Laura and Kevin just kinda-sorta reunited on General Hospital. They’re still dealing from the fallout from Kevin (Jon Lindstrom) lying about his twin brother, Ryan, being alive — and Ryan taking advantage of that to take over Kevin’s life, divorce Laura (Genie Francis) – and kill several people.
Do they really need a third party thrown into the mix?
On the other hand, Ava (Maura West) is still dealing from the fallout from sleeping with Kevin…who turned out to be Ryan… who turned out to the be the one who killed her daughter, Kiki (Hayley Erin). Does she need to be a third party?
Don’t ask the show, ask the fans! Here’s what almost 10,000 said:
Stay In Your Corners
No, 89% of the audience shouts! That’s a very, very bad idea. Kevin and Laura have plenty of problems to work through.
She has every right to be angry about his lies, he has every right to be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and they have every right to try and find their way back to each other…without Ava fluttering around the outskirts.
Ava doesn’t deserve a great guy like Kevin. She may not have been to blame for the killing spree fiasco, but she’s to blame for a whole bunch of other things. Ryan was a fitting punishment. Kevin is not a justified reward.
Laura has every reason not to forgive Kevin, Kevin has every reason not to forgive himself, and Ava has every reason to want something good to happen in her life, according to a smaller 10% of you.
Ava lost her daughter, Ava lost a man she thought finally loved her for herself. Kevin kind of looks like that guy. Hey, Kevin is the guy Ava thought Ryan was. It’s only right that they hook up in their guilt.
General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.