They’ve had all they can take, and they can’t take anymore! General Hospital watchers have been patient for as long as they can, but some stories are just working their last nerves, and they need them to end now! Which tales have worn out their welcome with the majority? Here’s what over 6,000 had to say.
It’s a Bomb!
Morgan (Bryan Craig) is dead (well, for the moment; soaps, you know). But the story of his death just keeps going and going with no end in sight. Who put a bomb in the car that (allegedly) blew Morgan to bits?
First, it was Sonny (Maurice Benard), which made sense since he was trying to get rid of mob rival Julian (how was he to know his stupid son would steal Julian’s car and go boom in his place?).
Then it was Julian (William deVry), himself, which made less sense. Something about him wanting to make it look like he was being targeted. And now it’s Olivia (Tonja Walker) because… reasons.
Except it looks like those reasons aren’t quite enough, as 48% of you don’t even care anymore — you just want the lame mystery to be over.
Torn Between Two Lovers
First, Jordan (Vinessa Antoine) is with Andre. Nice, upstanding doctor Andre (Anthony Montgomery). Then she’s kissing Curtis. Bad boy, ex-brother-in-law Curtis (Donnell Turner).
Problem is, 25% of you don’t care either way. That’s three sexy people… trapped in one very unsexy story.
Bottom of the Bottle
Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) is dealing with her as-always hot mess personal life by hitting the bottle, and 20% of you have gathered to confess, “Hi, my name is GH Fan… and I could not care less that Alexis is an alcoholic.”
Maybe because you already watched Grahn play this Emmy-bait storyline on Santa Barbara with Julia’s husband, Mason, over 20 years ago?
But, wait, there’s more! For 6% of viewers, all three storylines are awful. Oh, and they hate Nelle (Chloe Lanier), too.
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