Sasha Gilmore Corbin is headed for a complete breakdown on General Hospital, on top of her drug addiction. We don’t blame her. Losing her newborn, and at Christmastime no less, would have driven anyone to the edge.
General Hospital Polling
And we believe that her new husband Brando Corbin is truly concerned for her. He loves her, and he lost his son, too. But is he right in having his bride watched?
GH: Need To Know
Brando (Johnny Wactor) can’t be there for Sasha (Sofia Mattsson) every minute, 58% of you point out, but Sasha definitely needs supervision. Which is why Brando is completely in the right to hire back up. He is only doing what any caring husband would do. Especially now that Brando is working for Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard), and that man knows what it means to take care of his family. Even if it means stalking them!
General Hospital: Safe at Home
A smaller 33% of the General Hospital audience will only sign off on Brando’s actions if they turn out to be correct in the end, and save Sasha from destroying herself. Which is kind of an interesting position. It suggests that there is nothing fundamentally right or wrong about any action, only the results matter. So good intentions don’t matter. Neither do bad ones. It’s a very nihilistic way to look at the world. Who knew GH was so philosophical?
He’s gone too far, a minority 9% of fans chastise. He can care about Sasha and he can want to help her. But he doesn’t have the right to shadow her every move – or hire strangers to do it, either. It’s a terrible breach of privacy, and Sasha will only become more paranoid if she spots her tail. Not to mention never forgive Brando for treating her this way. This is the beginning of the end for this couple!
General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes. For more about what’s coming up in Port Charles, check out all the latest that’s been posted on GH spoilers, and for an in-depth look at the show’s history, click here.
For more about what’s happening on your favorite soaps, join the conversation over on our Facebook Page, check out our Twitter feed, or look for an update on our Instagram stories. See you over there!