Harmony Miller thought her life was finally settling down on General Hospital. She was out of prison, her daughter, Willow Tait was talking to her again. No one had any idea she’d been the one to inject Neil Byrne with heroin and leave him dead in Alexis Davis’s bed…especially not her new gal pal, Alexis.
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But then Neil’s brother, Brendan, popped up, threatening to spill the beans about Willow Tait’s (Katelyn MacMullen) true parentage. Harmony (Inga Cadranel) tried to pay him off. But when he figured out that she’d also killed Neil, Brendan Byrne (Josh Coxx) needed to be taken care of. And off the cliff, he went. But it was a total accident! Should Harmony come clean to Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) about her little whoopsie? Here’s what you had to say about that:
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It was almost a tie, but 35% of the audience persevered to shout, “NO!” Harmony’s way. You know how Alexis is. She’s allowed to commit crimes. Her daughters are allowed to commit crimes. Her daughters’ mobster fathers are allowed to commit crimes. But anybody else… and Alexis suddenly remembers that she’s a (now disbarred) officer of the court. She is obligated to turn Harmony in!
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Then again, an almost identical 34% trust Alexis to help her friend… as long as Harmony leaves out the part about killing Neil. It’s not too important a part of the story. Focus on how much you love your daughter, and how you’d do anything to keep her. Alexis might be more sympathetic to that bit.
Finally, 31% General Hospital fans have even more faith in Alexis, and believe she’ll protect Harmony. After all, she didn’t mean to kill Brendan. It was an accident. You know, like when Alexis almost killed Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zaparonga) while aiming for Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth). These things happen in Port Charles. A lot.
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