went up in flames.  Frank looked at me and goes, “Hey, Jack Nicholson it up.  Have some fun!  You’re not going to be feeling pretty good for a while.”  (Laughs)  I’m like, “Oh … what are the plans?”  He pulled me aside and goes, “Yeah, you’re going to lose Nina, but you’re going to try to take over ELQ.  That’s when I started to go, “Wait a minute!  That sounds to me like Valentin’s losing his money.”  (Laughs)  With the character of Nikolas (Marcus Coloma) coming back; it’s pretty great.  I think the writing was on the wall there.  I put it out on twitter the other day.  I said, “Look what they’ve done to my boy.”  Somebody chimed in, “They gave him a storyline!” (Laughs)

Who doesn’t love to see you, James Patrick Stuart, play tortured soul?  They audience loves to see you get the opportunity to go to those depths in your performances.

JAMES:  It’s been really interesting for me.  I’ve had a lifetime of playing bad guys because the line was always shorter. (Laughs)  Everybody wants to be Tom Cruise, but the Alan Rickman’s of it all, to me, were what was so interesting.  Early on, you play one dimensional kind of twisting of the mustache, tying a woman to the train tracks.  After a while, you start to watch the truly great actors.  They start to take you on a ride.  If you’re paying attention, you start to feel what it would be like to be that damaged, and that’s why you do it.  Then you start to see the vulnerability. To me, I thought, “This is a great time in my life because I’m ready to do that.” A lot of people say, “I don’t understand.  I feel like that makes no sense. because why would I root for a person who behaves like this?” and that to me, I feel is the greatest compliment of all.

So much happened recently to Valentin in one fell swoop; he overhears Nina telling Ava (Maura West) she kissed Jax, then he envisions shooting Jax and then he is drinking himself into oblivion and he gets a “visit” from Helena!  But … the scenes between Valentin and Helena really summed up the bitter truth for him, wouldn’t you say?

JAMES:  Yes.  In the “Helena” scenes, it all basically is revealed.  It all comes down in a moment where he “sees” her.  I think he realizes with the DNA test; he’s not the person he thought he was, but he certainly had no idea that he had her blood in his veins.  The truly tragic moment of the evening is when it dawns on him that he has a daughter with Helena’s blood in her veins.  Now, he would kill her a thousand times over in that moment.  He can’t do it.  He’s fighting phantoms.  That’s the bottom below the bottom, and things got worse than he ever thought they would get.

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Does Valentin have any idea then, who his biological father could be?

JAMES:  I don’t think so.  I don’t believe so.  I know I don’t.  I think once he realizes that Helena is in fact the mother, I think he’d rather just go into oblivion.  I think at that point, he’s out of answers.  Enter Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) …which is wonderful because I think the world of Nancy, and she saves the day.   Alexis basically talks him out of hurting himself, telling him to count his blessings that he is not a Cassadine, etc, which was a really sweet moment.

I assume, when you have this kind of material to play, it must be exhausting, but exhilarating at the same time?

JAMES:  I think that’s exactly right.  As an actor, I think you want to do this stuff.  Maura West and I compare notes all the time.  I think it can be kind of emotionally draining.  You do feel it, and I felt it when I had spent a lot of time with Nina and Valentin, and when the actresses changed, and we brought Cynthia Watros in.  I worked twice as hard to make sure that Cynthia’s landing was as easy as possible, and I really grew attached to the Nina and Valentin connection.  So, when Jax steps in, Cynthia’s love life means nothing to me, I don’t care about that, but Nina’s love life means a lot to me!  And it bums me out, and I don’t know that I’ll actually be watching any future love scenes between them as much as I love them both!  I have a deep attachment to the Valentin connection to Nina.  So, the lines get burred because we just play these characters so long.

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What was it like sharing those tough scenes with Constance? No one can play icy, evil villainess like her … and yet in real life, she is such a gracious and kind-hearted woman.

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JAMES:  In real life, Constance is such a sweetheart, and she’s so grateful to be there.  She was so ready to work, and rehearse, and play, and find the stuff, and she was great.  I’d been in scenes with her before.  Last time, we didn’t really talk to each other.  I was with the hump.  I was being Valentin pre-surgery.  It was some sort of moment in a graveyard, but this time we actually got to interact with each other.

You look at Valentin, and he’s not had the greatest life.  Do you bring his entire back-story into your performance; such as when he was deformed with the hump and how he had to literally reconstruct his life both in the physical and in emotional ways for many years?

