Carly Corinthos has known Jason Morgan longer than many of the other General Hospital women in his life, which is why she expects to take center stage for any and all mourning of his latest death. But then there’s Britt Westbourne.
A General Hospital Bonding Experience
Britt (Kelly Thiebaud) was Jason’s (Steve Burton) latest love interest – pre his wedding of necessity to Carly (Laura Wright) – and she’s missing him too. Will this be enough to bond the two women? What almost 2,000 viewers expect to see happen:
Something To Cry About
Both women suffered a loss, which is why 72% of the audience assumes they’ll put aside their past differences and come together in supportive sisterhood. Who else, but each other, would understand their pain so well?
Take Turns on General Hospital
Sure, they’ll sob on each other’s shoulders, 21% of you agree, but, once they pull themselves together, they’ll go back to sniping. And that’s just the way you like it. A sincere Carly is a boring Carly. And a well-behaved Britt is…not what you visit Port Charles for.
Not My Jam
Carly will never be able to handle the idea that Jason might have looked – much less touched – a woman other than her. Why do you think she gets so upset about Jake? He’s proof Jason and Elizabeth Webber Baldwin (Rebecca Herbst) had sex.
The only way Carly is able to tolerate Danny is because she gave Jason and Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) her permission to reproduce. Britt is just a reminder that Jason had outside interests, 6% note, and that’s not how Carly rolls.
General Hospital Newer Is Better
Less than 1% are of the opinion that Britt will be the one unable to handle sharing her grief with Carly. Carly had Jason for decades, Britt didn’t even have him a year. The comparison will be too painful, and you expect Britt to withdraw.
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