When Sonny Corinthos returned from the dead on General Hospital, it never crossed Carly Corinthos’s mind that her husband hadn’t spent the nine months they were apart desperately pining for the love he left behind…even when he couldn’t remember her. Learning that Nina Reeves knew where the dapper don was all that time…but didn’t tell Carly about it was more than the almost-widow could bear.
General Hospital Polling
She applauded Michael Corinthos Quartermaine (Chad Duell) taking Nina (Cynthia Watros) to court…only to learn that Sonny (Maurice Benard) had fallen in love with the not-yet-convicted criminal – and had no interest in coming home to Port Charles. Will this be the blow that finally breaks up this star-crossed couple for good? What over 3,000 viewers expect:
GH: On a Break
They’ll probably split up over this, 56% of the audience shrugs, but, sooner rather than later, they’ll get back together again. This is what they do. Over and over again. Move along, nothing new to see here. Start counting down until their next wedding day…and the shooting that will likely come with it.
General Hospital: Easy Does It
This is nothing, 31% of you dismiss. Sonny and Carly (Laura Wright) have been through so, so much worse. Nina is no threat to their marriage. If Carly and Sonny could survive his undying love for Brenda Barrett (Vanessa Marcil), and Carly’s undying love for Jason Morgan (Steve Burton), this woman will barely be a blip on their happily ever after radar.
GH: What She Lost
On the other hand, 12% of viewers predict Carly will go mental over this. She gave up her first chance in over 20 years to get Jason back because she thought her husband loved and wanted her! And now she finds out it was all for nothing? She was the second choice? Carly is no man’s second choice! It’s over for good!
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