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Troy Ruptash Cast As General Hospital's Mysterious Dixon!

Photo Credit: Nathan Barbour and Gigi Deleon

Photo Credit: Nathan Barbour and Gigi Deleon

Ah, Dixon! Just who is this guy?  That’s what fans of the ABC soap opera General Hospital have been hoping to find out. Well, it looks like they are about to get some answers when Dixon first appears on the Port Charles canvas on the Thursday, February 18th episode.

Actor Troy Ruptash has been as Dixon, the man Paul Hornsby (Richard Burgi) has been reporting to during his mysterious phone calls.  One thing is for sure, Dixon is a bad guy.  His timing for arriving on the GH canvas looks to tie-in to some major story devlopments that kick-off this week.  But, just how long Dixon sticks around remains to be seen.

A Canadian-born actor, Ruptash’s other TV credits include: Maron, Chuck, NCIS: Los Angeles, Justified, and The Mentalist to name just a few.

So, what do you think of Troy Ruptash taking on the role of Dixon?  Is Dixon going to be one helluva badass mobster, or something else? What do you think will go down when Dixon appears? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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Mister Media
Mister Media

All the mob bad-guy stuff is too convoluted to capture my interest. This character is just another in a never ending series of baddies who come on to challenge the Corinthos business and attempt to make Sonny and his mob business look sympathetic in comparison. At this point it’s all tedious. No matter how much Sonny loves his family he is an underworld criminal. GH is my soap and I love it, but why is it so boring, tedious and slow these days? The show has the best cast in daytime and the least interesting story lines. Long live GH!

su0000
su0000

He is not of the mob, he is Cartel which will have WSB involved, of course..
Dixon has nothing to with Sonny, Sonny will be shown as the good guy by stopping the Cartel gun running..

Mister Media
Mister Media

Thanks for the clarification. I’m sure you’re correct, but those distinctions don’t really change my sense that the story is convoluted and tedious. I appreciate you weighing in with the details. I’ll have to get up to speed with the Cartel before all heck breaks loose!

Ces
Ces

I agree. The mob stuff, sleazy Paul, and Ava with the Raj guns are not interesting stories. . It is more like a cheap version of a Mission Impossible movie that I can never understand. Really, I just don’t care to understand. Unlike the article says, I didn’t even realize or CARE about some Dixon character.
I am much more interested in what is going on with Tracy.

CeeCee
CeeCee

Ahh, Mister Media.
As I keep repeating….almost verbatim to what you said….it is a ploy, contrived to make us ‘accept’ Sonny…embrace him even, as the all-American mob boss, family man. He is ensconced in his own world of coffee beans and a fleet of brigands working with and for him.
As yourself, I love all my soaps…lol, all three of them. So, no matter the slowness, no matter the tedium, I’ll stay put.
Great post. Mister M.

Patrick
Patrick

Sonny can man up all he wants… it just grates at me… how revered they prop themselves

Sonny and all those affiliated with the Corinthos’

blech!

so long as Ava is not incriminated… she must retain sole custody of Avery

CeeCee
CeeCee

@Patrick,
You bet, my friend. Sonny is a walking, fire-breathing oxymoron; along with his family and henchmen. No ideals….and those ‘moral codes’ he follows, have no rhyme or rhythm.

CeeCee
CeeCee

Rhyme or reason..lol

nancy dillingham
nancy dillingham

Yes. And you are right; Sonny is an underworld criminal.

Timmm
Timmm

I thought when the two females writers were hired we were told less mob, more hospital?

Mister Media
Mister Media

It seems that every time new writers are brought in they make that same promise. It buys them some good will with fans for a time but they never really deliver.

Tomas Torquemada
Tomas Torquemada

So agree with folks on this about Sonny and his morals. So, what is he selling? Drugs? We got to see people say oh I draw the line at guns. BS. GH hints at his nefarious deeds but what are they? Drugs or prostitution or extortion or illegal gambling or arson for hire or?

I’m so sick of Sonny and the mob. Now Morgan is Guido Jr….. ugh

Amber Fayez
Amber Fayez

I agree that the show has terribly boring. At this point I don’t know what they could do to make it better. I know that the new writers had to finish some of the old story lines and also wanted a chance to make these storylines their own. Unfortunately I think most are fast forwarding or simply not tuning in as much they used to.The simply fact that they post spoilers daily and you know who is going to be on the next day doesn’t help much.

