General Hospital spoilers for Thursday, December 19, 2019, reveal a dramatic confrontation at Wyndemere full of tears and confessions.
General Hospital Spoilers Highlights
After all that happened with Charlotte (Scarlett Fernandez), Ava (Maura West), the pyrotechnic painting, and her ongoing charade of loving Valentin (James Patrick Stuart), Nina (Cynthia Watros) was on edge and just had to know the truth. With Aunt Liesl at home, Nina just asked her.
Curtis (Donell Turner) had planted the idea in her head that someone with lab access helped Valentin fake Sasha’s (Sofia Mattsson) original DNA test and Nina was sure it was Liesl, but the not-so-good doctor told her no, she was not involved. However, she does know how Valentin got a mother-daughter sample to test.
Liesl (Kathleen Gati) relays the tale of attending Madeline’s funeral dressed as a homeless woman because she was on the run at the time. After everyone left, she saw Valentin sneak into the church and swab a sample of the dead woman’s DNA. Since he clearly had access to items with Nina’s DNA on it, he was able to give the lab a mother-daughter match.
Nina is devastated her aunt would betray her that way as Liesl said she only suspected Sasha wasn’t her daughter when first introduced to her but didn’t know for sure until she confronted Valentin about it.
She doesn’t mention blackmailing Valentin to get her out of jail and then get Peter to give her a job at The Invader cause some things shall always remain secret we guess.
A New Nina Plot?
When Nina asks her if she loves her why would she keep such a secret from her for so long, Liesl can barely answer but the look on her face says it all. She wanted Nina to be happy with a daughter, even if that daughter wasn’t real.
Strangely, when Liesl and Valentin both turn in for the night, Nina goes into a lockbox and takes out a small plastic baggie with what looks like a lock of her hair. Is she ready to do another DNA test — and on whom? General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.