When Maxie Jones and Brook Lynn Quartermaine cooked up their plan to pass Louise off as Bailey on General Hospital, they swore to never tell another soul about what they had done. The reason was supposedly in order to protect BaiLou. The two women clung to their plan even as more and more people figured out their secret, which meant that Peter August, the man they were ostensibly protecting the baby from, would inevitably put the pieces together, too.
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And now Peter (Wes Ramsey) has. And now the little girl is in real danger. Whom should Maxie (Kirsten Storms) and Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) have confided in, in the first place, to have prevented this from happening? What almost 7,000 passionate fans told us:
Brook Lynn originally told Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) that he was Bailey’s father, and Valentin grew to love the baby before having his heart broken. If they’d told Valentin that Peter was after her, he’d have used his influence to keep the tot safe, 57% of you insist.
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Anna Devane (Finola Hughes), at one point, believed she was Louise’s grandmother, and she’s still her great aunt. Now that Anna knows how dangerous her nephew is, she’d have moved heaven and Earth to protect the baby, 20% of the audience adds.
Mac Scorpio (John J. York) is Louise’s grandfather and the chief of police. Maybe if Maxie had filled him in earlier, this wouldn’t have ended with Mac getting shot…and Peter getting away anyway, 14% advise.
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A much smaller 5% of voters expected Louise’s grandma, Felicia Scorpio (Kristina Wagner), to be of any use in the crises. But it was worth giving it a shot.
Remember Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna), 4% prompt. He’s, you know, a cop. He could have protected Louise and her mother. Because it’s his job.
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