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
Jimh(leave it to beaver)

i still think Paul is Haydens father unless this guy is suppose to be…maybe he is Mitch Williams Trays ex…no, too young…just one in a revolving door of baddies to come in and create some trouble…then move on to the next…been there done that…nothing new and inspiring…yawn…past my beddy time…nite…nite,

su0000
su0000

Dixon had better put me on the edge and bring me out of my coma..

Ally
Ally

Lol too funny.

Layla Kalich
Layla Kalich

I know they need more in the mob than just Sonny. Who knows what they are doing with Julian these days. I believe he needs to be more than just the other half of Julexis. Every week they seem to add an additional cast member or two. Which means we hardly see those that we really want to see. How many cast members are too many cast members?

There have been so many really great cast members that have been killed off or just written off that this all just doesn’t make sense. We have Ian Buchanan that could quite literally come back as Duke’s brother to avenge his death. Come on this writing team is no stranger to crazy writing. There is Robb Derringer. I know people are going to say he was hardly on. Or he was recast and then brought back for a limited time. However at least he can act and isn’t some pretty boy model that just looks good on the screen. Yes they brought back Jeffrey Vincent Praise but the writing is so crazy on that we don’t know which way poor Carlos is going. Tristian Rogers is worth more than just being Finola Hughes side kick. Give him a good strong storyline and maybe he will stick around. The list goes on and on, yet GH seems to think they need to send out a casting call for more and more people. Can you imagine at this point what main cast at fan club weekend will consist of? Hell at this point who is exactly main cast, considering the main cast is hardly ever seen anymore.

I hate to be all negative but where the heck is this soap going??

Doug
Doug

This soap is heading towards cancellation, sorry to say this. But that’s how I feel . GH sucks right now, and Days with the rape storyline. What can I say. Very turned off by Days. I will not watch Days, until it improves there storylines.

HeatherCaskey
HeatherCaskey

Yes, I agree, I couldn’t believe having a rape storyline on Days. It made me sick. I watch Days and GH.
I thought Michael Easton was going to be Dixon. They want to make Rebecca Herbst Abigail on Days, No! Everything is going nuts. I love all these actors but finish the story with Carlos and Anna, tie the loose ends.

As far as Rebecca Herbst leaving on GH, going to Days, make a brand new character for her.

If Michael Easton is coming back, make him a new character. Sorry but I hate looking at Chris Cositcheck and accepting him as Roman on Days.

I hope I made a point.

Shay
Shay

@Layla Kalich….Very well put! The last thing this show needs is another generic baddie….especially if Julian would simply abandon his full-time job of sexing up Alexis, then he might actually have something to contribute to the present-day GH mobwar! You are exactly right about needing Tristan Rogers back……pronto! Making him central to the plot along with Anna can maybe save the day for both Port Charles and this hideously overcrowded, underwhelming soap. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again….there is absolutely too much deadweight associated with today’s GH….most of us skip through entire episodes because the characters—mainly those insufferable newbies added over the past few years—being pushed to the forefront are uninspired, unwelcome and utterly boring. At this point, there are about three-quarters of the cast for whom I don’t give a fig….and that cannot sustain any program, let alone one that’s hobbling along as this one currently is. The notion that RH’s Liz may be the next to walk the plank on this already sinking ship is particularly disturbing….her departure would only serve to further alienate the many fans whose loyalty she has engendered through the years. Have the showrunners learned nothing with the Michael Easton fiasco? Quite frankly, were it not for his own upcoming return, I would probably be about ready to tune out for good. I’m hoping his character will revitalize the extreme ennui that has taken over Port Charles….if he is indeed the famously-mentioned Valentin Cassadine, then that would be a wonderful start. Finger crossed.

Harry 1
Harry 1

Love you, Shay.
And thank you for saying it so much better than I could.

Patrick
Patrick

@Layla Kalich

Rolling… LOL

YES… so be it… what she said… about all the men folk MIA

Ian Buchanan
Rob Derringer
Jeffrey Vincent Parise
Tristan Rogers

Wonderment and behold…. GH… Layla ‘ your go to

Shay… I just knew without reading your response.. that you were applauding this

You rightfully; add in Michael Easton

I’m still happy with seeing Carlos… just need more

PS: thanks for prodding…

“… The notion that RH’s Liz may be the next to walk the plank on this already sinking ship is particularly disturbing….her departure would only serve to further alienate ”

we need some good news for Rebecca Herbst

Timmm
Timmm

Generic baddies are usually brought in to prop up the baddies that are on contract! Also, generic baddies are used to help the PCPD actually make an arrest or kill someone! Robert Scorpio should be signed to a lifetime contract!

