Just in case General Hospital wasn’t confusing enough these days, let’s recap: Drew (Billy Miller) is presumed dead, but the memories he’d lost have been downloaded into Franco (Roger Howarth).
Now Franco thinks he’s Drew. But, in reality, he’s Bobby, Drew’s adopted brother from before Betsy sent Drew away. Now Franco remembers Andrew, so wouldn’t Andrew remember Franco, AKA Bobby? Should someone clue him in? What over 4,000 fans have to say:
General Hospital Poll Results: End This Story
Oh, give us a break, do it already, 75% of you beg. This story is so far-fetched and not mentioning this to Dranco at the get-go makes no sense. First, there’s how Bobby and Andrew came to live together. We had to accept that Susan gave birth to twins… but didn’t know about it, and Alan (Stuart Damon) kept Jason (Steve Burton), while Drew was given away.
Then we had to accept that Heather (Robin Mattson) gave birth to Scott’s (Kin Shriner) son… years before they met. And then after first drugging then trying to kill her first child’s adoptive mother, Heather gave away her second son without a second thought.
But, we now have to accept that nobody has thought of telling any of this to Dranco about the body he inhabits. Maybe telling him he’s the little boy Drew might recall from before he was shipped to an orphanage might make him a little attached to Bobby, the man whose life he doesn’t want to give a chance to come back. Okey-dokey.
It’s about time someone please fill Franco in about all this so that his Drew brain explodes, his Franco brain returns, and the entire story comes to an end — fast?
Why bother telling him, 25% of the General Hospital fans sigh, it won’t change anything. The Powers That Be seem resolved to tell this story, and Monica (Leslie Charleson) seems equally resolved to accept Franco as a substitute for Drew who was a substitute for Jason.
Liz (Rebecca Herbst) hasn’t been able to get through to Franco in any other way, so this is equally unlikely to have any effect. And Kim (Tamara Braun) isn’t exactly living, in reality, these days. Let’s think of something else. General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.