Was General Hospital’s Brook Lynn Quartermaine thinking of an exit strategy when she passed off Maxie Jones and Peter August’s baby as her own – and Valentin Cassadine’s? Because it certainly isn’t feeling like it.
General Hospital: The Right Time For Truth
She got the ELQ shares she wanted from Valentin (James Patrick Stuart), and she got attached to little Bailey…and let Valentin get attached, too. How did she think this story was going to end? She must have known she’d have to tell Valentin the truth eventually, right? Is now the time? What over 5,000 viewers would like to see happen:
Think Of the Children
A winning 90% of the audience thinks it’s way past time for Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) to come clean with Valentin. Not only because it’s, you know, the right thing to do, but because this baddest of all the bad Cassadines will do anything he can to protect the baby girl he’s grown to love from her biological father, Peter (Wes Ramsey), a man Valentin is very comfortable hating. He’ll protect Bailey/Louise because he loves her. And also because it will make Peter sad. And Valentin likes it when Peter is sad.
General Hospital: Two Can Keep a Secret If One Of Them Is Dead
Bad idea, 9% of you counter. The more people who know about Bailey’s true identity as Louise Jones, the more likely it is for that secret to get out. Valentin may want to protect her, but he’s also a loose cannon. He doesn’t make the greatest decisions. ‘Bailey’ is better off without him.
None Of Your Business
Literally, only 1% of fans believe that Brook Lynn is in the right, here. Valentin screwed her over multiple times, which means she has carte blanche to do whatever she wants to him. All is fair in love. And war. And spite. Brook Lynn is operating on all three. So keep doing what you’re doing.
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