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
Jimh(leave it to beaver)

ME should be Valentin…that works for me…i am terribly missing our beloved mutter Dr.O…im glad Monica is at the hospital but i need my Dr.O…its like being addicted to a drug that has been taken away and now i am suffering from horrible withdrawal symptoms…sweating profusely , sleepless nights, barely able to eat and nervousness…i cant take it much longer…lol

Shay
Shay

@Harry 1…..Thank you, my dear Harry. The feeling is absolutely mutual!

Shay
Shay

@jimh…. Yes, yes, yes, we need Dr. O. back stat…. and in spades! The mirth, the merriment of the maniacal mutter is most, most missed! It’s long past due for Kathleen Gati’s hysterically hilarious and haughty Liesl Obrecht to resurface and finally reveal Nathan’s paternity…..if his bloodline were to trend Cassadine with Michael Easton’s Valentin, that would make for a most excellent storyline!

Shay
Shay

@Timmm….I’m not looking for another generic baddie….what GH needs is ar marquee-named, specific baddie to surpass all others, and nobody would fill that bill better than Valentin Cassadine, as portrayed by Michael Easton!

Shay
Shay

@Patrick….Oh yes, dear Patrick, we need a reprieve for the lovely and luminous Liz, so she will stay in Port Charles for many years to come….along with a permanently relocated from “Wisconsin” Robert Scorpio! Throw into that comfy combo of old favorites Michael Easton’s Valentin(?) and let the alchemy begin!

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
Jimh(leave it to beaver)

Haydens father…i still think it will be Paul…its Mith Willams Tracys ex????…no too young…..just yet another baddie in a revolving door of baddies to come in and cause trouble then we move on to the next…been there, done that…yawn…past my beddy time…nite…nite…lol

CeeCee
CeeCee

I think so, too, Jimmy. I have been saying it from the get go. But, I also said Kiki was Nina’s and Sabrina was Sonny’s daughter. I was wrong. But, you are usually on the money, as su0000 is.
Today, after Paul left Anna’s house, she picked up Susan’s picture to look at it; the scene automatically changed to Hayden……is that a sign? Oh, well. We shall see.
I am not sure Paul was telling Anna the truth. Are we to believe he’s been on the right side of the law all this time? Is he playing bad cop, good cop? Then, is Ava being set up? Is he really in Port Charles to rid it of all the baddies?

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
Jimh(leave it to beaver)

I kind of believe Paul might not be one of the bad guys but working undercover to get rid of the baddies…i could be wrong but thats what i think…i think he only slept with Ava to get info on her…maybe im wrong there but i still think im right about Paul being Hadens father.

CeeCee
CeeCee

@jimh.
I tend to agree with you, on all counts, Jimmy. I must admit I’m sort of stumped on this one. Paul seemed so sincere today. He is hard to read. He’s got that kind of face that scrambles my brain….is he? Or is he not?
Anna, also gave the impression she believed him. But, things may change in a New York. It is Port Charles, NY, afterall. Lol

Patrick
Patrick

Hi Ceec:

Nice read, on Paul… is he? or is he not?

it’s not so much that he’s walking a line on being good or bad… it’s just that he’s intriguing

OK stimuli loose

LOL.. I painted him a sophisticated henchman… there’s more though

I’m with Tracy

Shay
Shay

@CeeCeeGirl….It would be a refreshing development were Paul to be revealed as an actual good guy, although his behavior up until now has been so sleazy, that it may truly beggar belief to suggest we could forgive and forget his already sullied reputation were it to be revealed as a mere cover for infiltrating the underbelly of Port Charles and its criminal element. I’m particularly loathe to see him permanently attached to the likes of Hayden as her father….they have been trying every which way to concoct a palatable scenario to logically justify this guttersnipe’s ongoing existence and ingratiate her to the audience, hence I do so hope this is not the unimaginative plan devised to attempt just that. I really harbored high expectations for the character of Paul Hornsby when he first resurfaced in the form of Richard Burgi, and thus far, his oily dealings have left a huge feeling of disappointment for me. Having said that, he does generate a great deal of heat with Anna, and if Robert Scorpio is not fated to return to Port Charles for their ultimate reunion, then I could envision her in a realistic coupling with Paul should his honest nature be that of a white-hatted hero.

