On General Hospital, you’d think Willow would have her hands full just dealing with crazy Nina’s defense of her precious Charlotte when it comes to Aiden being bullied. But that’s only a minor inconvenience compared to the real tragedy in her life.
Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) thinks she’s the biological mother of Wiley, the baby Lucas (Ryan Carnes) and Brad (Parry Shen) adopted, and Julian (William deVry) strong-armed Willow into letting them keep.
Of course, we know that Wiley is really Jonah, the baby Nelle (Chloe Lanier) told Michael (Chad Duell), and switched with the truly dead Wiley.
Do fans feel sorry for Willow, trapped in this mess? What over 9000 had to say about the story:
Yes, we do, 58% empathize. As far as Willow knows, her son is being raised by a couple right under her nose – and Michael, who she’s growing close to, is his godfather.
As part of her deal with Julian to let Lucas and Brad keep Wiley, Willow also told Julian to keep his distance from the baby. Julian is a dangerous ex-mobster, after all. However, Sonny (Maurice Benard) hanging around the tot is totes cool.
Willow is starting to think she made a mistake. Will she do something about it? And will that make the truth come out, once and for all?
And let’s not forget about Willow’s real baby. He died. The child she loved so much for nine months and wasn’t even sure she wanted to give up died at just a few hours old. How sad is THAT?
Willow, who, 42% of you double-check. Oh, you mean Charlotte (Scarlett Fernandez) and Aiden’s teacher? Are we supposed to care about her?
She’s barely been on the canvas, her main story is looking sad, and we’re supposed to put her happiness over Lucas, Brad, and Michael, who we actually know and are invested in.
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And there’s the 1% who think Willow is ‘boring’ and ‘creepy’ and could have kept her baby. The decision was hers.
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