JAMES:  Absolutely.  It’s the brokenness that he’s making choices from.  He was never truly and authentic person to begin with which is why his love fell apart.  He’s always been faking.  He’s always been putting on a show.  That’s not sustainable in matters of the heart.  It was unbelievably easy for Jax to swoop in, because it was inevitable that things were going to fall apart.  Of course, that anger and that brokenness were what lead him to want to kill Jax.  There’s no question.  He was prepared to do that.  If you look in the eyes in the fantasy sequence in the shooting, he just wanted to watch him die.  He wanted to watch the light go out in Jax’s eyes.  He was so furious … and even more tragic is … that was all he could think of, and somehow, he realized in that moment that wouldn’t work, because he’d lose his daughter.

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Anna and Finn (Michael Easton) just kind of busted up.  Do you think Anna and Valentin will hookup? There is a connection and a history between the two of them whenever they seem to be in proximity of one another.

JAMES:  Personally, I’m waiting for that.  I hope so!  There is a finesse and elegance to that woman, and not only that, there is an effortless to the connection between Valentin and Anna, if one can say that about one’s own coupling.  I love to look at it!  I think we go together like a wink and a smile.  I just find that chemistry really great.  I think that’s mostly Finola, though.  She can probably have chemistry with most anything.

Valentin was going to leave Port Charles with Charlotte (Scarlett Fernandez), after Nikolas revealed all and the fallout began.  Interestingly enough, it was Anna who came to Valentin’s side and tried to talk him down from fleeing with his daughter and showed such compassion for him!

JAMES:  Wasn’t that great?  She was the one who got him.  She was the one who was able to calm the beast.  There was no one else he would have listened to.  In the moment in the police station, after Charlotte had been kidnapped, and there is that moment where Anna has that bruise, I thought it was such a tender moment.  I just said, “If I kiss my finger and touch your wound?” and she’s like, “Do it.”  It was just this moment where we had been bitter rivals and enemies for so long, but he just adores her so much it’s undeniable that he sees her wounded and wants to make it better.  It’s floating out there waiting to be done.  I know that everybody knows it.  It’s just a matter of what the right away to go about in the writing would be.

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So, you’ve worked opposite two acting dynamos in the role of Nina – Michelle Stafford and now, Cynthia Watros.  Was the transition difficult for you when Cynthia came to GH?

JAMES:  It wasn’t.  It was scary because Michelle Stafford wasn’t just one in a million, I mean, she is one of a kind.  The last thing in the world that I would ever want to consider doing myself was recast that actress.  So, my deal was (and I’ve said this to Cynthia) I said, “I have no control over this.  All I can do is make the landing as easy as possible for Cynthia.”  We did a lot of photoshoots together, and I had flowers waiting for her, and I did everything possible to make sure that she knew that she had a friend and that she had somebody that was going to make it as easy as possible.  It was rough because a lot of the trolls on social media were just awful to her… just brutal, and she goes, “I have thick skin.  I can take it,” and then a week later, she goes, “I’ve closed all my social media accounts!”  (Laughs)  It’s been fun to watch those guys turn around and go, “You have a really special person.”  That wedding stuff was just incredible!  She came so prepared and she knocked it out of the park.  Cynthia has been wonderful.  I love them both.  I love her the reddest, and I love Michelle the bluest, and together I love them the purplest.  (Laughs)

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It’s interesting that all the women in his life such as Anna and Nina, all have a soft-spot for Valentin; even though they don’t necessarily want to be with him.  These ladies are just drawn to this dysfunctional guy.

JAMES:  Don’t you think?  Is it that you want to help him, you want to fix him, you see the potential, you want to help him despite himself?  I think that’s what it is.

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Do you think Valentin’s still going to try to win Nina back, or is that done? 

JAMES:  I don’t know.  I do know that the Valentin I know will never shake Nina, and when he loves, he loves forever.  He can be simultaneously in love with Anna whenever she’s near.  I don’t believe he ever truly got over Nina hearing his story and his brokenness and still loving him twice as hard.  Years ago, there was a moment where he said to her the stuff that he’s never said, and Michelle beautifully kissed my tears away and said, “You’re beautiful” to me.   I think in that moment his fate was sealed.  I think he knew that this was his woman forever.  So, I just don’t think that that goes away.  I think he will always carry a torch for Nina, for sure.

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Do you see Valentin becoming darker and darker now that he had found out he is Helena’s offspring?

JAMES:  Well, yes and no.  I remember watching these scenes and we’ve done a lot of this stuff, and you know how easy it is to sort of go, “Let’s go dark, let’s go dark, let’s go more dark,” and after a while, I go, “You know, maybe he does learn something.  Maybe there’s hope for this guy after all.”  Of course, more bad stuff will happen to him, and he will do more bad stuff, because that’s just who he is.  A leopard can’t change his spots, and those are his survival instincts, but there are some new colors, and it’s all a direct result of all of just these horrible things that have happened to him… mostly learning that he is part Helena and he can’t undo that.