CeeCee
CeeCee

@Patrick.
New York second….sentence not finished.
Dig your philosophy, Patrick.
So, you think Paul as a henchman? In that case, he must be working for someone above him in the mob hierarchy, if he is, indeed, a baddie. You don’t think he is the top cat? Hmmmmm. Food for thought, my friend.

Jen
Jen

Honestly, General Hospital has an already bloated cast. They shouldn’t be creating new characters when they should be focused on the veterans and the heart of the show. They should be focused on keeping veterans, in fact. I’m beyond tired of mob characters and how new ones are constantly introduced. It’s a joke at this point.

Samantha
Samantha

GH is slowly dying, enough with this mob crap. I want more romance and more Robert Scorpio. If this mob crap stays on, GH will be a goner cancelled in the grave yard.

su0000
su0000

hi Samantha..
during the past 6ish months, Jean and Shelly have not written mob anything to mention..
They have fully focused on couples/love in the afternoon..
They have given a great amount time writing their version of romance/couples, that was their goal..
To say you’re tired of the mob when there has been no mob anything, then you are stuck in the Guza era..
I would be so dang happy if during the past 5 months there had been one, just one mob story, there has not..
mob talk of nothing much or an incident, but no real mob stuff..
I want the high drama back..

Mister Media
Mister Media

I respectfully disagree. Everything having to do with Paul Hornsby is mob related. Everything having to do with Carlos is mob related. Ava’s story line is mob related. Julian’s story line is mob related. Ana’s story line is mob related. Morgan’s story is mob related. Johnny’s appearance was mob related. Sonny’s motivation for hiding his condition is mob related. The gun running story is mob related. I agree that there have been no “mob war” outbreaks of violence and that there has been a greater emphasis on couples, but the mob theme permeates the show. If there was a really well-written mob story instead of the same hackneyed tales it would be great, like the epic stories of years past which brought the mob to Port Charles. They are missing an opportunity right now in that they have mentioned that Brad comes from the Asian mob family and he is in a romantic relationship with Lucas from the Jerome mob family. Exploring this would tie the crime story to a romantic story and could be interesting. Still, GH has the best cast in daytime. Long live GH!

Harry 1
Harry 1

Right, Mister Media.
Moreover, Sonny has made it clear again and again that he cannot get out–he will always be a Kingpin.
The other day I almost blew a gasket when Michael spoke glowingly of how Sonny was pardoned for murdering his father in cold blood. Then he apologized again for doing the right thing by taking Avery away from him.
We wait for Sonny to get his comeuppance for so long–we wait for justice and then we finally get it only to have it snatched away. It was nice having Michael Quartermaine back for two minutes. I miss him.

Phil
Phil

The mob will not kill GH, the writing will. The mob had deep history on GH!

Harry 1
Harry 1

Phil, GH may have a mob history, however, since Sonny started dominating GH under Bob Guza, the mob has become centric, hence, mobcentric and worse yet, Sonnycentric. And it just keeps getting worse.
Mobsters used to play the good guys and gave the good guys someone to fight.
Now we have killers such as Sonny, Julian and Ava leading the good life while the bodies of their victims grow cold in their graves.
Yes, I know I cannot look to soaps as a moral compass, however, seeing some kind of justice and vindication realized in the name of the fictional victims might give viewers some kind of satisfaction.
And herein lies the problem with GH–that appetite for satisfaction through vindication is never realized.

CeeCee
CeeCee

@Harry 1.
Dearest Harry,
I simply had to tell you what a satisfyingly, all-encompassing post you have composed. I only wish I could expound on Sonny’s delinquent brain, AND, the lack of satisfaction the viewer receive from the writers, the way you just did. It’s a great, calming feeling I get when we have a meeting of the minds, my friend. Especially with you!

Timmm
Timmm

Jason Thompson couldnt get to Genoa City fast enough!

