Sasha Gilmore Corbin wasn’t happy to be put under her husband, Brando Corbin’s, guardianship after her drug-fueled breakdown. But now that he’s dead, who should be charged with keeping an eye on her…to make sure she doesn’t hurt herself or others?
Sasha Gilmore Corbin: Fake Mom
When Sasha (Sofia Mattsson) first arrived in Port Charles, she’d been hired by Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) to pretend to be Nina Reeves’s (Cynthia Watros) long-lost daughter. Valentin just wanted his then-wife to be happy!
Nina was furious when she found out about the deception (ha, see what we did there?), but, in the years since, she and Sasha have, nonetheless, formed a bond, especially over the pain of losing a child, the way Nina lost Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier), and Sasha lost newborn Liam. This is why 44% of the audience thinks Nina is the logical person to step into Brando’s (Johnny Wactor) place and help Sasha heal.
Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) is Brando’s cousin, and, more importantly, all decisions in Port Charles must go through him. Which is why 38% of you can’t imagine how anyone other than Sonny could be considered as Sasha’s new guardian. Sonny is used to taking on people whom he has no right to. He started with Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) back in the day and has only gotten more aggressive about his collection since. Sasha will fit right in!
Shasha Legal and Lawful
Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs) is already Sasha’s mother-in-law, 18% of fans point out. She might as well be Sasha’s mother IN LAW. I.e., she should take over what Brando started. Her son is dead. Sasha is the only thing she has left of him. Gladys might as well be Sasha’s new mom. They’ve both lost. They’re both suffering. They might as well do it together.
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