Once upon a time, General Hospital used to be chock-full of Webbers. There was Rick Webber, his wife, Lesley Webber, their daughter, Laura Webber. And then there was Rick’s brother, Jeff Webber, and his ex-wife, Heather Webber.
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For the last few decades, though, most of the heavy Webber lifting has been done by Jeff’s daughter, Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst). And her son, Cameron Webber. Does that family need to up their presence in Port Charles? And are Jeff (William Moses) and his wife, Carolyn (Denise Crosby), the folks to do it?
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God no, 52% of you cringe. We felt sorry for Elizabeth back when we thought her parents all but abandoned her for a quarter of a century. But now that we’ve met Jeff and Carolyn, we realize Liz is much better off without them.
Carolyn and Jeff Webber: Let Me Entertain You
Elizabeth might hate it, 37% of the audience shrugs, but we’d find it entertaining. And, really, who is more critical here, her or us? Jeff and Carolyn were terrible parents. But maybe there is more to the story. Maybe we’ll get to find out why. Or maybe we’ll find out more horrible things they’ve done. Either way, this is a story that deserves more acts. And more actors.
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An adorable 11% of fans think Jeff and Carolyn should make Port Charles their home…in order to become better parents to Elizabeth and grandparents to her boys. These are people who stayed out of town when their daughter was raped, when the love of her life was presumed dead, when her child “died,” when her child came back to life, when she had another child, and when yet another husband died. That track record isn’t exactly something you can make up for with a big, happy family Thanksgiving.
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