Wil
Wil

The best couple on GH is Julian and Alexis right now. Also, I love my Sonny & Carly back together. Sonny is a veteran, as is Carly. Jason and Sam too; their chemistry is great. Brad’s Asian mob family would be a great addition. The mob is a GH staple, and has been for 30 years. GH practically invented action storylines on soaps. Long live GH organized crime!

Liam
Liam

Thank goodness TPTB are not seeing more value in Rebecca Herbst. Otherwise, how would the show be able to pay for all of these new and interesting characters??

It’s all ridiculous…

SW
SW

Preach!!

Timmm
Timmm

Liam, having Anthony Geary off the books could easily pay Rebecca’s salary. I think she is gone.

CeeCee
CeeCee

Liam, I, for one, get your sarcasm. How, indeed. Lol.

Harry 1
Harry 1

Good one, Liam. You almost had me going and then I just smiled and exhaled.

Patrick
Patrick

wel….. at least Ava is looking out for herself.. and has hinted to her brother Julian… and she mentioned to Scotty.. she’s being blackmailed… and is in a business deal she can’t get out of

… if this Dixon… is the 3rd mob man to hit it big in Port Charles

argh! to see Julian flitting to and fro… from Alexis to Crimson… and sitting with all his daughters… Sam to Kristina, to Molly to Ava to Avery to Olivia to Leo

he’s a changed man… and not all the better for it

Sonny is as regal as ever… willing his legs to fight for him… what a surprise

Dixon the man about town

kellwoohoo
kellwoohoo

Yeah, nothing against this guy but I am over the mob stuff. It is the same old, same old. And the show in general is losing my interest FAST. It is too focused on new characters and new families. I don’t care about the Hornsbys or the Jeromes. Add the West family to that as well. They could blow all three families up in a terrorist bomb story and I’d blink, well maybe flinch but that’s it. Not a tear shed though. And if the show is dumb enough to let Becky Herbst go, that’ll be the last straw for me. I only like Liz, Nik, Laura & Anna. That’s about it. Not enough to keep me watching if Liz is gone especially since Nik seems to be stuck in the same dumb story over and over again. Seriously, this show went from deathbed, to revived, to on fire, to flaming out, to nearly comatose. What a mess!

Justin
Justin

I completely agree. You summed it up nicely.

Jen
Jen

I agree. The show was going well, but suddenly the crime stuff is taking over again. I don’t care about the Hornsby’s or Jeromes or other new families. The show is called “General Hospital”, with an emphasis on Hospital. The previous core families like the Quartermaines, Cassadines, Hardy-Webbers should be focused on, not treated as side characters. The one new character I’m interested in is Griffin Munro, but that’s because he’s a doctor. I feel like when they start reverting to the crime stuff that they’re trying to be like a primetime show, but this is daytime and the focus should be different. Also, I can turn on Days or Y&R after not watching for a while and recognize most of the cast, which means veterans are being used regularly. GH is obliterating that tradition of long-standing families/characters. It’s sad.

kimberly
kimberly

i hope it’s as gritty as justified. maybe they’ll write an authentic criminal rather than underworld light. Two prime time actors should be able to create something out of nothing, hopefully.

Dan
Dan

I actually like that they’re bringing in a new villain. I love all the established long time GH villains, Helena, Jerry Jacks, Faison, and so forth, but they’re all kind of played out at this point. There’s only so many times you can go to that well. New character, new actor, hopefully some intriguing stories to play. Count me as interested.

I’m not one of the people that complains about the mob stories. Yeah, there was a time when GH was way too mob-centric. But they haven’t really done a story focusing on the mob in quite a while. It’s a part of the identity of the show. It has been for 30 years. I have absolutely no problem with it. If written well, they usually bring a lot of drama and action, and that’s what we want from our soaps.

Rose
Rose

I way prefer Raj in Big Bang Theory…to Raj the gunrunner in GH. Actually there’s no contest.

In fact the crime/mob stuff is getting to be too much on GH anyway, and has changed the spirit that many of us feel is GH. But gunrunning?…in a world and country having to deal with guns, or not, depending on you perspective.

But please not on my romance and adventure escape in the afternoon. Leave it to ABC’s Shondra-types for nightime.

And now a rape on DOOL. And I don’t want to hear about “the beginning of a beautiful friendship” for Laura and Luke. When you really look at it, it never ended happily ever after.

CeeCee
CeeCee

Ditto.

