The GH spoilers recap for Wednesday, February 16, 2022, features Carly Corinthos echoing Taylor Swift. She and Sonny Corinthos are never, ever, ever getting back together. Like, ever.
GH Spoilers Recap Highlights
Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) is a sensitive girl — when it suits her — and she can tell that something is very, very wrong with her mother. But Carly doesn’t want to burden her daughter with little things like the truth. However, were Josslyn to pry out of Carly that Sonny (Maurice Benard) slept with Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros), that would be a different story.
So, pry Josslyn did, and judge Sonny she did do. How dare he treat Carly so shabbily. She hates him now. Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) wouldn’t ever have done this. No sir, not Jason. Sonny is the worst. Michael Corinthos Quartermaine (Chad Duell) also read his father the riot act for his treatment of his mother. Carly concurs; hence, her decision to contact a divorce lawyer. Sonny tried to sweet-talk Carly out of her mood, but she wasn’t having it.
General Hospital Recap: The Truth Shall Out
Harmony’s (Inga Cadranel) big secret? Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) isn’t biologically hers. Willow was actually birthed by a woman named Joan, who coincidentally disappeared one day and left childless Harmony with a child to raise. The Lord’s work or shenanigans? You decide.
GH Spoilers Recap: Musical Chairs
It was Louise’s homecoming day, but Mac Scorpio (John J. York) and Felicia Scorpio (Kristina Wagner) were ill-equipped to raise the fussy babe. So, back to mommy Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Amanda Setton), Louise was handed. But don’t worry, Grandma Felicia, you’ll be welcome any time you want to come visit. But a phone call beforehand would be nice. Brook Lynn and Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) are this close to finally making the move from friends to lovers.
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