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We saw that Nelle (Chloe Lanier) called and then goes to see Valentin, because she wants to sell her shares of ELQ.  So, obviously he has the potential to become really rich here which is what would give him his power back.  How do you think that will go over with the rest of the Quartermaines? (Laughs)

JAMES:  (Laughs) A lot of the Quartermaine actors have been asking me that in the hallways of General Hospital!  Isn’t that interesting how he’ll just sort of switch families? (Laughs)

Of all the people, just as Valentin’s life is in the gutter and he is at his lowest, who should show up with a sort of lifeline, Nelle! How will he go about attempting to gain control of ELQ?

JAMES:  Valentin knows he has to get the majority shares to gain a control of the company, and he has to do it fast before people see that he’s doing it.  So, that’s where Michael E. Knight (Martin Gray) has been.  He’s gallivanting the states rapidly accumulating shares.  (Laughs)

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It’s been so fun seeing you and Michael Knight on-screen and on a daytime soap together again, as so many remember you as Tad Martin and Will Cortlandt on All My Children.  How has it been getting the chance to work with Michael?

JAMES:  My God, are you kidding me?  He taught me!  He’s the guy who taught me.  I didn’t know how to do this.  Nobody instinctively knows… this is a very unique art form.  It’s more Jazz than anything else, and he showed me how to do it!  Walt Willey (Ex-Jack, AMC) showed me how to do my hair, and Michael Knight taught me how to break down a script!  And, what’s so funny is he is still doing it.  In a scene on GH, when he threw in that line, “From now on, you pay in advance,” I just about fell on the floor!  I thought, “There he is!  That’s the Michael I’ve always known and loved.”

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Who would have thought that you guys would get to share scenes like that again on soaps?  You just never know in this life who may be wind up back in your orbit.

JAMES:  It’s incredible.  That’s what we say all of the time… “Who would have thought?”  You could never plan something like this and that we’d still be doing it at this point.

Now with Lulu (Emme Rylan) learning that Valentin is not a Cassadine, and Nina apparently moving on to a relationship with Jax, what do you think it will mean for their relationship in raising their daughter, Charlotte?

JAMES:  I think in the short-term, Valentin’s shelved any ideas of getting her out of Charlotte’s life.  He’s sort of putting out the fires in his own personal life.  Charlotte needs a mother in her life, and he’s quite willing to share custody as they always have been.  She seems to be looking at this as an opportunity to paint him as an unfit father, and she wants full-time custody.  So, we’re back to that again.  It looks to me like Lulu is kicking Valentin while he’s down.

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It was so nice to see you, and some of your GH co-stars such as: Steve Burton (Jason) and Maurice Benard (Sonny) show up for Y&R’s Eric Braeden’s (Victor Newman) 40th anniversary on set celebration at CBS.  It was quite the event; speakers galore, and so many from our industry and beyond in attendance.

JAMES:  It was pretty profound.  Eric has always been kind to me.  I only worked with him on one movie, a western, called The Man Who Came Back, and that was probably 12 years ago.  He has been so complimentary of me in interviews and in his book.  So, if he does that with me, I can only imagine how many dear, dear friendships he has.  So, the fact that everybody showed up like that from the president of CBS Entertainment to local councilmen, and that they were willing to do be there for 2 hours was really proof of how much they love him.  Peter Bergman (Jack, Y&R), who I don’t even think was working that day, came in for it and spoke at the event. There was so much respect shown for Eric and what he has meant to this medium.

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Your album The Apple Tree was so well-received, and everyone always loves seeing you get the opportunity to sing on General Hospital as well.  Will you continue to put out more music in 2020?

JAMES:  Yeah, that’s the plan.  I have another one that I’m working on.  I have a bunch of songs.  I’m in no rush to get it out.  Unfortunately, I lost Glen Roven, who wrote the cello part for Book of Love, passed away right after the Nurses’ Ball where I played Book of Love, which is really heartbreaking, and then, Michael Sherwood, who helped me with a number of songs on the record passed away right after The Apple Tree came out.  So, I’m a little gun-shy.  But, I’m planning on having something out by December for Christmas.

In closing, what would you say the fans should look forward to in the weeks ahead from Valentin?

JAMES: Look forward to that moment where Valentin is so low that there’s nowhere to go but up!  The comeback is going to be one for the books.

So, what do you think of how Valentin’s life hit rock bottom?  Do you think he will ever win Nina back? Do you think he will takeover ELQ? Share your thoughts on James’ recent performances and his thoughts contained in this interview via the comment section below.

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General Hospital Delivers Super-Sized Promo: The Truth About Wiley To Be Revealed

This week, General Hospital is going full-tilt set to deliver the moment that fans of the show have been waiting for since back in September 2018, when on one fateful night  …

(Cliff Notes version here) Brad and Lucas’s adopted child dies, Nelle gives birth in the woods with an assist from Liesl. Brad and Nelle comes face to face on the road; the two switch babies and keep the long-held secret that Brad and Lucas are actually raising Nelle and Michael’s bio-son. Meanwhile, Willow thinks she is Wiley’s birth mother, having no idea, that her baby died with Brad.