Justin
Justin

Let me guess, he’ll come on and cause trouble for saintly father of the year Scummy (oops, Sonny), then Jason and Sonny will save the day because you know, they are the ‘Good Guys’. It’ll be exciting because it’s something this show has never done.

Timmm
Timmm

I thought Dixon may have been Michael Easton. I’m glad he is not. I want Michael to be Valentin Cassadine, a mix of good and evil. Anyway, Dixon, hey as long as the dude can act, welcome! Oh, hopefully Mr. Dixon will dump Ava into the harbor! Good riddance!

CeeCee
CeeCee

That’s what I thought, as well, Timmm. And, as yourself, I’m glad Michael is not playing Dixon.
I want Michael to be the hero, defender of the innocent, destroyer of evil and protector of all that is good. Too much to hope for? LOL.

Timmm
Timmm

Thats a tall order you have there Cee. I was thinking good/evil because Michael was on the show as other types of characters and I was thinking it would be a change up for him. Bye the way, speaking of good/evil, looks like they are trying to smooth Paul’s corners a bit? I LOVED the scenes with him and Anna as he came clean.

CeeCee
CeeCee

@Timmm.
Yes, ‘they ‘ are trying to enhance Paul’s ‘goodness’. I said as much. It is so typical, such standard fare for GH to do this…..For whatever reason, TPTB changed their minds mid-way, making Paul the good guy.
Needless to say, I hope, Anna stays out of his orbit, romantically. Inasmuch as I, also, enjoyed his painfully personal tete-a-tete with her, I do not really like Paul; that’s not to say I do not admire Richard….he is a creditable thespian.

Shay
Shay

@CeeCee….I agree we are most fortunate to be welcoming Michael Easton back to Port Charles—in any way, shape or form—but if he is indeed to be the most formidable of all Cassadines, the infamous Valentin, then he shall be undeniably evil….unless there is going to be yet another case of revisionist history perpetrated by the writers. Never say never…..

Shay
Shay

I’m with you, Timmm…..I would love to see Michael Easton as Valentin….but if that is to be the case, then unfortunately, that would probably preclude him from being heroic. Sorry about that, CeeCeeGirl!

CeeCee
CeeCee

Oh, gee, Shaybelle. No worries. I do not know Valentin’s persona or personality; therefore, I cannot form an opinion. But, I do trust your judgment….I am just glad to have Michael in any shape. Later.

JANET
JANET

So he is a bad guy. Big surprise NOT ! Everyone on this show is a bad guy. Murderers calling other murderers evil. Killing characters in cold blood, This show has left us NO ONE to root for. Scummy wants to kill Avery’s mother, and uncle I read. sort of like he killed Michaels father. They are so evil, and Scummy is not ? Do TIIC really expect us to watch this poop. New guy , old guy. who cares. Someone needs to tell TIIC they have gone tooo far. I will read the blogs and see if I want to watch again.

Allen saint james
Allen saint james

Please have this dude be a part of a bigger nefarious plot by real bad guys, not mobsters. Why can’t they bring on a real villain or two who the entire cast has to join forces against? Why can’t the wsb be front and center? What are the powers that be so afraid of? A summer adventure better be on the horizon. The show is a snooze fest outside of the Tracy/ Hayden scenes.

su0000
su0000

I want the caertel, the crime lords to come into action..
but-
after witnessing hoe J&S wrote Anna as being as dumb as dirt, they can wtite hard drama..

Poor Anna.. use to be a brilliant involved with spies and the WSB, very intelligent, a herion, a very apt woman, in controll..
When she took the call from Mac… walked away without out offing the call/keeping it on her screen was stupid for an experienced woman she is… then she throws her game at Paul, telling him ”I know you killed Sloan etc, just giving it all up to him then the silliest thing she could ever say ”’so, are going to kill me now” to Paul..

J&S I put a curse on you BWA! that was more than terrible…
They are not the correct writers for GH, thay can not write on the edge intriguing drama, it’s not how they write… and That is what will kill GH ..

Harry 1
Harry 1

I do agree, Suoo. I hate that they are now writing Anna as being stupid and gullible.
Not my Anna!

