General Hospital spoilers reveal it’s going to be hard to get Franco back now that the judge is about to make a decision that will leave Dranco on his own to make his own choices.
General Hospital Spoilers: The Truth Is Out There
He still held the idea that Kim (Tamara Braun) is the woman he knew all those years ago in California and not the woman who would try to sexually assault that other version of him, the one with Drew Cain’s (Billy Miller) DNA. He is free to be with her now, but will he want to be? Also, will Kim let him go is he decides otherwise?
However, there is one thing Soap Hub thinks can make Dranco come to a decision that will bring Franco (Roger Howarth) back because he does have Drew’s memories after all, even his earliest ones. If Franco could remember Andrew, then why would we think that Andrew wouldn’t remember Bobby, aka Franco?
That’s something we’ve been scratching our heads about since this story began. Drew and Franco spent their first several years together and formed a bond.
Not His Life
But, in reality (or soap reality), Franco is Bobby Frank, the boy Drew spent his first few years with, and also his cousin. Franco’s birth mom is Heather Webber (Robin Mattson) and Drew’s birth mom is Susan Moore (Gail Ramsey), Heather’s cousin.
General Hospital Spoilers: Childhood Memories
Knowing Franco Baldwin is someone Drew Cain has a connection to might make Dranco reconsider “killing” Franco forever.
We think this will finally dawn on Elizabeth in a last-ditch attempt to save her husband and bring him back, just like he promised Cameron (Will Lipton).
Dranco knows something is not right about being in a body he doesn’t recognize, he seems to be fighting a connection to Liz and her boys, but can he fight this very real connection to Drew, a boy he loved as a boy and is now presumably dead?
This could be the one piece of information that solves everything — that is if Kim doesn’t fall further into delusion and do something more crazy and deranged than ever…General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.