Julian has been in on the secret, and when Brad finally revealed to Lucas the truth about Wiley, it caused their car to crash (Remember: Kendra who in the other car, who was trying to kill Alexis) which has left Lucas with only fragmented memories of that night.

Realizing everything is getting too close for comfort for the truth to come out; Brad accepts a job in Portland and is moving with Lucas and Wiley, while Nelle is selling her shares of ELQ to Valentin to get out of dodge too, so she can follow them, we think.

But in one of the best promo’s we have ever seen for a daytime drama series, as you see below; will Lucas remember and reveal the truth to Michael?

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From the cast credits at the end of the promo, to the setting up of the tale, this is one promo not to be missed.  Check it out below.

Now, let us know, how you think the truth will come to light that Michael will find out he is Wiley (AKA Jonah) biological father and that their was a baby switch? Will it be as teased in the promo, or some other way? Comment below.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Valentin’s World Crumbles; Anna & Finn Put On The Brakes

Yesterday’s episode of ABC’s General Hospital featured emotional performances by James Patrick Stuart (Valentin), Finola Hughes (Anna) and Michael Easton (Finn) as it looks like a significant shift may be coming for their characters on the Port Charles canvas, or is it?

Valentin has overheard Nina (Cynthia Watros) telling Ava (Maura West) that she kissed Jax (Ingo Rademacher), which further sends him into a tailspin.  He is still reeling from the fact that the DNA results, that he had run, proved that he is not a Cassadine, as Nikolas (Marcus Coloma) had claimed and revealed.

When Valentin enters Ava’s art gallery, he gets a moment alone with Nina where he tells her he doesn’t know who he is anymore.  Nina tells him he is free now to start over and concentrate on his daughter, Scarlett, but that she will no longer be a part of his life.

You can tell Nina still has feelings for Valentin and cares about him, but is it more? Or, is she now going to move on with Jax? Well, after a pep talk, of sorts, from Ava, looks like she may just go after Jax and see where things may lead with him.

Later, Valentin is drinking and gets his gun and is ready to kill Jax, or so it seems.  He heads out to go confront Jax in his office.  Next, we see Valentin shoot Jax with Josslyn (Eden McCoy) and Dustin (Mark Lawson) looking on.  However, we soon learn that this scenario was all in Valentin’s mind, as we come back to present time and Jax, Dustin, and Josslyn are all talking and wondering what Valentin wants.  He covers and tells Jax he just came to tell him he wasn’t a Cassadine.  Still later, Lulu is filled in about Valentin.

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Meanwhile, Brad (Parry Shen) meets up with Nelle (Chloe Lanier) and tells her that he and Lucas (Ryan Carnes) are moving away from Port Charles.  He admits to her that he told Lucas before the accident, about baby Wiley being Michael and Nelle’s bio-son.  She is pissed.  Nelle realizes he wants to move Lucas and Wiley away to keep from triggering Lucas’ memory of the car crash.  Later, that prompts Nelle to leave Valentin a message that she is ready to sell her ELQ shares to him as she needs to leave town ASAP.

However, when Nelle places her call, Vakentin does not pick up; instead he is on the floor drunk, and opens a box with the Cassadine ring in it, and lo and behold, we see a woman appear, who by all accounts will be Helena (Constance Towers) since we know Towers is making a visit during February sweeps.  Will Valentin be talking to a dead Helena about the lies perpetrated on him … or is something else going on? Stay tuned for today’s episode.

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Elsewhere, Anna is angry that Finn betrayed her with confirming information to Jason (Steve Burton) and his stance on her son Peter’s dirty deeds.. Finn says she’s just so blind to the truth about Peter and he is a dangerous man; after all, Peter kept Jason locked up for years.  Anna says Jason will now retaliate and try to kill Peter.  She is overcome with terror and upset that no one will give Peter the benefit of a doubt.

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It’s clear she wants a second chance at being Peter’s mother and can’t see past that. With that, the duo is at a crossroads. Finn goes to get his daughter, Violet and packs a bag and moves of their place and heads to the Metro Court for the night.  He tells Anna he has to protect his daughter.  Of course, when they get to the Metro Court, they run into Peter (Wes Ramsey) and Maxie (Kirsten Storms).  Finn is not happy.   Will Anna and Finn reconcile? Will Peter finally, finally get his comeuppance?

Share your thoughts on what you would like to see happen for Valentin, Nina, Jax, Anna, Finn, and Peter via the comment section below. But first, check out these scenes between Finn and Anna.

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