Sara Skywalker
Sara Skywalker

As a long time viewer of GH I am finding it more and more difficult to watch the show. Sonny is not sympathetic. The mob stories have ruined General HOSPITAL!!! I fear it will be canceled soon. It is boring with many unlikable characters. Jason and Sam have ZERO chemistry. Sam is on way too much as is Sonny. Sonny and Carly reuniting was a huge mistake. Carly was so much better without him. They have no chemistry!! Numerous cast members we go weeks without seeing and storylines are dropped out of nowhere. It’s a hot mess.

Patricia Nolan-Hall (Caftan Woman)
Patricia Nolan-Hall (Caftan Woman)

Another Canuck on the show! Hooray!

Shay
Shay

Oh, joy….another newbie.

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
Jimh(leave it to beaver)

What is bugging me now is they will probably reveal Hayden as Paul’s daughter and yet Dr. Mutter never revealed who Nathan’s father is…a plotline totally forgotten like Laura’s letter from Luke…and if they don’t show Liesel soon i’m going to need to go into counseling…lol

Shay
Shay

@jimh…..I’m still hoping against hope that Hayden is actually a product of Paul’s loins….that idea simply doesn’t work for me. Besides, I have yet to hear a plausible reason for the name of the dude she ran into in Vegas, one Baxter Corbin….you know, like “Mike Corbin?” Coincidence? I should think not….of all surnames to select for this (un)important(?) character, why, oh why, would it be the same as Sonny’s bio-daddy???? Just seemed a strange notion if there were truly no link there….unless the lady writers are taking a page out of Ron C’s mind-twisting red herring clue-droppers that mostly never led anywhere! As if we need any further dead-end stories….I’m with you, jimh….still waiting for the contents of Luke’s letter to be revealed and discovering what man of mystery actually spawned Mutter’s boy, Nathan!

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
Jimh(leave it to beaver)

I did not pay attention to the man’s name…been a little ill so sometimes i miss things…i just hope she isnt related to Sonny-his Sister?…we need another Corinthos as much as i need another kidney stone…lol…i miss Britt.

Shay
Shay

Awww…so sorry to hear that, jimh! Do feel better soon. Yes, my first thought upon that particular name-drop was, oh no, not another gawd-awful connection to the already far too Sonny-centric world of Port Charles, but it does seem a curious choice, doesn’t it? As for Britt, I miss her, too. She and her “mutter” were the best remaining remnants of the Ron C regime, and substituting Hayden for the wildly wicked Dr. Westbourne in Nik’s bed and affections is but a pale imitation of the original’s chemistry with the Cassadine heir.

HeatherCaskey
HeatherCaskey

Did I miss something? I thought that Michael Easton, who left the show was going to be Dixon. Is Michael Easton not coming back to GH?

Debbie Hamilton
Debbie Hamilton

Well, here we go with another Mob guy. Like we need another… not! Then there’s Olivia her physic visions starting up again.Right on Juliun & Alexis Wedding.
I’m wondering if He gets killed, hope not. This is Friday so its going to be a big blow up to hold us till Monday.Michael Easton coming back. Hoorey but why kill him off to begin with.Thats a soap: Kill them off and bring them back. LOL

su0000
su0000

hi Debbie Hamilton..
you said ”Well, here we go with another Mob guy. Like we need another”
Gh has a cast of 37? and there are now;
Sonny
Paul
Raj rarely seen
and now pass-through Dixion..
4 out of 37… 4 is not even enough to qualify as a mob ……………. lol

HeatherCaskey
HeatherCaskey

I have to say this folks, but I think Gru on Despicable Me would be a better villain than all these new characters on GH. I loved that movie. Let’s bring some minions to Sonny, it would make the fans laugh! Just an off the wall idea folks.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Lucas Gives Wiley To Michael; While Willow Learns the Devastating Truth

Friday’s episode of General Hospital, brought the highly-emotional moments viewers had been waiting for all-week long; following the year and a half reveal that Nelle (Chloe Lanier) and Brad (Parry Shen) engineered a baby switch with Willow’s (Katelyn MacMullen) dead baby, Wiley being passed off as Michael (Chad Duell) and Nelle’s newborn, Jonah, and Jonah being raised by Brad and Lucas (Ryan Carnes) as Wiley.  Now with the truth out, it was time for two of the heaviest beats of the story to be played out.

When Willow comes to at the hospital with Chase (Josh Swickard) by her side, needless to say she is dazed and freaking out that Nelle took Wiley.  Chase tells her he has some things to tell her and it’s not going to be easy to hear. Willow braces herself and then Chase tells her the story of the baby switch and how her baby died a SIDS death while at Brad and Lucas’ and then how the babies were switched.

