General Hospital viewers figured Cody Bell had an agenda when he dropped into Port Charles…literally. In between irritating Britt Westbourne and having long, meaningful conversations with the horse he lives with, Cody found time to scream at Scott Baldwin.
General Hospital Polling
How dare Scott (Kin Shriner) not know that his late wife, Dominique Stanton Baldwin (Shell Danielson), had a child she never told him about? How dare he not go looking for said unknown child, and, most importantly, how dare Scott’s daughter, Serena Baldwin, not save some of her trust-fund money to share with the brother nobody knew about? But if Dominique is Cody’s (Josh Kelly), mother, then who is his father? Could it be Mac Scorpio (John J. York)?
About GH Time
Mac raised half of Port Charles — well, OK, Robin Scorpio (Kimberly McCullough), Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms), and the late Georgie Jones (Lindze Letherman)…and all the losers they dragged home — and it’s about time he got a biological child of his own, 55% insist. We’re not thrilled that it’s Cody, but we’re so happy for Mac that we’ll take what we can get.
General Hospital Overrun
Enough with grown kids popping up all over the place, 30% of the fans are displeased. We’ve got Esme Prince (Avery Kristen Pohl) and whatever her relationship is with Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom), we’ve got Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) keeping the secret about Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) being Nina Reeves’s (Cynthia Watros) biological child, and then there’s the mystery of Trina Robinson’s (Tabyana Ali) paternity. We don’t need Cody added to the list.
Do Better GH
Mac deserves a better kid than Cody, 15% insist. We’d love to see him be a dad to a kid he fathered and didn’t raise instead of the other way around, but Cody is nothing to boast about. Let’s wait and see if a better option comes up.
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