On General Hospital, Nina Reeves never got the chance to know or even see her daughter. The baby was taken away while Nina was still in a coma and, when she finally woke up 20 years later, was told that her baby had died. Nina tried desperately to find her and was even tricked into believing Sasha Gilmore was that child…for a while.
General Hospital Polling
By the time Nina learned that it was actually Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier) who was her long-lost baby, Nelle was dead, leaving only her little boy, Wiley Corinthos, behind. Since she will never get to spend time with her daughter now, Nina is desperate to spend time with Wiley. Does she have that right? What almost 4,000 voters advised us:
GH: Parental Rights
Since the pandemic, parents all across America are rising up in unprecedented numbers to challenge what their children are being taught in schools and demanding that their wishes be listened to.
If parents’ rights should take precedent over anyone else, then that must include grandparents’ rights. If Wiley’s dad and adoptive mom don’t want Nina (Cynthia Watros) around their son, then that’s how it has to be, 41% point out.
General Hospital: Bad Grandma
Nina is a crazy person, 31% of the audience remind. She has kidnapped a child — Avery Corinthos — in the past. So is it any surprise Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) and Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) are loathe to let their little boy anywhere near her — blood relative or not?
GH: Family Circle
Have Michael and Willow looked around their own family circle, 28% wonder? His entire family is in the mob. Hers dragged Willow into a cult — and now it looks like Willow herself was kidnapped (well, we know it was from Nina, but she doesn’t yet). The point is, there isn’t a sane relative in their entire dysfunctional bunch, so singling Nina out for ostracism seems a wee bit hypocritical.
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