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In a heartbreaking and powerful performance from Katelyn MacMullen (yes, she is our pick for “Power Performance of the Week”), Willow struggles to come to grips with the truth and starts to realize all of Brad’s machinations, as she thinks back to herself how could she do that to her son … to trust him with Brad, only to have the little infant die.  The devastation played by MacMullen, whose Willow, now must realize her baby never lived the full and happy young life she thought, was gut-wrenching.

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Meanwhile, in yet another top-notch performance, William deVry (Julian) showed the pain and the need to unburden himself as Julian talks to his sister. Ava (Maura West) and spills what happened.   He goes so far to admit to Ava that he knew what Brad had done. Ava cannot believe he did not go to Sonny (Maurice Benard) right away with this Intel, but Julian just could not do this to his son, Lucas and rip the baby from his arms.  Julian says he will face-off with Sonny and not leave town, if it comes to that.   Ava says they have to come up with a way to silence Brad … before Brad gives up Julian’s part in the whole baby cover-up.

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And in yet another masterful performance, we have to give it up to Chloe Lanier.  Who can play Nelle and spin stories and the tears so well, that if you did not know this pathological liar you would think she is telling the truth. When in opposing holding cells at the PCPD, Nelle lays it on about Brad so that the guard can hear them. She blames Brad for being the instigator in the baby switch and taking advantage of her – a distraught new mother, confused and dazed on the route where the baby switch happened.  It works! Brad is moved to a different cell and thinks look very grim for him.  Nelle smiles through her crocodile tears!

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Then, in what we all knew had to happen, and even so, was still as heartbreaking as ever; Lucas spends his final moments with Wiley as his father in the kitchen at the Corinthos’ along with Bobbie (Jackie Zeman) and Carly (Laura Wright).  Lucas starts to tell his mother and sister, all the things Wiley needs and likes, such as having a story read to him.  All of this brings the tears as they know Lucas has to give the child back to Michael; who has been robbed of a year and half as the baby’s rightful father.

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Michael tells Lucas they will work this out, so Lucas remains a constant in Wiley’s life. He also tells Sonny and Sasha (Sofia Matteson) he feels so badly for Lucas, but they tell him to be happy for this chance to have the son he grieved for.   In the end, a tear-filled Lucas hands Wiley to Michael as everyone watches on in sadness for one father … and joy for the other.  Ryan Carnes was poignant in the scenes; as was Chad Duell.

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So, what did you think of the performances from Friday’s GH featuring Katelyn, Ryan, Chad, William, Chloe and Parry? Comment below.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Michael Blasts Brad As The Truth About Wiley Comes Out

FINALLY! On Wednesday’s episode of General Hospital, Lucas (Ryan Carnes) memory is jogged just enough that he clearly remembers Brad’s (Parry Shen) shocking words before their car crash; where Brad confessed that Wiley was Nelle (Chloe Lanier) and Michael’s (Chad Duell) biological son.

At the Corinthos home, Lucas stands up and announces to Michael that Wiley is actually his believed to be dead son, Jonah. Carly’s (Laura Wright) mouth drops and then she takes over getting to the root of the truth of the baby switch.

Brad is cornered and left with no choice but to fess up. He explains how Wiley died when he was no longer breathing, and how he was driving with him, when he ended up on the route where Nelle left Michael to die in the car he was driving (Michael recalls this bit of Intel in a flashback).

Then, Brad explains how Nelle appeared with her newborn baby and claimed the whole thing was engineered by Nelle …  and how he was so upset and panicked, that he went along with her plan.

Michael lets Brad have it for all of his lies and machinations, and the pain it has inflicted on so many people for over a year and half.  How on earth could he do that? Carly also lays into him.

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Meanwhile, Sasha (Sofia Matteson) has urgently called Chase (Josh Swickard), who leaves “Wiley” and Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) behind, and heads to the Corinthos’ where he hears the whole sad truth about the baby switch.

With Chase gone, Nelle goes looking for “Wiley” who is with Willow, and the two get into a major throwdown catfight.  Nelle comes out the victor and goes to get her baby ready to leave town with her son.

So, what did you think of how the truth finally came out?  What did you think of Michael’s tirade on Brad? What do you think will happen next? Comment below.

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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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